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2014 Allan Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2014 Allan Cup was the 2014 Canadian Grand National Championship of Senior ice hockey. This was the 106th year the trophy was awarded. The tournament was contended in Dundas, Ontario from April 14 to April 19, 2014 and hosted by the Dundas Real McCoys of the Ontario Hockey Federation.[1]

The Real McCoys went a perfect 4-0 in the tournament and defeated the Clarenville Caribous 3-2 in overtime in the championship game to win their first Allan Cup.[2]

Participants

  • Defeated Shellbrook Elks 3-0.
  • Automatically qualified as there is no Quebec teams.
  • 5-0-0 exhibition record.

Round robin

Allan Cup Round Robin
Division One
Rank Team Region W-L-T GF GA
1 Clarenville Caribous Atlantic 2-0-0 11 4
2 Brantford Blast OHF 1-1-0 7 10
3 Kenora Thistles HNO 0-2-0 6 10

Division Two
Rank Team Region W-L-T GF GA
1 Dundas Real McCoys Host 2-0-0 10 5
2 South East Prairie Thunder West 1-1-0 6 5
3 Bentley Generals Pacific 0-2-0 3 9

Results

Round Robin results
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
1 Brantford 5 Kenora 4 Final - Shots: 28-25 KEN
2 Dundas 4 South East 3 Final - Shots: 36-29 DUN
3 Kenora 2 Clarenville 5 Final - Shots: 29-24 KEN
4 Bentley 2 Dundas 6 Final - Shots: 31-29 DUN
5 Clarenville 6 Brantford 2 Final - Shots: 35-31 CLA
6 South East 3 Bentley 1 Final - Shots: 37-29 BEN

Championship Round

Quarter and Semi-finals

Quarter and Semi-final results
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
QF Brantford 2 Bentley 3 Final - Shots: 33-20 BEN
QF South East 2 Kenora 3 Final - Shots: 27-26 SPT
SF Clarenville 5 Bentley 1 Final - Shots: 35-27 BEN
SF Dundas 4 Kenora 0 Final - Shots: 29-28 DUN

Final

Allan Cup final
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
F Dundas 3 Clarenville 2 2OT Final - Shots: 53-41 CLA

Awards

Bill Saunders Award (Tournament MVP): Mike Mole (Dundas Real McCoys)

All Star Team

Goalie: Mike Mole (Dundas Real McCoys)
Defense: Luke Gallant (Clarenville Caribous)
Defense: Simon Mangos (Dundas Real McCoys)
Forward: Ryan Christie (Dundas Real McCoys)
Forward: Cam Fraser (Clarenville Caribous)
Forward: Matt Quinn (Clarenville Caribous)

References

  1. ^ http://www.allancup.ca/
  2. ^ "Allan Cup: Real McCoys defeat Caribous in final". Hamilton Spector. 20 April 2014.

External links

This page was last edited on 22 December 2018, at 02:12
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