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2010 Allan Cup

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The 2010 Allan Cup is the 2010 edition of the Canadian National Championship of Senior ice hockey. This tournament will mark the 102nd year that the Allan Cup has been awarded. The 2010 tournament was hosted by the City of Fort St. John, British Columbia and the Fort St. John Flyers.[1]

2010 Allan Cup Participants

Host of 2010 Allan Cup.
12-3-2-1 Record in North Peace Hockey League (First in West Division).
Did not participate in BC Sr. "AAA" Playdowns.
Only Sr. "AAA" team East of Ontario.
16-6-0-2 Record in West Coast Senior Hockey League (First Overall).
Defeated Corner Brook Royals 4-0, Defeated Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts 4-2 to win WCSHL Playoffs.
Defeated Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars 4-1 to win Herder Memorial Trophy.
19-1-0-0 Record in Chinook Hockey League (First Overall).
Defeated Stony Plain Eagles 2-1, Defeated Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs 2-1 to win ChHL Championship.
Defeated Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs 4-1 for Alberta "AAA" Championship.
2009 Allan Cup Champions.
Played independent schedule in both Sr. "AAA" and "AA".
Won Coy Cup BC Sr. "AA" tournament with 3-2 win over Mid-Island Blazers.
Defeated Whitehorse Huskies 3-0 to win Pacific Seed.
Played independent schedule.
Defeated Steinbach North Stars 3-1 for Pattison Cup, Defeated Lloydminster Border Kings 3-1 for Rathgaber Cup.
2009 Allan Cup finalists.
19-3-0-2 Record in Major League Hockey (First Overall).
Finished second in playoff round robin (5-3), Defeated Whitby Dunlops 4-1 to win Robertson Cup.
Defeated Kenora Thistles 2-0 to win Renwick Cup as Central Canada Champions.

Round robin

Allan Cup Round Robin
Division One
Rank Team Region W-L-T GF GA
1 Dundas Real McCoys Central 1-0-1 7 5
2 South East Prairie Thunder Western 1-1-0 5 5
3 Powell River Regals Pacific 0-1-1 6 8

Division Two
Rank Team Region W-L-T GF GA
1 Fort St. John Flyers Host 2-0-0 13 4
2 Bentley Generals Alberta 1-1-0 8 9
3 Clarenville Caribous Atlantic 0-2-0 5 13


Round Robin results
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
1 South East Prairie Thunder 4 Powell River Regals 2 Final - Shots: 44-28 SPT
2 Fort St. John Flyers 7 Bentley Generals 1 Final - Shots: 40-33 FSJ
3 Dundas Real McCoys 3 South East Prairie Thunder 1 Final - Shots: 44-29 SPT
4 Clarenville Caribous 3 Fort St. John Flyers 6 Final - Shots: 37-29 FSJ
5 Powell River Regals 4 Dundas Real McCoys 4 OT Final - Shots: 36-34 DRM
6 Bentley Generals 7 Clarenville Caribous 2 Final - Shots: 43-40 Ben

Championship Round

Quarter and Semi-finals

Quarter and Semi-final results
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
QF1 South East Prairie Thunder 7 Clarenville Caribous 3 Final - Shots: 60-30 SPT
QF2 Bentley Generals 5 Powell River Regals 1 Final - Shots: 43-24 Ben
SF1 Dundas Real McCoys 2 Bentley Generals 4 Final - Shots: 45-36 Ben
SF2 Fort St. John Flyers 7 South East Prairie Thunder 3 Final - Shots: 35-29 FSJ


Allan Cup final
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
F Fort St. John Flyers 4 Bentley Generals 1 Final - Shots: 33-25 FSJ

National Playdowns

Listed are the registered teams per tournament seat.



Semi-finals Alberta Finals
A Bentley
A Bentley 4
A Ft Saskatchewan 1
A Ft Saskatchewan 3
A Stony Plain 2

Atlantic Canada




With Fort St. John already in the 2010 Allan Cup as hosts, it will be up to Powell River and Whitehorse to play a series for the British Columbia seed to the National Championship.

BC Championship
BC Powell River 3
YT Whitehorse 0




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In Manitoba, Steinbach and Manitoba will square-off in a best-of-seven series to determine who faces Southeast for the Manitoba crown. In Saskatchewan, Paradise Hill and Lloydminster face-off for the Saskatchewan Sr. AAA championship. The winners of these two provinces will face each other to determine the Manitoba/Saskatchewan seed to the 2010 Allan Cup.

Provincial Semi-final Semifinals Interprovincial Final
M South East 3
M Steinbach 0
M Steinbach 4
M Manitoba 1
M South East 3
S Lloydminster 1
S Lloydminster 3
S Paradise Hill 1



Major League Hockey

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Northwestern Ontario


In Southern Ontario, the top three teams of Major League Hockey will play a double round robin and then the top two teams from the round robin will play a best-of-7 series to determine an Ontario Hockey Association champion. In Northwestern Ontario, a one-game per opponent round robin will determine a one-game runoff for the Hockey Northwestern Ontario crown. When the two teams are determined, they will meet in a best-of-3 series to determine the Ontario seed to the 2010 Allan Cup.

Regional Final Renwick Cup
N1 Kenora 3
N2 Thunder Bay* 1
N1 Kenora 0
S1 Dundas 2
S2 Whitby 1
S1 Dundas 4

(*) Thunder Bay replaces Fort Frances, Fort Frances found to have an ineligible player.

Northern Round Robin

NO Fort Frances 3 5 X
NO Kenora 3 X 5
NO Thunder Bay X 5 1
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Southern Round Robin

SO Dundas 8 2 3 X 6 6 1 X X 5 X 10
SO Whitby X 9 2 2 X X 4 5 6 7 6 X
SO Norwood 3 X X 3 3 3 X 2 2 X 3 3


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