2008 RBC Cup

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WEST 1 - PACIFIC 0
SUNDAY, MAY 11 | CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

The Humboldt Broncos and Junior A hockey champions of Canada. Taylor Nelson made 31 saves, including a remarkable glove save off Camrose sniper Joe Colborne with just one second remaining, as the Humboldt Broncos claimed their second national championship in five years with a 1-0 win over the Kodiaks on Sunday in Cornwall, ON. Edward Gale scored the lone goal for the Broncos, who beat Camrose five years ago – to the day – for their first national title. » summary | photos

RBC CUP STAR OF THE DAY
DAY 9 - SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2008

Is there a better way to cap a season than with a 30-save shutout of the country's top team in the national championship game? Not if you're Taylor Nelson, who is Sunday's 2008 RBC Cup Star of the Day. » more

 

$48,500 PROFIT ANNOUNCED
FOR 2008 RBC CUP IN CORNWALL

Organizers of the 2008 RBC Cup in Cornwall, ON have announced a profit of more than $48,500 for the National Junior A Championship, which was held May 3-11, 2008 at the Cornwall Civic Complex. » more

 

HOST 1 - WEST 6
SAT. MAY 10
SEMI-FINAL

Edward Gale scored twice and Tory Allan added a goal and an assist as the Humboldt Broncos advanced to the championship game for the second time in five years with a 6-1 win over the Cornwall Colts on Saturday night. » summary | photos

 

EAST 0 - PACIFIC 3
SAT. MAY 10
SEMI-FINAL

Allen York made 17 saves for the shutout, lowering his goals against average to a miniscule 0.75, as the Camrose Kodiaks advanced to the championship game with a 3-0 win over the Pictou County Weeks Crushers. » summary | photos

 

2008 RBC CUP
AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The 2008 RBC Cup, Canada's 38th National Junior A Championship, held its awards banquet on Friday night in Cornwall, ON. The recipients of all six individual awards were announced at the banquet. » more

 

RYBALKA BECOMES
ALL-TIME WINS LEADER

With the 2-1 win by his Camrose Kodiaks over the Cornwall Colts on Wednesday night at the 2008 RBC Cup, Kodiaks head coach Boris Rybalka surpassed Dwight McMillan as the all-time winningest coach at a Canadian national hockey championship. » more

 

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