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The Centennial Cup 1977 is the Tier II Junior "A" 1977 ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League.

The Centennial Cup was competed for by the winners of the Western Canadian Champions and the Eastern Canadian Champions.

The finals were hosted by the Prince Albert Raiders in the city of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

TeamsEdit

MCC FinalsEdit

Centennial Cup Results
Date Away Team Score Home Team Score
May 6 Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 Prince Albert Raiders 6
May 7 Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 Prince Albert Raiders 5
May 8 Pembroke Lumber Kings 3 Prince Albert Raiders 6
May 10 Pembroke Lumber Kings 3 Prince Albert Raiders 4

Prince Albert Raiders beat Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 wins to none.

Regional ChampionshipsEdit

Manitoba Centennial Cup: Prince Albert Raiders
Abbott Cup: Prince Albert Raiders
Eastern Champions: Pembroke Lumber Kings
Doyle Cup: Calgary Canucks
Anavet Cup: Prince Albert Raiders
Dudley Hewitt Cup: Pembroke Lumber Kings
Callaghan Cup: Charlottetown Islanders

Role of League ChampionsEdit

AJHL: Calgary Canucks
BCJHL: Nanaimo Clippers
CJHL: Pembroke Lumber Kings
EJHL: Sydney Millionaires
IJHL: Charlottetown Generals
MJHL: Dauphin Kings
Newfoundland: Corner Brook Jr. Royals
NBJHL:
OPJHL: North York Rangers
PacJHL: Richmond Sockeyes
QJAHL: La Tuque Wolves
SJHL: Prince Albert Raiders
SOJAHL: Guelph Platers
TBJHL: Thunder Bay Eagles

AwardsEdit

Most Valuable Player: Barry Archibald (Prince Albert Raiders)
Top Scorer: Barry Archibald and Al Moore (Prince Albert Raiders)


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