1982 Air Canada Cup

The 1982 Air Canada Cup was Canada's fourth annual national midget 'AAA' hockey championship, which was played April 13 – 18, 1982 at the Memorial Arena in Victoria, British Columbia. The Burnaby Winter Club Travellers defeated the Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy, who were led by future Hall of Famer Patrick Roy in goal, to win the gold medal. The bronze medal game between the Cape Breton Colonels and the South Ottawa Warriors ended in a 5-5 tie. Burnaby's Cliff Ronning led the tournament in scoring and was named Most Valuable Player.[1]

1982 Air Canada Cup
Tournament details
DatesApril 13 – 18, 1982
Teams12
Venue(s)Memorial Arena in Victoria, BC
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svgBurnaby Winter Club
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svgGouverneurs de Ste-Foy
Third place Bronze medal blank.svgCape Breton Colonels
South Ottawa Warriors
Tournament statistics
Scoring leader(s)Cliff Ronning
MVPCliff Ronning
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1983 →

Aside from Ronning and Roy, other future National Hockey League players competing were Wendel Clark, Sylvain Côté Russ Courtnall, Tony Hrkac, Grant Jennings, Bob Joyce, and Mike Millar.[2]

TeamsEdit

Result Team Branch City
  Burnaby Winter Club Travellers British Columbia Burnaby, BC
  Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy Quebec Ste-Foy, QC
  Capre Breton Colonels Nova Scotia Sydney, NS
  South Ottawa Warriors Ottawa District Ottawa, ON
5 Andrews Maroons Thunder Bay District Thunder Bay, ON
6 Notre Dame Hounds Saskatchewan Wilcox, SK
7 Corner Brook Royals Newfoundland Corner Brook, NL
8 St. Catharines Central Lions Ontario St. Catharines, ON
9 St. Boniface Saints Manitoba Winnipeg, MB
10 Edmonton SSAC Alberta Edmonton, AB
11 Sherwood-Parkdale Prince Edward Island Sherwood, PE
12 Fredericton Caps New Brunswick Fredericton, NB

Round robinEdit

DC8 FlightEdit

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L D GF GA GD Pts
1 Gouverneurs de Ste-Foy 5 4 1 0 25 9 +16 8
2 Notre Dame Hounds 5 4 1 0 20 13 +7 8
3 Cape Breton Colonels 5 2 3 0 16 27 −11 4
4 St. Catharines Central Lions 5 2 3 0 15 18 −3 4
5 St. Boniface Saints 5 1 3 1 14 19 −5 3
6 Edmonton SSAC 5 1 3 1 17 21 −4 3

ScoresEdit

  • Notre Dame 6 - Edmonton 1
  • St. Boniface 3 - St. Catharines 3
  • Ste-Foy 10 - Cape Breton 0
  • Cape Breton 4 - St. Boniface 2
  • Ste- Foy 3 - Edmonton 2
  • Notre Dame 4 - St. Catharines 1
  • Ste-Foy 6 - St. Boniface 3
  • St. Catharines 5 - Edmonton 5
  • Notre Dame 6 - Cape Breton 5
  • Cape Breton 4 - Edmonton 3
  • St. Boniface 4 - Edmonton 3
  • Ste- Foy 4 - Notre Dame 1
  • Edmonton 6 - Cape Breton 3
  • Notre Dame 3 - St. Boniface 2
  • St. Catharines 3 - Ste-Foy 2

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StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W L D GF GA GD Pts
1 Buranby Winter Club Travellers 5 5 0 0 31 11 +20 10
2 South Ottawa Warriors 5 4 1 0 22 7 +15 8
3 Andrews Maroons 5 3 2 0 23 19 +4 6
4 Corner Brook Royals 5 2 3 0 8 23 −15 4
5 Sherwood-Parkdale 5 1 4 0 22 25 −3 2
6 Fredericton Caps 5 0 5 0 9 30 −21 0

ScoresEdit

  • Andrews 9 - Fredericton 3
  • South Ottawa 6 - Sherwood-Parkdale 1
  • Burnaby 7 - Corner Brook 0
  • South Ottawa 3 - Andrews 0
  • Corner Brook 3 - Fredericton 1
  • Burnaby 7 - Sherwood-Parkdale 5
  • Sherwood-Parkdale 9 - Fredericton 2
  • Andrews 6 - Corner Brook 2
  • Burnaby 4 - South Ottawa 2
  • South Ottawa 8 - Corner Brook 0
  • Andrews 7 - Sherwood-Parkdale 5
  • Burnaby 6 - Fredericton 2
  • Corner Brook 3 - Sherwood-Parkdale 2
  • South Ottawa 3 - Fredericton 2
  • Burnaby 7 - Andrews 2

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-FinalsEdit

  • Burnaby 7 - Corner Brook 1
  • Cape Breton 2 - Notre Dame 1
  • South Ottawa 6 - Andrews 3
  • Ste-Foy 7 - St. Catharines 4

Semi-FinalsEdit

  • Burnaby 4 - Cape Breton 3 (OT)
  • Ste-Foy 4 - South Ottawa 2

Bronze medal gameEdit

  • Cape Breton 5 - South Ottawa 5 (OT)

Gold medal gameEdit

  • Burnaby 3 - Ste-Foy 1

Individual awardsEdit

  • Most Valuable Player: Cliff Ronning (Burnaby)
  • Top Scorer: Cliff Ronning (Burnaby)
  • Top Forward: Martin Bouliane (Ste-Foy)
  • Top Defenceman: Sylvain Côté (Ste-Foy)
  • Top Goaltender: Marc Robillard (South Ottawa)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Steve Dunne (Corner Brook)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BC Midgets standing tall", Regina Leader-Post, p. 13, 1982-04-19, retrieved 2013-04-26
  2. ^ "82 Colonels to be inducated into Sport Hall of Fame". Cape Breton Post. 2009-04-23. Archived from the original on 2013-12-02. Retrieved 2013-04-26.

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