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The 1985 Air Canada Cup was Canada's seventh annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, which was played April 16 – 20, 1985 at the Regina Agridome in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Lions du Lac St-Louis from Quebec won their second national title, defeating the host Regina Pat Canadians in the gold medal game. The Calgary Buffaloes won the bronze medal. [1][2] Future National Hockey League players playing in this tournament were Benoit Brunet, Dean Chynoweth, Kevin Dahl, Claude Lapointe, Don MacLean, Lyle Odelein, Cam Russell, and Peter White.

TeamsEdit

Result Team Region City
Gold medal icon Flag of Quebec Lions du Lac St-Louis Quebec Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC
Silver medal icon Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians Host Regina, SK
Bronze medal icon Flag of Alberta Calgary Buffaloes Pacific Calgary, AB
4 Flag of Nova Scotia Dartmouth Forbes Atlantic Dartmouth, NS
5 Flag of Ontario Toronto Red Wings Central Toronto, ON
6 Flag of Ontario Thunder Bay Comets West Thunder Bay, ON

Round robinEdit

StandingsEdit

Rank Team W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians 4-1-0 24 12 8
2 Flag of Quebec Lions du Lac St-Louis 4-1-0 28 15 8
3 Flag of Nova Scotia Dartmouth Forbes 2-2-1 24 16 5
4 Flag of Alberta Calgary Buffaloes 2-2-1 20 17 5
5 Flag of Ontario Toronto Red Wings 1-2-2 14 18 4
6 Flag of Ontario Thunder Bay Comets 0-5-0 7 29 0

ScoresEdit

  • Calgary 4 - Regina 1
  • Toronto 4 - Thunder Bay 1
  • Lac St-Louis 7 - Dartmouth 4
  • Regina 4 - Toronto 2
  • Lac St-Louis 5 - Thunder Bay 1
  • Dartmouth 5 - Toronto 5
  • Lac St-Louis 7 - Calgary 2
  • Regina 10 - Dartmouth 3

  • Calgary 11 - Thunder Bay 2
  • Regina 7 - Lac St-Louis3
  • Calgary 2 - Toronto 2
  • Dartmouth 7 - Thunder Bay 3
  • Lac St-Louis 6 - Toronto 1
  • Regina 2 - Thunder Bay 0
  • Dartmouth 5 - Calgary 1

PlayoffsEdit

Semi-FinalsEdit

  • Regina 5 - Calgary 1
  • Lac St-Louis 5 - Dartmouth 4 (2OT)

Bronze medal gameEdit

  • Calgary 4 - Dartmouth 1

Gold medal gameEdit

  • Lac St-Louis 5 - Regina 2

Individual awardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Flag of Saskatchewan Craig Suchan (Regina)
  • Top Scorer: Flag of Nova Scotia Hal Turner (Dartmouth), Flag of Nova Scotia Colin Power (Dartmouth)[2]
  • Top Forward: Flag of Quebec Claude Lapointe (Lac St-Louis)[2]
  • Top Defenceman: Flag of Quebec Shawn Anderson (Lac St-Louis)[2]
  • Top Goaltender: Flag of Saskatchewan Craig Suchan (Regina)[2]
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Flag of Alberta Bryan Bosch (Calgary)[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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