2023 Centennial Cup

Ethan Barwick made 30 saves, Hudson Malinoski scored twice and the Bandits rode a four-goal second period to their third straight Centennial Cup championship.
Centennial Cup alumni Zack and Tanner Waldvogel are volunteering in Portage with their parents, Gregg and Tracy.
Collingwood spent a few hours helping at the local Salvation Army, giving out more than just food to those in need.
Capping off his final junior hockey season at the Centennial Cup, Noah Pak has a bright future – on and off the ice.
A year ago, Danylo Korzhyletskyi and Mikhail Simchuk were playing in Ukraine. Now, they’re thriving in Brooks.
Fifteen years after winning a national title with Humboldt, Brayden Klimosko has returned behind the Battlefords bench.
Making their fourth straight appearance at the Centennial Cup, the Jr. Senators have plenty of experience to lean on.
The Cobras have earned their first Centennial Cup since 2017 thanks to terrific goaltending and offensive depth.
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Road to Centennial: Portage
The Terriers are the only team at the Centennial Cup without a league title, but that doesn't mean they don't belong.
The Fighting Walleye have reeled in their first Centennial Cup appearance after winning the SIJHL championship.
A rock-solid goaltending tandem and offensively charged duo pushed the Rock to their first  Centennial Cup appearance.
After a gruelling playoff run, the Steinbach Pistons are going to the Centennial Cup for the first time since 2018.
The two-time defending Centennial Cup champions aim to make history by capturing a third-straight national title.
A defence-first mentality and standout goaltending pushed the Collingwood Blues to their first Centennial Cup.
The Mariners successfully navigated their way to their first Centennial Cup thanks to a historic playoff run.
After a 23-year absence, a high-powered offence and very good goaltending have led the North Stars to the big dance.
Forty-four officials have been selected for the Esso Cup, Men’s U18 National Club Championship and Centennial Cup.
The host Portage Terriers will welcome nine CJHL league champions for the 2023 Centennial Cup, beginning May 11.
Who has won the most national titles? Which teams scored 11 goals in a game? How many alumni have played in the NHL?
Hockey Canada has unveiled the host communities for six national and international events, from B.C. to Nova Scotia.
Six different players scored to help the North Stars power past the hosts.
Beljo scored twice to send the Bandits to another national final.
Monteith stopped 36 shots, propelling the Terriers to the semifinals.
Applebee made 32 saves, helping the Jr. Senators to the semis.
Nathan Kelly scored the game-winning goal 10:59 into the third period.
Boivin stopped all three shooters, helping the Rock beat the Jr. Sens.
Josh Kotai's brilliant performance propelled North Stars to playoffs. 
Fink had 1G 3A to help the Bandits complete a perfect prelims.

Four players scored to help the Blues clinch a place in the playoffs.

The North Stars took down the Terriers to move atop Group B standings.
Ethan Barwick made 13 saves to get his first shutout of the tournament.
Ottawa held off a third-period push from the Mariners to get win No. 2.
Di Cesare scored twice in the third period to give the Cobras the win.
Amsbaugh recorded 1G 2A to help the Pistons into the win column.
Peters and Neill had 4P each as the Terriers set a record for goals.
A four-goal second period powered the Bandits past the Jr. Senators.
Garvey, Dooley and Young scored goals as the Blues beat the North Stars.
Neill scored two goals as the Terriers earned an opening win at home.
Poole scored the overtime winner to give the Rock their first win.
Gentile scored the winner 1:12 into overtime for the Jr. Senators. 

Strachan scored 4:04 into overtime to give the Blues the victory.

Beyer and Dutil scored 2G each to lead the Bandits to a victory.

Kesselring had a goal and an assist to lead the North Stars to a win.

CJHL Leagues
Timmins edged Greater Sudbury by one point to top the NOJHL.

Portage finished five points clear of Steinbach to sit atop the MJHL. 

With just 2.29 GAPG, Ottawa topped the CCHL once again.

Kam River made it back-to-back regular season titles in the SIJHL.
Battlefords led the SJHL in GF and GA to sit atop the standings.
Solid goaltending propelled Yarmouth to first place in the MHL. 
With six losses in 48 games, Terrebonne sat atop the LHJAAAQ.

Brooks finished atop the AJHL for the third straight season. 

Toronto edged out Collingwood to become OJHL regular season champs. 

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2024 Centennial Cup: Sunday, May 19 (Championship)
The Blues won their first national title at the 2024 Centennial Cup in Oakville.
2024 Centennial Cup: Saturday, May 18 (Semifinal)
The Blues and Mustangs earned semifinal wins on Day 10 in Oakville.
2024 Centennial Cup: Friday, May 17 (Quarterfinal)
The Timberwolves and Canucks will play in the semifinals after winning on Day 9.
2024 Centennial Cup: Wednesday, May 15 (Preliminary)
The Cubs, Blues and Mustangs earned the final wins of the preliminary round on Day 7 at the Centennial Cup.