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The 2015 Royal Bank Cup (Canada's National Junior A Championship) will be held in May 2015 in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba. Hockey Canada awarded the event on June 25, 2013. The tournament will be hosted by the Portage Terriers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The games will be played at the PCU Centre.
The points system for the tournament was modified from two points for a win and no points for a loss to three points for a regulation win, two points for an overtime win, one point for an overtime loss, and no points for a regulation loss.
- (Host) The Portage Terriers qualify as host
- (East) 2015 Fred Page Cup champions: Carleton Place Canadians
- (Central) 2015 Dudley Hewitt Cup champions: Soo Thunderbirds
- (West 1) 2015 Western Canada Cup champions: Penticton Vees
- (West 2) 2015 Western Canada Cup runner up: Melfort Mustangs
Round Robin StandingsEdit
5th place team (Soo Thunderbirds) are eliminated
- Portage Terriers defeated Melfort Mustangs 6-1
- Carleton Place Canadians defeated Penticton Vees 2-1 (2ot)
- Most Valuable Player (Roland Mercier Trophy) – Brad Bowles (Portage Terriers)
- Top Goaltender – Guillaume Therien (Carleton Place Canadians)
- Top Forward – Brad Bowles (Portage Terriers)
- Top Defenceman – Dante Fabbro (Penticton Vees)
- Most Sportsmanlike Player (Tubby Schmalz Trophy) – Patrick Newell (Penticton Vees)
- Top Scorer – Brad Bowles (Portage Terriers)
RBC Cup Legacy Scholarship winners are:
- Stephen Baylis (Carleton Place Canadians)
- Adam Fauchoux (Melfort Mustangs)
- Tanner Jago (Portage Terriers)
- Anthony Miller (Soo Thunderbirds)
- Patrick Sexton (Penticton Vees)