2010 Canada Cup (floorball)

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2010 Canada Cup
Elite Division
Tournament details
Host country  Canada
Dates 21 May - 23 May
Teams 8
Final positions
Champions Canada Salming Vikings
Runner-up Canada Ottawa Blizzard
Third place United States NYC Floorball
Tournament statistics
Matches played 20
Goals scored 108 (5.4 per match)
Scoring leader(s) United States Sebastian Agdur
(12 points)
MVP Sweden Andreas Ackevi
Infobox last updated on: 16:53, 26 May 2010 (UTC).

The 2010 Canada Cup Floorball Championship was the seventh such championship contested in the tournament's history. The tournament took place from May 21 to May 23, 2010 at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The tournament saw its first Ontario-based club win the elite division, as the Salming Vikings defeated the Ottawa Blizzard 9:2 in the championship match to capture the gold medal.

A record 57 clubs participated in the competition. In addition to that, the first youth clubs from abroad captured respective division championships as well, as Sweden's Skogsäng Cobras captured the high school title and Salem Panthers IF won the bantam division.

The tournament also saw the first clubs win multiple divisions. The Mississauga Red Devils captured both the recreational and atom/peewee crowns, and came close to capturing the bantam division with an impressive second place finish. Although they participated under different names, the two Swedish teams belonged to the same club, capturing both the high school and bantam titles.

Source for Sports also returned as the tournament's headline sponsor, and 4 Finnish referees from the Salibandyliiga and the International Floorball Federation (IFF) were also on hand to officiate matches.

Elite Division results[edit]

Group A: Salming Conference[edit]

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Club MP W L D GF GA GD PTS
Canada Salming Vikings 3 2 0 1 12 5 +7 5
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 3 1 1 1 5 6 -1 3
Czech Republic SKP Nymburk 3 1 1 1 7 6 +1 3
Canada Canada U19 3 0 2 1 2 9 -7 1

May 21, 2010[edit]

May 21, 2010
20.00 ET
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 2:5
(1:3, 1:2)
Canada Salming Vikings York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 21, 2010
20.00 ET
Canada Canada U19 1:4
(1:2, 0:2)
Czech Republic SKP Nymburk York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

May 22, 2010[edit]

May 22, 2010
11.00 ET
Canada Salming Vikings 2:2
(1:1, 1:1)
Czech Republic SKP Nymburk York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 22, 2010
11.45 ET
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 0:0
(0:0, 0:0)
Canada Canada U19 York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 22, 2010
15.30 ET
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 3:1
(2:1, 1:0)
Czech Republic SKP Nymburk York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 22, 2010
16.15 ET
Canada Salming Vikings 5:1
(2:0, 3:1)
Canada Canada U19 York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Group B: X3M Conference[edit]

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Club MP W L D GF GA GD PTS
United States NYC Floorball 3 2 0 1 20 3 +17 5
United States SF X3M Floorball 3 2 1 0 11 6 +5 4
Canada FC Toronto 3 1 1 1 4 5 -1 3
Canada Dunnville Floor Dogs 3 0 3 0 2 23 -21 0

May 21, 2010[edit]

May 21, 2010
17.45 ET
Canada FC Toronto 0:4
(0:0, 0:4)
United States SF X3M Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 21, 2010
17.45 ET
Canada Dunnville Floor Dogs 0:15
(0:5, 0:10)
United States NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

May 22, 2010[edit]

May 22, 2010
11.00 ET
United States NYC Floorball 4:2
(1:1, 3:1)
United States SF X3M Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 22, 2010
11.45 ET
Canada Dunnville Floor Dogs 0:3
(0:2, 0:1)
Canada FC Toronto York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 22, 2010
15.30 ET
United States SF X3M Floorball 5:2
(0:1, 5:1)
Canada Dunnville Floor Dogs York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 22, 2010
16.15 ET
Canada FC Toronto 1:1
(1:1, 0:0)
United States NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Playoffs[edit]

At this point in the competition, the clubs play in a cross-division playoff round, where the top club in one conference plays the weakest club in the other conference, the second placed club plays the third, and so on.

Draws between clubs were settled by points, wins, head-to-head match-ups, goal differential, goals against, goals for, and finally a coin toss.

Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinal                    
  A1  Canada Salming Vikings 8  
  B4  Canada Floor Dogs 4   Semifinal
      A1  Canada Salming Vikings 3  
  Quarterfinal   A3  Czech Republic SKP Nymburk 1  
  A3  Czech Republic SKP Nymburk 4
  B2  United States SF X3M Floorball 2         Final
              A1  Canada Salming Vikings 9
  Quarterfinal             A2  Canada Ottawa Blizzard 2
  A2  Canada Ottawa Blizzard 3      
  B3  Canada FC Toronto 2   Semifinal   Bronze medal game
      A2  Canada Ottawa Blizzard 5   A3  Czech Republic SKP Nymburk 2
  Quarterfinal   B1  United States NYC Floorball 4     B1  United States NYC Floorball 3
  A4  Canada Canada U19 1
  B1  United States NYC Floorball 3  

Quarter finals[edit]

May 23, 2010
11.00 ET
Canada A1 Salming Vikings 8:4
(4:0, 4:4)
Canada B4 Dunnville Floor Dogs York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 23, 2010
11.00 ET
Canada A2 Ottawa Blizzard 3:2 (PS)
(1:2, 1:0) (3:2)
Canada B3 FC Toronto York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 23, 2010
11.45 ET
Czech Republic A3 SKP Nymburk 4:2
(3:1, 1:1)
United States B2 SF X3M Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 23, 2010
11.45 ET
Canada A4 Canada U19 1:3
(0:1, 1:2)
United States B1 NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Semi finals[edit]

May 23, 2010
14.00 ET
Canada A1 Salming Vikings 3:1
(2:1, 1:0)
Czech Republic A3 SKP Nymburk York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
May 23, 2010
14.00 ET
Canada A2 Ottawa Blizzard 5:4
(1:1, 4:3)
United States B1 NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Bronze medal match[edit]

May 23, 2010
15.30 ET
Czech Republic A3 SKP Nymburk 2:3 (PS)
(2:1, 0:1) (1:2)
United States B1 NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Gold medal match[edit]

May 23, 2010
16.15 ET
Canada A1 Salming Vikings 9:2
(2:0, 3:2, 4:0)
Canada A2 Ottawa Blizzard York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Statistics and awards[edit]

 

Leading scorers[edit]

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Club Player MP G A PTS PIM
United States NYC Floorball Sebastian Agdur 6 5 7 12 2
United States NYC Floorball Fredrik Heimerback 6 6 5 11 0
Canada Salming Vikings Andrew Radjenovic 6 5 5 10 0
United States NYC Floorball Per Thunberg 6 6 2 8 0
Canada Salming Vikings Magnus Augustsson 6 5 3 8 2
Canada Salming Vikings Andreas Ackevi 6 1 7 8 0
United States SF X3M Floorball Daniel Hinks 4 5 2 7 2

Standings[edit]

Official Standings:

Rank Club
Canada Salming Vikings
Canada Ottawa Blizzard
United States NYC Floorball
4 Czech Republic SKP Nymburk
5 United States SF X3M Floorball
6 Canada FC Toronto
7 Canada Canada U19
8 Canada Dunnville Floor Dogs

Awards[edit]

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Award Club Player
MVP: Canada Salming Vikings Andreas Ackevi
Top Defenseman: Canada Ottawa Blizzard Phil Paradis
Top Goalkeeper: Czech Republic SKP Nymburk Martin Patek
Top Forward: Canada Salming Vikings Andrew Radjenovic
Top Scorer: United States NYC Floorball Sebastian Agdur

Other divisions[edit]

In addition to the elite division, 6 other divisions were contested:

Intermediate Ladies Recreational High School Bantam Atom/Peewee
Quebec Young Guns IBK Canada Darkside FC Canada Red Devils Sweden Skogsäng Cobras Sweden Salem Panthers IF Canada Red Devils

Intermediate[edit]

Ladies[edit]

Although accurate scoring summaries are not available, Darkside FC defeated Minneapolis 612 in the Ladies final for the gold medal, and Girls with Balls defeated the Ottawa Blizzard for bronze.

Recreational[edit]

High school[edit]

Bantam[edit]

Atom/Peewee[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Canada Cup Floorball Championship
Preceded by
  X-Stream IBK  
2009
Winners
Salming Vikings

2010
Succeeded by
TBD
2011