2018 TELUS Cup

2018 TELUS Cup | National Midget Hockey Championship
After 64 days and 427 games from coast to coast, six teams have survived the Road to the TELUS Cup and punched their tickets to Canada’s National Midget Championship.
The playoff puck has dropped, and the Road to the TELUS Cup has begun. Follow every game as 149 teams become six.
When the 2017-18 season opened, 149 Midget teams had the opportunity to become national champions. Now, who remains?
Will it be Fraser Valley or Lethbridge who skate deeper into uncharted territory and earn a first trip to the TELUS Cup?
Will it be Kenora, Notre Dame, Thunder Bay or Winnipeg that earns the right to wave the West Region banner in Sudbury?
Ajax-Pickering. Hawkesbury. Rockland. Sudbury. Toronto. Waterloo. Who survives and goes north to represent the region?
Five teams – Cole Harbour, Dartmouth, Kensington, Moncton and St. John’s – are left. Who earns the trip to Sudbury?
Top-seeded Magog takes on unbeaten Trois-Rivières for the LHMAAAQ title. Who takes the final step towards Sudbury?
With the regular season behind them, the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves are set for the final stretch on the #Road2TELUS.
The Nickel City is gearing up for two national Midget championships – the TELUS Cup in 2018 and Esso Cup in 2019.
The TELUS Cup hosts flexed their offensive muscle to open the GNML season, scoring 28 goals during a four-game win streak.
As part of the BDO Goals for Kids program, MHAs will benefit from goals scored at select national and international events.
Canada’s National Midget Championship is going back to Northern Ontario; Sudbury will play host to the 2018 TELUS Cup.
Valley West had the No. 1 offence and No. 1 defence to top the BCMML.
Rockland started fast and finished strong to claim HEO honours.
Moncton finished atop the NBPEIMMHL for the sixth time in seven years.
Almost seven goals a game helped the Wild top the MMAAAHL once again.
A midseason 17-game winning streak helped the Hounds top the SMAAAHL.
An 18-game point streak led Oakville to back-to-back SCTA titles.
Lethbridge went worst-to-first to win the AMHL regular-season title.
Halifax survived a three-horse race to edge Dartmouth by one point.
Western won its first 18 games and posted a +96 goal differential.
15-consecutive wins helped Central Ontario to the top of the ETA.
A balanced offence and a strong finish led Magog to the league title.
North Bay won nine of its last 10 to win another regular-season title.
Waterloo lost just four of 35 games to finish atop the Alliance.
Toronto scored almost four goals a game to top the GTHL once again.
2017 TELUS Cup: MIS 4 – REG 1 (Bronze Medal)
Eisfeld made 40 saves to backstop the Rebels to the bronze medal.
2017 TELUS Cup: CBW 5 – SSF 4 OT (Gold Medal)
Chisholm was the OT hero, giving the Islanders a historic TELUS Cup.
2017 TELUS Cup: SSF 4 – REG 3 OT (Semifinal)
Pelletier was the hero, sending the Blizzard to the gold medal game.
2017 TELUS Cup: CBW 2 – MIS 1 (Semifinal)
Stewart scored the GWG and the Islanders booked a trip to the final.
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