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2005 TELUS Cup award winners announced
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April 22, 2005
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GATINEAU, QC – The 2005 TELUS CUP, Canada’s National Midget Championship held its Awards Banquet on Friday in Gatineau, QC where the Championship Directorate announced all individual award winners for the 2005 TELUS Cup.

The 2005 TELUS CUP, Canada’s National Midget Hockey Championship Winners

TELUS Most Valuable Player

David Richard – Saskatoon Contacts (West)

Most Sportsmanlike
Simon Danis-Pépin – L’intrépide de Gatineau (Host)

Top Goaltender
Bobby Nadeau – Commandeurs de Lévis (Quebec)

Top Defenceman
Eric Gryba – Saskatoon Contacts (West)

Top Forward
Kyle Bortis – Saskatoon Contacts (West)

Top Scorer
Kyle Bortis – Saskatoon Contacts (West)

Esso Most Dedicated Award/Scholarship
James Murdoch – Don Mills Flyers (Central)

Semi-final action takes place on Saturday, April 23 as the Don Mills Flyers (Central) face off against the Saskatoon Contacts (West) at 2:00 pm (Eastern) and the Intrépide de Gatineau (Host) face les Commandeurs de Lévis (Quebec) at 6:00 pm (Eastern). 

Both semi-final games and the Gold medal game will be broadcast on TSN/RDS, Hockey Canada’s official broadcaster.  The two semi-final games will be tape delayed and shown at 8:00 pm ET and 11:30pm ET on Saturday, April 23 while the Gold medal game will be broadcast live beginning at 2:30 pm ET on Sunday, April 24.


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