Oct 10 FINAL. Bobcats 2. Since 1986, the tournament has consisted of the regional Junior A champions and a previously selected host team. Oct 9 FINAL. The Canucks organization was formed of a group led by Doug Eastcott in order to create a junior team so that local players did not have to live away from where they attended school. The National Junior A Championship, known as the Centennial Cup and formerly as Royal Bank Cup or RBC Cup, is the postseason tournament for the Canadian national championship for Junior A hockey teams that are members of the Canadian Junior Hockey League since 1971. Many more have earned scholarships to American and Canadian universities. Since 1990, the national championship has used a five-team tournament format when the regional qualifiers were designated as the ANAVET Cup (Western), Doyle Cup (Pacific), Dudley Hewitt Cup (Central), and Fred Page Cup (Eastern). The Canucks franchise has the longest tenure of any in the AJHL in one city. They play in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with home games at the Max Bell Centre. They have won the AJHL championship nine times and one national championship. Due to a challenge by the Canucks on a Joliette rules violation, the 5–1 loss was overturned. The following former Canucks have gone on to play in the National Hockey League (NHL): Canucks took one-year leave of absence in 1983–84 after attempt to relocate to. Crusaders 3. The Official Website of the calgary canucks Oct 9 FINAL. EX 1:15 PM Ken Bracko Arena at Max Bell Centre Friday, October 16th Calgary Canucks 0 @ Olds Grizzlys 0. Dragons 1. The winners of the semifinals then face each other in final game for the national championship. Canucks 1. Wolverines 2. Oct 9 FINAL. Storm 4. The Calgary Canucks are a junior A ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL). Oct 9 FINAL. The import cap was eventually dropped as the AJHL has added more teams in the Calgary region such as the Calgary Royals and Okotoks Oilers, causing the team to recruit from a larger region. From 2013 to 2017, the qualifiers were the Dudley Hewitt Cup (Central), Fred Page Cup (Eastern), and the Western Canada Cup champions and runners-up (Western #1 and #2). Canucks 2. The Canucks qualified for the playoffs 34 consecutive seasons, a streak finally broken in 2006–07, The team has 11 regular season titles, nine AJHL championships, two Doyle Cup titles, and one Centennial Cup National Junior A Championship. Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T/OTL = Ties/Overtime losses, SOL = Shootout losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against. Bandits 5. The Calgary Canucks are a junior A ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL). They play in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with home games at the Max Bell Centre. Pontiacs 5. Learn how and when to remove this template message, University of Alberta Golden Bears (men's), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Calgary_Canucks&oldid=982865416, Pages using infobox hockey team with unknown parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 10 October 2020, at 21:02. In some years, the losers of the semifinal games face each other for a third place game. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Oct 9 FINAL. Calgary Canucks 0. Thunder 6. Oct 9 FINAL. Oilers 2. Saints 5. As the team considered itself a Calgary-based development system, it set an internal limit of three "imports" (non-Calgary area players) per season. Grizzlys 2. Founded in 1971, the Calgary Canucks are the second-oldest franchise still operating in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), preceded only by the Spruce Grove Saints. Oil Barons 2. The tournament begins with round-robin play between the five teams followed by the top four teams playing a semifinal game, with the top seed facing the fourth seed and the second facing the third. They have won the AJHL championship nine times and one national championship. Oct 9 FINAL. The team has developed multiple players that have reached the National Hockey League, including Dany Heatley and two-time Stanley Cup winner Mike Vernon. Kodiaks 2. Grizzlys 1.