Aidan Casey scored two goals, Liam Gillanders got the game-winner on a second-period power play, and the Rangers topped the host Vito’s to win their first TELUS Cup.
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Aidan Casey scored a pair of goals, helped North York hoist the TELUS Cup and earned the final nod as No. 1 star.
Mathias Laferriere was the big winner at the Saint John Trade and Convention Centre, taking home MVP and Top Scorer.
The TELUS Cup is in New Brunswick for the first time since the 14-year-old ‘Next One’ racked up 24 points in 2002.
Six TELUS Cup alumni are on international duty this spring, and have used the tournament to aid the road to Team Canada.
After losing his dad just days before the start of the playoffs, Austin McGrath put together a postseason for the ages.
Lac St-Louis and Saskatoon had regular season winning percentages under .500, but they’ll play for a national title.
From east to west, Canada’s top six Midget teams have survived the long journey to Quispamsis, N.B., for the TELUS Cup.
Owners of the 11th-best record in the LHMAAAQ, the Lions beat four of the top six teams to advance to the TELUS Cup.
The Bobcats allowed only one goal in their last seven AMHL playoff games, helping Lloydminster to its first TELUS Cup.
No playoffs? No problem. The Contacts won the West Regional and clinched a third trip to the TELUS Cup in five years.
The Vito’s were not satisfied with simply hosting the TELUS Cup; they won their way in with league and regional titles.
After the Toronto Young Nationals became the first GTHL team to win the TELUS Cup, the Rangers want to repeat the feat.
It’s a new year, with a new name and new colours, but the result is the same – the Dartmouth is back at the TELUS Cup.
The Valley West Hawks were the class of the BCMML, thanks to a helping hand from Olympic gold medallist Meghan Agosta.
How are Saskatoon, St. John’s, and Waterloo getting ready for their second chance at glory as TELUS Cup regional hosts?