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These are the playoffs for the 1975-76 University Cup, the CIAU Canadian university championship. This format lasted only one season and was abandoned due to ridiculousness. There were still five conferences in Canada. There was a "final four" tournament in Toronto and the U of T qualified automatically as hosts. This marked the first time the host was given an automatic berth, a tradition which continues to this day. The OUA champion qualified automatically because somebody had to. The GPAC and CWUAA champions and runners-up played in a western regional tournament. Similarly the QUAA and AUS winners and runners-up played an eastern regional tournament. The regional tournament winners qualified for the final four, along with the OUA winners and host. This is where it got weird. In the national tournament the winners and losers on opening day all advanced to the sudden-death semi-finals. Really.

 BACK-1975 : NEXT-1977

Western TournamentEdit

Participating TeamsEdit

Semi-FinalsEdit

Sudden death @ Calgary

Date Winner Loser Location
March 5 Calgary 6 Brandon 4 Calgary
March 5 Alberta 6 Manitoba 5 Calgary

FinalEdit

Sudden death @ Calgary

Date Winner Loser Location
March 6 Calgary 3 Alberta 1 Calgary

Calgary wins western regional tournament and advances to national tournament.

Eastern TournamentEdit

Participating TeamsEdit

Semi-FinalsEdit

Sudden death @Montreal

Date Winner Loser Location
March 5 Concordia 5 Moncton 0 Montreal
March 5 St. Francis Xavier 4 Laval 1 Montreal

FinalEdit

Sudden death @Montreal

Date Winner Loser Location
March 6 Concordia 5 St. Francis Xavier 3 Montreal

Concordia wins eastern regional tournament and advances to national tournament.

ByesEdit

Guelph and Toronto had byes to national tournament.

National TournamentEdit

Participating TeamsEdit

First RoundEdit

Seeding games @ Toronto

Date Winner Loser Location
March 11 Concordia 5 Guelph 2 Toronto
March 11 Calgary 5 Toronto 4 Toronto

Semi-FinalsEdit

Sudden death @ Toronto (winners of First Round games vs. losers of other First Round games)

Date Winner Loser Location
March 13 Toronto 3 Concordia 2 Toronto
March 13 Guelph 4 Calgary 1 Toronto

FinalEdit

Sudden death @ Toronto

Date Winner Loser Location
March 14 Toronto 7 Guelph 2 Toronto

University of Toronto Varsity Blues won the University Cup.

Team PhotosEdit

Game AdsEdit

See AlsoEdit

List of University Cup Playoffs

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