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The 1989 Air Canada Cup was Canada's 11th annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, which was played in April 1989 at Memorial Stadium in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. In a rematch of the previous year's gold medal game, the Calgary Buffaloes defeated the defending champion Regina Pat Canadians to win the gold medal. The Wexford Raiders from Ontario won the bronze.

TeamsEdit

Result Team Region City
Gold medal icon Flag of Alberta Calgary Buffaloes Pacific Calgary, AB
Silver medal icon Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians West Regina, SK
Bronze medal icon Flag of Ontario Wexford Raiders Central Toronto, ON
4 Flag of Quebec Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy Quebec Ste-Foy, QC
5 Flag of Nova Scotia Antigonish Novas Atlantic Antigonish, NS
6 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's Capitals Host St. John's, NL

Round robinEdit

StandingsEdit

Rank Team W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Ontario Wexford Raiders 5-0-0 18 10 10
2 Flag of Quebec Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy 3-2-0 21 9 6
3 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadiens 3-2-0 22 13 6
4 Flag of Alberta Calgary Buffaloes 3-2-0 17 11 6
5 Flag of Nova Scotia Antigonish Novas 1-4-0 8 21 2
6 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's Capitals 0-5-0 7 29 0

ScoresEdit

  • Wexford 7 - St. John's 4
  • Ste-Foy 7 - Antigonish 0
  • Regina 6 - Calgary 2
  • Antigonish 4 - St. John's 0
  • Wexford 3 - Ste-Foy 2
  • Regina 7 - St. John's 1
  • Calgary 3 - Ste. Foy 1
  • Wexford 3 - Antigonish 2

  • Calgary 6 - St. John's 1
  • Ste-Foy 6 - Regina 2
  • Wexford 3 - Calgary 2
  • Ste-Foy 5 - St. John'[s 1
  • Wexford 2 - Regina 1
  • Calgary 5 - Antigonish 0

PlayoffsEdit

Semi-FinalsEdit

  • Calgary 5 - Wexford 4
  • Regina 3 - Ste-Foy 2

Bronze medal gameEdit

  • Wexford 7 - Ste-Foy 2

Gold medal gameEdit

  • Calgary 4 - Regina 3

Individual awardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Flag of Ontario Steve Smith (Wexford)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Flag of Ontario Kelly Harper (Wexford)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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