2020 TELUS Cup

In response to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Hockey Canada has cancelled all sanctioned events, including national championships, effective March 13, 2020.
The playoff puck has dropped, and the Road to the TELUS Cup has begun. Follow every game as 149 teams become six.
When the 2019-20 season opened, 149 Midget teams had the chance to become national champions. Who remains?
No team in B.C. scored more or gave up less than the Okanagan Rockets, who lost just four games in regulation.
Twelve consecutive wins from Nov. 24 to Feb. 9 led the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds to the top of the GNML standings.
The Ottawa Jr. Senators rode the No. 1 defence (79 GA in 45 GP) and a midseason 11-game win streak to top spot in HEO.
Looking for another trip to the TELUS Cup, the Cantonniers de Magog posted the best defence, PP and PK in the LHMAAAQ.
The Moncton Flyers cruised through the NBPEIMMHL with a +118 goal differential and an 18-point advantage.
The Winnipeg Wild dominated in Manitoba, winning 44 of 48 games and outscoring its opponents by a ‘wild’ 211 goals.
It went down to the very last game, but the Regina Pat Canadians edged Saskatoon on a tiebreaker for top spot.
The East Coast Blizzard took control early, winning 10 in a row in September and October en route to first place.
The St. Albert Raiders topped the AMHL with a season-ending 19-0-2 run – including eight- and nine-game win streaks.
The Peterborough Petes did it with defence, allowing 62 goals – 32 fewer than any other team – to finish atop the ETA.
A midseason run of 17 straight games without a defeat sent the Niagara North Stars to the top of the SCTA standings.
The South Shore Mustangs picked up points in 10 of their final 12 games to outlast Halifax and lead the NSMMHL.
The Waterloo Wolves lost just once in regulation and allowed only 63 goals in 35 games to earn the Alliance title.
The Toronto Titans started and finished slow, but a 22-1-2 run in between helped them finish atop the GTHL standings.
Early-bird packages are available for Canada’s National Midget Championship. Fans can see all 19 games for just $65.
Saint-Hyacinthe, Que., will welcome five regional titlists for the 47th edition of Canada’s National Midget Championship.
2019 TELUS Cup: TIS 3 – CGY 2 (Bronze Medal)
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.
2019 TELUS Cup: TOR 4 – CGY 2 (Semifinal)
Wu made 36 saves to lead the Young Nationals into the gold medal game.
2019 TELUS Cup: MAG 4 – TIS 2 (Semifinal)
Robidas had three points to lead the Cantonniers back to the final.