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The Centennial Cup 1989 is the Junior "A" 1989 ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League.

The Centennial Cup was competed for by the winners of the Abbott Cup, Dudley Hewitt Cup, the Callaghan Cup, and a host city.

The tournament was hosted by the Summerside Western Capitals in the city of Summerside, Prince Edward Island.

The PlayoffsEdit

Round RobinEdit

Rank Team League Ticket W-L GF GA
1 # Thunder Bay Flyers USHL Dudley Hewitt Cup 2-1 18 9
2 x Moncton Hawks MVJHL Callaghan Cup 2-1 13 11
3 x Summerside Western Capitals IJHL Host 2-1 13 14
4 Vernon Lakers BCJHL Abbott Cup 0-3 8 18

Note: # - denotes team advanced to the final.

Note: x - denotes teams who have advanced to the semi-final.


Thunder Bay Flyers defeated Vernon Lakers 8-2
Summerside Western Capitals defeated Thunder Bay Flyers 5-4
Moncton Hawks defeated Vernon Lakers 5-2
Moncton Hawks defeated Summerside Western Capitals 6-3
Thunder Bay Flyers defeated Moncton Hawks 6-2
Summerside Western Capitals defeated Vernon Lakers 5-4 double overtime

Semi FinalEdit

Summerside Western Capitals defeated Moncton Hawks 3-2 third overtime


Thunder Bay Flyers defeated Summerside Western Capitals 4-1


Most Valuable Player: Todd Hendersen (Thunder Bay Flyers)
Top Scorer: Greg Johnson (Thunder Bay Flyers)
Most Sportsmanlike Player: Cam Sylven (Vernon Lakers)

All-Star TeamEdit


Greg Johnson (Thunder Bay Flyers)
Ken Murchison (Summerside Western Capitals)
Jason Bortolussi(Thunder Bay Flyers)


Rodney Gallant (Summerside Western Capitals)
Stephane Duval (Moncton Hawks)


Darin Baker (Moncton Hawks)

Role of League ChampionsEdit

AJHL: Red Deer Rustlers
BCJHL: Vernon Lakers
CJHL: Pembroke Lumber Kings
IJHL: Summerside Western Capitals
MJHL: Winnipeg South Blues
MVJHL: Moncton Hawks
NOJHL: Sudbury Cubs
PCJHL: Williams Lake Mustangs
QPJHL: Longueuil Collège Français
SJHL: Humboldt Broncos

Team PhotosEdit

External linksEdit

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