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The 1986 Air Canada Cup was Canada's eighth annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, which was played April 15–19, 1986 at the Moncton Coliseum in Moncton, New Brunswick. The Notre Dame Hounds from Wilcox, Saskatchewan won their second national title, defeating the Toronto Redwings in the gold medal game. The Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy won the bronze medal. Future National Hockey League players competing in this tournament were Rod Brind'Amour, Scott Pellerin, Frederic Chabot, Michel Picard, Yves Racine, and most notably, future Hall of Famer Joe Sakic, who was a member of the Burnaby Hawks.[1][2]

Teams

Result Team Region City
1 Flag of Saskatchewan Notre Dame Hounds West Wilcox, SK
2 Flag of Ontario Toronto Redwings Central Toronto, ON
3 Flag of Quebec Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy Quebec Ste-Foy, QC
4 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's Avalon Atlantic St. John's, NL
5 Flag of New Brunswick Moncton Flyers Host Moncton, NB
6 Flag of British Columbia Burnaby Hawks Pacific Burnaby, BC

Round robin

Standings

Rank Team W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Saskatchewan Notre Dame Hounds 5-0-0 33 10 10
2 Flag of Quebec Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy 4-1-0 31 14 8
3 Flag of Ontario Toronto Red Wings 2-2-1 20 26 5
4 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's Avalon 1-3-1 18 34 3
5 Flag of New Brunswick Moncton Flyers 1-4-0 24 34 2
6 Flag of British Columbia Burnaby Hawks 1-4-0 16 24 2

Scores

  • Moncton 8 - Burnaby 5
  • Toronto 4 - St. John's 4
  • Notre Dame 3 - Ste-Foy 1
  • Toronto 6 - Moncton 2
  • Ste-Foy 11 - St. John's 2
  • Notre Dame 10 - Toronto 1
  • Ste-Foy 4 - Burnaby 1
  • Notre Dame 7 - Moncton 4

  • Burnaby 5 - St. John's 2
  • Ste-Foy 9 - Moncton 5
  • Toronto 6 - Burnaby 4
  • Ste-Foy 6 - Toronto 3
  • Notre Dame 9 - St. John's 3
  • St. John's 7 - Moncton 5
  • Notre Dame 4 - Burnaby 1

Playoffs

Semi-Finals

  • Notre Dame 10 - St. John's 1
  • Toronto 7 - Ste- Foy 4

Bronze medal game

  • Ste-Foy 7 - St. John's 6

Gold medal game

  • Notre Dame 8 - Toronto 5

Individual awards

See also

References

External links

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