2022 TELUS Cup

The day one of the 2022 TELUS Cup came to a close with the Mississauga Reps, the Moncton Flyers and the Cantonniers de Magog getting wins to start off the week.
The most successful team in TELUS Cup history, the Notre Dame Hounds are on the hunt for a sixth national title.
After falling in the final in 2018 and 2019, the Quebec Region champions are back, looking for that elusive last win.
Winners of 15 consecutive games (and 22 of their last 23), the Atlantic champs are coming to Okotoks flying high.
The Central champs took advantage of a second chance and earned an opportunity to continue a run of GTHL success.
Backstopped by a veteran goaltender, the Sydney Rush will travel 5,000 km to serve as host team at the TELUS Cup.
Newcomers to the national stage, the Vancouver NE Chiefs want to make a little bit of history at their first TELUS Cup.
Almost three years in the making, the TELUS Cup hosts are finally getting their chance to play for a national title.
The Road to the TELUS Cup has come to an end, and five regional representatives have won their way to Okotoks.
Will the Notre Dame Hounds earn an 11th TELUS Cup appearance, or will another champion emerge from the West Region?
Will the Halifax Macs earn a seventh TELUS Cup appearance, or will a new champion emerge from the Atlantic Region?
Will the reigning TELUS Cup champions from Toronto repeat, or will a new Central team earn its way to Alberta?
Will Calgary book trip No. 9 to the TELUS Cup, or can Vancouver NE punch its first-ever ticket to nationals?
Canada’s best U18 club teams will gather in Okotoks, Alta., for the Esso Cup and TELUS Cup, and tickets are on sale.
The Burlington Eagles closed with four wins in a row to edge Grey-Bruce on points percentage atop the SCTA standings.
The Fort Saskatchewan Rangers used a home-ice advantage – losing just once in 19 games as host – to top the AEHL.
The Ajax-Pickering Raiders posted a +113 goal differential in just 28 games to earn the ETA regular-season title.
Paced by its league-leading offence – 227 goals in 40 games – the Brandon Wheat Kings edged out Winnipeg in Manitoba.
The Nepean Raiders scored more and allowed less than any team in HEO, winning 27 of 32 games to take top spot. 
The Vancouver NE Chiefs lost just four games in regulation time to claim the regular-season title in the BCEHL.
The Mississauga Reps opened on a 22-game unbeaten run to keep them on top of the GTHL from start to finish.
The Windsor Spitfires relied on goal differential (+31 to +21) to edge out Huron-Perth in a tiebreaker in the Alliance.
The Halifax Macs scored their way to the regular-season crown in the NSU18MHL, potting 186 goals in 34 games.
The Soo Jr. Greyhounds ran off six- and nine-game winning streaks en route to the regular-season title in the GNU18L.
The Pinnacle Growlers romped to the top of the NLU18MHL, finishing 23 points clear of second-place East Coast.
The Moncton Flyers are regular-season champions of the NBPEIU18MHL once again, leading in GF (171) and GA (55).
The Chevaliers de Lévis outlasted Magog in a two-horse race in Quebec, losing just eight of 40 games to earn top spot.

Eight different scorers got on the board in the Reps opening win.

Lounsbury scored twice in Moncton’s opening win of the 2022 TELUS Cup.

Boilard finished with three points in Magog’s opening TELUS Cup win.

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Martin turned aside 34 shots, leading the Trojans to a bronze medal.
2019 TELUS Cup: TOR 2 – MAG 1 2OT (Gold Medal)
Martino was the OT hero, giving the Young Nationals the TELUS Cup.
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Wu made 36 saves to lead the Young Nationals into the gold medal game.
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Robidas had three points to lead the Cantonniers back to the final.
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