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The 2009 Allan Cup was the 2009 edition of the Canadian National Championship of Senior ice hockey. This tournament marked the 101st year that the Allan Cup has been awarded. The 2009 tournament was hosted by the City of Steinbach, Manitoba and the Steinbach North Stars.[1] The tournament began on April 13, 2009 and ended April 18, 2009.

In the final, the Bentley Generals won their first ever Allan Cup, defeated the South East Prairie Thunder 4-3 in double overtime.

InformationEdit

Both Quebec and that Maritime Provinces will not be represented at the 2009 Allan Cup. This is the second consecutive year that the Maritimes has been unable to muster together a Senior "AAA" club. Quebec will be missing the tournament for the first time in recent history due to their only major Senior league taking a hiatus this season.[2] It is unclear if the league will return for 2009-10.

A new regional grouping was added for 2009, as Northern Ontario was represented by the Thunder Bay Twins who defeated the Kenora Thistles 2-games-to-1.[3] The Southern Ontario region was represented by the Dundas Real McCoys, winner of Major League Hockey, the only league to fully be taking part in this year's Allan Cup.[4]

With Steinbach hosting the 2009 event, the winners of the South East and the Selkirk Rivermen would represent Manitoba at the Allan Cup. The winner ended up being Southeast. Of course [5] Saskatchewan was a battle between the 2007 Allan Cup champion Lloydminster Border Kings and the Weyburn Devils, won by Lloydminster.[6]

Only the Fort St. John Flyers registered in British Columbia, who lost to the Alberta winner, Bentley Generals, in the McKenzie Cup to determine the Pacific seed.[7]

TeamsEdit

  • Formerly the Ile des Chenes North Stars.
  • Won 2003 Allan Cup.
  • 19-2-1-1 exhibition schedule.
  • Formerly the Grunthal Red Wings.
  • 12-3-1-0 exhibition schedule.
  • Defeated Selkirk Rivermen 4-games-to-none to qualify.

Round RobinEdit

Allan Cup Round Robin
Division One
Rank Team League W-L-T GF GA
1 South East Prairie Thunder Manitoba 1-1-0 10 7
2 Lloydminster Border Kings ChHL 1-1-0 5 6
3 Dundas Real McCoys MLH 1-1-0 9 11

Division Two
Rank Team League W-L-T GF GA
1 Bentley Generals ChHL 2-0-0 14 3
2 Steinbach North Stars Manitoba (Host) 1-1-0 7 5
3 Thunder Bay Twins Northern Ontario 0-2-0 1 14

ResultsEdit

Round Robin results
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
1 South East Prairie Thunder 4 Lloydminster Border Kings 0 Final - Shots: 38-24 LBK
2 Steinbach North Stars 5 Thunder Bay Twins 0 Final - Shots: 54-16 SNS
3 Lloydminster Border Kings 5 Dundas Real McCoys 2 Final - Shots: 56-34 LBK
4 Bentley Generals 5 Steinbach North Stars 2 Final - Shots 51-31 Ben
5 Dundas Real McCoys 7 South East Prairie Thunder 6 Final - Shots: 37-34 DRM
6 Thunder Bay Twins 1 Bentley Generals 9 Final - Shots: 60-26 Ben

Championship RoundEdit

Quarter and Semi-finalsEdit

Quarter and Semi-final results
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
QF1 Lloydminster Border Kings 2 Thunder Bay Twins 3 OT Final - Shots: 35-32 LBK
QF2 Steinbach North Stars 8 Dundas Real McCoys 4 Final - Shots: 43-36 SNS
SF1 Bentley Generals 8 Thunder Bay Twins 1 Final - Shots: 49-30 Ben
SF2 South East Prairie Thunder 4 Steinbach North Stars 2 Final - Shots: 44-33 SNS

FinalEdit

Allan Cup final
Game Home Team Score Away Team Score Notes
F Bentley Generals 4 South East Prairie Thunder 3 2OT Final - Shots: 60-45 Ben

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