2018 RBC Cup | National Junior A Hockey Championship

2018 RBC Cup | National Junior A Hockey Championship

Will Calverley, Corey Andonovski and Tommy Lee scored less than eight minutes apart in the third period, and the Chiefs erased a one-goal deficit to win the RBC Cup.
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Corey Andonovski owns the biggest goal in Chiefs history, scoring the GWG to give the hosts their first national title.
How many CJHL games were played this season? How many goals were scored? How do the Chiefs and Dukes match up?
Daniel McKitrick has gone where the hockey is, a path than has taken him to seven different teams and a pair of RBC Cups.
Chris Van Os-Shaw rededicated himself this season, and was rewarded as the RBC CJHL National Player of the Year.
After 15 years at the helm of the B.C. Hockey League, John Grisdale is ready to take on new challenges in the game.
One of the best Chiefs ever, Jeff Tambellini was front and centre the last time Chilliwack made a run to the RBC Cup.
John Druce took an unusual route to a familiar place, leading Wellington to the RBC Cup in search of a second title.
Few teams did it better at both ends of the ice than the West Region champions, who fashioned a +166 goal differential.
After an up-and-down regular season and a quick exit in the playoffs, the RBC Cup hosts are ready to welcome the nation.
The Pacific Region champions have been all but unstoppable in the playoffs, taking 3-0 leads in four of five series.
A record-setting regular season helped the East Region champions climb the mountain and end a long title drought.
The Central Region champions have refused to lose when it mattered most, winning seven-straight win-or-go-home games.
After 512 playoff games across nine provinces (and two states), 132 teams have become five on the Road the RBC Cup.
Before their Chilliwack Chiefs host the RBC Cup, Corey Andonovski and Harrison Blaisdell are learning on the job.
The host Chilliwack Chiefs take on the Pacific Region champs on the opening night of Canada’s National Junior A Championship.
The 36-week journey has begun for the Chilliwack Chiefs, who had an up-and-down start to their BCHL schedule.
As part of the BDO Goals for Kids program, MHAs will benefit from goals scored at select national and international events.
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Chilliwack to host 2018 RBC Cup
Canada’s National Junior A Championship is headed back to B.C. for the sixth time; the Chilliwack Chiefs will play host.
Pickering got the winner and the Chiefs advanced to the RBC Cup final.
Capriotti finished with 50 saves to help the Dukes upset the Wild.
Four players had 1G 1A each and the Chiefs ended the Pistons’ season.
Galambos and Von Ungern had 2G each to help the Wild to first place.
Lalonde scored at 6:10 of OT, and the Jr. Senators clinched a SF spot.
Calverley and Andonovski scored to send the Chiefs to the semifinals.
Dorsey scored the winner in Round 5, helping the Wild stay unbeaten.
McGeen scored 59 seconds into OT to give the Dukes their first win.
Calverley scored 4G, including the OT winner, to lead the Chiefs.
Galambos and Vanderbeck scored in the third, and the Wild came back.
Sowder needed just 18 seconds of OT to lead the Wild past the Chiefs.
Evans tipped in the OT winner, sending the Jr. Sens past the Dukes.

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2018 RBC Cup: CWK 4 – WEL 2 (Championship)
The Chiefs scored three unanswered in the third to win the RBC Cup.
2018 RBC Cup: CWK 3 – OJS 2 (Semifinal)
Pickering got the winner and the Chiefs advanced to the RBC Cup final.
2018 RBC Cup: WEL 2 – WEN 1 (Semifinal)
Capriotti finished with 50 saves to help the Dukes upset the Wild.
2018 RBC Cup: WEN 7 – WEL 1 (Preliminary)
Galambos and Von Ungern had 2G each to help the Wild to first place.
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