Matthew Greenfield stopped each and every one of the 48 shots he faced, Jonathan Desbiens got the winner, and the Warriors blanked the Bobcats to win their first RBC Cup.
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Matthew Greenfield did it again for West Kelowna, posting a 48-save shutout to lead the Warriors to the national title.
How many CJHL games were played this season? How many goals were scored? And how do the Bobcats and Warriors match up?
Brooks Bandits defenceman Cale Makar was the big winner in Lloydminster, taking home Top Defenceman and MVP honours.
Taylor Mulder wasn’t sure he’d play Junior A hockey. Now the 20-year-old is captaining the host Bobcats at the RBC Cup.
Carleton Place has made its third-consecutive run without the services of the injured Vinny Post and Andrew Dodson.
Nine years after guiding Aurora to a national title, Jerome Dupont has brought the Trenton Golden Hawks to the RBC Cup.
West Kelowna captain Kyle Marino has done everything asked of him to help the Warriors to their first-ever RBC Cup.
Recording 104 points in 48 BCHL games with Penticton was just the tip of the iceberg on an impressive 2015-16 season.
He set career highs in goals, assists and points, but Brandon Grandinetti was even better in the classroom this season.
A Centennial Cup champion as a player in 1990, Rylan Ferster wants to add an RBC Cup to his trophy case as a coach.
From set-up men to shutdown defencemen, and goal scorers to goaltenders, ISS Hockey has selected its Players to Watch.
After 478 postseason games across 10 CJHL leagues and three regional tournaments, 131 Junior A teams have become five.
The long wait is finally over for the host Bobcats, who have had more than five weeks to think about a home-ice RBC Cup.
The lone team on the ice in the Border City to have previously won the RBC Cup, the Bandits want national title No. 2.
Just the fourth team to make three straight trips to the RBC Cup, the Canadians are in search of that elusive final win.
The giant killers of Junior A hockey, the West Kelowna Warriors have defied the odds all the way to their first RBC Cup.
Defence wins championships, and the Trenton Golden Hawks have used theirs to win OJHL and Dudley Hewitt Cup titles.
A run to the AJHL semifinals has the Lloydminster Bobcats confident and excited to welcome the best at the 2016 RBC Cup.
The national trade deadline has come and gone, and the Lloydminster Bobcats made a trio of deals before 10 p.m. on Jan. 10.