2024 TELUS Cup

From the BCEHL to the NLU18MHL, the puck has dropped on playoff hockey. Follow along as 136 teams look to secure one of six spots at the 2024 TELUS Cup in Membertou, NS.
The Ottawa Jr. 67’s lost just four of 30 games and finished 10 points above the rest of the field in Eastern Ontario.
The Toronto Jr. Canadiens scored their way to the top of the GTHL, averaging 3.89 goals a game to earn first place. 
The Halifax Macs won 34 of 38 games to hold off Dartmouth and claim top spot in the NSU18MHL regular season.
The Ajax-Pickering Raiders posted a +118 goal differential in 38 games to sit atop the OMHA regular season standings.
The Pinnacle Growlers cruised to the top of the NLU18MHL once again, finishing 23 points clear of second-place Tri Pen.
Membertou and the Sydney Rush are excited to finally showcase their community and culture at the TELUS Cup.
Watch five regional champions from across the country and the host Sydney Rush compete for a national title!
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.
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2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 7 – Sunday, April 30
The Blizzard defeat the Gaulois for gold and the Blazers take home bronze
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 6 – Saturday, April 29
The Blizzard and Gaulois win to set up an all Quebec U18 Club Nationals final.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 5 – Friday, April 28
The Flames, Blazers and Jr. Canadiens won to wrap up the preliminary round.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 4 – Thursday, April 27
The Blazers, Blizzard and Gaulois won to stay in the winner’s circle.
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