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The 2017 Telus Cup was Canada's 39th annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, contested April 24 – 30, 2017 at the CN Centre in Prince George, British Columbia. The Cape Breton West Islanders defeated the Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François 5-4 in overtime to win the gold medal, becoming the first team from Atlantic Canada to win a national midget championship.[1][2]

TeamsEdit

Result Team Region City
Gold medal icon Flag of Nova Scotia Cape Breton West Islanders Atlantic Port Hood, Nova Scotia
Silver medal icon Flag of Quebec Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François Quebec Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Quebec
Bronze medal icon Flag of Ontario Mississauga Rebels Central Mississauga, Ontario
4 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians West Regina, Saskatchewan
5 Flag of Alberta Leduc Oil Kings Pacific Leduc, Alberta
6 Flag of British Columbia Cariboo Cougars Host Prince George, BC

Round robinEdit

Standings
Rank Team W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Flag of Ontario Mississauga Rebels 3-1-1 13 8 7
2 Flag of Quebec Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François 3-2-0 16 12 6
3 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians 2-2-1 18 17 5
4 Flag of Nova Scotia Cape Breton West Islanders 2-3-0 11 12 4
5 Flag of Alberta Leduc Oil Kings 2-3-0 16 18 4
6 Flag of British Columbia Cariboo Cougars 1-2-2 11 18 4

Tiebreaker: Head-to-head record, most wins, highest goal differential.

Schedule & Results
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes Date
1 Cape Breton 2 Séminaire Saint-François 1 Final April 24
2 Mississauga 5 Regina 2 Final April 24
3 Cariboo 1 Leduc 4 Final April 24
4 Mississauga 4 Séminaire Saint-François 0 Final April 25
5 Leduc 1 Cape Breton 4 Final April 25
6 Regina 3 Cariboo 3 Final April 25
7 Leduc 4 Mississauga 1 Final April 26
8 Séminaire Saint-François 3 Regina 2 Final April 26
9 Cariboo 4 Cape Breton 3 Final April 26
10 Regina 6 Leduc 4 Final April 27
11 Cape Breton 0 Mississauga 1 Final April 27
12 Séminaire Saint-François 6 Cariboo 1 Final April 27
13 Cape Breton 2 Regina 5 Final April 28
14 Séminaire Saint-François 3 Leduc 6 Final April 28
15 Mississauga 2 Cariboo 2 Final April 28

PlayoffsEdit

Results
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes Date
Semi 1 Regina 3 Séminaire Saint-François 4 OT Final April 29
Semi 2 Cape Breton 2 Mississauga 1 Final April 29
Bronze Regina 1 Mississauga 4 Final April 30
Gold Cape Breton 5 Séminaire Saint-François 4 OT Final April 30

Individual awardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Flag of Nova Scotia Jacob Hudson (Cape Breton)
  • Top Scorer: Flag of Quebec Maxime Collin (Séminaire Saint-François)
  • Top Forward: Flag of Alberta Dillon Hamaliuk (Leduc)
  • Top Defensive Player: Flag of British Columbia Jeremy Gervais (Cariboo)
  • Top Goaltender: Flag of Ontario Christian Purboo (Mississauga)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Flag of Quebec Maxime Collin (Séminaire Saint-François)
  • Esso Scholarship: Flag of Nova Scotia Dylan MacDonald (Cape Breton)

Road to the Telus CupEdit

Atlantic RegionEdit

Cape Breton West Islanders advance by winning tournament played March 30–April 2, 2017 in Miramichi, New Brunswick.[3]

Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Flag of Nova Scotia Cape Breton West Islanders NSMMHL 3-1-0 20 11 6
2 Flag of New Brunswick Moncton Flyers NBPEIMMHL 3-1-0 18 11 6
3 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's Maple Leafs NLMMHL 3-1-0 18 11 6
4 Flag of New Brunswick Miramichi Rivermen Host 1-3-0 13 24 2
5 Flag of Prince Edward Island Kensington WIld NBPEIMMHL 0-4-0 5 17 0
Championship Game
Away Team Score Home Team Score
Flag of New Brunswick Moncton 2 Flag of Nova Scotia Cape Breton 3

QuébecEdit

Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François advance by winning Quebec Midget AAA Hockey League championship series.

Best-of-7 series
Rank Team W–L GF GA
1 Flag of Quebec Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François 4-0 14 9
2 Flag of Quebec Estacades de Trois-Rivières 0-4 9 14

Central RegionEdit

Mississauga Rebels advance by winning tournament played March 26–April 2, 2016 in Sudbury, Ontario.[4]

Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Flag of Ontario Mississauga Rebels GTHL 3-0-2 19 10 8
2 Flag of Ontario Windsor Jr. Spitfires Alliance 4-1-0 21 11 8
3 Flag of Ontario Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves Host 2-1-2 19 14 6
4 Flag of Ontario North Bay Trappers GNML 2-3-0 13 22 4
5 Flag of Ontario Oakville Rangers OMHA 1-2-2 20 13 4
6 Flag of Ontario Cornwall Colts HEO 0-5-0 4 26 0
Playoff Round
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score
SF 1 Flag of Ontario Sudbury 2 Flag of Ontario Windsor 3
SF 2 Flag of Ontario North Bay 1 Flag of Ontario Mississauga 3
Final Flag of Ontario Windsor 0 Flag of Ontario Mississauga 4

West RegionEdit

Regina Pat Canadians advance by winning tournament played March 30–April 2, 2017 at the T.G. Smith Centre in Steinbach, Manitoba.[5][6]

Round Robin
Rank Team Qualification W–L-T GF GA Pts
1 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians SMAAAHL 3-0-0 13 4 6
2 Flag of Ontario Thunder Bay Kings HNO 2-1-0 10 8 4
3 Flag of Manitoba Eastman Selects Host 1-2-0 9 14 2
4 Flag of Manitoba Winnipeg Wild MMAAAHL 0-3-0 6 12 0
Championship Game
Away Team Score Home Team Score
Flag of Ontario Thunder Bay 2 Flag of Saskatchewan Regina 4

Pacific RegionEdit

Series not played: Leduc Oil Kings advance automatically as Cariboo Cougars are the national host team.

Best-of-3 series
Rank Team Qualification W–L GF GA
- Flag of Alberta Leduc Oil Kings AMHL - - -
- Flag of British Columbia Cariboo Cougars BCMMHL - - -

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Telus Cup bringing top midgets to P.G. in 2017", Prince George Citizen, June 7, 2015. 
  2. "Prince George, BC, to host 2017 Telus Cup", Hockey Canada, September 18, 2015. 
  3. Meeting and Events Schedule 2016-17. Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. Retrieved on December 25, 2016.
  4. "Nickel Capital Wolves start building roster", Nickel Capital Wolves Start Building Roster, August 17, 2016. 
  5. "Selects Hosting 2017 Telus Cup Western Regionals", SteinbachOnline.com, June 14, 2016. 
  6. Telus Cup West.

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