2022 Centennial Cup

Maxime Gagné scored the game-winning goal with 10:54 to go, and Collège Français held off a furious push to edge the Western Capitals and book a place in the semifinals.
Cael Cavallin was the hero 4:53 into double OT, and the Panthers erased a two-goal deficit to advance to the semis.
Putting up points is a family affair for the MacArthurs, with Colby the latest to earn MHL scoring champion honours.
Five years after nearly dying, Ryan Howe is living his life and captaining the Red Lake Miners at the Centennial Cup.
Motivated by mom
Down 3-0 in the NOJHL final, the Soo Thunderbirds looked to goaltender Noah Metivier and his mother for inspiration.
The largest field ever for Canada’s National Junior A Championship is set – nine champions are bound for Estevan.
A spot at the Centennial Cup wasn’t enough for the hosts – they kicked the front door down as SJHL champions.
Less than four days after wrapping up their league title, the OJHL champions are right back into the fight in Estevan.
After a decade of close calls, the LHJAAAQ champions will finally step onto the ice at the national championship.
2022 centennial dauphin kings??w=640&h=360&q=60&c=3
#Road2Centennial: Dauphin
Seemingly always a step behind its biggest rivals all season, the MJHL champions came out on top when it mattered most.
A months-long win streak preceded a comeback for the ages and sent the NOJHL champions back to nationals again.
A sprint to the finish set the CCHL champions up for the playoffs and led to a third-consecutive trip to nationals.
They’re the only team without a league title, but that doesn’t mean the SJHL runners-up should be underestimated.
Through COVID shutdowns, arena problems and momentum shifts, there’s not much the SIJHL champions haven’t faced.
The path was a little bit different than they expected, but the MHL champions have reached their end goal – Estevan.
The defending national champions scored at a record-setting pace to earn the opportunity to go back-to-back in Estevan.
The OJHL champs take on the SIJHL titlists in the opener when the 50th National Junior A Championship begins May 19.
An Alberta locale will welcome the Esso Cup and TELUS Cup, while Estevan, Sask., will host a 10-team Centennial Cup.
Barwick made 32 saves to backstop the Bandits to a perfect prelims.
Dube had a hat trick to help the Kings earn a spot in the semifinals.
McCarthy tied it very late, sending the Western Capitals to the QFs.
Stammer scored four goals to send Collège Français to the QFs.
Vockler scored in regulation and the SO to give the Bombers the win.
Hughes scored three of the six PP goals in the Bandits’ victory.
Houk recorded a hat trick to give the Bruins their first victory.
Brown and MacArthur had 1G 1A each to lead the Western Capitals.
Desmarais posted a 15-save shutout in the Jr. Senators’ first win.
Martin got the OT winner as the Panthers came back for the victory.
The Kings rode a five-goal second period to the top of Group B.
Hutton had a hat trick and six points as the Panthers stayed perfect.
Lapointe scored 21 seconds into OT to give the Bombers a comeback win.
Phillips had five points and the Bandits tied the all-time goals record.
Gagné had a hat trick, including the GWG, in the Collège Français win.
MacDonald had 1G 2A to lead the Western Capitals to a victory.
Cherepak finished with 30 saves to backstop the Kings to the win.
Hughes had a goal and two assists to help the Bandits start with a win.
Mercier scored and set up three to lead the Bombers to the victory.
Cavallin scored 4:53 into double OT to send the Panthers to the semis.
CJHL Leagues
Brooks scored 371 goals in 60 games to top the AJHL once again.
Estevan topped the SJHL standings for the first time since 2004-05.
Steinbach closed with 15 straight wins to finish atop the MJHL.
Kam River won the regular-season title in its first full SIJHL season.
A late-season run of 13 straight wins pushed Soo atop the NOJHL.
Toronto survived a five-horse race to top the OJHL for the first time.
Ottawa iced four of the CCHL’s top eight scorers to help it to top spot.
Longueuil was lights out on defence to take first place in Quebec.
Summerside dropped just four games in regulation in the Maritimes.
2022 Centennial Cup: May 25 (Preliminary)
Summerside, Dauphin and Brooks finished the prelims with Wednesday wins.
2022 Centennial Cup: May 24 (Preliminary)
Brooks, Longueuil and Flin Flon earned important wins Tuesday.
2022 Centennial Cup: May 22 (Preliminary)
Dauphin and Longueuil stayed unbeaten with wins Sunday.
2022 Centennial Cup: May 20 (Preliminary)
Dauphin, Summerside and Longueuil picked up wins Friday in Estevan.
Recent News
Most Popular