2005 Allan Cup

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The 2005 Allan Cup was the Canadian national senior ice hockey championship for the 2004-05 Senior "AAA" season. The event was hosted by the Lloydminster Border Kings in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan/Alberta. The 2005 tournament marked the 97th year that the Allan Cup has been awarded.

This Allan Cup coincided with the 2004-05 NHL lockout which had wiped out the entire 2004-05 NHL season including the Stanley Cup Playoffs. As a result, the tournament enjoyed considerably more media coverage compared to what is typically devoted to the Allan Cup. Among the participants involved was Theoren Fleury,[1] a former National Hockey League all-star, playing for the Horse Lake Thunder during the lockout.



Round Robin

Mid-West Islanders 8 - Thunder Bay Bombers 3
Lloydminster Border Kings 7 - Can-Am Cobras 0
Montmagny Sentinelles 5 - Thunder Bay Bombers 2
Horse Lake Thunder 9 - Lloydminster Border Kings 2
Horse Lake Thunder 7 - Can-Am Cobras 2
Montmagny Sentinelles 6 - Mid-West Islanders 2


Mid-West Islanders 4 - Can-Am Cobras 3
Thunder Bay Bombers 5 - Lloydminster Border Kings 0


Thunder Bay Bombers 7 - Horse Lake Thunder 5
Montmagny Sentinelles 4 - Mid-West Islanders 1


Thunder Bay Bombers 4 - Montmagny Sentinelles 3


  1. ^ Fleury, Theo; Kirstie McLellan Day (2009). Playing With Fire. HarperCollins. pp. 295–300. ISBN 978-1-55468-239-3.

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