1995 Centennial Cup

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1995 Manitoba Centennial Cup
Tournament details
Dates May 1995
Teams 5
Venue(s) Gloucester, Ontario
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Alberta Calgary Canucks (1st title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Ontario Gloucester Rangers
Tournament statistics
Matches played 13
Scoring leader(s) Calvin Chartrand (Winnipeg South)
MVP Mitch Grant (Winnipeg South)
1994

The 1995 Centennial Cup was the 25th Junior "A" 1995 ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League.

The Centennial Cup was competed for by the winners of the Doyle Cup, Anavet Cup, Dudley Hewitt Cup, the Fred Page Cup and the host city.

The tournament was hosted by the Gloucester Rangers in Gloucester, Ontario.

The playoffs[edit]

Round robin[edit]

Rank Team League Ticket W-L GF GA
1 x-Calgary Canucks AJHL Doyle Cup 3-1 15 10
2 x-Gloucester Rangers CJHL Host 2-2 19 12
3 x-Winnipeg South Blues MJHL Anavet Cup 2-2 17 18
4 x-Thunder Bay Flyers USHL Dudley Hewitt Cup 2-2 14 16
5 Joliette Nationals LHJAAAQ Fred Page Cup 1-3 7 16

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

Results[edit]

Gloucester Rangers defeat Joliette Nationals 7-0
Winnipeg South Blues defeat Thunder Bay Flyers 6-4
Calgary Canucks defeat Joliette Nationals 1-0 by rule challenge (Originally won by Joliette 5-1)
Gloucester Rangers defeat Winnipeg South Blues 6-2
Calgary Canucks defeat Thunder Bay Flyers 6-0
Calgary Canucks defeat Gloucester Rangers 5-4
Joliette Nationals defeat Winnipeg South Blues 5-3
Thunder Bay Flyers defeat Gloucester Rangers 5-2
Winnipeg South Blues defeat Calgary Canucks 6-3 for the Abbott Cup
Thunder Bay Flyers defeat Joliette Nationals 5-2

Semis and finals[edit]

Semi-finals Royal Bank Cup Finals
           
1 Calgary Canucks 5
4 Thunder Bay Flyers 3
1 Calgary Canucks 5
2 Gloucester Rangers 4
2 Gloucester Rangers 4
3 Winnipeg South Blues 1

Note: The final was won in overtime

Awards[edit]

Most Valuable Player: Mitch Grant (Winnipeg South Blues)
Top Scorer: Calvin Chartrand (Winnipeg South Blues)
Most Sportsmanlike Player: Curtis Bois (Thunder Bay Flyers)

All-Star Team[edit]

Forward

Curtis Bois (Thunder Bay Flyers)
Mitch Grant (Winnipeg South Blues)
Craig Fitzgerald (Gloucester Rangers)

Defence

Mitchell Ferguson (Calgary Canucks)
Luc Bilodeau (Joliette Nationals)

Goal

Brian Greer (Gloucester Rangers)

Roll of League Champions[edit]

AJHL: Calgary Canucks
BCHL: Chilliwack Chiefs
CJHL: Cornwall Colts
MJHL: Winnipeg South Blues
MJAHL: Moncton Beavers
MetJHL: Caledon Canadians
NOJHL: Timmins Golden Bears
OPJHL: Brampton Capitals
QPJHL: Joliette Nationals
RMJHL: Cranbrook Colts
SJHL: Weyburn Red Wings

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