2019 TELUS Cup

2019 TELUS Cup | National Midget Hockey Championship

Joseph Martino was the hero 1:31 into the second overtime and James Gray made a ridiculous 49 saves, leading the Young Nationals to their second national championship.
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Jayden Wiens scored a pair of goals and Tanner Martin turned aside 34 shots, leading the Trojans to bronze.
Zach Welsh has grown in the game on the advice of his older brothers, but he’s writing a solo story at the TELUS Cup.
For Jonah Chambers, no other sport has been as challenging, both mentally and emotionally, as hockey, and he loves it.
After settling for silver in 2018, the Cantonniers de Magog used what they learned, got better and won their way back.
Plays with poise. Explosive speed. Leads by example. Who are Players to Watch at the TELUS Cup?
Playoffs are done, regional champions are crowned and six teams are bound for the 46th edition of the TELUS Cup.
The TELUS Cup hosts hope their regular-season results and regional run mean momentum on the national stage.
The Central Region champions have reloaded and returned, back for the second-straight year and fourth time in six.
The West Region champions used home-ice advantage and a dedication to defence to win their way to Thunder Bay.
The Pacific Region champions proved they could do it any which way – overwhelm with offence or deny with defence.
The Atlantic Region champions leaned on a league-leading – and balanced – offence to book their ticket to Thunder Bay.
The Quebec Region champions have won their way back to the TELUS Cup, looking to trade their 2018 silver for gold.
A pair of Thunder Bay alumni are using memories of 1988 as they prepare to host the best in Midget hockey again.
Check out the official program from the 1988 Air Canada Cup, the first time the tournament came to Thunder Bay.
Longtime volunteers Cliff and Shyla Blair are a ‘treat’ for Halifax Macs players and coaches in more ways than one.
The host Thunder Bay Kings will make their TELUS Cup return against the Pacific champions on April 22.
The Kings will play host as Canada’s National Midget Championship returns for the first time since 2004.
Robidas had three points to lead the Cantonniers back to the final.
Wu made 36 saves to send the Young Nationals into the gold medal game.
Goobie and Vanska combined for 54 saves in an entertaining draw.
Lapointe scored twice to help the Cantonniers clinch first place.
Ross scored the GWG shorthanded to give the Buffaloes a big win.
Mansfield and Martino led the Young Nationals to a comeback win.
Martin made 18 saves and Wiens scored twice to lead the Trojans.
Robidas was in on all three goals to keep the Cantonniers perfect.
The Trojans turned back a Kings comeback to earn their first win.
Wu made 32 saves to lead the Young Nationals into the win column.
The Cantonniers used a pair of power-play goals to down the Macs.
Benoit scored twice and the Buffaloes pulled away to beat the hosts.
Adam posted a 31-save shutout to backstop the Cantonniers to a win.
Crooks scored both goals to lead the Macs past the Young Nationals.
Regional Championships
Two teams. One regional title. Who wins their way to Thunder Bay?
Four teams. One regional title. Who reps the West in Thunder Bay?
Five teams. One regional title. Who earns the trip west to Thunder Bay?
Six teams. One regional title. Who makes the trip west?
Two teams. One regional title. Who claims the LHMAAAQ championship?
League Playoffs
Fraser Valley rode its 2018 momentum to the best record in the BCMML.
Cole Harbour earned points in its last 34 games to lead the NSMMHL.
Regina used a midseason 18-2-1 run to edge Tisdale atop the SMAAAHL.
The Wild opened and closed with long win streaks to top the MMAAAHL.
Ottawa rode a season-ending 11-game unbeaten run to the top of HEO.
Moncton topped the NBPEIMMHL for the seventh time in eight years.
Lévis rewrote the record books, winning 34 in a row and 41 of 42.
Calgary overcame a slow start to take the AMHL regular-season title.
Points in 14 of its first 15 games helped York-Simcoe top the ETA.
East Coast went down to the final weekend to top the NLMMHL.
North Bay was perfect, scoring 276 goals during a 36-0 regular season.
Elgin-Middlesex allowed just 56 goals in 35 games to top the Alliance.
Toronto opened 2019 with nine straight wins to move atop the GTHL.
A 14-game point streak led Oakville to a third-straight SCTA title.
Videos
Photos
2019 TELUS Cup: TIS 3 – CGY 2 (Bronze Medal)
Martin turned aside 34 shots, leading the Trojans to a bronze medal.
2019 TELUS Cup: TOR 2 – MAG 1 2OT (Gold Medal)
Martino was the OT hero, giving the Young Nationals the TELUS Cup.
2019 TELUS Cup: TOR 4 – CGY 2 (Semifinal)
Wu made 36 saves to lead the Young Nationals into the gold medal game.
2019 TELUS Cup: MAG 4 – TIS 2 (Semifinal)
Robidas had three points to lead the Cantonniers back to the final.
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