Allan Cup Archives
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Updated Saturday, September 25, 2010 13:59


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Acknowledgements


2014 Ontario Hockey Federation
2013 Hockey Alberta
2012 Lloydminster Border Kings

Hosted by the Kenora Thistles Apr 11-16,2011
2010/2011 Kenora Ontario

2011 Allan Cup Champ


ion -Clarenville Caribous

Kenora Rec Centre    Program Cover Puck  Photos   Pointstreak Box Scores

http://www.allancupkenora2011.ca/

 

Round Robin Schedule

Round Robin
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Round Robin Mon Apr 11 14:00 South East
Fort Frances
Boxscore Game 1
Round Robin Mon Apr 11 20:00 Dundas Kenora Boxscore Game 2
Round Robin Tues Apr 12 14:00 Fort Frances Clarenville Boxscore Game 3
Round Robin Tues Apr 12 20:00 Bentley Dundas Boxscore  Game 4
Round Robin Wed Apr 13 14:00 Clarenville
South East
Boxscore  Game 5
Round Robin Wed Apr 13 20:00 Kenora Bentley
Boxscore Game 6

Playoff Schedule

Playoff Round
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Quarter Final Thurs Apr 14 14:00 Dundas
South East
Boxscore Game 7
Quarter Final Thurs Apr 14 20:00 Fort Frances
Kenora
Boxscore
Semi Final Fri Apr 15 14:00 Dundas
Clarenville
Boxscore  Game 9
Semi Final Fri Apr 15 20:00 Fort Frances
Bentley
Boxscore  Game 10
Final Sat Apr 16 15:00 Bentley
Clarenville
Boxscore  Game 11

 

 

 

 

 

All Star Team

Forwards
Sean Hughes- KenoraMike Kennedy-Dundas
Travis Brigley-Bentley

Defense
Don Morrison-Bentley
Travis Chapman-Clarenville

Goalie
Jason Churchill-Clarenville

 


 

Hosted by the Fort St. John Flyers Apr 19-24,2010
 2009/2010  Fort St John  British Columbia

North Peace Arena     Program Cover   Photos   Pointstreak Box Scores

Fort St John Flyers 4  Bentley Generals 1


Fort St John Flyers 2010 Allan Cup Hosts     

Round Robin Schedule

Round Robin
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Round Robin Mon Apr 19 2:00
Powell River
South East
 4 
Game 1 Game 1
Round Robin Mon Apr 19 8:00
Bentley
Fort St John
7  
Game 2 Game 2
Round Robin Tues Apr 20 2:00
South East
1  
Dundas
Game 3 Game 3
Round Robin Tues Apr 20 8:00
Fort St John
Clarenville
Game 4 Game 4
Round Robin Wed Apr 21 2:00
Dundas
Powell River
4
Game 5 Game 5
Round Robin Wed Apr 21 8:00
Clarenville
 2
Bentley

Game 6 Game 6

Playoff Schedule

Playoff Round
  Date Time Visitors   Home  

Summary

Photos

Quarter Final

Thurs Apr 22

2:00

Clarenville

 3

South East

 7 

Game 7

Game 7

Quarter Final

Thurs Apr 22

8:00

Powell River

 1

Bentley

5  

Game 8

Game 8

Semi Final

Fri Apr 23

2:00

Bentley

4 

Dundas

Game 9

Game 9

Semi Final

Fri Apr 23

8:00

South East

 3

Fort St John

Game 10

Game 10

Allan Cup Final

Sat Apr 24

2:00

Bentley

 1

Fort St John

 4

Game 11

Game 11

Tournament MVP:
Rod Stevens Fort St. John

All Star Team
Goalie Jordan Alford Bentley

Defenseman Dane Crowley - South East
Defenseman Andrew Derton - Fort St. John

Forward Rod Stevens - Fort St. John
Forward Sean Robertson - Bentley
Forward Chris Stevens - Fort St. John



Hosted by the Steinbach North Stars
2008/2009  Steinbach, Manitoba

T.G. Smith Centre         Program Cover         Pointstreak Box Scores         Game Photos

Bentley Generals 4   South East Prairie Thunder 3  OT/2
2009 Allan Cup Steinbach Manitoba

http://allancup2009.ca/
 

Round Robin Schedule
Round Robin
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Round Robin Mon Apr 13 4:00 Lloydminster South East
 4 
Game 1 Game 1
Round Robin Mon Apr 13 8:00 Thunder Bay 0 Steinbach
 5 
Game 2 Game 2
Round Robin Tues Apr 14 4:00 Dundas Lloydminster
5
Game 3 Game 3
Round Robin Tues Apr 14 8:00 Steinbach 2 Bentley
Game 4 Game 4
Round Robin Wed Apr 15 4:00 South East  6 Dundas
Game 5 Game 5
Round Robin Wed Apr 15 8:00 Bentley  9 Thunder Bay
1
Game 6 Game 6

Playoff Schedule
Playoff Round
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Quarter Final Thur Apr 16 4:00 Thunder Bay Lloydminster 2OT/1 Game 7 Game 7
Quarter Final Thur Apr 16 8:00 Dundas  4 Steinbach
8
Game 8 Game 8
Semi-Final Fri Apr 17 4:00 Thunder Bay  1 Bentley
 8
Game 9 Game 9
Semi-Final Fri Apr 17 8:00 Steinbach  2 South East
 4
Game 10 Game 10
Final Sat Apr 18 3:00 South East  3 Bentley
 4OT/2
Game 11 Game11

 

Tournament All Star Team and MVP

Goal
# 1 Brent Zelenewich    South East

Forward
# 4 Nick Smith   Dundas
# 7 Ryan Smith  South East
# 61 Kurt Bensmiller  Bentley

Defense
# 77 Joe Vandermeer  Bentley
# 4 Don Morrison   Bentley
 

Tournament MVP
# 1 Brent Zelenewich   South East
 
 
 
 
 
 

2007/2008  Hosted by the Brantford Blast (Ontario)
Brantford Blast 3 Bentley Generals 1

Branford Civic Centre


  http://www.brantfordblast.com/
      Major League Hockey
 

Round Robin Schedule
    Date Time Visitors   Home   Box GS Photos
Game 1 Round Robin Mon Apr 14 1:00 P.M. Dundas Whitby  Box GS  Game1
Game 2 Round Robin Mon Apr 14 7:30 P.M. Shawinigan Brantford  Box GS  Game2
Game 3 Round Robin Tues Apr 15 1:00 P.M. Lloydminster  2 Dundas 5  Box GS  Game3
Game 4 Round Robin Tues Apr 15 7:30 P.M. Bentley Shawinigan  Box GS Game4
Game 5 Round Robin Wed Apr 16 1:00 P.M. Whitby Lloydminster  Box GS Game5
Game 6 Round Robin Wed Apr 16 7:30 P.M. Brantford  5 Bentley  3  Box GS Game6

Playoff Schedule
    Date Time Visitors   Home Box GS Photos
Game 7 Quarter Final Thurs Apr 17 3:00 P.M. Bentley  5 Lloydminster 3 Box GS Game7
Game 8 Quarter Final Thurs Apr 17 7:30 P.M. Whitby  2 Brantford 7 Box GS Game8
Game 9 Semi-Final Fri Apr 18 3:00 P.M. Bentley  6 Shawinigan 1 Box GS Game9
Game 10 Semi-Final Fri Apr 18 7:30 P.M. Brantford  3 Dundas 2 OT Box GS Game10
Game 11 Final Sat Apr 19 3:00 P.M. Bentley Brantford 3 Box GS Game11

Tournament MVP
(Bill Saunders Memorial Award)
Jeff Brown   Brantford Blast

Top Scorer
Steve Rice  Brantford Blast

Top Defenseman
Don Morrison  Bentley Generals
Jeff Brown Brantford Blast

Top Forwards
Nick Smith  Dundas Real McCoys
Steve Rice  Brantford Blast
Chad Spurr Brantford Blast

Top Goaltender
Rod Branch  Bentley Generals

Most Sportsmanlike Player
 
 



2006/2007 Hosted by the Stony Plain Eagles (Alberta)
Lloydminster Border Kings 4 Whitby Dunlops 3

Stony Plain Centennial Arena

Lloydminster Border Kings

Round Robin Schedule
    Date Time Visitors   Home   Box GS Photos
Game 1 Round Robin Mon Apr 16 4:30 P.M. Bentley   4  Lloydminster   1  Box GS  Game 1
Game 2 Round Robin Mon Apr 16 8:00 P.M. Whitby  3 Stony Plain Box GS Game 2
Game 3 Round Robin Tues Apr 17 4:30 P.M. Halifax Bentley 5 Box GS Game 3
Game 4 Round Robin Tues Apr 17 8:00 P.M. Shawinigan Whitby 6 Box  GS Game 4
Game 5 Round Robin Wed Apr 18 4:30 P.M. Lloydminster Halifax Box  GS Game 5
Game 6 Round Robin Wed Apr 18 8:00 P.M. Stony Plain Shawinigan 3 O/T Box GS Game 6

Playoff Schedule Schedule
    Date Time Visitors   Home   Box GS Photos
Game 7 Quarter Final Thurs Apr 19 4:30 P.M. Halifax  5  Whitby  9  Box GS  Game 7
Game 8 Quarter Final Thurs Apr 19 8:00 P.M. Quebec 1 Lloydminster 5 Box GS Game 8
Game 9 Semi-Final Fri Apr 20 4:30 P.M. Whitby Bentley OT  Box GS Game 9
Game 10 Semi-Final Fri Apr 20 8:00 P.M. Lloydminster Stony Plain 4 Box GS Game 10
Game 11 Final Sat Apr 21 7:30 P.M. Lloydminster  4 Whitby  3 Box GS Game 11

Tournament MVP
Cory McEachran   Lloydminster Border Kings

Top Scorer
Shane McCosh Whitby Dunlops

Top Defenseman Shane McCosh  Whitby Dunlops

Top Forward
Ron Baker  Whitby Dunlops

Top Goaltender
Cory McEachran   Lloydminster Border Kings

Most Sportsmanlike Player
Dylan Dellezay   Stony Plain Eagles
 


2005/2006 Hosted by the Powell River Regals (British Columbia)
Powell River Regals 7 Whitby Dunlops 1

Powell River Recreation Complex Arena

Powell River Regals

Eligible Teams   Program Photo   Stats

The Scorekeeper summaries(Sk-Sum1 etc) and Game Sheets (Sk-GS1 etc)  are courtesy of Scorekeeper
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary GS Sk-Sum SK-GS Photos
Round Robin Mon Apr 17 4:30 Trail  4  Weyburn   2  Game 1 GS-1 Sk-Sum1 SK-GS1 Game 1
Round Robin Mon  Apr 17 8:00 Fort Hotel
 2 
Powell River
Game 2 GS-2 Sk-Sum2 SK-GS2 Game 2
Round Robin Tues Apr 18 4:30 Weyburn
 5 
Whitby
4
Game 3 GS-3 Sk-Sum3 SK-GS3 Game 3
Round Robin Tues Apr 18 8:00 Shawinigan
Fort Hotel
2
Game 4 GS-4 Sk-Sum4 SK-GS4 Game 4
Round Robin Wed Apr 19 4:30 Whitby
9
Trail
Game 5 GS-5 Sk-Sum5 Sk-GS5 Game 5
Round Robin Wed Apr 19 8:00 Powell River
 2
Shawinigan
1 OT
Game 6 GS-6 .k-Sum6 Sk-GS6 Game 6

 
Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary GS SK-Sum SK-GS Photos
Quarter Final Thurs Apr 20 4:30 Fort Hotel
   5 
Weyburn
  2 
Game 7 GS-7 Sk-Sum7 Sk-GS7 Game 7
Quarter Final Thurs Apr 20 8:00 Trail
 3
Shawinigan
 2 
Game 8 GS-8 Sk-Sum8 Sk-GS8 Game 8
Semi-Final Fri Apr 21 4:30 Fort Hotel
 0
Whitby
4
Game 9 GS-9 Sk-Sum9 Sk-GS9 Game 9
Semi-Final Fri Apr 21 8:00 Trail
Powell River
 7 
Game 10 GS-10 Sk-Sum10 Sk-GS10 Game 10
Final Sat Apr 22 8:00 Whitby
Powell River
7
Game 11 GS-11 Sk-Sum11 Sk-GS11 Game 11

Tournament MVP
Kip Noble- Powell River

All Star Team

Goal:
Chad Vizzutti- Powell River

Defense:
Kip Noble- Powell River- Tourny MVP
Misko Antisin- Powell River

Forwards:
Rick McLaren- Powell River
Peter MacKeller- Whitby
Mike Hurley- Fort Hotel
 



2004/2005
Hosted by the Lloydminster Border Kings-  Saskatchewan
Thunder Bay Bombers 4  Montmagny Sentinelles 3   Overtime

http://www.allancup2005.com/
http://www.allancup.ca

Official Page  Program Photo   PuckStats
 
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Round Robin Tues Apr 19 4:00 Thunder Bay   3 Mid West  8  Game 1 Game 1
Round Robin Tues Apr 19 7:30 Can-Am  0 Lloydminster  7 Game 2 Game 2
Round Robin Wed Apr 20 4:00 Montmagny  5 Thunder Bay  2 Game 3 Game 3
Round Robin Wed Apr 20 7:30 Lloydminster  2 Horse Lake  9 Game 4 Game 4
Round Robin Thurs Apr 21 4:00 Horse Lake 7 Can-Am  2 Game 5 Game 5
Round Robin Thurs Apr 21 7:30 Mid West Montmagny Game 6 Game 6

 
  Date Time Visitors   Home   Summary Photos
Quarter Final Fri Apr 22 4:00 Cam-Am   3  Mid West   4  Game 7 Game 7
Quarter Final Fri Apr 22 7:30 Thunder Bay  5 Lloydminster  0 Game 8 Game 8
Semi-Final Sat Apr 23 4:00 Thunder Bay  7 Horse Lake  5 Game 9 Game 9
Semi-Final Sat Apr 23 7:30 Montmagny Mid West  1 Game 10 Game 10
Final Sun Apr 24 2:00 Thunder Bay Montmagny 3 Game 11 Game 11

All Star Team
Goal:       Cory McEachran, Thunder Bay

Defense
Barry McKinlay, Thunder Bay
Defense Misko Antisin Horse Lake

Forwards
Patrick Gingras, Montmagny
Mike Figliomeni Thunder Bay
Joe Ritson        Thunder Bay
 
 



2003/2004  Hosted by the Saint-Georges Garaga (Quebec)
Apr 20-25,2004
http://www.allancup.ca
http://coupeallan.hockeygaraga.com/

Saint-Georges Garaga 5  Ministikwan Islanders 0

Scoring Leaders  Official Page  Program Photo    Eligible Teams
 
 
  Date Time Visitors   Home  
Summary
Photo
Round Robin Tues Apr 20 17:00 Aylmer   6  Laval   3  Game 1 Game 1
Round Robin Tues Apr 20 20:15 Saint John 3 Saint-Georges 9 Game 2 Game 2
Round Robin Wed Apr 21 17:00 Bentley 1 Saint John 2 Game 3 Game 3
Round Robin Wed Apr 21 20:15 Laval 2 Ministikwan 1 Game 4 Game 4
Round Robin Thurs Apr 22 17:00 Ministikwan
 5
Aylmer  2 Game 5 Game 5
Round Robin Thurs Apr 22 20:15 Saint-Georges Bentley  3 Game 6 Game 6

 
  Date Time Visitors   Home    Summary Photo
Quarter Final Fri Apr 23 17:00 Laval    5  Saint John   3  Game 7 Game 7
Quarter Final Fri Apr 23 20:15 Bentley
 5
Aylmer
 2
Game 8 Game 8
Semi-Final Sat Apr 24 14:00 Laval
 1
Ministikwan
Game 9 Game 9
Semi-Final Sat Apr 24 19:00 Bentley
 4
Saint-Georges
 7
Game 10 Game 10
Final Sun Apr 25 13:30 Ministikwan
 0
Saint-Georges  5 Game 11 Game 11

Tournament M.V.P.
Steve Gosselin  Saint-Georges Garaga

All Star Team
Goal     Francois Labbe  Saint-Georges Garaga
Defense   Steve Gosselin  Saint-Georges Garaga
Defense   Craig Hayden    Ministikwin Islanders
Forward   Trevor Jobe      Saint-Georges Garaga
Forward   Claude Morin     Saint-Georges Garaga
Forward   Kent Beagle      Bentley Generals
 
 



2002/2003  Hosted by the Dundas Real McCoys   (Ontario)
Apr 15-19,2003
http://www.allancup.ca
Ile-des-Chenes North Stars 3 Stony Plain Eagles 2  Double Overtime
 
 

Official Page  Program Photo  Photo Gallery     StatsLineups      Links     Eligible Teams
 
 
Round Robin   Tues Apr 15 Ile-des-Chenes North Stars 6   Lancaster ThunderCats 3 Summary
Round Robin   Tues Apr 15 Stony Plain Eagles 4 Dundas Real McCoys 2 Summary
Round Robin   Wed Apr 16 Lancaster ThunderCats 6  Stony Plain Eagles 4  Summary
Round Robin   Wed Apr 16 Dundas Real McCoys 5 Ile-des-Chenes North Stars 3 Summary
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 17 Ile-des-Chenes North Stars 6 Stony Plain Eagles 2 Summary
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 17 Lancaster ThunderCats 6 Dundas Real McCoys 5 O/T Summary
Semi-Final Fri Apr 18 Stony Plain Eagles 3 Lancaster ThunderCats 0 Summary
Final   Sat Apr 19 Ile-des-Chenes North Stars 3 Stony Plain Eagles 2  O/T2 Summary

Tournament M.V.P.
Kelly Glowa Ile-des-Chenes North Stars

All Star Team
Goal       Ryan Hoople Stony Plain Eagles
Defense  Dave Marcinyshyn Stony Plain Eagles
Defense  Wes Jarvis  Lancaster Aquarius ThunderCats
Forward  Kelly Glowa Ile-des-Chenes North Stars
Forward  Pat Falloon Ile-des-Chenes North Stars
Forward  Mark Jooris Dundas Real McCoys




2001/2002  Hosted by the Powell River Regals    (British Columbia)
Powell River Recreation Complex Arena
Apr 9-13 2002
St-Georges Garaga defeat the Stony Plain Eagles


Official 2002 Allan Cup Page-Powell River     LineupsRecreation Complex     Post Final Celebrations

Program Cover
 
Round Robin   Tues Apr 09
Round Robin   Tues Apr 09 
Round Robin   Wed Apr 10 
Round Robin   Wed Apr 10 
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 11 
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 11 

Semi-Final Fri Apr 12
Final   Sat Apr 13

Stony Plain Eagles 5  Warroad Islanders 2
St-Georges Garaga 2  Powell River Regals 0
St-Georges Garaga 6  Warroad Islanders 3
Powell River Regals 5  Stony Plain Eagles 4
Stony Plain Eagles 5  St-Georges Garaga 2
Powell River Regals 6  Warroad Islanders 5   Overtime

St-Georges Garaga 4  Powell River Regals 3   Overtime
St-Georges Garaga 4  Stony Plain Eagles 2

Tournament M.V.P.    Tony Frenette of the St-Georges Garaga

All Star Team
Goal            Stony Plain     Ryan Hoople
Defense       Stony Plain     Dave Marcinyshyn
Defense       St.- Georges   Yanick Jean
Forward       St.- Georges   Claude Morin
Forward       St. -Georges   Tony Frenette
Forward      Powell River     Bill MacGillivray



2000/2001-Sarnia Sports and Entertainment Complex  (Hosted by the Petrolia Squires)
Apr 10-14,2001
Official Web Page      LineupsStatisticsPhotosGuest Book       News

Lloydminster Border Kings defeat the Petrolia Squires to win the first Cup for Sask since 1941 Regina Rangers

 
 

 
 
Round Robin   Tues Apr 10
Round Robin   Tues Apr 10
Round Robin   Wed Apr 11 
Round Robin   Wed Apr 11 
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 12
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 12

Semi-Final        Fri Apr 13 
Final                Sat Apr 14

Lloydminster Border Kings 5 Dundas Real McCoys 3
Petrolia Squires 3 Stony Plain Eagles 1
Lloydminster Border Kings 10  Stony Plain Eagles 3
Dundas Real McCoys 8 Petrolia Squires 0
Stony Plain Eagles 4  Dundas Real McCoys 1
Petrolia Squires 2 Lloydminster Border Kings 2

Petrolia Squires 3  Stony Plain Eagles 0
Lloydminster Border Kings 7 Petrolia Squires 2
 

Attendance:    665
Attendance: 1,091
Attendance:    587
Attendance:    776
Attendance:    652
Attendance:    891

Attendance: 1,238
Attendance: 1,238
 

Tournament M.V.P.
Jason Clague      Lloydminster Border Kings
Lloydminster goalie Jason Clague with a GAA of 2.45 and save percentage of .936.  Clague played all four games for the Border Kings stopping 147 of 157 shots he faced in 245 minutes of playing time.

All Star Team
Goal          Jason Clague   Lloydminster Border Kings
Defense   John Dance      Petrolia Squires
Defense   Merv Mann      Lloydminster Border Kings
Forward   Scott Hood       Lloydminster Border Kings
Forward   Greg Brown      Lloydminster Border Kings
Forward   Ian Munro        Lloydminster Border Kings



1999/2000-Lloydminster Centennial Civic Centre ,Lloydminster,Saskatchewan
Apr 13-17 2000
Official Web Page     2000 Powell River Regals Team Photo
Powell River Regals defeat the Lloydminster Border Kings
Powell River Regals
 

Round Robin   Thur Apr 13    Powell River Regals 10 Regina Rangers 2
Round Robin  Thur Apr 13     Lloydminster Border Kings 6 St George Garaga 3
Round Robin   Fri Apr 14        St Georges Garaga 6 Powell River Regals 2
Round Robin   Fri Apr 14        Lloydminster Border Kings 4 Regina Rangers 4
Round Robin   Sat Apr 15       St Georges Garaga 5 Regina Rangers 1
Round Robin   Sat Apr 15       Lloydminster Border Kings 8 Powell River Regals 2

Semi-Final      Sun Apr 16     Powell River Regals 5  St George Garaga 3
Final              Mon Apr 17    Powell River Regals 4  Lloydminster Border Kings 1

Tournament MVP: Trent Kaese of the Powell River Regals.

All Star Team:

Goal:        Chad Vizzutti     Powell River
Defense: Michel Caron     St. George
Defense: Merv Mann       Lloydminster
Forward: Patrick Emond   St. George
Forward: Mike Hassman  Powell River
Forward: Dave Morrell     Lloydminster



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1998-1999 Centennial Arena  Stony Plain,Alberta
Apr 13-17,1999
 

Team Photo
Stony Plain Eagles defeat the Powell River Regals

Round Robin   Tues Apr 13    Powell River Regals 7  Lloydminster Border Kings 1
Round Robin   Tues Apr 13    Stony Plain Eagles 8    London Macmaster Chevys 3
Round Robin   Wed Apr 14    Powell River Regals 8  London Macmaster Chevys 1
Round Robin   Wed Apr 14    Lloydminster Border Kings 3  Stony Plain Eagles 3
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 15  Lloydminster Border Kings 4  London Macmaster Chevys  3
Round Robin   Thurs Apr 15  Stony Plain Eagles 5 Powell River Regals 3

Semi-Final        Fri Apr 16        Powell River Regals 5  Lloydminster Border Kings 3
Final                Sat Apr 17       Stony Plain Eagles 6    Powell River Regals 3

Goaltender   Chad Vizzutti Powell River

Defence   Gord Mark                   Stony Plain
Defence   Johnny Vanderkemp Powell River

Forward  Scott MacKee    Stony Plain
Forward Mike Hassleman Powell River
Forward Rob Sklaruk         Stony Plain

Tournament MVP
Scott MacKee        Stony Plain


1997-1998  Colchester Legion Stadium,Truro, Nova Scotia
Apr 6-10 1998
Official Web Page    Truro Team Photo    Ile des Chenes Photo      Program Cover
 Lineup Powell River- London     Lineup Truro- Ile des Chenes

Truro BearCats defeat the London Admirals
 

Round Robin  Mon Apr 6    Ile-des-Chênes  North Stars 6   London Admirals 4
Round Robin Mon Apr 6     Truro BearCats 5  Powell River Regals 1
Round Robin  Tues Apr 7     London Admirals 4  Powell River Regals 3
Round Robin  Tues Apr 7    Truro BearCats 1  Ile-des-Chênes North Stars 1
Round Robin  Wed Apr 8    Powell River Regals 6 Ile-des-Chênes North Stars 3
Round Robin  Wed Apr 8    Truro BearCats 5 London Admirals 3

Semi-Final      Thurs Apr 9   London Admirals 5   Ile-des-Chênes  North Stars 4  Triple Overtime
Final               Fri Apr 10     Truro BearCats 6 London Admirals 1

Most Valuable Player Jason White (Truro)

All-Star Team
Goaltender Jason White (Truro)
Defense Darren Welsh (Truro)
Defense Dustin Bellyou (London)
Forward Dwight Lucas (Truro)
Forward Rick McLaren (Powell River)
Forward Brad Goderis (Ile-des-Chênes  )
 



1996-1997-Powell River Recreation Complex Arena
Apr 8-12,1997
Team Photo
Powell River Regals defeat the Warroad Lakers

Round Robin  Tues  Apr 8     Warroad Lakers 6   Stony Plain Eagles 5
Round Robin  Tues  Apr 8     Powell River Regal 5 Truro TSN Bearcats 2
Round Robin  Wed Apr 9      Truro TSN Bearcats 8  Stony Plain Eagles 3
Round Robin  Wed Apr 9       Powell River Regal 4    Warroad Lakers 1
Round Robin  Thurs Apr 10   Truro TSN Bearcats 4  Warroad Lakers 3
Round Robin  Thurs Apr 10   Stony Plain Eagles 3  Powell River Regal 3

Semi-Final       Fri Apr 11         Warroad Lakers 3  Truro TSN Bearcats  0
Final          Sat Apr 12   Powell River Regals  7 Warroad Lakers 3

1st All-Star Team
Goalkeeper - Chad Vizzutti (Powell River)
Defence - David Ross (Warroad)
Defence - Scott Mastrodonato (Powell River)
Forward - Paul Andrea (Truro)
Forward - Rick McLaren (Powell River)
Forward - John Hanson (Powell River)



1995-1996-Unity, Saskatchewan
April 8-13, 1996
Warroad Lakers defeat the Stony Plain Eagles
Team Photo

Round Robin  Mon  Apr 8      Warroad Lakers 6   Stony Plain Eagles 2
Round Robin  Mon  Apr 8      Unity Miners 4 Truro TSN Bearcats 1
Round Robin  Tues Apr 9      Warroad Lakers 11 Truro TSN Bearcats 3
Round Robin Tues Apr 9      Unity Miners 5  Stony Plain Eagles 4
Round Robin  Wed Apr 10     Stony Plain Eagles 4  Truro TSN Bearcats 4
Round Robin  Wed Apr 10     Warroad Lakers 4  Unity Miners 2

Semi-Final       Fri Apr 12         Stony Plain Eagles 4  Unity Miners 1
Final                Sat Apr 13      Warroad Lakers  6 Stony Plain Eagles 1

1st All-Star Team
Goalkeeper - Todd Kriebich (Warroad)
Defence - David Marvin (Warroad)
Defence - Darwin Bozek (Stony Plain)
Forward - John Hanson (Warroad)
Forward - Scott Knutson (Warroad)
Forward - Billy Lund (Warroad)

Most sportsmanlike player - Dallin Schwab (Unity)
Leading Scorer - John Hanson (Warroad)
Most valuable player - David Marvin (Warroad)



1994-1995 Centennial Arena  Stony Plain,Alberta
Apr 11-15,1995
Warroad Lakers defeat the Stony Plain Eagles

 

Round Robin      Tues Apr 11 Warroad Lakers 9 Powell River Regals 1
Round Robin      Tues Apr 11 Truro Bearcats 5  Stony Plain Eagles 5
Round Robin      Wed Apr 12 Powell River Regals 6  Truro Bearcats 1
Round Robin     Wed Apr 12 Warroad Lakers 3  Stony Plain Eagles 2
Round Robin      Thurs Apr 13 Truro Bearcats 10 Warroad Lakers 5
Round Robin Thurs Apr 13  Stony Plain Eagles 5 Powell River Regals 3

Semi-Final            Fri Apr 14  Stony Plain 5 Truro Bearcats 3
Final                     Sat Apr 15  Warroad Lakers 3  Stony Plain Eagles 2



1993-1994   Warroad Minnesota
Warroad Lakers defeat the St.Boniface Mohawks

Round Robin    St Boniface Mohawks 6  Unity Miners  1
Round Robin    Warroad Lakers 6  Stony Plain Eagles 4
Round Robin    St Boniface Mohawks 5 Stony Plain Eagles 3
Round Robin    Warroad Lakers 5 Unity Miners  2
Round Robin     Stony Plain Eagles 7  Unity Miners 4
Round Robin     St Boniface Mohawks 7  Warroad Lakers 5

Semi-Final          Warroad Lakers 4  Stony Plain Eagles 0
Final                   Warroad Lakers 5  St Boniface Mohawks 2



1992-1993 Quesnel, British Columbia
Whitehorse Huskies defeat the Quesnel Kangaroos
Program Cover


Quesnel Twin Arenas

Apr 14  Round Robin    Whitehorse Huskies 5  Stony Plain Eagles 4
Apr 14  Round Robin    Quesnel Kangaroos 6   Warroad Lakers 9
Apr 15 Round Robin     Stony Plain Eagles 6  Warroad Lakers 5
Apr 15  Round Robin    Whitehorse Huskies 6  Quesnel Kangaroos 2
Apr 16  Round Robin    Whitehorse Huskies 8   Warroad Lakers 8
Apr 16 Round Robin     Quesnel Kangaroos Stony Plain Eagles 4

Apr 17  Semi-Final         Quesnel Kangaroos 9  Warroad Lakers 6
Apr 18 Final                Whitehorse Huskies 7 Quesnel Kangaroos 4

 MVP                            Glen Watson          Whitehorse Huskies
Top scorer                    Scotty Knutson       Warroad Lakers
Most Sportsmanlike         Everette Rose of     Quesnel Kangaroos
 

Tournament all-stars

Goal   Ken Kinney Whitehorse
D        Glen Watson  Whitehorse
D        Jason Mager Quesnel
F        Gerald Gagnon Quesnel
F        Scotty Knutson Warroad
F       Jay Glass Whitehorse



1991-1992 Saint John,New Brunswick
Saint John Vito's defeat the Stony Plain Eagles
Team Photo

Round Robin    Charlottetown Islanders 4  Warroad Lakers 5
Round Robin    Saint John Vito's 2  Stony Plain Eagles 1
Round Robin    Charlottetown Islanders 5 Stony Plain Eagles 1
Round Robin    Saint John Vito's 7  Warroad Lakers 2
Round Robin    Stony Plain Eagles 10  Warroad Lakers 9 (OT)
Round Robin    Saint John Vito's 5  Charlottetown Islanders 3

Semi-Final  Stony Plain Eagles 5  Charlottetown Islanders 1
Final  Saint John Vito's 6 Stony Plain Eagles 2



1990-1991 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown Islanders defeat the Thunder Bay Twins 4-0

Charlottetown Islanders 5 Thunder Bay Twins 3
Charlottetown Islanders 5 Thunder Bay Twins 2
Charlottetown Islanders 5 Thunder Bay Twins 4
Charlottetown Islanders 5 Thunder Bay Twins 4 (O/T)



1989-1990  at Vaudreuil
Montreal-Chomedy Construction defeat the Abbottsford Flyers 4-2

Apr 21  Abbottsford Flyers 5 Montreal-Chomedy Construction 3
Apr 22  Montreal-Chomedy Construction 10  Abbottsford Flyers 6
Apr 24Montreal-Chomedy Construction 5  Abbottsford Flyers 3
Apr 25  Abbottsford Flyers 7 Montreal-Chomedy Construction 2
Apr 26  Montreal-Chomedy Construction 7  Abbottsford Flyers 0
Apr 27  Montreal-Chomedy Construction 3  Abbottsford Flyers 1



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1988-1989
Thunder Bay Twins defeat the St Boniface Mohawks in Championship Final  2 games to 0
Team Photo

Preliminary  Round Robin Tournament
St Boniface Mohawks 5 at Thunder Bay Twins 3
St Boniface Mohawks 4 at Bassano Hawks 2
Equipe Chomedey Montreal 3 at Thunder Bay Twins 6
Bassano Hawks  6 at Equipe Chomedey Montreal  8 OT
Bassano Hawks  1 at Thunder Bay Twins 7
St Boniface Mohawks 9 at Equipe Chomedey Montreal 7
Bassano Hawks elminiated from Tournament

Elminiation Round Semi-Final
Equipe Chomedey Montreal 3 at Thunder Bay Twins 6

Championship Final
St Boniface Mohawks 0 at Thunder Bay Twins 2
St Boniface Mohawks 2 at Thunder Bay Twins 4



1987-1988 at Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay Twins defeat the  Charlottetown Islanders   4-0

Charlottetown Islanders 4 at Thunder Bay Twins 7
Charlottetown Islanders 2 at Thunder Bay Twins 10
Charlottetown Islanders 3 at Thunder Bay Twins 9
Charlottetown Islanders 1 at Thunder Bay Twins 7



1986-1987 at Brantford
Brantford Motts Clamatos defeat the  Nelson Maple Leafs  4-0

Fri Apr 24     Nelson Maple Leafs 5 at Brantford Motts Clamatos 10
Sat Apr 25    Nelson Maple Leafs 1 at Brantford Motts Clamatos 5
Sun Apr 26   Nelson Maple Leafs 3 at Brantford Motts Clamatos 6
Mon Apr 27 Nelson Maple Leafs 6   at Brantford Motts Clamatos 7 Double Overtime



1985-1986 at Nelson
Corner Brook Royals defeat the  Nelson Maple Leafs    4-0

Corner Brook Royals 6 at Nelson Maple Leafs 4
Corner Brook Royals 6 at Nelson Maple Leafs 5
Corner Brook Royals 5 at Nelson Maple Leafs 2
Corner Brook Royals 7 at Nelson Maple Leafs 0



1984-1985 at Corner Brook
Thunder Bay Twins defeat the Corner Brook Royals 4-3

Thunder Bay Twins 5 at Corner Brook Royals 9
Thunder Bay Twins 0 at Corner Brook Royals 3  OT
Thunder Bay Twins 5 at Corner Brook Royals 9
Thunder Bay Twins 4 at Corner Brook Royals 2
Thunder Bay Twins 8 at Corner Brook Royals 3
Thunder Bay Twins 2 at Corner Brook Royals 0
Thunder Bay Twins 5 at Corner Brook Royals 4


1983/1984-Fort William Gardens
Thunder Bay Twins defeat the Cambridge Hornets 4-1

Apr 21  Cambridge Hornets 2 at Thunder Bay Twins 3
Apr 22  Cambridge Hornets 7 at Thunder Bay Twins 3
Apr 23  Cambridge Hornets 3 at Thunder Bay Twins 5
Apr 25  Cambridge Hornets 5 at Thunder Bay Twins 6
Apr 26  Cambridge Hornets 1 at Thunder Bay Twins 6


1982/1983-Galt Arena Gardens
Cambridge Hornets defeat the St.Boniface Mohawks 4-0
Team Photo

Apr 15  St Boniface Mohawks 3 at Cambridge Hornets 4
Apr 16  St Boniface Mohawks 6 at Cambridge Hornets 7
Apr 17  St Boniface Mohawks 2 at Cambridge Hornets 9
Apr 18  St Boniface Mohawks 1 at Cambridge Hornets 4



1981-1982 at Cranbrook
Cranbrook Royals defeat the Petrolia Squires  4-1

Petrolia Squires 2 at Cranbrook Royals 7
Petrolia Squires 3 at Cranbrook Royals 7
Petrolia Squires 1 at Cranbrook Royals 2
Petrolia Squires 6 at Cranbrook Royals 1
Petrolia Squires 3 at Cranbrook Royals 7



1980-1981 at Thunder Bay
Team Photo
Petrolia Squires defeat the St Boniface Mohawks 5-1 in Tournament Final

Preliminary Single Round Robin
#1 Grand Falls Cataracts 3  St Boniface Mohawks 2
#2 Thunder Bay Twins 8  Petrolia Squires 3
#3 Grand Falls Cataracts 4  Thunder Bay Twins 9
#4 St Boniface Mohawks 4  Petrolia Squires 6
#5 Thunder Bay Twins 5  St Boniface Mohawks 4  OT
#6 Petrolia Squires 6  Grand Falls Cataracts 3

Semi-Finals: Elminination Round
St Boniface Mohawks 4  Thunder Bay Twins 3
Petrolia Squires 6  Grand Falls Cataracts 3

Final: Championship Game
Petrolia Squires 5  St Boniface Mohawks 1



1979/1980-Spokane Coliseum
Team Photo
Spokane Flyers defeat the Cambridge Hornets 4-0

Apr 26  Cambridge Hornets 3 at Spokane Flyers 5
Apr 27  Cambridge Hornets 1 at Spokane Flyers 2
Apr 28  Cambridge Hornets 2 at Spokane Flyers 5
Apr 29  Cambridge Hornets 3 at Spokane Flyers 4



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1978-1979 at Sarnia
Petrolia Gibbons-Squires defeat the  Steinbach Huskies 4-1
Team Photo

Sun     April 29     Petrolia Gibbons-SquiresSteinbach Huskies  5
Mon   April 30  Petrolia Gibbons-Squires7 Steinbach Huskies  3  O/T
Tues   May 1  Steinbach Huskies 5    Petrolia Gibbons-Squires   4
Wed   May 2  Petrolia Gibbons-SquiresSteinbach Huskies  1
Fri       May 4       Petrolia Gibbons-SquiresSteinbach Huskies 1



1977-1978 at Kimberley
Kimberley Dynamiters defeat the  Brantford Alexanders  4-1
Team Photo

Brantford Alexanders 2 at Kimberley Dynamiters 6
Brantford Alexanders 2 at Kimberley Dynamiters 4
Brantford Alexanders 5 at Kimberley Dynamiters 3
Brantford Alexanders 2 at Kimberley Dynamiters 5
Brantford Alexanders 3 at Kimberley Dynamiters 7



1976-1977 at Brantford
Brantford Alexanders defeat the  Spokane Flyers 4-1
Team Photo
Program Cover

Spokane Flyers 3 at Brantford Alexanders 7
Spokane Flyers 5 at Brantford Alexanders 2
Spokane Flyers 5 at Brantford Alexanders 8
Spokane Flyers 1 at Brantford Alexanders 4
Spokane Flyers 5 at Brantford Alexanders 6  OT



1975-1976 at Spokane
Team Photo
Spokane Flyers defeat the Barrie Flyers  4-0

Barrie Flyers 4 at Spokane Flyers 9
Barrie Flyers 1 at Spokane Flyers 4
Barrie Flyers 4 at Spokane Flyers 7
Barrie Flyers 2 at Spokane Flyers 8



1974-1975 at Barrie & Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay Twins defeat the  Barrie Flyers 4-2
Team Photo

Thunder Bay Twins 5 at Barrie Flyers 8
Thunder Bay Twins 7 at Barrie Flyers 2
Thunder Bay Twins 4 at Barrie Flyers 7
Barrie Flyers 2 at Thunder Bay Twins 8
Barrie Flyers 2 at Thunder Bay Twins 5
Barrie Flyers 4 at Thunder Bay Twins 8



1973-1974 at Cranbrook
Barrie Flyers defeat the  Cranbrook Royals 4-2

Barrie Flyers 4 at Cranbrook Royals 1
Barrie Flyers 2 at Cranbrook Royals 4
Barrie Flyers 5 at Cranbrook Royals 9
Barrie Flyers 5 at Cranbrook Royals 4  double OT
Barrie Flyers 4 at Cranbrook Royals 3
Barrie Flyers 4 at Cranbrook Royals 1



1972-1973 at Orillia
Team Photo
Orillia Terriers defeat the St Boniface Mohawks  4-1

St Boniface Mohawks 2 at Orillia Terriers 12
St Boniface Mohawks 6 at Orillia Terriers 4
St Boniface Mohawks 5 at Orillia Terriers 8
St Boniface Mohawks 2 at Orillia Terriers 11
St Boniface Mohawks 1 at Orillia Terriers 8



1971-1972 at Spokane & Kimberley
Team Photo
Spokane Jets defeat the  Barrie Flyers 4-2

Barrie Flyers 0 at Spokane Jets 3
Barrie Flyers 3 at Spokane Jets 8
Barrie Flyers 4 at Spokane Jets 2
Barrie Flyers 4 at Spokane Jets 1
Barrie Flyers 3 at Spokane Jets 7
Barrie Flyers 3 at Spokane Jets 6



1970/1971- Galt Arena Gardens
Team Photo
Galt Hornetsdefeat the Calgary Stampeders 4-0

May 1  Calgary Stampeders 2 at Galt Hornets 4
May 2  Calgary Stampeders 6 at Galt Hornets 7  double OT
May 4  Calgary Stampeders 2 at Galt Hornets 3  double OT
May 7  Calgary Stampeders 3 at Galt Hornets 4



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1969-1970 at Spokane Coliseum
Team Photo
Spokane Jets defeat the  Orillia Terriers  4-2

Orillia Terriers 2 at Spokane Jets 5
Orillia Terriers 0 at Spokane Jets 5
Orillia Terriers 5 at Spokane Jets 2
Orillia Terriers 6 at Spokane Jets 2
Orillia Terriers 1 at Spokane Jets 2
Orillia Terriers 3 at Spokane Jets 6



1968-1969- Galt Arena Gardens
Team Photo
Galt Hornets defeat the Calgary Stampeders 4-0

Apr 27  Calgary Stampeders 2 at Galt Hornets 7
Apr 29  Calgary Stampeders 3 at Galt Hornets 9
May 1   Calgary Stampeders 1 at Galt Hornets 4
May 3   Calgary Stampeders 2 at Galt Hornets 7



1967-1968 at Winnipeg
Victoriaville Tigers defeat the St Boniface Mohawks  4-1

Victoriaville Tigers 6 at St Boniface Mohawks 2
Victoriaville Tigers 1 at St Boniface Mohawks 5
Victoriaville Tigers 4 at St Boniface Mohawks 1
Victoriaville Tigers 7 at St Boniface Mohawks 2
Victoriaville Tigers 2 at St Boniface Mohawks 0



1966-1967 at Drummondville
Drummondville Eagles defeat the  Calgary Spurs  4-0

Calgary Spurs 0 at Drummondville Eagles 4
Calgary Spurs 2 at Drummondville Eagles 3
Calgary Spurs 4 at Drummondville Eagles 8
Calgary Spurs 0 at Drummondville Eagles 4



1965-1966 at Calgary
Drumheller Miners defeat the  Sherbrooke Beavers  4-2

Sherbrooke Beavers 3 at Drumheller Miners 6
Sherbrooke Beavers 4 at Drumheller Miners 1
Sherbrooke Beavers 2 at Drumheller Miners 1
Sherbrooke Beavers 0 at Drumheller Miners 5
Sherbrooke Beavers 2 at Drumheller Miners 3
Sherbrooke Beavers 0 at Drumheller Miners 5



1964-1965 at Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke Beavers defeat the Nelson Maple Leafs  4-0-0

Nelson Maple Leafs 3 at Sherbrooke Beavers 7
Nelson Maple Leafs 1 at Sherbrooke Beavers 4
Nelson Maple Leafs 2 at Sherbrooke Beavers 9
Nelson Maple Leafs 4 at Sherbrooke Beavers 8



1963-1964 at Winnipeg
Winnipeg Maroons defeat the  Woodstock Athletics 4-0

Woodstock Athletics 0 at Winnipeg Maroons 5
Woodstock Athletics 1 at Winnipeg Maroons 7
Woodstock Athletics 0 at Winnipeg Maroons 5
Woodstock Athletics 3 at Winnipeg Maroons 5



1962-1963 at Windsor
Windsor Bulldogs defeat the Winnipeg Maroons 4-1

Winnipeg Maroons 4 at Windsor Bulldogs 5
Winnipeg Maroons 2 at Windsor Bulldogs 3
Winnipeg Maroons 0 at Windsor Bulldogs 2
Winnipeg Maroons 3 at Windsor Bulldogs 1
Winnipeg Maroons 2 at Windsor Bulldogs 3



1961-1962 at Trail
Trail Smoke Eaters defeat the Montreal Olympics  4-1

Montreal Olympics 0 at Trail Smoke Eaters 8
Montreal Olympics 5 at Trail Smoke Eaters 2
Montreal Olympics 2 at Trail Smoke Eaters 4
Montreal Olympics 1 at Trail Smoke Eaters 4
Montreal Olympics 3 at Trail Smoke Eaters 5



1960-1961-Galt Arena Gardens
Galt Terriers defeat the Winnipeg Maroons 4-1
Team Photo

Winnipeg Maroons 3 at Galt Terriers 4  double OT
Winnipeg Maroons 2 at Galt Terriers 3
Winnipeg Maroons 2 at Galt Terriers 1
Winnipeg Maroons 2 at Galt Terriers 4
Winnipeg Maroons 0 at Galt Terriers 5



1959-1960 at Trail
Chatham Maroons defeat the  Trail Smoke Eaters   4-0-1
Team Photo

Chatham Maroons 4 at Trail Smoke Eaters 1
Chatham Maroons 5 at Trail Smoke Eaters 5  OT
Chatham Maroons 7 at Trail Smoke Eaters 4
Chatham Maroons 2 at Trail Smoke Eaters 1
Chatham Maroons 5 at Trail Smoke Eaters 4



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1958-1959 at Toronto
Whitby Dunlops defeat the Vernon Canadians 4-1

Vernon Canadians 2 at Whitby Dunlops 5
Vernon Canadians 2 at Whitby Dunlops 5
Vernon Canadians 2 at Whitby Dunlops 5
Vernon Canadians 3 at Whitby Dunlops 0
Vernon Canadians 3 at Whitby Dunlops 9



1957-1958 at Kelowna & Kamloops
Belleville McFarlands defeat the  Kelowna Packers 4-3

Belleville McFarlands 4 at Kelowna Packers 0
Belleville McFarlands 0 at Kelowna Packers 6
Belleville McFarlands 0 at Kelowna Packers 3
Belleville McFarlands 3 at Kelowna Packers 4
Belleville McFarlands 4 at Kelowna Packers 2
Belleville McFarlands 4 at Kelowna Packers 3
Belleville McFarlands 8 at Kelowna Packers 5



1956-1957 at Toronto
Whitby Dunlops defeat the  Spokane Flyers 4-0
Team Photo

Spokane Flyers 2 at Whitby Dunlops 5
Spokane Flyers 3 at Whitby Dunlops 6
Spokane Flyers 3 at Whitby Dunlops 7
Spokane Flyers 2 at Whitby Dunlops 6



1955-1956 at Vernon, Kelowna & Kamloops
Vernon Canadians defeat the  Chatham Maroons  4-1
Team Photo

Chatham Maroons 7 at Vernon Canadians 1
Chatham Maroons 2 at Vernon Canadians 6
Chatham Maroons 1 at Vernon Canadians 7
Chatham Maroons 4 at Vernon Canadians 6
Chatham Maroons 3 at Vernon Canadians 5



1954-1955 at Kitchener
Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen defeat the Fort William Beavers 4-1

Fort William Beavers 2 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 3
Fort William Beavers 6 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 4
Fort William Beavers 2 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 6
Fort William Beavers 6 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 7
Fort William Beavers 3 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 5



1953-1954 at Penticton, Kelowna & Vernon
Penticton Vees defeat the Sudbury Wolves  4-3
Team Photo

Sudbury Wolves 2 at Penticton Vees 1
Sudbury Wolves 2 at Penticton Vees 6
Sudbury Wolves 3 at Penticton Vees 1
Sudbury Wolves 8 at Penticton Vees 2
Sudbury Wolves 5 at Penticton Vees 6  OT
Sudbury Wolves 4 at Penticton Vees 6
Sudbury Wolves 2 at Penticton Vees 3



1952-1953 at Kitchener
Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen defeat the Penticton Vees  4-1
Photo

Penticton Vees 2 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 3
Penticton Vees 3 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 8
Penticton Vees 2 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 1
Penticton Vees 3 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 6
Penticton Vees 0 at Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen 5



1951-1952 at Fort Frances
Fort Frances Canadians defeat the Stratford Indians  4-2-0

Stratford Indians 5 at Fort Frances Canadians 9
Stratford Indians 3 at Fort Frances Canadians 0
Stratford Indians 5 at Fort Frances Canadians 6
Stratford Indians 3 at Fort Frances Canadians 5
Stratford Indians 2 at Fort Frances Canadians 1
Stratford Indians 1 at Fort Frances Canadians 4



1950-1951 at Owen Sound
Owen Sound Mercurys defeat the Fort Frances Canadians 4-3

Fort Frances Canadians 3 at Owen Sound Mercurys 4
Fort Frances Canadians 6 at Owen Sound Mercurys 4
Fort Frances Canadians 2 at Owen Sound Mercurys 4
Fort Frances Canadians 4 at Owen Sound Mercurys 2
Fort Frances Canadians 6 at Owen Sound Mercurys 4  OT
Fort Frances Canadians 4 at Owen Sound Mercurys 7
Fort Frances Canadians 1 at Owen Sound Mercurys 3
 



1949-1950 at Calgary & Edmonton
Toronto Marlboros defeat the Calgary Stampeders 4-1

Toronto Marlboros 6 at Calgary Stampeders 5
Toronto Marlboros 4 at Calgary Stampeders 5
Toronto Marlboros 4 at Calgary Stampeders 1
Toronto Marlboros 3 at Calgary Stampeders 1
Toronto Marlboros 9 at Calgary Stampeders 5



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1948-1949 at Ottawa & Toronto
Ottawa Senators defeat the Regina Capitals 4-1

Regina Capitals 4 at Ottawa Senators 6
Regina Capitals 1 at Ottawa Senators 3
Regina Capitals 0 at Ottawa Senators 7
Regina Capitals 6 at Ottawa Senators 3
Regina Capitals 3 at Ottawa Senators 5



1947-1948 at Regina, Edmonton & Calgary
Edmonton Flyers defeat the Ottawa Senators 4-1

Ottawa Senators 2 at Edmonton Flyers 6
Ottawa Senators 3 at Edmonton Flyers 2
Ottawa Senators 0 at Edmonton Flyers 7
Ottawa Senators 3 at Edmonton Flyers 5
Ottawa Senators 3 at Edmonton Flyers 5



1946-1947 at Toronto & Montreal
Montreal Royals defeat the Calgary Stampeders 4-3

Calgary Stampeders 3 at Montreal Royals 7
Calgary Stampeders 2 at Montreal Royals 1
Calgary Stampeders 0 at Montreal Royals 7
Calgary Stampeders 3 at Montreal Royals 4
Calgary Stampeders 1 at Montreal Royals 0
Calgary Stampeders 5 at Montreal Royals 2
Calgary Stampeders 2 at Montreal Royals 8



1945-1946 at Regina, Calgary, Edmonton & Saskatoon
Calgary Stampeders defeat the Hamilton Tigers 4-1

Hamilton Tigers 2 at Calgary Stampeders 6
Hamilton Tigers 1 at Calgary Stampeders 6
Hamilton Tigers 3 at Calgary Stampeders 4
Hamilton Tigers 3 at Calgary Stampeders 1
Hamilton Tigers 0 at Calgary Stampeders 1



1944-1945
No competition due to WWII


1943-1944 at  Quebec City
Quebec City Aces defeat the Port Arthur Shipbuilders 3-0

Port Arthur Shipbuilders 1 at Quebec City Aces 6
Port Arthur Shipbuilders 4 at Quebec City Aces 15
Port Arthur Shipbuilders 6 at Quebec City Aces 9



1942-1943 at Calgary & Winnipeg & Regina
Ottawa Army Commandos defeat  Victoria Army  3-1

Ottawa Army Commandos 4 at Victoria Army 3
Ottawa Army Commandos 6 at Victoria Army 4
Ottawa Army Commandos 3 at Victoria Army 4  OT
Ottawa Army Commandos 2 at Victoria Army 0
 



1941-1942 at Ottawa, Montreal & Toronto
Ottawa RCAF defeat the Port Arthur Bear-Cats 3-2

Port Arthur Bear-Cats 4 at Ottawa RCAF 7
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 7 at Ottawa RCAF 8 OT
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 3 at Ottawa RCAF 1
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 4 at Ottawa RCAF 3
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 1 at Ottawa RCAF 7



1940-1941 at Regina
Regina Rangers defeat the Sydney Millionaires 3-2-1

Sydney Millionaires 8 at Regina Rangers 6
Sydney Millionaires 8 at Regina Rangers 3
Sydney Millionaires 1 at Regina Rangers 1
Sydney Millionaires 4 at Regina Rangers 5
Sydney Millionaires 2 at Regina Rangers 3
Sydney Millionaires 0 at Regina Rangers 3



1939-1940 at Toronto
Kirkland Lake Blue Devils defeat the Calgary Stampeders 3-0

Calgary Stampeders 5 at Kirkland Lake Blue Devils 8
Calgary Stampeders 1 at Kirkland Lake Blue Devils 9
Calgary Stampeders 1 at Kirkland Lake Blue Devils 7



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1938-1939 at Montreal
Port Arthur Bear-Cats defeat the Montreal Royals 3-1

Port Arthur Bear-Cats 6 at Montreal Royals 5 OT
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 3 at Montreal Royals 1
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 4 at Montreal Royals 6
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 6 at Montreal Royals 5



1937-1938 at Saskatoon & Calgary
Trail Smoke Eaters defeat the Cornwall Flyers 3-1
Team Photo

Cornwall Flyers 4 at Trail Smoke Eaters 6  OT
Cornwall Flyers 2 at Trail Smoke Eaters 8
Cornwall Flyers 2 at Trail Smoke Eaters 1
Cornwall Flyers 1 at Trail Smoke Eaters 3



1936-1937 at Calgary, Edmonton & Regina
Sudbury Tigers defeat the  North Battleford Beavers 3-1

Sudbury Tigers 4 at North Battleford Beavers 1
Sudbury Tigers 6 at North Battleford Beavers 3
Sudbury Tigers 5 at North Battleford Beavers 7
Sudbury Tigers 3 at North Battleford Beavers 2



1935-1936 at Winnipeg Ampitheatre Arena
Kimberley Dynamiters defeat the Sudbury Falcons 2-0
Photo

Sudbury Falcons 0 at Kimberley Dynamiters 2
Sudbury Falcons 3 at Kimberley Dynamiters 4  OT



1934-1935 at Halifax
Halifax Wolverines defeat the Port Arthur Bear-Cats 2-0

Port Arthur Bear-Cats 2 at Halifax Wolverines 3
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 3 at Halifax Wolverines 4



1933-1934 at Toronto
Moncton Hawks defeat the Fort William Blues 2-1

Fort William Blues 3 at Moncton Hawks 2
Fort William Blues 2 at Moncton Hawks 4
Fort William Blues 1 at Moncton Hawks 5



1932-1933 at Vancouver
Moncton Hawks defeat the  Saskatoon Quakers 2-0

Moncton Hawks 3 at Saskatoon Quakers 0
Moncton Hawks 2 at Saskatoon Quakers 0



1931-1932 at Montreal
Fort William Blues defeat the Toronto Nationals 2-0

Fort William Blues 4 at Toronto Nationals 6  double OT
Fort William Blues 0 at Toronto Nationals 1 OT



1930-1931 at Winnipeg
Winnipeg 'pegs defeat the Hamilton Tigers 2-0

Hamilton Tigers 1 at Winnipeg 'pegs 2
Hamilton Tigers 1 at Winnipeg 'pegs 3



1929-1930  at Toronto
Montreal AAA defeat the Port Arthur Bear-Cats 2-0

Port Arthur Bear-Cats 0 at Montreal AAA 6
Port Arthur Bear-Cats 1 at Montreal AAA 2  double OT



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1928-1929 at Winnipeg
Port Arthur wins two game, total goal series 8 GF, 3 GA

Montreal Victorias 1 at Port Arthur 1
Montreal Vicotrias 2 at Port Arthur 7



1927-1928 at Ottawa
University of Manitoba defeat the Montreal Victorias  2-1-0

University of Manitoba Bisons 0 at Montreal Victorias 2
Univsrsity of Manitoba Bisons 6 at Montreal Victorias 3
University of Manitoba Bisons 1 at Montreal Victorias 0
 



1926-27  Best-of-three Final Played at: Denman Street Arena, Vancouver, B.C.

University of Toronto Grads defeat Fort William Thundering Herd   2-1-1

Fri. Mar 25    University of Toronto 2 at Fort William 2 (triple overtime)       Attendance: 10,000
Sun. Mar 27  University of Toronto 2 at Fort William 3                                  Attendance: 10,000
Wed Mar 30  University of Toronto 4 at Fort William 1                                 Attendance: 10,000
Fri. Apr 1      University of Toronto 2 at Fort William 1 (double overtime)

Story on Fred Kearney, goaltender  of the Fort William Thundering Herd

March 25 gate is the largest ever for an amateur hockey game west of the Great Lakes to this date



 

1925-1926 at Montreal & Toronto
Port Arthur defeats University of  Toronto 2-1-1

Port Arthur 1 at University of Toronto 0
Port Arthur 1 at University of Toronto 2  OT
Port Arthur 3 at University of Toronto 3  triple OT
Port Arthur  2 at University of Toronto 1  double OT


1924-1925 at Winnipeg
Port Arthur Bear-Cats defeat the University of Toronto Varsity  2-0-0

University of Toronto Varsity 0 at Port Arthur Bear-Cats 4
University of Toronto Varsity 2 at Port Arthur Bear-Cats 3



1923-24 At Toronto
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds

Sault Ste.Marie Greyhounds defeat the Winnipeg Selkirks   Two Game Total Goals   6-3

Mar 27 Sault Ste.Marie Greyhounds 6 Winnipeg Selkirks 2
Mar 29 Winnipeg Selkirks 1  Sault Ste.Marie Greyhounds  0



1922-1923  At Winnipeg
Toronto Granites
Represented Canada at the 1924 Olympics

Toronto Granites defeat the Universtity of Saskatchewan  Two Game Total Goals  11-2

March 20   Toronto Granties 6  University of  Saskatchewn 1
March 22   Toronto Granites 5  University of  Saskatchewan 1



1921-1922 At Toronto
Toronto Granites

Toronto Granites defeat the Regina Victoria   Two Game Total Goals  13-2

March 20   Toronto Granties 6  Regina Victorias 2
March 22   Toronto Granites 7  Regina Victorias 0



1920-1921  At Winnipeg
University of Toronto

University of Toronto beat Brandon 8-3   Two game total goal series

Brandon 2   University of  Toronto 0
University of  Toronto 8 Brandon 1



1919-1920  At Toronto
Winnipeg Falcons

Winnipeg Falcons defeat University of Toronto 11-5   Two game total goal series

Winnipeg Falcons 8 Universtity of Toronto 3
Winnipeg Falcons 3 Universtity of Toronto 2
 

From World War to World Champions: The Winnipeg Falcons
by Eric Zweig



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1918-1919  At Toronto
Hamilton Tigers

Hamilton Tigers defeat Winnipeg Selkirk 7-6   Two game total goal series

Hamilton Tigers 6  Winnipeg Selkirk 1
Winnipeg Selkirk 5 Hamilton Tigers 1



1917-1918   At Toronto
Kitchener Greenshirts

Kitchener Greenshirts  defeat Winnipeg Ypres 6-4  Two goal Total series

Winnipeg Ypres 3  Kitchener Greenshirts  2
Kitchener Greenshirts 4  Winnipeg Ypres 1



1916-1917
Toronto Dentals

Toronto Dentals defeat Winnipeg Victorias 13-12   Two goal total series

Mar 16 Toronto Dentals 9 Winnipeg Victorias 6
Mar 19  Winnipeg Victorias 6 Toronto Dentals 3

The Mar 19 game had ended 6-3 in regulation time, which tied the series at 12-12 in total.
Ruby Milan scored winner for Toronto Dentals at 7:17 of overtime.


1915-1916  At Winnipeg
Winnipeg 61st Battalion

Winnipeg 61st Battalion defeat Regina Two Game Total Goal 13-3
Winnipeg 61st Battalion  5  Regina 1
Winnipeg 61st Battalion  8  Regina 2

Winnipeg 61st Battallion won championship from Winnipeg Monarchs and
successfully defended cup against Fort William and Regina, in Winnipeg. (This
appears to be more like the pre 1914-15 format)



Note on Early Allan Cup Games
The first Allan Cup was simply presented to the Ottawa
Cliffsides as champion of the league they were in (the Interprovincial
League), much in the same way the first Stanley Cup was awarded to the
Montreal AAA.

In the early days, the Allan Cup was a challenge cup, just as the Stanley Cup
was, so it appears there was often more than one championship series in a
year.

After 1914, the Cup was decided in a more modern-like playoff format with a
series of games that actually led up to one official Allan Cup final series.



 1914-1915  At Melville Saskatchewan
Winnipeg Monarchs defeat Melville Millionaires in Two Game Total Goal Series 7-6

Mar 10 Melville Millionaires 4 Winnipeg Monarchs 3
Mar 12  Winnipeg Monarchs 4  Melville Millionaires 2

Melville Millionaires  defeat Toronto Victorias   Two game total goal 15-11  At Melville
Mar 6   Melville Millionaires 8 Toronto Victorias 8
Mar 8  Melville Millionaires 7  Toronto Victorias 3

Melville Millionaires won Saskatchewan championship and right to defend the cup.
They defeated Toronto Victorias, in Winnipeg, but were themselves beaten by the
Winnipeg Monarchs, who had previously beaten Fort William and
Edmonton.



1913-1914  At Regina
Regina Victorias

Winnipeg Monarchs won championship of own league and defeated Kenora
in cup games, but lost cup to Regina in Winnipeg.
Regina successfully defended against Grande Mere, at Regina.

Mar 11   Winnipeg Monarchs 6  Kenora 2 (1-game series)                      At Winnipeg
Mar 13   Regina Victorias  5  Winnipeg Monarchs 4   (1-game series) At Winnipeg

Mar 16  Regina Victorias  6   Grand Mere   4       At Regina
Mar 18  Regina Victorias  4   Grande Mere 1       At Regina



1912-1913   At Winnipeg
Winnipeg Hockey Club

Winnipeg Hockey Club won championship from Winnipeg Victorias
Defended cup against Moose Jaw and Edmonton in Winnipeg.

March 11  Winnipegs 6 Moose Jaw 0
March 13 Winnipegs 10 Moose Jaw 3
March 15 Winnipegs 9 Edmonton 6
March 17 Winnipegs 9 Edmonton 2



1911-1912  At Winnipeg
Winnipeg Victorias

Winnipeg Victorias defended cup against Toronto Eatons , Calgary  and Regina

Mar 5    Winnipeg Victorias 11 Calgary 0
Mar 7    Winnipeg Victorias 8  Calgary 6

Mar 9    Winnipeg Victorias 8  Toronto Eatons  4
Mar 11  Winnipeg Victorias 16 Toronto Eatons 1

Mar 14  Winnipeg Victorias 9  Regina  3   (One-game series)



1910-1911
Winnipeg Victorias

Winnipeg Victorias awarded cup by default when OHA refused to allow
a team to play in middle of season.
Winnipeg Victorias defended cup against Kenora in Winnipeg.

Mon Feb 27  Winnipeg Victoria 12  Kenora 5
Wed Mar 1    Kenora 5 Winnipeg 4

Winnipeg Wins Two game total goals 16 Kenora 10



1909-1910   At Kingston and Toronto
Toronto St. Michael's

Queen's retains the Allan Cup by repeating as champions of the Canadian Intercollegiate Hockey Union.

- First challenge game for Cup this year is Ottawa Cliffsides vs Queen's (at Kingston) on March 12, 1910, won by Queen's 6-3.

- Next challenge is St. Michael's vs Queen's (at Kingston) on March 16, 1910, won by St. Michael's 5-4

- Final challenge game this season is St. Michael's vs Sherbrooke (at Toronto) on March 19, 1910, won by St. Michael's 8-3.
 



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1909  At Ottawa Mar 15,1909
Kingston Queen's University

Queens University (Kingston) defeat  the Ottawa Cliffsides 5-4

Cup presented by Sir Montague Allan of Montreal



1909  Mar 6
Ottawa Cliffsides

Article Montreal Gazette -Cliffsides clinch Interprovincial title

The first Allan Cup was simply presented to the Ottawa  Cliffsides as champion of the league they were in (the Interprovincial
League), much in the same way the first Stanley Cup was awarded to the Montreal AAA.

The Cup was presented in Feb 1909 and Ottawa clinche the Inter-Provincial League title on Mar 6,1909 by beating the Montreal AAA 9-7.   On Mar 15,1909 they  lost the challenge to Queens University
Thus there were two winners of the Cup in 1909 and not 1908 as it had been reported



Ottawa Cliffsides, the year after winning the first Cup


 



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