Post by JoeyOhCanada on Jun 25, 2022 21:01:44 GMT 1
The Memorial Cup is the national championship of the Canadian Hockey League, a consortium of three major junior ice hockey leagues operating in Canada and parts of the United States. It is a four-team round-robin tournament played between the championship of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) and Western Hockey League (WHL) and a fourth hosting team, which alternates between the three leagues annually.
The four-team format was adopted in 1983 and that is where this will start. All prior Memorial Cup victories will be voided for sake of continuation. Stay tuned for the 1983 Memorial Cup from Portland, Oregon!
Post by JoeyOhCanada on Jun 25, 2022 21:20:14 GMT 1
1983 Round Robin
Oshawa Generals vs. Lethbridge Broncos The opening game of the tournament of the game was a rather lopsided affair as Oshawa scored 4 quick goals to lead 4-0 but Lethbridge stormed back to score 2 in less than 3 minutes. It was not enough however as they fell 5-2 to the Generals.
Portland Winter Hawks vs. Verdun Juniors The host team looked weak in the opening period as Verdun capitalized early to go up 1-0 but the hometown fans wouldn't be waiting long as Portland quickly took the lead in the second period, 2-1. Portland continued to pile it on, scoring 6 more goals to pick up the huge 8-1 victory.
Verdun Juniors vs. Lethbridge Broncos Both teams looked to bounce back after losing their opening games of the tournament and Lethbridge struck first, going up 1-0 early. Verdun came back strong and ended up getting a 3-1 lead after the second period. Lethbridge tried to rally in the third but it was hopeless and Verdun claimed the 3-1 win.
Oshawa Generals vs. Portland Winter Hawks A close matchup between the two teams that ended up going into overtime tied 0-0 and the deadlock was broken early in the first OT when Oshawa scored to get the 1-0 victory.
Lethbridge Broncos vs. Portland Winter Hawks Portland came out of the gate hot, scoring 5 early goals to go up 5-0 and Lethbridge could just never recover, losing the game 7-0.
Oshawa Generals vs. Verdun Juniors Looking to remain undefeated, Oshawa scored early to go up 1-0 and followed it up with two more to go up 3-0. Verdun fought hard to even it up at 3-3 early in the third period leading to another overtime battle which was again won by Oshawa to get the 4-3 victory.
Post by JoeyOhCanada on Jun 30, 2022 0:00:55 GMT 1
1983 Semifinals and Finals
Semifinals Portland Winter Hawks vs. Verdun Juniors The hometown Winter Hawks stormed out of the gates to take an early 2-0 but Verdun fought back into the game to tie it at 2 at the end of the second period. The third period was a back and forth affair and Verdun scored the game-winner with only minutes to go to get the 3-2 victory to send Portland packing.
Finals Oshawa Generals vs. Verdun Juniors Verdun's energy was sapped after their hard fought win against Portland and Oshawa took advantage of that and dominated the entire game, winning 5-1.
This is pretty cool. I would love to see more seasons.
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Post by JoeyOhCanada on Aug 30, 2022 22:43:40 GMT 1
1984 Round Robin
Kitchener Rangers vs. Laval Titan The host Kitchener came out like a rocket on fire scoring 4 quick goals and Laval was unable to mount any sort of comeback as Kitchener got a huge 6-1 victory.
Kitchener Rangers vs. Kamloops Blazers A very close matchup that saw both teams have excellent goaltending heading into the third period where the wall broke down and Kamloops scored 3 goals to win the game 3-0.
Ottawa 67s vs. Laval Titan Laval struggled to get going much like their first game as Ottawa skated circles around them leading 8-0 after the first two period and in the third period, they tacked on 3 more goals to win the game by a whopping 11-0 score.
Ottawa 67s vs. Kamloops Blazers Two powerhouses fought hard in this game, going into the third tied 2-2. The game came down to the final minute of the period where Kamloops slipped the puck past Ottawa's goalie, winning 3-2.
Kamloops Blazers vs. Laval Titan An absolutely massive one-sided affair that saw Kamloops obliterate Laval by a final score of 8-0.
Kitchener Rangers vs. Ottawa 67s The two teams from the OHL had a slug fest both exchanging goals but it was Ottawa that was able to come out and get a 5-4 victory.
Post by JoeyOhCanada on Aug 30, 2022 22:48:26 GMT 1
1984 Semifinals and Finals
Semifinals Ottawa 67s vs. Kitchener Rangers A very close game that saw both teams get in a lot of offense but both goalies were very dominant as well. The game ended up going to overtime tied 1-1 and the host Kitchener managed to sneak one by the Ottawa goalie to get a huge 2-1 win on home ice to advance to the championship finals.
Finals Kamloops Blazers vs. Kitchener Rangers Kamloops came out hot out of the gate dominating from opening puck drop and were up 5-1 after the first period. Kitchener began clawing their way back into it early in the second cutting the score to 5-3 but Kamloops skated away with it and claimed a huge 6-3 victory.