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The 1994 Air Canada Cup was Canada's 16th annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, which was played April 18 – 24, 1994 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba. The Regina Pat Canadians defeated the Red Deer Chiefs in double overtime of the gold medal game to win the national title. The Intrépide de Gatineau won the bronze medal game. Daniel Brière of Gatineau led the tournament in scoring, while Chris Mason of Red Deer was named Top Goaltender.[1]

TeamsEdit

Result Team Region City
Gold medal icon Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians West Regina, SK
Silver medal icon Flag of Alberta Red Deer Chiefs Pacific Red Deer, AB
Bronze medal icon Flag of Quebec Intrépide de Gatineau Quebec Gatineau, QC
4 Flag of Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capitals Central Sudbury, ON
5 Flag of Nova Scotia Halifax McDonald's Atlantic Halifax, NS
6 Flag of Manitoba Brandon Wheat Kings Host Brandon, MB

Round robinEdit

StandingsEdit

Rank Team W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Alberta Red Deer Chiefs 4-1-0 21 16 8
2 Flag of Quebec Intrépide de Gatineau 3-2-0 27 18 6
3 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians 3-2-0 17 14 4
4 Flag of Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capitals 2-3-0 18 20 4
5 Flag of Nova Scotia Halifax McDonald's 2-3-0 24 25 4
6 Flag of Manitoba Brandon Wheat Kings 0-5-0 11 25 0

ScoresEdit

  • Sudbury 5 - Brandon 2
  • Regina 3 - Gatineau 2
  • Red Deer 6 - Halifax 5
  • Gatineau 5 - Brandon 3
  • Sudbury 5 - Halifax 4
  • Regina 5 - Brandon 1
  • Red Deer 4 - Sudbury 1
  • Halifax 7 - Gatineau 6

  • Sudbury 4 - Regina 3
  • Red Deer 5 - Brandon 1
  • Regina 4 - Halifax 3
  • Gatineau 7 - Sudbury 3
  • Red Deer 4 - Regina 2
  • Halifax 5 - Brandon 4
  • Gatineau 7 - Red Deer 2

PlayoffsEdit

Semi-FinalsEdit

  • Red Deer 5 - Sudbury 1
  • Regina 3 - Gatineau 1

Bronze medal gameEdit

  • Gatineau 5 - Sudbury 1

Gold medal gameEdit

  • Regina 3 - Red Deer 2 2OT

Individual awardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Flag of Alberta Tyler Barabonoff (Red Deer)
  • Top Scorer: Flag of Quebec Daniel Brière (Gatineau)
  • Top Forward: Flag of Quebec Daniel Brière (Gatineau)
  • Top Defenceman: Flag of Alberta Tyler Barabonoff (Red Deer)
  • Top Goaltender: Flag of Alberta Chris Mason (Red Deer)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Flag of Saskatchewan Joel Irving (Regina)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. TELUS40. Hockey Canada. Retrieved on April 15, 2013.

External linksEdit

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