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2014 Mastercard Memorial Cup
London, Ontario

2014 Memorial Cup logo

Host team London Knights
Champions Edmonton Oil Kings
Duration May 16–25, 2014
Number of games 8
Number of teams 4
Total attendance 70,593
TV partner(s) Sportsnet, TVA Sports
Memorial Cup Tournaments

 2013

2015 

The 2014 Memorial Cup was a four-team, round-robin format tournament played from May 16–25, 2014 in London, Ontario. It was the 96th Memorial Cup championship and determined the champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). The tournament featured the Guelph Storm, champions of the Ontario Hockey League; the Val-d'Or Foreurs, champions of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League; the Edmonton Oil Kings, champions of the Western Hockey League; and the London Knights, who won the right to host the tournament over bids by the Barrie Colts and the Windsor Spitfires.[1] London last hosted the Memorial Cup in 2005.[2]

The semi-final match on May 23 between Val-d'Or and Edmonton was, at 102 minutes and 42 seconds, the longest game in Memorial Cup history and to date is the only game to go into triple overtime.[3]

Edmonton defeated Guelph 6–3 on May 25 to win the Memorial Cup. The victory was the first Memorial Cup for the Western Hockey League since the Spokane Chiefs won the Memorial Cup in 2008. Guelph became the first team since the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in 1992 to lose the final after going 3–0 in the round robin.

Round-robin standingsEdit

     Indicates team advanced directly to the championship game

     Indicates team advanced to the semifinal game

Team GP W L GF GA
Guelph Storm (OHL) 3 3 0 18 7
Val-d'Or Foreurs (QMJHL) 3 2 1 8 9
Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 3 1 2 10 11
London Knights (host) 3 0 3 4 13

ScheduleEdit

All times local (UTC −5)[4]

Round robinEdit







Playoff RoundEdit

Semi-FinalEdit


FinalEdit


Statistical leadersEdit

SkatersEdit

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Samuelsson, HenrikHenrik Samuelsson Edmonton Oil Kings 5 4 4 8 4
Kulda, EdgarsEdgars Kulda Edmonton Oil Kings 5 4 3 7 4
Rychel, KerbyKerby Rychel Guelph Storm 4 3 4 7 0
Fabbri, RobbyRobby Fabbri Guelph Storm 4 2 4 6 4
Corbett, CodyCody Corbett Edmonton Oil Kings 5 1 5 6 2
Bertuzzi, TylerTyler Bertuzzi Guelph Storm 4 5 0 5 10
Kosmachuk, ScottScott Kosmachuk Guelph Storm 4 3 2 5 4
Dickinson, JasonJason Dickinson Guelph Storm 4 2 3 5 2
Mitchell, ZackZack Mitchell Guelph Storm 4 2 3 5 5
McGinn, BrockBrock McGinn Guelph Storm 4 1 4 5 2

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
Bibeau, AntoineAntoine Bibeau Val-d'Or Foreurs 4 2 2 191 13 2.76 .932 1 282:25
Jarry, TristanTristan Jarry Edmonton Oil Kings 5 3 2 189 17 2.80 .910 0 363:57
Nichols, JustinJustin Nichols Guelph Storm 4 3 1 163 12 3.02 .926 0 238:46
Stolarz, AnthonyAnthony Stolarz London Knights 3 0 3 75 7 3.49 .907 0 120:27

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)

AwardsEdit

Goaltender: Antoine Bibeau, Val-d'Or Foreurs
Defence: Cody Corbett (Edmonton Oil Kings), Matt Finn (Guelph Storm)
Forwards: Edgars Kulda (Edmonton Oil Kings), Kerby Rychel (Guelph Storm), Henrik Samuelsson (Edmonton Oil Kings)

RostersEdit

London Knights (Host)[5]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 35 Flag of Canada Jake Patterson
GK 43 Flag of the United States Anthony Stolarz
D 7 Flag of Canada Zach Bell
D 44 Flag of the United States Dakota Mermis
D 52 Flag of Canada Alex Basso
D 55 Flag of Germany Tim Bender
D 57 Flag of Canada Brady Austin
D 65 Flag of Russia Nikita Zadorov
D 74 Flag of Canada Aiden Jamieson
F 10 Flag of the United States Christian Dvorak
F 11 Flag of Canada Owen MacDonald
F 14 Flag of Canada Gemel Smith
F 16 Flag of Canada Max Domi
F 18 Flag of Canada Tristen Elie
F 21 Flag of the United States Chandler Yakimowicz
F 24 Flag of the United States Michael McCarron
F 26 Flag of Canada Tait Seguin
F 27 Flag of Canada Brett Welychka
F 46 Flag of Canada Matt Rupert
F 53 Flag of Canada Bo Horvat
F 64 Flag of Canada Ryan Rupert
F 71 Flag of Canada Chris Tierney
F 77 Flag of Canada Josh Anderson
F 93 Flag of Canada Mitchell Marner

Guelph Storm (OHL)[6]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 31 Flag of Canada Matthew Mancina
GK 39 Flag of Canada Justin Nichols
D 3 Flag of Canada Steven Trojanovic
D 4 Flag of Canada Matt Finn
D 6 Flag of Switzerland Phil Baltisberger
D 7 Flag of Canada Ben Harpur
D 8 Flag of Canada Zac Leslie
D 10 Flag of the United States Nick Ebert
D 26 Flag of Canada Chadd Bauman
D 27 Flag of Canada Garrett McFadden
F 9 Flag of Canada Robby Fabbri
F 11 Flag of Canada Jason Dickinson
F 12 Flag of Canada Ryan Horvat
F 13 Flag of Canada Adam Craievich
F 15 Flag of Canada Marc Stevens
F 16 Flag of Canada Kerby Rychel
F 17 Flag of Canada Tyler Bertuzzi
F 19 Flag of Canada Stephen Pierog
F 20 Flag of Canada Justin Auger
F 21 Flag of Canada Brock McGinn
F 22 Flag of Switzerland Pius Suter
F 23 Flag of Canada Zack Mitchell
F 24 Flag of Canada Scott Kosmachuk

Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)[7]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 30 Flag of Canada Tristan Jarry
GK 35 Flag of Canada Tyler Santos
D 2 Flag of the United States Cody Corbett
D 4 Flag of Canada Blake Orban
D 5 Flag of Canada Ashton Sautner
D 8 Flag of Canada Griffin Reinhart
D 22 Flag of Canada Ben Carroll
D 24 Flag of Canada Aaron Irving
D 28 Flag of Canada Jesse Mills
D 37 Flag of Canada Dysin Mayo
F 10 Flag of the United States Henrik Samuelsson
F 11 Flag of Canada Luke Bertolucci
F 12 Flag of Canada Cole Benson
F 13 Flag of Canada Brandon Baddock
F 14 Flag of Canada Riley Kieser
F 17 Flag of Canada Brandon Ralph
F 18 Flag of Canada Reid Petryk
F 20 Flag of Denmark Mads Eller
F 21 Flag of Canada Tyler Robertson
F 23 Flag of Latvia Edgars Kulda
F 25 Flag of the United States Lane Bauer
F 27 Flag of Canada Curtis Lazar
F 29 Flag of Canada Mitchell Moroz
F 36 Flag of Canada Mitchell Walter
F 39 Flag of Canada Brett Pollock

Val-d'Or Foreurs (QMJHL)[8]Edit

Pos. No. Player
GK 30 Flag of Canada Antoine Bibeau
GK 33 Flag of Canada Keven Bouchard
D 2 Flag of Canada Randy Gazzola
D 4 Flag of Canada Maxime Gravel
D 5 Flag of Canada Guillaume Gélinas
D 18 Flag of Canada Keven Larouche
D 20 Flag of Canada Ryan Graves
D 24 Flag of Canada Jeremie Fraser
D 26 Flag of Canada Oliver Galipeau
F 7 Flag of Canada Phil Pietroniro
F 8 Flag of Canada Anthony Mantha
F 9 Flag of Canada Anthony Richard
F 11 Flag of Canada Louick Marcotte
F 12 Flag of Canada Julien Gauthier
F 14 Flag of Canada Samuel Henley
F 16 Flag of Canada Nicolas Aube-Kubel
F 19 Flag of Canada Maxime Presseault
F 21 Flag of Canada Anthony Beauregard
F 27 Flag of Slovakia Timotej Sille
F 28 Flag of Canada Shawn Ouellette-St-Amant
F 47 Flag of Canada Owen Bennington
F 72 Flag of Canada Pierre-Maxime Poudrier

Team PhotosEdit


ReferencesEdit

Preceded by
2013 Memorial Cup
Memorial Cup Succeeded by
2015 Memorial Cup
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