The 2014 Telus Cup was Canada's 36th annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, played April 21 – 27, 2014 at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.[1] The Prince Albert Mintos defeated the Grenadiers de Châteauguay in the third overtime period of the gold medal game, which was the longest in Telus Cup history. It was the third national title for the Mintos.[2] The Okanagan Rockets won the bronze medal game, becoming the first British Columbian team to win a medal since 1996.[3]

Teams[edit | edit source]

Result Team Region City
1 Flag of Saskatchewan Prince Albert Mintos West Prince Albert, SK
2 Flag of Quebec Grenadiers de Châteauguay Quebec Châteauguay, QC
3 Flag of British Columbia Okaganan Rockets Pacific Kelowna, BC
4 Flag of Ontario Toronto Young Nationals Central Toronto, ON
5 Flag of Nova Scotia Halifax McDonald's Atlantic Halifax, NS
6 Flag of Saskatchewan Moose Jaw Generals Host Moose Jaw, SK

Round robin[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

x- Clinched semi-final berth; y- Clinched first overall

Rank Team W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Saskatchewan y - Prince Albert Mintos 3-0-2 11 3 8
2 Flag of Ontario x - Toronto Young Nationals 3-2-0 13 18 6
3 Flag of Quebec x - Grenadiers de Châteauguay 2-1-2 16 12 6
4 Flag of British Columbia x - Okanagan Rockets 1-1-3 22 14 5
5 Flag of Nova Scotia Halifax McDonald's 1-3-1 10 19 3
6 Flag of Saskatchewan Moose Jaw Generals 0-3-2 9 15 2

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Round Robin Schedule
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes Date
1 Prince Albert 4 Toronto 1 Final April, 21
2 Châteauguay 3 Okanagan 3 Final April, 21
3 Halifax 2 Moose Jaw 2 Final April, 21
4 Prince Albert 1 Châteauguay 1 Final April, 22
5 Toronto 3 Halifax 0 Final April, 22
6 Moose Jaw 3 Okanagan 3 Final April, 22
7 Halifax 3 Châteauguay 7 Final April, 23
8 Okanagan 1 Prince Albert 1 Final April, 23
9 Toronto 4 Moose Jaw 2 Final April, 23
10 Okanagan 4 Halifax 5 Final April, 24
11 Châteauguay 1 Toronto 3 FInal April, 24
12 Moose Jaw 0 Prince Albert 2 Final April, 24
13 Okanagan 11 Toronto 2 Final April, 25
14 Halifax 0 Prince Albert 3 Final April, 25
15 Châteauguay 4 Moose Jaw 2 Final April, 25

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

  Semifinals                    
  1  Flag of Saskatchewan Prince Albert 6  
  4  Flag of British Columbia Okanagan 3   Gold Medal Game
      1  Flag of Saskatchewan Prince Albert 4
  Semifinals   3  Flag of Quebec Châteauguay 3
  2  Flag of Ontario Toronto 1
  3  Flag of Quebec Châteauguay 6   Bronze Medal Game
    2  Flag of Ontario Toronto 2
    4  Flag of British Columbia Okanagan 3

Individual awards[edit | edit source]

  • Most Valuable Player: Flag of Saskatchewan Lane Michasiw (Prince Albert)
  • Top Scorer: Flag of British Columbia Tanner Wishnowski (Okanagan)
  • Top Forward: Flag of British Columbia Tanner Wishnowski (Okanagan)
  • Top Defenceman: Flag of Saskatchewan Dawson Davidson (Moose Jaw)
  • Top Goaltender: Flag of Saskatchewan Lane Michasiw and Connor Ingram (Prince Albert)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Flag of British Columbia Liam Finlay (Okanagan)
  • Esso Scholarship: Flag of Ontario Oliver Jacobs (Toronto)

Road to the Telus Cup[edit | edit source]

Atlantic Region[edit | edit source]

Tournament held April 3 – 6, 2014 at the Pictou County Wellness Centre in, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.[4]
Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Nova Scotia Halifax McDonald's NSMMHL 5-0-0 16 3 8
2 Flag of New Brunswick Saint John Vitos NBPEIMMHL 3-2-0 14 11 6
3 Flag of Nova Scotia Pictou County Weeks Host 2-2-0 9 9 4
4 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador Central IcePak NLMMHL 1-3-0 10 8 2
5 Flag of Prince Edward Island Kensington Wild NBPEIMMHL 0-4-0 8 16 0
Championship Game
Halifax 5 - Saint John 4
Halifax advances to Telus Cup

Québec[edit | edit source]

Ligue de Hockey Midget AAA du Quebec championship series[5]
Best-of-7 series
Rank Team W-L GF GA
1 Flag of Quebec Grenadiers de Châteauguay 4-3 28 24
2 Flag of Quebec Phénix du Collège Esther-Blondin 3-4 24 28
Châteauguay advances to Telus Cup

Central Region[edit | edit source]

Tournament held March 31 – April 6, 2014 at the Markham Centennial Centre in Markham, Ontario.[6]
Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Ontario Ajax-Pickering Raiders OMHA 5-0-0 22 11 10
2 Flag of Ontario Markham Waxers Host 4-1-0 26 12 8
3 Flag of Ontario Toronto Nationals GTHL 3-2-0 18 18 6
4 Flag of Ontario Ottawa Senators OEMHL 2-3-0 17 21 4
5 Flag of Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves GNML 1-4-0 9 16 2
6 Flag of Ontario London Jr. Knights Alliance 0-5-0 14 28 0
Semi Finals
Ottawa 1 - Ajax-Pickering 0
Toronto 6 - Markham 1
Bronze Medal Game
Ajax-Pickering 6 - Markham 0
Gold Medal Game
Toronto 4 - Ottawa 2
Toronto advances to Telus Cup

West Region[edit | edit source]

Tournament held April 3 – 6, 2014 at the Art Hauser Centre in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.[7]
Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Flag of Saskatchewan Notre Dame Argos SMAAAHL 2-0-1 10 4 5
2 Flag of Saskatchewan Prince Albert Mintos Host 2-1-0 6 8 4
3 Flag of Manitoba Winnipeg Wild MMAAAHL 1-2-0 13 8 2
4 Flag of Ontario Thunder Bay Kings HNO 0-2-1 5 14 1
Championship Game
Prince Albert 4 - Notre Dame 3
Prince Albert advances to Telus Cup

Pacific Region[edit | edit source]

Best-of-3 playoff series held April 4–6, 2014 played at the Red Deer Arena in Red Deer, Alberta[8]
Best-of-3 series
Rank Team Qualification W-L GF GA
1 Flag of British Columbia Okanagan Rockets BCMML 2-1 7 10
2 Flag of Alberta Red Deer Chiefs AMHL 1-2 10 7
Okanagan advances to Telus Cup

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Moose Jaw a good choice for Telus Cup. Moose Jaw Times. Retrieved on December 15, 2012.
  2. "Boutin nets winner in triple overtime to lead Mintos to Telus Cup title", Prince Albert Herald, April 27, 2014. Retrieved on April 28, 2014. 
  3. "Boutin Scores in Triple OT; Prince Albert wins Telus Cup", TSN.ca, April 27, 2014. Retrieved on April 28, 2014. 
  4. 2014 Major Midget Atlantics schedule. Hockeyscene.com. Retrieved on April 6, 2014.
  5. Quebec Midget Hockey League. liguemidgetaaa.ca.
  6. Markham Waxers To Host 2014 TELUS Cup Central Regional Championship. MidgetAAACanada.com. Retrieved on December 15, 2013.
  7. Mintos to host 2014 Western Regionals. PrinceAlbertNow.com. Retrieved on December 15, 2013.
  8. "Chiefs Win Fifth Straight Provincial Title", 1067thedrive.fm, March 28, 2014. Retrieved on March 29, 2014. 

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