1985 Memorial Cup

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1985 Mastercard Memorial Cup
Shawinigan, Quebec (initial venue)
Drummondville, Quebec (replacement venue)


Host team Shawinigan Cataractes
Champions Prince Albert Raiders
Duration May 11–18, 1985
Number of games 8
Number of teams 4
Memorial Cup Tournaments

 1984

1986 

The 1985 Memorial Cup occurred May 11–18 at the Shawinigan Municipal Auditorium in Shawinigan, Quebec and at Centre Civique in Drummondville, Quebec. It was the 67th annual Memorial Cup competition and determined the major junior ice hockey champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). The tournament was originally only to be played in Shawinigan, but support columns in the seats of the ancient Auditorium made televising the games impossible and the tournament was moved to Drummondville after the second game. Participating teams were the host team Shawinigan Cataractes, as well as the winners of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League and Western Hockey League which were the Verdun Junior Canadiens, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds and Prince Albert Raiders. Prince Albert won their first Memorial Cup, defeating Shawinigan in the final game.

Round-robin standings[edit]

  GP W L GF GA
Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL Host) 3 2 1 14 7
Prince Albert Raiders (WHL) 3 2 1 15 15
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) 3 2 1 16 14
Verdun Junior Canadiens (QMJHL) 3 0 3 7 16

Scores[edit]

Round-robin

  • May 11 Sault Ste. Marie 4-3 Shawinigan
  • May 12 Shawinigan 6-2 Prince Albert
  • May 12 Sault Ste. Marie 6-3 Verdun
  • May 13 Prince Albert 5-3 Verdun
  • May 14 Prince Albert 8-6 Sault Ste. Marie
  • May 15 Shawinigan 5-1 Verdun

Semi-final

  • May 16 Prince Albert 8-3 Sault Ste. Marie

Final

  • May 18 Prince Albert 6-1 Shawinigan

Winning roster[edit]

Ken Baumgartner, Brad Bennett, Dean Braham, Rod Dallman, Neil Davey, Pat Elynuik, Collin Feser, Dave Goertz, Steve Gotaas, Tony Grenier, Roydon Gunn, Doug Hobson, Dan Hodgson, Curtis Hunt, Kim Issel, Ward Komonosky, Dave Manson, Dale McFee, Ken Morrison, Dave Pasin, Don Schmidt, Emanuel Viveiros, Kurt Woolf. Coach: Terry Simpson

Award winners[edit]

All-star team

References[edit]