2024 TELUS Cup

Marc-Olivier Proteau and Antoine Boudreau had a goal and two assists each, helping the Cantonniers down the Wheat Kings and claim their second national championship.
Brayden Gourley and Rhys Jamieson scored in the shootout, Kael Svenson was perfect and the Buffaloes won bronze.
The Fraser Valley will play host to the 50th edition of Canada’s Men’s U18 National Club Championship next spring.
Making Dreams Come True
During the 2024 TELUS Cup, the Hockey Canada Foundation made Dreams Come True for 29 young players in Membertou.
Ailment into opportunity
Eadan McParland hasn’t let Type 1 diabetes stand in the way of his hockey dreams, instead becoming a role model.
The Central champions have endured the longest road to Membertou and their first-ever trip to nationals.
The Quebec champions continued their dynastic run, qualifying for nationals for the fourth time in five tries.
The Atlantic champions completed a huge turnaround, culminating with a historic appearance on the national stage.
The West champions were almost unbeatable, outscoring opponents 334-103 on their way to Membertou.
Good in the defensive end and even better on offence, the Pacific champions bring a 200-foot game to Membertou.
After more than seven weeks on the sidelines, the hosts are ready to resume their quest for a home-ice national title.
Membertou and the Sydney Rush are excited to finally showcase their community and culture at the TELUS Cup.
The host Sydney Rush will face the champions of the Pacific Region when the TELUS Cup begins April 22 in Membertou.
Seven communities in five provinces – from B.C. to P.E.I. – will play host to national and international events.
Turko had 3G 1A as the Wheat Kings moved into the gold medal game.
Courchesne had a hat trick to send the Cantonniers back to the final.
Dickson posted four goals and eight points in the Wild’s first win.
Raymond made 25 saves to help the Cantonniers finish a perfect prelims.
Jacobson had 1G 3A to help the Wheat Kings wrap up third place.
Collins finished with 1G 4A to help the Waxers past the host Rush.
Courchesne scored the game-winner to keep the Cantonniers perfect.
Williams was in on all three goals, recording 1G 2A in the Buffaloes win.
Courchesne had 3G 2A to help the Cantonniers to a third-straight win.
Odut and Hoad scored, and the Wheat Kings hung on for the victory.
Manikis scored the OT winner to give the Waxers a comeback victory.
Saunderson scored the GWG in a come-from-behind Wheat Kings win.
The Buffaloes rode a three-goal second period to another victory.
Cyr scored two of the Cantonniers’ four PPGs in their second win.
Matthews and Jamieson scored 4G each to help the Buffaloes to a win.
Morin scored twice to lead the Cantonniers past the Wheat Kings.
Collins finished with 2G 1A as the Waxers hung on for the first win.
Road to the TELUS Cup
Who moves on and represents the Central Region in Membertou?
Buffaloes versus Chiefs. Who represents the region in Membertou?
Cantonniers versus Estacades. Who represents the region in Membertou?
Wheat Kings. Blazers. Kings. Wild. Who will win the West?
Majors. Macs. Wild. Flyers. Growlers. Who goes to Membertou?

Fraser Valley won 30 of 36 games to sit atop the BCEHL standings.

Sudbury rode a league-best defence (91 GA) to finish atop the GNU18L.

Saint-François scored a LHM18AAAQ-leading 163 goals to finish first.

Lambton scored 137 goals to claim top spot in the Alliance.

Wheat Kings dominated the MBU18AAAHL, losing just once in 44 games.

The Blazers edged the Pat Canadians claim the top spot in the SMAAAHL.

Flyers used a NBPEIU18MHL-best defence (98 GA) to claim the top seed.

Buffaloes scored its way to the top of the AEHL to earn first place.

The Ottawa Jr. 67’s lost just four games to finish atop the HEO.

With 3.89 GPG, the Jr. Canadiens scored their way to the top of the GTHL.

Avec 34 gains en 38 matchs, les Macs de Halifax dominent la NSU18MHL.

Ajax-Pickering Raiders had a +118 goal differential to finish first. 
Pinnacle cruised to the top of the NLU18MHL with a 23-point cushion.
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2024 TELUS Cup: Saturday, April 27 (Semifinals)
The Cantonniers and Wheat Kings punched their tickets to the TELUS Cup final.
2024 TELUS Cup: Friday, April 26 (Preliminary)
The Cantonniers, Wheat Kings and Wild had a fantastic Friday at the TELUS Cup.
2024 TELUS Cup: Thursday, April 25 (Preliminary)
The Buffaloes, Cantonniers and Waxers got the job done Thursday at the TELUS Cup.
2024 TELUS Cup: Wednesday, April 24 (Preliminary)
The Cantonniers, Wheat Kings and Waxers were Wednesday winners at the TELUS Cup.
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