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The 2016 Western Canada Cup is the Western Canada qualifying tournament for the 2016 Royal Bank Cup, which is the championship of the Canadian Junior Hockey League which is the national level organization for Junior A hockey in Canada
The tournament is scheduled for April 30 - May 8, 2016 and is being held in Estevan, Saskatchewan hosted by the Estevan Bruins at Affinity Place. The top two teams in the tournament will qualify for the 2016 Royal Bank Cup being held in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan hosted by the AJHL's Lloydminster Bobcats at the Centennial Civic Centre.
- Host: Estevan Bruins
- British Columbia Hockey League champion: West Kelowna Warriors
- Alberta Junior Hockey League champion: Brooks Bandits
- Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League champion: Melfort Mustangs
- Manitoba Junior Hockey League champion: Portage Terriers
The teams will play in a single round robin (each team plays 4 games). The 3rd and 4th teams from the round robin play in the semifinal while the top two seed meet with the winner securing the first berth in the Royal Bank Cup and Western Canada Cup. The loser of this game plays the winner of the semifinal for the second berth in the Royal Bank Cup.
- Game 1: Portage Terriers defeated Melfort Mustangs 2-1
- Game 2: West Kelowna Warriors defeated Estevan Bruins 3-0
- Game 3: Brooks Bandits defeated West Kelowna Warriors 4-2
- Game 4: Portage Terriers defeated Estevan Bruins 3-2
- Game 6: West Kelowna Warriors defeated Portage Terriers 3-2 (ot)
- Game 7: Melfort Mustangs defeated Estevan Bruins 2-1
Round Robin StandingsEdit
|West Kelowna Warriors||4||3||1||0||12||7||8|
- Most Valuable Player – Brad Bowles (Portage Terriers)
- Top Goaltender – Garret Hughson (Brooks Bandits)
- Top Forward – Jeff Malott (Brooks Bandits)
- Top Defenceman – Brett Orr (Portage Terriers)
- Top Scorer – Brett Mennear (West Kelowna Warriors) & Ty Mappin (Brooks Bandits)
- Goalie: Garret Hughson (Brooks Bandits)
- Defencemen: Brett Orr (Portage Terriers); Cale Makar (Brooks Bandits)
- Forwards: Brad Bowles (Portage Terriers); Jeff Malott (Brooks Bandits); Brett Mennear (West Kelowna)
RBC Cup QualifiersEdit
- Game 11: Portage Terriers defeated Melfort Mustangs 3-2 (2ot)
- Game 12: West Kelowna Warriors defeated Brooks Bandits 6-0
- Game 13: Brooks Bandits defeated Portage Terriers 2-1