2019 National Junior A Championship

73 days from puck drop in Brooks, Alta., the Road to the National Junior A Championship is underway. Follow every playoff game as 133 CJHL teams become the final five.
When the 2018-19 season opened, 133 teams had the opportunity to become national champions. Who remains?
The Thunder Bay North Stars ran away from the rest of the SIJHL, outscoring their opponents by 251 goals in 56 games.
The Carleton Place Canadians scored the most and allowed the least to make it six-consecutive years atop the CCHL.
The Summerside Western Capitals posted 40 wins in 50 games and a +127 goal differential to finish atop the MHL.
The Soo Thunderbirds finished No. 1 in GF, GA, PP and PK to sit atop the NOJHL for the sixth time in nine years.
The Nipawin Hawks did it with defence, allowing only 118 goals to repeat as regular-season champions in the SJHL.
Unbeaten since November, the Brooks Bandits will take a record-setting 33-game win streak into the AJHL playoffs.
It was scoring by committee for the Portage Terriers, who iced eight 40-point scorers to help them top the MJHL.
The Cobras de Terrebonne opened with 14 wins in 15 games, and rode the best PP and PK in the LHJAAAQ to first place.
The Chilliwack Chiefs rode the momentum from their national title to top the BCHL for the first time in 17 years.
The Oakville Blades scored their way to the top of the OJHL, netting a league-leading 244 goals en route to first place.
The Brooks Bandits have kept the moves to a minimum while putting together one of the best seasons in AJHL history.
Brooks is in familiar territory, running off 11 wins in a row to sit atop the AJHL standings and CJHL Top 20 rankings.
The host Brooks Bandits take on the Central champions to open Canada’s National Junior A Championship.
Champions in 2013, the Brooks Bandits will have a chance to add another to their collection when they host in 2019.
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2018 RBC Cup: CWK 4 – WEL 2 (Championship)
The Chiefs scored three unanswered in the third to win the RBC Cup.
2018 RBC Cup: CWK 3 – OJS 2 (Semifinal)
Pickering got the winner and the Chiefs advanced to the RBC Cup final.
2018 RBC Cup: WEL 2 – WEN 1 (Semifinal)
Capriotti finished with 50 saves to help the Dukes upset the Wild.
2018 RBC Cup: WEN 7 – WEL 1 (Preliminary)
Galambos and Von Ungern had 2G each to help the Wild to first place.
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