2010 Memorial Cup

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2010 Mastercard Memorial Cup
Brandon, Manitoba
2010 Memorial Cup
Host teamBrandon Wheat Kings
ChampionsWindsor Spitfires
DurationMay 14–23, 2010
Number of games8
Number of teams4
Total attendance42,204
TelevisionRogers Sportsnet
NHL Network (United States)
Memorial Cup Tournaments
 2009
2011 
 
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2010 Mastercard Memorial Cup
Brandon, Manitoba
2010 Memorial Cup
Host teamBrandon Wheat Kings
ChampionsWindsor Spitfires
DurationMay 14–23, 2010
Number of games8
Number of teams4
Total attendance42,204
TelevisionRogers Sportsnet
NHL Network (United States)
Memorial Cup Tournaments
 2009
2011 

The 2010 Memorial Cup was a 4-team round-robin format tournament played during May 14–23, 2010 in Brandon, Manitoba. It was the 92nd annual Memorial Cup competition and determined the major junior ice hockey champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). The Western Hockey League (WHL) announced on October 15, 2008, that the Brandon Wheat Kings were chosen to host the event at the Keystone Centre.[1][2] Other tournament participants included the Windsor Spitfires, champions of the Ontario Hockey League, the Moncton Wildcats, champions of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Calgary Hitmen, champions of the Western Hockey League. The Spitfires went 4–0 in the tournament, defeating Brandon 9–1 in the championship to claim their second straight Memorial Cup title.

Potential hosts[edit]

The Brandon Wheat Kings, Everett Silvertips and Kelowna Rockets submitted applications to host the 2010 MasterCard Memorial Cup. Bid presentations took place on October 15, 2008 in Calgary, Alberta.[3] The decision to award the hosting of the 2010 MasterCard Memorial Cup to Brandon was made by a majority vote of the WHL Board of Governors.[2]

Just prior to the August application deadline, both the province of Manitoba and City of Brandon brought forth a combined $5,000,000 (CAD) in improvements to the Keystone Centre, in an effort to boost the Wheat Kings' chances at becoming host.[2]

Round-robin Standings[edit]

    Indicates team advanced directly to the championship game

  *  Indicates team advanced to the semifinal game

GPWLGFGA+ / –
Windsor Spitfires (OHL)330198+11
Calgary Hitmen (WHL)*3211211+1
Brandon Wheat Kings (Host/WHL)*312814−6
Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)303713−6

Schedule[edit]

All times local (UTC −6)

Round Robin[edit]







Semi-Final[edit]


Final[edit]


Statistical Leaders[edit]

Skaters[edit]

PlayerTeamGPGAPtsPIM
Hall, TaylorTaylor HallWindsor Spitfires45492
Henrique, AdamAdam HenriqueWindsor Spitfires44484
Bubnick, JimmyJimmy BubnickCalgary Hitmen43580
Shattock, TylerTyler ShattockCalgary Hitmen42570
Shugg, JustinJustin ShuggWindsor Spitfires32572
Rajala, ToniToni RajalaBrandon Wheat Kings52570
Foucault, KrisKris FoucaultCalgary Hitmen43360
Mitchell, DaleDale MitchellWindsor Spitfires43362
Fowler, CamCam FowlerWindsor Spitfires42460
Wellwood, EricEric WellwoodWindsor Spitfires42460

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Goaltending[edit]

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.

PlayerTeamGPWLSAGAGAASV%SOTOI
Grubauer, PhilippPhilipp GrubauerWindsor Spitfires44012092.14.9300252:00
Owen, ShaneShane OwenMoncton Wildcats1014843.32.923072:00
Jones, MartinMartin JonesCalgary Hitmen422147153.71.9070242:00
Riopel, NicolaNicola RiopelMoncton Wildcats2025694.54.8620119:00
De Serres, JacobJacob De SerresBrandon Wheat Kings522140224.66.8641283:00

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)

Roster[edit]

Awards[edit]

Goaltender: Martin Jones (Calgary Hitmen)
Defence: Travis Hamonic (Brandon Wheat Kings), Cam Fowler (Windsor Spitfires)
Forwards: Taylor Hall (Windsor Spitfires), Jimmy Bubnick (Calgary Hitmen), Matt Calvert (Brandon Wheat Kings)

Road to the Cup[edit]

OHL playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2009–10 OHL season
Conference Quarter-finalsConference Semi-finalsConference FinalsOHL Championship
            
1Barrie4
8Sudbury0
1Barrie4
5Brampton0
4Kingston3
5Brampton4
1Barrie4
Eastern
3Mississauga1
3Mississauga4
6Peterborough0
3Mississauga4
2Ottawa3
2Ottawa4
7Niagara1
E1Barrie0
W1Windsor4
1Windsor4
8Erie0
1Windsor4
4Plymouth0
4Plymouth4
5S.S. Marie1
1Windsor4
Western
3Kitchener3
3Kitchener4
6Saginaw2
3Kitchener4
2London3
2London4
7Guelph1

QMJHL playoffs[edit]

First RoundQuarter-finalsSemi-finalsQMJHL Championships
            
1ASaint John4
4AP.E.I.1
1Saint John4
12Gatineau0
2OMontreal3
3OGatineau4
1Saint John4
6Victoriaville2
1EQuebec4
5AAcadie-Bathurst1
3Quebec0
6Victoriaville4
2CVictoriaville4
3CShawinigan2
1Saint John2
5Moncton4
1CDrummondville4
4CLewiston0
2Drummondville4
9Rimouski1
2ERimouski4
3EChicoutimi3
2Drummondville1
5Moncton4
1ORouyn-Noranda4
4OVal-d'Or2
4Rouyn-Noranda1
5Moncton4
2AMoncton4
3ACape Breton1

WHL playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2009–10 WHL season
Conference Quarter-finalsConference Semi-finalsConference FinalsWHL Championship
            
1Calgary4
8Moose Jaw3
1Calgary4
5Medicine Hat2
2Brandon4
7Swift Current0
1Calgary4
Eastern
2Brandon1
3Saskatoon4
6Red Deer0
2Brandon4
3Saskatoon2
4Kootenay2
5Medicine Hat4
E1Calgary4
W1Tri-City1
1Tri-City4
8Chilliwack2
1Tri-City4
6Kelowna1
2Vancouver4
7Kamloops0
1Tri-City4
Western
2Vancouver2
3Everett3
6Kelowna4
2Vancouver4
5Portland2
4Spokane3
5Portland4

Media coverage[edit]

All of the tournaments' games were televised throughout Canada on Rogers Sportsnet and in the United States on the NHL Network.[1] The Brandon Sun, Brandon's local daily newspaper, covered the entire tournament in print as well as online.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Brandon Wheat Kings to host 2010 MasterCard Memorial Cup". Western Hockey League. 2008-10-15. Archived from the original on 2009-01-27. Retrieved 2008-10-16. 
  2. ^ a b c "Brandon wins bid to host 2010 Memorial Cup". CBC Sports. 2008-10-15. Retrieved 2008-10-17. 
  3. ^ The Canadian Press (2008-08-22). "WHL teams bid to host 2010 Memorial Cup". CBC Sports. Retrieved 2008-10-17. 

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2009 Memorial Cup
Memorial CupSucceeded by
2011 Memorial Cup