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Taking a Look Back... Notre Dame and Calgary at The National Midget Championship
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April 26, 2009
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With the Notre Dame Hounds and Calgary Buffaloes set to clash on Sunday for the gold medal at the 2009 TELUS Cup, hockeycanada.ca takes a look back at past results for both teams at the National Midget Championship.

NOTRE DAME HOUNDS

1979 – Winnipeg, Man.

Notre Dame 11 Andrews 2

St. Michael’s 5 Notre Dame 3

Notre Dame 3 Burnaby 2

Notre Dame 4 St. James 3

Notre Dame 4 Red Deer 2

Notre Dame 7 Ottawa West 2 (bronze medal)

5 wins, 1 loss – 32 GF, 16 GA

1980 – Cornwall, Ont.

Notre Dame 9 Fort Frances 3

Notre Dame 7 Calgary 2

Notre Dame 6 North Shore 4

Notre Dame 4 Brandon 2

Notre Dame 5 Sault Ste. Marie 3

Notre Dame 5 Ste-Foy 1 (gold medal)

6 wins, 0 losses – 36 GF, 15 GA

1981 – Halifax, N.S.

Lac St-Louis 3 Notre Dame 3

Notre Dame 4 M.N.S. 0

Notre Dame 6 Calgary 3

Kitchener 4 Notre Dame 2

Notre Dame 7 Prince George 2

Kitchener 5 Notre Dame 2 (quarter-final)

3 wins, 2 losses, 1 tie – 24 GF, 17 GA

1982 – Victoria, B.C.

Notre Dame 6 Edmonton 1

Notre Dame 4 St. Catharines 1

Notre Dame 6 Cape Breton 5

Ste-Foy 4 Notre Dame 1

Notre Dame 3 St. Boniface 2

Cape Breton 2 Notre Dame 1 (quarter-final)

4 wins, 2 losses – 21 GF, 15 GA

1984 – North Bay, Ont.

Notre Dame 3 Sherwood Park 0

Notre Dame 4 Ottawa West 0

Notre Dame 7 Dartmouth 0

North Bay 3 Notre Dame 1

Lac St-Louis 4 Notre Dame 1

Notre Dame 7 Lac St-Louis 4 (semifinal)

North Bay 5 Notre Dame 3 (gold medal)

4 wins, 3 losses – 26 GF, 16 GA

1986 – Moncton, N.B.

Notre Dame 3 Ste-Foy 1

Notre Dame 10 Toronto 1

Notre Dame 7 Moncton 4

Notre Dame 9 St. John’s 3

Notre Dame 4 Burnaby 1

Notre Dame 10 St. John’s 1 (semifinal)

Notre Dame 8 Toronto 5 (gold medal)

7 wins, 0 losses – 51 GF, 16 GA

1987 – Gloucester, Ont.

Notre Dame 9 Gloucester 5

Richelieu 2 Notre Dame 1

Notre Dame 7 Dartmouth 2

Notre Dame 4 Calgary Buffaloes 0

Sudbury 1 Notre Dame 0

Notre Dame 5 Calgary Buffaloes 4 (2OT) (semifinal)

Richelieu 6 Notre Dame 2 (gold medal)

4 wins, 3 losses – 28 GF, 19 GA

1990 – Sorel, Que.

Notre Dame 5 St. Albert 0

Notre Dame 4 Richelieu 1

Ste-Foy 4 Notre Dame 1

Notre Dame 4 Fredericton 2

Toronto 2 Notre Dame 2

Richelieu 5 Notre Dame 4 (OT) (semifinal)

Notre Dame 5 St. Albert 3 (bronze medal)

4 wins, 2 losses, 1 tie – 25 GF, 17 GA

ALL-TIME: 37 WINS, 13 LOSSES, 2 TIES – 243 GF, 131 GA

CALGARY BUFFALOES

1985 – Regina, Sask.

Calgary 4 Regina 1

Lac St-Louis 7 Calgary 2

Calgary 11 Thunder Bay 2

Calgary 2 Toronto 2

Dartmouth 5 Calgary 1

Regina 5 Calgary 1 (semifinal)

Calgary 4 Dartmouth 1 (bronze medal)

3 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie – 25 GF, 23 GA

1987 – Gloucester, Ont.

Calgary 4 Sudbury 2

Richelieu 3 Calgary 2

Calgary 5 Gloucester 2

Notre Dame 4 Calgary Buffaloes 0

Calgary 5 Dartmouth 3

Notre Dame 5 Calgary Buffaloes 4 (2OT) (semifinal)

Calgary 8 Sudbury 2 (bronze medal)

4 wins, 3 losses – 33 GF, 16 GA

1989 – St. John’s, N.L.

Regina 6 Calgary 2

Calgary 3 Ste-Foy 1

Calgary 6 St. John’s 1

Wexford 3 Calgary 1

Calgary 5 Antigonish 0

Calgary 5 Wexford 4 (semifinal)

Calgary 4 Regina 3 (gold medal)

5 wins, 2 losses – 26 GF, 18 GA

1998 – Sudbury, Ont.

Calgary 6 Saint John 5

Calgary 9 Sudbury 2

Calgary 7 Don Mills 1

Calgary 7 Saskatoon 4

Charles Lemoyne 5 Calgary 5

Sudbury 5 Calgary 2 (semifinal)

Calgary 5 Saskatoon 4 (bronze medal)

5 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie – 41 GF, 26 GA

2006 – Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Prince Albert 7 Calgary 2

Toronto 5 Calgary 4

Calgary 4 Charlottetown 1

Calgary 6 Châteauguay 4

Calgary 6 St. John’s 1

Calgary 3 Toronto 2 (semifinal)

Prince Albert 5 Calgary 4 (3OT) (gold medal)

4 wins, 3 losses – 29 GA, 28 GA

2008 – Arnprior, Ont.

Winnipeg 3 Calgary 0

Calgary 2 Sudbury 2

Calgary 5 Ottawa Valley 1

Calgary 1 Saint-François 0

Cole Harbour 4 Calgary 3

Sudbury 5 Calgary 2 (semifinal)

Saint-François 7 Calgary 4 (bronze medal)

2 wins, 4 losses, 1 tie – 17 GF, 22 GA

ALL-TIME: 23 WINS, 16 LOSSES, 3 TIES – 166 GF, 138 GA


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