1985 Centennial Cup

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1985 Manitoba Centennial Cup
Tournament details
Dates May 1985
Teams 4
Venue(s) Orillia, Ontario
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Ontario Orillia Travelways (1st title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg British Columbia Penticton Knights
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Ontario Aurora Tigers
Fourth place Nova Scotia Cole Harbour Colts
Tournament statistics
Matches played 8
Scoring leader(s) Joe Murphy (Penticton)
MVP Adam Lewis (Orillia)
1984
1986

The 1985 Centennial Cup is the 15th Junior "A" 1985 ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League.

The Centennial Cup was competed for by the winners of the Abbott Cup, Dudley Hewitt Cup, the Callaghan Cup, and a 'Host' team.

The tournament was hosted by the Orillia Travelways in the city of Orillia, Ontario.

The Playoffs[edit]

Round Robin[edit]

Rank Team League Ticket W-L GF GA
1 # Orillia Travelways OJHL Host/Dudley Hewitt Cup 3-0 25 7
2 x Penticton Knights BCJHL Abbott Cup 1-2 16 20
3 x Aurora Tigers OJHL Central Representative 1-2 16 22
4 Cole Harbour Colts MVJHL Fred Page Cup 1-2 14 22

Note: # - denotes team advanced to the final.

Note: x - denotes teams who have advanced to the semi-final.

Results[edit]

Orillia Travelways defeated Cole Harbour Colts 8-1
Aurora Tigers defeated Penticton Knights 8-4
Penticton Knights defeated Cole Harbour Colts 9-6
Orillia Travelways defeated Aurora Tigers 11-3
Cole Harbour Colts defeated Aurora Tigers 7-5
Orillia Travelways defeated Penticton Knights 6-3

Semi and Finals[edit]

  Semi-finals     Royal Bank Cup Finals
                 
    1  Orillia Travelways 4
  3  Aurora Tigers 5     2  Penticton Knights 2
  2  Penticton Knights 8  

Awards[edit]

Most Valuable Player: Adam Lewis (Orillia Travelways)
Top Scorer: Joe Murphy (Penticton Knights)
Most Sportsmanlike Player: Joe Murphy (Penticton Knights)

All-Star Team[edit]

Forward

Adam Lewis (Orillia Travelways)
Danton Cole (Aurora Tigers)
Joe Murphy (Penticton Knights)

Defence

Jon Lawson (Orillia Travelways)
Tim Paller (Penticton Knights)

Goal

Dennis Schrapp (Orillia Travelways)

Roll of League Champions[edit]

AJHL: Red Deer Rustlers
BCJHL: Penticton Knights
CJHL: Pembroke Lumber Kings
IJHL: Charlottetown Eagles
MJHL: Selkirk Steelers
MVJHL: Cole Harbour Colts
NMJHL: Thompson King Miners
NOJHL: Sudbury Cubs
OJHL: Orillia Travelways
PCJHL: Prince George Spruce Kings
SJHL: Estevan Bruins

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