2014 RBC Cup
Daylan Gatzke scored twice, Chase Norrish added a goal and an assist and Kale Thomson made 34 saves to help the Terriers advance to the RBC Cup championship game for the second time in team history, beating the host Vipers.
Andy Sturtz had a break-out game with a goal and two assists, and Anthony McVeigh scored twice to help the Canadians move on to play for the RBC Cup for the first time in franchise history thanks to a semifinal victory over the first-place Kings.
Derek Falloon was the hero again for the Yorkton Terriers, scoring the game-winner 15:01 into overtime – his second extra-time goal in four days – to give the Terriers their first national championship and earn RBC Cup Star of the Day honours.
Just two years old when his father Troy coached the Vernon Vipers to a national championship in 1999, Logan Mick has a chance to put his name on the RBC Cup as a member of this year’s Vipers, and his father could not be more excited.
In early April, a month shy of 20 years after Dave Kirkpatrick’s overtime winner gave the Olds Grizzlys a win over Kelowna and a Centennial Cup championship on home ice, members of that team returned to the central Alberta city to reminisce. 
From set-up men to shutdown defencemen, goal scorers to goaltenders, International Scouting Services has chosen three players from each of the five teams on the ice at Kal Tire Place in Vernon at the 2014 RBC Cup as Players to Watch.
The 2014 RBC Cup marks the 24-year anniversary of the first time Vernon hosted to Canada’s National Junior A Championship. Take a trip down memory lane and check out the official event program from the 1990 Centennial Cup at the Civic Arena.
Which team has won the most National Junior A Championships? Which team scored the most goals in a game? How many RBC Cup alumni have played in the NHL? Get all the answers in the official RBC Cup Guide & Record Book.
Dexter Dancs was the overtime hero for the Vipers, sliding in the game-winner on the power play 10:17 into the extra frame to send the host team to a Saturday semifinal against Yorkton, and end the Patriots’ RBC Cup run.
Derek Falloon jammed in a loose puck 2:40 into overtime, helping the Terriers to their second must-win victory in 24 hours, booking a spot in Saturday’s semifinals and handing the first-place Kings their first loss of the RBC Cup.
Tayler Thompson scored the winner, Riley Hunt added two assists and the Terriers converted twice on the power play to beat the Canadians for their first victory, staying alive at the RBC Cup for at least one more day.
Five different players scored goals, 10 had at least one point and the Kings stayed undefeated and wrapped up first place in the preliminary round with one game to spare, scoring the game’s first four goals to beat the host Vipers.
Brett D’Andrea scored the game-winner in the final minute of the second period and added two assists, and Luke Edwards had a goal and an assist to help the Canadians get the victory in the Battle of Ontario, beating the Patriots.
Liam Coughlin, Brett Mulcahy and Colton Sparrow scored 41 seconds apart early in the second period, Sparrow finished with a hat trick and the Vipers withstood a wild third-period comeback by the Terriers to earn their first win.
Brent Wold played the role of overtime hero, scoring the game-winning goal 8:37 into the extra period to give the Kings a victory over the Canadians and leave Dauphin as the last remaining team without a loss at the RBC Cup.
Andreas Tsogkas scored once and added two assists, Michael Prapavessis had a goal and a helper and the Patriots scored five unanswered goals to earn their first RBC Cup win, evening their record with a victory over the Terriers.
Vinny Post scored the winner with 4:28 to go, Dylan Gareau and Adam Lloyd also had goals in the third period, and Luke Edwards added two assists to help the Canadians to a win in their RBC Cup debut, beating the host Vipers.
Jesse Bernard scored with just 1:37 remaining to snap a 1-1 tie, Michael Stiliadis made 41 saves and the Kings scored twice in the last 12 minutes to knock off the Patriots and score the first victory of the 2014 RBC Cup.
Standings
Results
Team GP W L OTW OTL PTS
DAU 4 3 1 0 0 6
VER 4 2 2 0 0 4
YOR 4 2 2 0 0 4
CPC 4 2 2 0 0 4
TLP 4 1 3 0 0 2
May 10, 2014
2
1
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2
3
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May 11, 2014
1
5
Final
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3
4
Final
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May 12, 2014
4
6
Final
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May 13, 2014
2
4
Final
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2
5
Final
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May 14, 2014
1
3
Final
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May 15, 2014
1
2
Final
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2
3
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May 17, 2014
6
3
Final
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5
3
Final
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May 18, 2014
3
4
Final
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Scoring
Goaltending
R Player G A PTS
1. Colton Sparrow 5 2 7
2. Michael McNicholas 2 4 6
2. Dexter Dancs 2 4 6
2. Jesse Bernard 3 3 6
2. Andy Sturtz 2 4 6
2. Luke Edwards 2 4 6
2. Brett D’Andrea 1 5 6
3. Andreas Tsogkas 3 2 5
3. Brett Mulcahy 3 2 5
3. Chase Norrish 2 3 5
R Player GAA SV %
1. Michael Stiliadis 2.32 .930
2. Evan Buitenhuis 2.40 .924
3. Danny Todosychuk 2.65 .919
4. Guillaume Therien 2.82 .911
5. Kale Thomson 3.16 .902
6. Austin Smith 3.72 .864
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