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2011 Memorial Cup
Mississauga, Ontario

2011 Memorial Cup Logo

Host team Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
Champions Saint John Sea Dogs
Duration May 20–29, 2011
Number of games 9
Number of teams 4
Total attendance 48,248
TV partner(s) Rogers Sportsnet , RDS
Memorial Cup Tournaments

 2010

2012 

The 2011 Memorial Cup was a four-team round-robin format ice hockey tournament played from May 20–29, 2011 in Mississauga, Ontario. It was the 93rd Memorial Cup championship and determined the champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). The Ontario Hockey League (OHL) announced on May 10, 2010 that the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors were chosen to host the event at the Hershey Centre. Other tournament participants included the Owen Sound Attack from the Ontario Hockey League, the Saint John Sea Dogs from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Kootenay Ice from the Western Hockey League.

The Majors won the right to host the event over the Barrie Colts, Kingston Frontenacs and Windsor Spitfires.[1]

The Saint John Sea Dogs defeated the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 3–1 in the final to win the title for the first time. Saint John is the first team based in the Canadian Maritimes to win the Memorial Cup.

Round-robin StandingsEdit

    Indicates team advanced directly to the championship game

  *  Indicates team advanced to the semifinal game

GP W L GF GA + / –
Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL) 3211110+1
Mississauga St. Michael's Majors (Host/OHL)* 32186+2
Owen Sound Attack (OHL) 31286+2
Kootenay Ice (WHL)* 312611−5

Note: Kootenay finished 4th based on head to head round robin matchups but defeated Owen Sound in the tiebreaker game.

ScheduleEdit

All times local (UTC −5)

Round RobinEdit







Playoff roundEdit

Tiebreaker



Semi-final



Final



Statistical LeadersEdit

SkatersEdit

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Shaw, AndrewAndrew Shaw Owen Sound Attack 4 2 5 7 16
Fraser, MattMatt Fraser Kootenay Ice 5 4 2 6 2
Huberdeau, JonathanJonathan Huberdeau Saint John Sea Dogs 4 3 3 6 4
Eakin, CodyCody Eakin Kootenay Ice 5 3 3 6 4
Smith-Pelly, DevanteDevante Smith-Pelly Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 5 3 3 6 4
Reinhart, MaxMax Reinhart Kootenay Ice 5 1 5 6 2
Jurco, TomasTomas Jurco Saint John Sea Dogs 4 4 1 5 2
Kirkpatrick, MichaelMichael Kirkpatrick Saint John Sea Dogs 3 1 4 5 4
Halmo, MikeMike Halmo Owen Sound Attack 4 1 4 5 6
Phillips, ZackZack Phillips Saint John Sea Dogs 4 1 4 5 0

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

GoaltendingEdit

This is a combined table of the top goaltenders based on goals against average and save percentage with at least sixty minutes played. The table is sorted by GAA.

Player Team GP W L SA GA GAA SV% SO TOI
Binnington, JordanJordan Binnington Owen Sound Attack 4 1 2 98 5 1.42 .951 1 211:00
De Serres, JacobJacob De Serres Saint John Sea Dogs 3 3 0 111 6 1.82 .946 0 198:00
Anderson, J. P.J. P. Anderson Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 5 3 2 140 10 2.02 .929 0 297:00
Lieuwen, NathanNathan Lieuwen Kootenay Ice 5 2 3 146 16 3.18 .890 0 302:00
Corbeil-Theriault, MathieuMathieu Corbeil-Theriault Saint John Sea Dogs 1 0 1 40 5 4.81 .889 0 62:00

GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; SA = Shots against; GA = Goals against; GAA = Goals against average; SV% = Save percentage; SO = Shutouts; TOI = Time on ice (minutes:seconds)

RosterEdit

Mississauga St. Michael's Majors (Host/OHL)[2]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 31 Flag of Canada Mickael Audette
GK 34 Flag of Canada J. P. Anderson
D 2 Flag of Canada Dylan DeMelo
D 5 Flag of Canada Stuart Percy
D 6 Flag of Canada Michael D'Orazio
D 7 Flag of Canada Alex Cord
D 10 Flag of Canada Brett Fleming
D 15 Flag of Canada David Corrente
D 22 Flag of Canada Marc Cantin
F 4 Flag of Canada Justin Shugg
F 8 Flag of Canada Derek Shoenmakers
F 11 Flag of Canada Casey Cizikas
F 12 Flag of Canada Jamie Wise
F 13 Flag of Russia Maxim Kitsyn
F 14 Flag of Canada Corey Bureau
F 16 Flag of Canada Joseph Cramarossa
F 17 Flag of Canada Justin Rasmussen
F 19 Flag of Canada Jordan Mayer
F 23 Flag of Canada Devante Smith-Pelly
F 24 Flag of Canada Gregg Sutch
F 25 Flag of Canada Riley Brace
F 26 Flag of Canada Rob Flick
F 27 Flag of Finland Mika Partanen
F 28 Flag of Canada Chris DeSousa

Owen Sound Attack (OHL)[3]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 31 Flag of Canada Jordan Binnington
GK 35 Flag of Canada Michael Zador
GK 40 Flag of Canada Scott Stajcer
D 2 Flag of Canada Keevin Cutting
D 3 Flag of Canada Greg Staeger
D 4 Flag of Canada Jay Gilbert
D 6 Flag of Canada Brayden Rose
D 12 Flag of Canada Jesse Blacker
D 22 Flag of Canada Matt Petgrave
D 24 Flag of Canada Matt Stanisz
D 26 Flag of Canada Geoffrey Schemitsch
F 7 Flag of Canada Jarrod Maidens
F 8 Flag of Russia Roman Berdnikov
F 9 Flag of Canada Gemel Smith
F 10 Flag of Canada Robby Mignardi
F 11 Flag of Canada Cameron Brace
F 15 Flag of Canada Andrew Shaw
F 17 Flag of Canada Garrett Wilson
F 18 Flag of Canada Joey Hishon
F 19 Flag of Canada Andrew Fritsch
F 20 Flag of Canada Brendan Childerley
F 21 Flag of Canada Holden Cook
F 25 Flag of Canada Daniel Zweep
F 28 Flag of Canada Mike Halmo
F 29 Flag of Canada Kurtis Gabriel
F 37 Flag of Canada Liam Heelis

Kootenay Ice (WHL)[4]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 1 Flag of Canada Mackenzie Skapski
GK 29 Flag of Canada Brett Teskey
GK 31 Flag of Canada Nathan Lieuwen
D 2 Flag of Canada Hayden Rintoul
D 3 Flag of Canada Brayden McNabb
D 4 Flag of Canada James Martin
D 5 Flag of Canada Jagger Dirk
D 6 Flag of Canada Luke Paulsen
D 14 Flag of Canada Mike Simpson
D 24 Flag of Canada Joey Leach
D 27 Flag of Canada John Neilbrandt
F 7 Flag of Canada Kevin King
F 8 Flag of Canada Adam Rossignol
F 9 Flag of Canada Cody Eakin
F 11 Flag of Canada Matt Fraser
F 12 Flag of Canada Sam Reinhart
F 15 Flag of Canada Steele Boomer
F 17 Flag of Canada Elgin Pearce
F 18 Flag of Canada Jesse Ismond
F 19 Flag of Canada Drew Czerwonka
F 20 Flag of Canada Joe Antilla
F 21 Flag of Canada Brock Montgomery
F 22 Flag of Canada Erik Benoit
F 23 Flag of Canada Max Reinhart
F 25 Flag of Canada Brendan Hurley

Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 1 Flag of Canada Jacob De Serres
GK 35 Flag of Canada Mathieu Corbeil-Theriault
D 4 Flag of Canada Eric Gelinas
D 5 Flag of Canada Gabriel Bourret
D 6 Flag of Canada Jason Seed
D 21 Flag of Canada Kevin Gagne
D 23 Flag of Canada Pierre Durepos
D 28 Flag of Canada Nathan Beaulieu
D 47 Flag of Canada Simon Despres
F 7 Flag of Canada Zack Phillips
F 9 Flag of Canada Stephen MacAulay
F 10 Flag of Canada Michael Kirkpatrick
F 11 Flag of Canada Jonathan Huberdeau
F 13 Flag of Slovakia Tomas Jurco
F 14 Flag of Canada Jason Cameron
F 15 Flag of Canada Scott Oke
F 16 Flag of Canada Steven Anthony
F 17 Flag of Canada Mike Thomas
F 18 Flag of Canada Danick Gauthier
F 19 Flag of Canada Ryan Tesink
F 22 Flag of Canada Aidan Kelly
F 25 Flag of Canada Alexandre Beauregard
F 97 Flag of Russia Stanislav Galiev

AwardsEdit

Goaltender: Jordan Binnington (Owen Sound Attack)
Defence: Stuart Percy (Mississauga St. Michael's Majors), Nathan Beaulieu (Saint John Sea Dogs)
Forwards: Andrew Shaw (Owen Sound Attack), Devante Smith-Pelly (Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors), Jonathan Huberdeau (Saint John Sea Dogs)

Team PhotosEdit

Road to the CupEdit

OHL playoffsEdit

Main article: 2010–11 OHL season
  Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Finals OHL Championship
                                     
1  Mississauga 4  
8  Belleville 0  
  1  Mississauga 4  
  7  Sudbury 0  
2  Ottawa 0
7  Sudbury 4  
  1  Mississauga 4  
Eastern
  3  Niagara 1  
3  Niagara 4  
6  Brampton 0  
  3  Niagara 4
  4  Oshawa 1  
4  Oshawa 4
5  Kingston 1  
  E1  Mississauga 3
  W1  Owen Sound 4
1  Owen Sound 4  
8  London 2  
  1  Owen Sound 4
  6  Plymouth 0  
3  Kitchener 3
6  Plymouth 4  
  1  Owen Sound 4
Western
  4  Windsor 1  
2  Saginaw 4  
7  Guelph 2  
  2  Saginaw 2
  4  Windsor 4  
4  Windsor 4
5  Erie 3  

QMJHL playoffsEdit

  Round 1 Quarter-finals Semi-finals President Cup Championship
                                     
1  Saint John 4  
16  Cape Breton 0  
  1  Saint John 4  
  11  Victoriaville 1  
6  Acadie-Bathurst 0
11  Victoriaville 4  
  1  Saint John 4  
  8  Lewiston 0  
2  Montréal 4  
15  Halifax 0  
  2  Montréal 2
  8  Lewiston 4  
8  Lewiston 4
9  Moncton 1  
  1  Saint John 4
  5  Gatineau 2
3  Québec 4  
14  Val-d'Or 0  
  3  Québec 4
  7  Shawinigan 3  
7  Shawinigan 4
10  P.E.I. 1  
  3  Québec 3
  5  Gatineau 4  
4  Drummondville 4  
13  Chicoutimi 0  
  4  Drummondville 3
  5  Gatineau 4  
5  Gatineau 4
12  Rimouski 1  

WHL playoffsEdit

Main article: 2010–11 WHL season
  Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Finals WHL Championship
                                     
1  Saskatoon 4  
8  Prince Albert 2  
  1  Saskatoon 0  
  4  Kootenay 4  
4  Kootenay 4
5  Moose Jaw 2  
  3  Medicine Hat 0  
Eastern
  4  Kootenay 4  
2  Red Deer 4  
7  Edmonton 0  
  2  Red Deer 1
  3  Medicine Hat 4  
3  Medicine Hat 4
6  Brandon 2  
  E4  Kootenay 4
  W1  Portland 1
1  Portland 4  
8  Everett 0  
  1  Portland 4
  2  Kelowna 2  
2  Kelowna 4
7  Prince George 0  
  1  Portland 4
Western
  3  Spokane 2  
3  Spokane 4  
6  Chilliwack 1  
  3  Spokane 4
  4  Tri-City 2  
4  Tri-City 4
5  Vancouver 0  

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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