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TELUS CUP : WESTERN CANADA CHAMPS

April 29th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
TELUS CUP : WESTERN CANADA CHAMPS
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Follow the 2018 TELUS Cup, Canada’s National Midget Hockey Championship, hosted by the SudburyNickel Capital Wolves in Sudbury, Ontario. Get all the news, highlights and scores here from Hockey Canada.

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2018 Telus Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2018 Telus Cup
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Tournament details
Dates April 23 – 29, 2018
Teams 6
Venue(s) Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, ON
MVP Alberta Ronan Seeley
2017
2019

The 2018 Telus Cup will be Canada’s 40th annual national midget ‘AAA’ hockey championship, to be contested April 23 – 29, 2018 at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ontario. Sudbury previously hosted the event in 1998.[1][2]

Teams

Result Team Region City
Saskatchewan Notre Dame Hounds West Wilcox, SK
Quebec Cantonniers de Magog Quebec Magog, QC
3 Alberta Lethbridge Hurricanes Pacific Lethbridge, AB
4 Ontario Toronto Young Nationals Central Toronto, ON
5 New Brunswick Moncton Flyers Atlantic Moncton, NB
6 Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves Host Sudbury, ON

Round robin

Standings
Rank Team W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Saskatchewan Notre Dame Hounds 5-0-0 20 7 10
2 Alberta Lethbridge Hurricanes 3-1-1 13 9 7
3 Quebec Cantonniers De Magog 2-2-1 18 16 5
4 Ontario Toronto Young Nationals 1-2-2 15 16 4
5 New Brunswick Moncton Flyers 1-4-0 8 17 2
6 Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves 0-3-2 6 15 2

Tiebreaker: Head-to-head record, most wins, highest goal differential.

Schedule & Results
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes Date
1 Moncton 1 Magog 4 Final April 23
2 Toronto 3 Notre Dame 5 Final April 23
3 Sudbury 1 Lethbridge 2 Final April 23
4 Toronto 4 Magog 7 Final April 24
5 Lethbridge 2 Moncton 0 Final April 24
6 Notre Dame 4 Sudbury 0 Final April 24
7 Lethbridge 3 Toronto 3 Final April 25
8 Magog 2 Notre Dame 4 Final April 25
9 Sudbury 1 Moncton 5 Final April 25
10 Notre Dame 2 Lethbridge 1 Final April 26
11 Moncton 1 Toronto 5 Final April 26
12 Magog 2 Sudbury 2 Final April 26
13 Moncton 1 Notre Dame 5 Final April 27
14 Magog 3 Lethbridge 5 Final April 27
15 Sudbury 2 Toronto 2 Final April 27

Playoffs

Results
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes Date
Semi 1 Magog 5 Lethbridge 4 Final (OT) April 28
Semi 2 Toronto 2 Notre Dame 3 Final April 28
Bronze Toronto 0 Lethbridge 4 Final April 29
Gold Magog 1 Notre Dame 5 Final April 29

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Individual awards

  • Most Valuable Player: Alberta Ronan Seeley (Lethbridge)
  • Top Scorer:
  • Top Forward: Alberta Zach Stinger (Lethbridge)
  • Top Defensive Player: Saskatchewan Quinn Schmiemann (Notre Dame)
  • Top Goaltender: Ontario Alex Vendette (Sudbury)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Saskatchewan Brad Morrissey (Notre Dame)
  • Most Dedicated: Ontario Joel Mongeon (Sudbury)

Road to the Telus Cup

Atlantic Region

Moncton Flyers advance by winning regional championship played March 29-April 1, 2018 at Lantz, Nova Scotia.[3][4]

Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W–OTW-OTL-L GF GA Pts
1 Nova Scotia Dartmouth Major Midgets NSMMHL 3-0-1-0 21 9 10
2 New Brunswick Moncton Flyers NBPEIMMHL 2-1-0-1 15 11 8
3 Nova Scotia Cole Harbour Wolfpack Host 2-0-0-2 8 17 6
4 Newfoundland and Labrador St. John’s Maple Leafs NLMMHL 1-0-0-3 11 14 3
5 Prince Edward Island Kensington Wild NBPEIMMHL 1-0-0-3 13 17 3
Championship Game
Away Team Score Home Team Score
New Brunswick Moncton 3 Nova Scotia Dartmouth 2

Québec[edit]

Cantonniers de Magog advance by winning Quebec Midget AAA Hockey League championship.

Best-of-7 series
Rank Team W–L GF GA
1 Quebec Cantonniers de Magog 4-0 17 8
2 Quebec Estacades de Trois-Rivières 0-4 8 17

Central Region

Toronto Young Nationals advance by winning regional championship played April 1–8, 2018 at Rockland, Ontario.[5]

Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Ontario Rockland Nationals Host 5-0-0 20 7 10
2 Ontario Waterloo Wolves Alliance 4-1-0 16 8 8
3 Ontario Ajax-Pickering Raiders OMHA 2-3-0 10 16 4
4 Ontario Toronto Young Nationals GTHL 2-3-0 21 18 4
5 Ontario Hawkesbury Hawks HEO 1-4-0 8 24 2
6 Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves GNML 1-4-0 12 14 2
Playoff Round
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score
SF 1 Ontario Ajax-Pickering 4 Ontario Waterloo 3
SF 2 Ontario Toronto 4 Ontario Rockland 3
Final Ontario Toronto 6 Ontario Ajax-Pickering 2

West Region[edit]

Tournament to be played April 5–8, 2018 at Fort William First Nation near Thunder Bay, Ontario.[6]

Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Saskatchewan Notre Dame Hounds SMAAAHL 3-0-0 22 4 6
2 Manitoba Winnipeg Wild MMAAAHL 2-1-0 15 6 4
3 Ontario Thunder Bay Kings Host 1-2-0 5 11 2
4 Ontario Kenora Thistles HNO 0-3-0 1 22 0
Championship Game
Away Team Score Home Team Score
Manitoba Winnipeg 2 Saskatchewan Notre Dame 5
Full standings and statistics available at Pointstreak.com.

Pacific Region

Lethbridge Hurriances advance by winning best-of-three series played April 6–7, 2018 at Prospera Centre in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

Best-of-3 series
Rank Team Qualification W–L GF GA
1 Alberta Lethbridge Hurricanes AMHL 2-0 11 4
2 British Columbia Fraser Valley Thunderbirds BCMMHL 0-2 4 11

See also

References

External links

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