|HUMBOLDT CAPTURES 2003 ROYAL BANK CUP
Humboldt Broncos, who were the West Region Champions for the 2003 Royal Bank Cup, have gone the distance and
captured the Royal Bank Cup, Canada’s National Junior A Hockey Championship. The Broncos defeated the Camrose
Kodiaks 3-1 on Sunday afternoon, in front of a boisterous crowd of 2,125 at the Charlottetown Civic
Humboldt took a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals from Matt Brown and Kris Kasper, before Camrose
answered with a late power play goal from Matt McKnight with only 11 seconds to play in the first frame. » more
» Championship Game Summary
EXPERIENCING THE ROYAL BANK CUP WENT FURTHER THAN JUST ATTENDING GAMES
Hockey games were not the only exciting events that people in Charlottetown got to experience at the Royal
Bank Cup National Junior “A” Championship.
To start off the tournament, Royal Bank, the title sponsor of the tournament, held a barbeque before the
tournament began for anyone who wished to attend. The barbeque attracted 2,500 people. » more
Semi-finals set for 2003 Royal bank Cup; Awards and Scholarship handed out.
Four teams are set to go head to head to earn a berth in the 2003 Royal Bank Cup Championship game. » more
HUMBOLDT CAPTURE FIRST NATIONAL JUNIOR "A" CHAMPIONSHIP
The Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League are the 2003 Royal Bank Cup champions.» more
|AWARD WINNERS: » view photos
RBC Finanacial Group Canadian Junior "A" Player of the Year Award
2003 Royal Bank cup Awards and Scholarship
Most Valuable Player – Craig Olynick (Humboldt)
Top Scorer – Josh Podaima (Humboldt)
Top Forward – Carl Gagnon (Lennoxville)
Top Defencemen – Craig Olynick (Humboldt)
Top Goaltender – Mike Brodeur (Camrose)
Most Sportsmanlike Player – Travis Friedley (Camrose)
RBC Financial Group Junior “A” Scholarship National Winner – Donald Johnstone (Truro)
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Award winners on hand to watch semi final matchups
It’s a bittersweet feeling for the RBC Financial Canadian Junior “A” Player-of-the-year.
Mark Bomersback, a forward with the Canmore Eagles of the Alberta Junior Hockey League just watched the
Camrose Kodiaks advance to the final game of the Royal Bank Cup. The same Kodiaks team who eliminated his
team from contention in the 2003 playoffs. » more
Air Canada Cup experience prepares young players for bigger things
For three Camrose Kodiaks, the Air Canada Cup provided a wealth of experience on the national stage.
Kyle Smith, Matt McKnight and MacGregor Sharp were members of the Red Deer Chiefs, who represented the
Pacific region at the 2002 national midget championship.
The advantage these players enjoyed from participating in the Air Canada Cup is invaluable and helped them in
their efforts to make the championship game of the Royal Bank Cup.» more