1985 Air Canada Cup

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1985 Air Canada Cup
Tournament details
Dates April 16 – 20, 1985
Teams 6
Venue(s) Regina Agridome in Regina, SK
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Quebec Lions du Lac St-Louis
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Alberta Calgary Buffaloes
Scoring leader(s) Nova Scotia Hal Turner
Nova Scotia Colin Power
MVP Saskatchewan Craig Suchan
1984
1986

The 1985 Air Canada Cup was Canada's seventh annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, which was played April 16 – 20, 1985 at the Regina Agridome in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Lions du Lac St-Louis from Quebec won their second national title, defeating the host Regina Pat Canadians in the gold medal game. The Calgary Buffaloes won the bronze medal. [1][2] Future National Hockey League players playing in this tournament were Benoit Brunet, Dean Chynoweth, Kevin Dahl, Claude Lapointe, Don MacLean, Lyle Odelein, Cam Russell, and Peter White.

Teams[edit]

Result Team Region City
1 Quebec Lions du Lac St-Louis Quebec Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC
2 Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians Host Regina, SK
3 Alberta Calgary Buffaloes Pacific Calgary, AB
4 Nova Scotia Dartmouth Forbes Atlantic Dartmouth, NS
5 Ontario Toronto Red Wings Central Toronto, ON
6 Ontario Thunder Bay Comets West Thunder Bay, ON

Round Robin[edit]

Standings[edit]

Rank Team W-L-T GF GA PTS
1 Saskatchewan Regina Pat Canadians 4-1-0 24 12 8
2 Quebec Lions du Lac St-Louis 4-1-0 28 15 8
3 Nova Scotia Dartmouth Forbes 2-2-1 24 16 5
4 Alberta Calgary Buffaloes 2-2-1 20 17 5
5 Ontario Toronto Red Wings 1-2-2 14 18 4
6 Ontario Thunder Bay Comets 0-5-0 7 29 0

Scores[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Semi-Finals[edit]

  • Regina 5 - Calgary 1
  • Lac St-Louis 5 - Dartmouth 4 (2OT)

Bronze Medal Game[edit]

  • Calgary 4 - Dartmouth 1

Gold Medal Game[edit]

  • Lac St-Louis 5 - Regina 2

Individual Awards[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: Saskatchewan Craig Suchan (Regina)
  • Top Scorer: Nova Scotia Hal Turner (Dartmouth), Nova Scotia Colin Power (Dartmouth)[2]
  • Top Forward: Quebec Claude Lapointe (Lac St-Louis)[2]
  • Top Defenceman: Quebec Shawn Anderson (Lac St-Louis)[2]
  • Top Goaltender: Saskatchewan Craig Suchan (Regina)[2]
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Alberta Bryan Bosch (Calgary)[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Defensive style pays off as Lions win Midget title", Montreal Gazette, 1985-04-22: 32, retrieved 2013-04-24 
  2. ^ a b c d e f "MVP show from Lapointe gives Lac St. Louis crown", Regina Leader-Post, 1985-04-22: 13, retrieved 2013-04-24 

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