2014 Royal Bank Cup

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2014 Royal Bank Cup
National Junior A Championship
Dates May 10, 2014 – May 18, 2014
Venue(s) Kal Tire Place in Vernon, British Columbia
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Saskatchewan Yorkton Terriers (1st title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Ontario Carleton Place Canadians
Tournament statistics
Matches played 13
Scoring leader(s) Colton Sparrow (Vernon)
MVP Mike Stiliadis (Dauphin)
2013
2015

The 2014 Royal Bank Cup was the 44th Junior "A" ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior Hockey League. The 2014 Royal Bank Cup marked the 44th consecutive year a national championship has been awarded to this skill level since the breakaway of Major Junior hockey in 1970.

The five competitors that competed in the Royal Bank Cup included the host Vernon Vipers, the winners of the Fred Page Cup, Dudley Hewitt Cup, and the top two teams from the Western Canada Cup.[1]

The tournament was hosted by the Vernon Vipers of Vernon, British Columbia.

Teams[edit]

Regular Season: 30-18-4-6 (7th BCHL)
Playoffs: Defeated West Kelowna (4-2), Defeated Penticton (4-3), 1st in Semi-final Round Robin (2-0), Lost to Coquitlam (0-4) in league final.
Regular Season: 54-6-1-1 (1st CCHL)
Playoffs: Defeated Kemptville (4-0), Defeated Pembroke (4-3), Defeated Smiths Falls (4-1) to win league, Won Fred Page Cup (4-0)
Regular Season: 37-12-0-7 (1st SJHL)
Playoffs: Defeated Notre Dame (4-1), Defeated Humboldt (4-1), Defeated Melville (4-0) to win league, Won Western Canada Cup (3-2).
Regular Season: 40-17-0-3 (3rd MJHL)
Playoffs: Defeated OCN (4-0), Defeated Virden (4-0), Lost to Winnipeg (1-4) in league final, Runner-up at Western Canada Cup (4-2).
Regular Season: 35-12-0-6 (3rd OJHL)
Playoffs: Defeated Toronto (4-0), Defeated North York (4-1), Defeated Georgetown (4-0), Defeated Aurora (4-2) to win league, Won Dudley Hewitt Cup (4-1).

Tournament[edit]

Round Robin[edit]

Royal Bank Cup Round Robin
Rank Team League Ticket W–L-OTL GF GA
1 x-Dauphin Kings MJHL Western Canada Cup #2 3-0-1 12 8
2 x-Vernon Vipers BCHL Host 2-2-0 13 14
- x-Yorkton Terriers SJHL Western Canada Cup #1 2-2-0 10 13
- x-Carleton Place Canadians CCHL Fred Page Cup 2-1-1 11 11
5 Toronto Lakeshore Patriots OJHL Dudley Hewitt Cup 1-2-1 10 10

(x-) Denotes semi-final berth.

Schedule & Results[edit]

All games played in Vernon, BC.

Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes
May 10, 2014
1 Toronto Lakeshore Patriots 1 Dauphin Kings 2 Final - Shots: 42-29 TLP
2 Vernon Vipers 2 Carleton Place Canadians 3 Final - Shots: 29-27 CPC
May 11, 2014
3 Yorkton Terriers 1 Toronto Lakeshore Patriots 5 Final - Shots: 32-23 TLP
4 Carleton Place Canadians 3 Dauphin Kings 4 OT Final - Shots: 35-34 DK
May 12, 2014
5 Yorkton Terriers 4 Vernon Vipers 6 Final - Shots: 44-33 YT
May 13, 2014
6 Toronto Lakeshore Patriots 2 Carleton Place Canadians 4 Final - Shots: 33-26 CPC
7 Vernon Vipers 2 Dauphin Kings 5 Final - Shots: 31-21 VV
May 14, 2014
8 Carleton Place Canadians 1 Yorkton Terriers 3 Final - Shots: 37-26 YT
May 15, 2014
9 Dauphin Kings 1 Yorkton Terriers 2 OT Final - Shots: 36-33 DK
10 Toronto Lakeshore Patriots 2 Vernon Vipers 3 OT Final - Shots: 46-24 VV

Semi-final[edit]

Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes
May 17, 2014
SF1 Yorkton Terriers 6 Vernon Vipers 3 Final - Shots: 37-31 VV
SF2 Carleton Place Canadians 5 Dauphin Kings 3 Final - Shots: 34-32 CPC

Final[edit]

Game Team Score Team Score Notes
May 18, 2014
F Carleton Place Canadians 3 Yorkton Terriers 4 OT Final - Shots: 46-35 YT

Awards[edit]

Roland Mercier Trophy (Tournament MVP): Mike Stiliadis (Dauphin)
Top Forward: Colton Sparrow (Vernon)
Top Defencemen: Mike Praps (Toronto Lakeshore)
Top Goaltender: Mike Stiliadis (Dauphin)
Tubby Smaltz Trophy (Sportsmanship): Brett D'Andrea (Carleton Place)
Top Scorer: Colton Sparrow (Vernon)

Roll of League Champions[edit]

AJHL: Spruce Grove Saints
BCHL: Coquitlam Express
CCHL: Carleton Place Canadians
MHL: Truro Bearcats
MJHL: Winnipeg Blues
NOJHL: Kirkland Lake Gold Miners
OJHL: Toronto Lakeshore Patriots
QJAAAHL: Granby Inouk
SJHL: Yorkton Terriers
SIJHL: Fort Frances Lakers

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Official Website of Hockey Canada". Hockeycanada.ca. Retrieved 2013-07-25.