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89MemorialCup

The 1989 Memorial Cup occurred May 6-13 at the brand new Saskatchewan Place in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Participating teams were the Western Hockey League champion Swift Current Broncos, the WHL hosts, the Saskatoon Blades, as well as the winners of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and Ontario Hockey League which were the Laval Titan and Peterborough Petes. In the first ever all-WHL final (in fact, an all-Saskatchewan final), an overflow, bi-partisan crowd of more than 11,000 saw Swift Current beat Saskatoon in overtime to win their first Memorial Cup.

Round-robin standings Edit

  GP W L GF GA
Saskatoon Blades (WHL Host) 3 2 1 12 10
Swift Current Broncos (WHL) 3 2 1 16 14
Peterborough Petes (OHL) 3 1 2 8 11
Laval Titan (QMJHL) 3 1 2 11 12

Scores Edit

Round-robin

  • May 6 Swift Current 6-4 Peterborough
  • May 6 Saskatoon 5-3 Laval
  • May 7 Peterborough 3-2 Saskatoon
  • May 7 Swift Current 6-5 Laval
  • May 9 Laval 3-1 Peterborough
  • May 10 Saskatoon 5-4 Swift Current

Tie-breaker

  • May 11 Peterborough 5-4 Laval

Semi-final

  • May 12 Swift Current 6-2 Peterborough

Final

  • May 13 Swift Current 4-3 Saskatoon (OT)

Winning rosterEdit

Scott Albert, Kevin Barrett, Kimbi Daniels, Don Blishen, Peter Kasowski, Sheldon Kennedy, Jeff Knight, Kevin Knopp, Blake Knox, Darren Kruger, Trevor Kruger, Chris Larkin, Dan Lambert, Evan Marble, Trent McCleary, Mark McFarlane, Kyle Reeves, Matt Ripley, Brian Sakic, Geoff Sanderson, Trevor Sim, Wade Smith, Peter Soberlak, Tim Tisdale, Bob Wilkie. Coach: Graham James

Award winners Edit

All-star team


Team PhotosEdit


See alsoEdit

Preceded by
1988 Memorial Cup
Memorial Cup Succeeded by
1990 Memorial Cup


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