2017 TELUS Cup

2017 TELUS Cup | Canada's U18 Club Championship

Logan Chisholm tied the game with 5:51 to go and won it 5:39 into OT, helping the Islanders finish the comeback and become the first Atlantic team to win the TELUS Cup.
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Josh Eisfeld made 40 saves in his first start, Evan Benwell had a goal and an assist, and the Rebels earned the bronze medal.
Logan Chisholm scored the two biggest goals of the year for Cape Breton West, giving the Islanders a historic TELUS Cup.
After starting with back-to-back losses, the Blizzard are now just one win away from a record-setting fifth national title.
The second Atlantic team in as many years to reach the final, the Islanders have a chance to make history with a gold medal.
The best of the preliminary round was celebrated at the TELUS Cup awards banquet, where Jacob Hudson earned MVP honours.
The son of two basketball pros, Belgian-born Métis Roelens has followed a slightly more Canadian path to athletic success.
From pond hockey to chopping wood to four-hour round trips, Dylan MacDonald has taken a rather unique route to the TELUS Cup.
What started as concern for a friend has grown into a life-changing endeavour for Myles Mattila as a mental health advocate.
The last time Prince George played host, a future NHLer took MVP honours and delivered Quebec’s most recent national title.
From set-up men to shutdown defencemen, and goal scorers to goaltenders, ISS Hockey has selected its Players to Watch.
The Cariboo Cougars hope the end of a record-breaking BCMML regular season is just the start of something bigger and better.
They’ll play host to the TELUS Cup next April, meaning the Cariboo Cougars have six months to prove they’re contenders.
Stewart scored the GWG and the Islanders booked a trip to the final.
Pelletier was the hero, sending the Blizzard to the gold medal game.
Sebben and Benwell scored to help the Rebels knock out the Cougars.
The Blizzard scored four times with the PP to book a semifinal spot.
Kazymyra had 1G 2A in the third period to lead the Pat Canadians.
The Pat Canadians used a four-goal second period to get win No. 1.
Smilsky scored, Purboo got the SO and the Rebels moved into first.
Dubé had a hat trick, and the Blizzard scored six unanswered goals.
Schendel scored twice, and the Oil Kings had three on the power play.
Collin tipped in the winner with 15.7 seconds left for the Blizzard.
Floris scored twice, and the Cougars survived to get their first win.
Hill had 2G, Purboo earned the SO and the Rebels stayed unbeaten.
Timmons scored two goals to help the Islanders to a historic start.
Maser tied it with 3:18 remaining to earn the hosts their first point.
Ellis made 34 saves to backstop the Islanders to an opening win.
Hill had three points, and the Rebels pulled away early in the third.
Hesse stopped 39 to lead the Oil Kings to a win and a regional title.
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