2004 RBC Royal Bank Cup

THE AURORA TIGERS CAPTURE THE 2004 RBC ROYAL BANK CUP

GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB – The Aurora Tigers, who are the Central Region champions, have gone the distance and captured the 2004 RBC Royal Bank Cup, Canada’s National Junio A Hockey Championship. The Aurora Tigers defeated the Kindersley Klippers 7-1 on Sunday afternoon, in front of a boisterous crowd of 2,721 at the Crystal Centre.» more

THE AURORA TIGERS AND THE KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS SET TO FACE OFF FOR 2004 RBC ROYAL BANK CUP

GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB – After seven days of competition and two semi-final games, it has come down to the Aurora Tigers (Central Region) and the Kindersley Klippers (West Region) facing off for the 2004 RBC Royal Bank Cup. » more

Award winners focus on
Saturday’s semifinals
By Laurence Heinen

If the Grande Prairie Storm hopes to advance to Sunday’s final of the RBC Royal Bank Cup, they first have to get past the Kindersley Klippers and the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. » more

 

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP HANDED OUT » more

Winners were as follows:
Most Valuable Player
Kevin Dziaduck
Top Scorer
Josh Welter
Top Forward
Scott McCulloch
(Grande Prairie Storm)
Top Defencemen
Kyle Radke
(Grande Prairie Storm)
Top Goaltender
Chris Whitley (Aurora Tigers)
Most Sportsmanlike Player
Grant Clitsome (Nepean Raiders)
RBC Financial Group Canadian Junior "A" Scholarship National Winner
Adam Kinnaird
 
For more information:
Ryan Robins Manager, Marketing Services