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MOST MEMORIAL CUPS WON – PLAYER

  • 3 – Ryan Huska, Kamloops (1992, ’94, ’95)
  • 3 – Tyson Nash, Kamloops (1992, ’94, ’95)
  • 3 – Darcy Tucker, Kamloops (1992, ’94, ’95)
  • 3 – Robert Savard, Cornwall (1980, ’81), Kitchener (1982)

MOST MEMORIAL CUPS WON – COACH

  • 3 – Don Hay, Kamloops (1994, ’95), Vancouver (2007)
  • 2 – Tracy Shaw, Oshawa (1939, ’40)
  • 2 – Joe Primeau, Toronto St. Michael’s (1945, ’47)
  • 2 – Leighton “Hap” Emms, Barrie (1951, ’53)
  • 2 – Walter “Turk” Broda, Toronto Marlboros (1955, ’56)
  • 2 – Roger Bedard, Montreal (1969, ’70)
  • 2 – George Armstrong, Toronto Marlboros (1973, ’75)
  • 2 – Ernie McLean, New Westminster (1977, ’78)
  • 2 – Bryan Maxwell, Medicine Hat (1978), Spokane (1991)
  • 2 – Al Ritchie, Regina Pats (1925, ’30)
  • 2 – Bill Hancock, Owen Sound Greys (1927), Newmarket Redmen (1933) shared with Father J. Spratt
  • 2 – Harry Neil, Winnipeg Monarchs (1935, ’37)
  • 2 – Brian Kilrea, Ottawa (1984, ’99)
  • 2 – Bob Boughner (2009, ‘10)
  • 2 – Dale Hunter (2005, ’16)

MOST MEMORIAL CUPS WON – MANAGER

  • 3 – Matt Leyden, Oshawa (1939, ’40, ’44)
  • 3 – Bob Brown, Kamloops (1992, ’94, ’95)
  • 3 – Warren Rychel, Windsor (2009, ’10, ’17)

 

Single Series Records

MOST GOALS

  • 8 – Dale Hawerchuk, Cornwall (1981)
  • 8 – Luc Robitaille, Hull (1986)
  • 8 – Pat Falloon, Spokane (1991)

MOST ASSISTS

  • 13 – Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert (1985)

MOST POINTS

  • 16 – Jeff Larmer, Kitchener (1982)
  • 16 – Guy Rouleau, Hull (1986)

MOST PENALTY MINUTES

  • 63 – Kerry Toporowski, Spokane (1991)

MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS

  • 3 – Rick Kowalsky, Sault Ste. Marie (1993)
  • 3 – Zac Boyer, Kamloops (1992)
  • 3 – Cameron Mann, Peterborough (1996)

MOST SHUTOUTS

  • 2 – Frederic Deschenes, Granby (May 11, 1996 vs Guelph 8-0 – May 19, 1996 vs Peterborough 4-0)

BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

  • 0.75 – Kelly Guard, Kelowna (2004)

MOST MINUTES PLAYED BY A GOALTENDER

  • 372 – Andrew Engelage, Windsor (2009) – 6 games

 

Single Game Records

MOST GOALS

  •  5 – Bruce Boudreau, Toronto (May 9, 1975 vs Sherbrooke) – 10-4 win

MOST ASSISTS

  • 5 – Dan Hodgson, Prince Albert (May 14, 1985 vs Sault Ste. Marie) – 8-6 win
  • 5 – Jonathan Drouin, Halifax (May 26, 2013 vs Portland) – 6-4 win

MOST POINTS

  • 7 – Dylan Strome, Erie (May 22, 2017 vs Saint John – 4 G, 3 A) – 12-5 win
  • 6 – Taylor Raddysh – Erie (May 22, 2017 vs Saint John – 2 G, 4 A) – 12-5 win
  • 6 – Joe Contini, Hamilton (May 12, 1976 vs New Westminster – 3 G, 3 A) – 8-4 win
  • 6 – Guy Rouleau, Hull (May 10, 1986 vs Portland – 3 G, 3 A) – 7-5 win and (May 16, 1986 vs Kamloops – 2 G, 4 A) – 9-3 win
  • 6 – Mike Mathers, Kamloops (May 16, 1992 vs Seattle – 3 G, 3 A) – 8-3 win

FASTEST OPENING GOAL (1st PERIOD)

  • 11 sec. – Brian Bellows, Kitchener (May 9, 1982 vs Portland) – 9-2 win

FASTEST GOAL TO START PERIOD (ANY PERIOD)

  • 6 sec. – Everett Sanipass, Verdun (May 12, 1985 vs Sault Ste. Marie) – 3rd Period – 6-3 loss

FASTEST OVERTIME GOAL

  • 20 sec. – Keith Crowder, Peterborough (May 10, 1978 vs New Westminster) – 4-3 OT Win

FASTEST TWO GOALS BY ONE PLAYER

  • 8 sec. – Joe Contini, Hamilton (May 12, 1976 vs New Westminster) – 8:57 & 9:05 of 1st Period (8-4 win)

FASTEST THREE GOALS BY ONE PLAYER

  • 1:12 – Joe Contini, Hamilton (May 12, 1976 vs New Westminster) – 7:53, 8:57 & 9:05 of 1st Period

 

Team Records

MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • 3 – Cornwall Royals (1972, ’80, ’81)
  • 3 – Kamloops Blazers (1992, ’94, ’95)
  • 3 – Windsor Spitfires (2009, ’10, ’17)

MOST CHAMPIONSHIPS (FRANCHISE)

  • 5 – New Westminster / Kamloops (1977, ’78, ’92, ’94, ’95)

MOST CONSECUTIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • 2 – New Westminster Bruins (1977, ’78)
  • 2 – Cornwall Royals (1980, ’81)
  • 2 – Medicine Hat Tigers (1987, ’88)
  • 2 – Kamloops Blazers (1994, ’95)
  • 2 – Windsor Spitfires (2009, ‘10)

MOST TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

  • 8 – Peterborough (1972, ’78, ’79, ’80, ’89, ’93, ’96, 2006)
  • 7 – Gatineau / Hull (1986, ’88, ’95, ’97, 2003, ‘04, ’08)
  • 6 – Kamloops (1984, ’86, ’90, ’92, ’94, ’95)
  • 6 – Kitchener (1981, ’82, ’84, ’90, 2003, ’08)
  • 6 – Quebec (1973, ’74, ’76, ’03, ’06, ’15)
  • 5 – Laval (1983, ’89, ’90, ’93, ’94)
  • 5 – Oshawa (1983, ’87, ’90, ’97, ’15)
  • 5 – Kelowna (2003, ’04, ’05, ’09, ’15)
  • 5 – London (2005, ’12, ’13, ’14, ’16)
  • 5 – Brandon (1979, ’95, ’96, ’10, ’16)

MOST APPEARANCES (FRANCHISE)

  • 10 – New Westminster / Kamloops (1975, ’76, ’77, ’78, ’84, ’86, ’90, ’92, ’94, ’95)

MOST CONSECUTIVE APPEARANCES

  • 4 – New Westminster Bruins (1975, ’76, ’77, ’78)
  • 3 – Peterborough Petes (1978, ’79, ’80)
  • 3 – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (1991, ’92, ’93)
  • 3 – Kelowna Rockets (2003, ’04, ’05)
  • 3 – London Knights (2012, ’13, ’14)

MOST FINAL GAME APPEARANCES

  • 6 – Peterborough Petes (1972, ’78, ’79, ’80, ’93, ’96)
  • 6 – Kitchener Rangers (1981, ’82, ’84, ’90, 2003, ’08)
  • 4 – New Westminster Bruins (1975, ’76, ’77, ’78)
  • 4 – Oshawa Generals (1983, ’87, ’90, ’15)
  • 4 – Windsor Spitfires (1988, 2009, ’10, ’17)

MOST TOURNAMENT WINS

  • 20 – Peterborough Petes (8 Appearances, 37 games)
  • 17 – Kitchener Rangers (6 Appearances, 28 games)
  • 15 – Kamloops Blazers (6 Appearances, 25 games)
  • 15 – Windsor Spitfires (4 Appearances, 18 games)

LONGEST WINNING STREAK

  • 12 – Kamloops Blazers (2nd Game in 1992 – Final in 1995)*
  • 12 – Windsor Spitfires (3rd game in 2009 – Final in 2017)*
  • 6 – Medicine Hat Tigers (2nd Game in 1987 – 2nd Game in 1988)
    * – active streak

MOST GOALS – ONE SERIES

  • 29 – Prince Albert Raiders, 5 games (1985)

MOST GOALS AGAINST – ONE SERIES

  • 28 – Cornwall Royals, 5 games (1980)

MOST GOALS SCORED BY ALL TEAMS – ONE SERIES

  • 86 – 1983 at Portland (Portland-28, Oshawa-28, Verdun-16, Lethbridge-14) – 8 games

MOST SHUTOUTS – ALL TEAMS – ONE SERIES

  • 2 – 1994 at Laval (Steve Passmore, Kamloops 5-0 vs Chicoutimi)(Eric Fichaud, Chicoutimi 2-0 vs Laval)
  • 2 – 1996 at Peterborough (Frederic Deschenes, Granby 8-0 vs Guelph & 4-0 vs Peterborough)

MOST GOALS BY ONE TEAM – ONE GAME

  • 12 – Erie (May 22, 2017 vs Saint John) – 12-5 win
  • 11 – Quebec (May 10, 1974 vs St. Catharines) – 11-3 win
  • 11 – Regina (May 8, 1980 vs Cornwall) – 11-2 win

 

MOST GOALS BY BOTH TEAMS – ONE GAME

  • 17 – Erie def. Saint John 12-5 (May 22, 2017)
  • 16 – Kitchener def. Kamloops 9-7 (May 13, 1984)

MOST SHOTS ON GOAL BY ONE TEAM – ONE GAME

  • 64 – Kelowna (May 22, 2005 vs Ottawa) – 3-2 OT loss
  • 56 – Hull (May 10, 1986 vs Portland) – 7-5 win
  • 54 – Kitchener (May 25, 2008 vs Spokane) – 4-1 loss (Championship Game)

FASTEST THREE GOALS BY ONE TEAM

  • 38 sec. – New Westminster (May 11, 1978 vs Trois Rivieres) – 6-3 win – 2nd Period – Scott McLeod (6:03), Ken Barry (6:21), Scott McLeod (6:41)
    38 sec. – Windsor (May 21, 2017 vs Seattle) – 7-1 win – 1st Period – Graham Knott (4:48), Julius Nattinen (5:09), Logan Brown (5:26)

LONGEST GAME

  • 102 Minutes, 42 Seconds – May 23, 2014 Edmonton 4 – Val-d’Or 3 (3OT) (Semi-Final)
  • 95 Minutes, 41 Seconds – May 22, 2005 Ottawa 3 – Kelowna 2 (2OT) (Round Robin)
  • 85 Minutes, 34 Seconds – May 24, 2000 Barrie 3 – Kootenay 2 (2OT) (Round robin)

HIGHEST TOTAL ATTENDANCE – SERIES

  • 121,461 – Vancouver – 2007 (9 Games)

HIGHEST AVERAGE ATTENDANCE – SERIES

  • 13,496 Vancouver – 2007 (9 Games)

HIGHEST ATTENDANCE – ONE GAME

  • 17,383 – Hamilton – May 13, 1990 (Final Game)
  • 16,281 – Vancouver – May 27, 2007 (Final Game)
  • 14,091 – Vancouver – May 23, 2007 (Round Robin)
  • 13,460 – Vancouver – May 14, 1977 (Final Game)

HIGHEST ATTENDANCE – ROUND ROBIN GAME

  • 14,091 – Vancouver – May 23, 2007
  • 12,699 – Montreal – May 11, 1973
  • 11,134 – Hamilton – May 10, 1990

HIGHEST ATTENDANCE – SEMI-FINAL GAME

  • 13,372 – Vancouver – May 25, 2007
  • 10,525 – Ottawa – May 23, 1999
  • 10,181 – Hamilton – May 12, 1990

HIGHEST ATTENDANCE – FINAL GAME

  • 17,383 – Hamilton – May 13, 1990 (Final Game)
  • 16,281 – Vancouver – May 27, 2007 (Final Game)
  • 13,460 – Vancouver – May 14, 1977 (Final Game)

HIGHEST TOTAL ATTENDANCE FOR FINAL SERIES BEFORE ROUND ROBIN FORMAT (1919 TO 1971)

YEAR LOCATION GAMES ATTENDANCE AVERAGE
1946 Toronto (MLG) 7 102,575 14,654
1943 Toronto (MLG) 6 73,867 12,311
1945 Toronto (MLG) 5 65,437 13,087

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Junior Gold

Players that have won IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship gold along with a Mastercard Memorial Cup title in the same season.

2017: Jeremy Bracco (Windsor Spitfires/United States)
2016: Olli Juolevi (London Knights/Finland)
2010: Cam Fowler (Windsor Spitfires/United States)
2009: Ryan Ellis (Windsor Spitfires/Canada)
2007: Cody Franson, Kenndal McArdle (Vancouver Giants/Canada)
2005: Corey Perry, Danny Syvret (London Knights/Canada)
2001: Martin Erat (Red Deer Rebels/Czech Republic)
1997: Martin Biron, Christian Dube (Hull Olympiques/Canada)
1995: Darcy Tucker, Nolan Baumgartner, Coach Don Hay (Kamloops Blazers/Canada)
1993: Ralph Intranuovo (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds/Canada)
1991: Pat Falloon, Trevor Kidd (Spokane Chiefs/Canada)
1990: Mike Craig, Eric Lindros (Oshawa Generals/Canada)
1988: Rob DiMaio, Trevor Linden, Wayne McBean, Scott McReady, Mark Pederson (Medicine Hat Tigers/Canada)
1985: Dan Hodgson (Prince Albert Raiders/Canada)