2022 Centennial Cup

The largest field in the history of Canada’s National Junior A Championship is set – nine CJHL champions have won their way to Estevan to compete for a national title.
A sprint to the finish set the CCHL champions up for the playoffs and led to a third-consecutive trip to nationals.
They’re the only team without a league title, but that doesn’t mean the SJHL runners-up should be underestimated.
Through COVID shutdowns, arena problems and momentum shifts, there’s not much the SIJHL champions haven’t faced.
The path was a little bit different than they expected, but the MHL champions have reached their end goal – Estevan.
The defending national champions scored at a record-setting pace to earn the opportunity to go back-to-back in Estevan.
Icing four of the league’s top eight scorers, the Ottawa Jr. Senators used a high-powered offence to sit atop the CCHL.
The Toronto Jr. Canadiens survived a five-horse race to claim the OJHL regular-season crown for the first time ever.
A late run of 13 straight wins and a league-leading defence pushed the Soo Thunderbirds to the top of the NOJHL.
Collège Français de Longueuil allowed 53 goals fewer than any other team to take the regular-season title in Quebec.
The Kam River Fighting Walleye made the most of their first full SIJHL season, claiming the regular-season title.
The Summerside Western Capitals lost just four times in regulation to finish 14 points ahead of the field in the MHL.
A season-ending 15-game win streak sent the Steinbach Pistons to the top of the MJHL for the fourth time since 2016.
The Estevan Bruins geared up to host the Centennial Cup by finishing atop the SJHL for the first time since 2004-05.
The Brooks Bandits scored their way to the top of the AJHL once again, potting 371 goals in a 52-6-2 regular season.
The OJHL champs take on the SIJHL titlists in the opener when the 50th National Junior A Championship begins May 19.
An Alberta locale will welcome the Esso Cup and TELUS Cup, while Estevan, Sask., will host a 10-team Centennial Cup.
2019 NJAC: BRO 4 – PG 3 (Championship)
Boyko scored twice to lead the Bandits to their second national title.
2019 NJAC: BRO 4 – OTT 3 (Semifinal)
Boyko scored and set up the GWG to send the Bandits to the final.
2019 NJAC: PG 2 – OAK 1 (Semifinal)
Neaton turned aside 32 shots to lead the Spruce Kings into the final.
2019 NJAC: OAK 7 – OTT 4 (Preliminary)
Reeves scored a hat trick to help the Blades secure third place.
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