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1983 Centennial Cup

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Dates  May 1983
Venue(s)  North York, Ontario
Matches played  4
Teams  2
Runner-up  Abbotsford Flyers
Champions  North York Rangers (1st title)

The 1983 Centennial Cup is the 13th Junior "A" 1983 ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League.

Contents

The Centennial Cup was competed for by the winners of the Abbott Cup/Western Canadian Champions and the Eastern Canadian Jr. A Champions.

The finals were hosted by the North York Rangers in the city of North York, Ontario.

The Playoffs


Prior to the Regionals

Abbotsford Flyers (BCJHL) defeated the Williams Lake Mustangs (PCJHL) 2-games-to-none North York Rangers (OPJHL) defeated Elliot Lake Vikings (NOJHL) 3-games-to-2 Thunder Bay Kings (TBHL) defeated Ottawa Senators (CJHL) 4-games-to-3 Dauphin Kings (MJHL) defeated The Pas Huskies (NMJHL) 3-games-to-none

Regional Championships

Manitoba Centennial Cup: North York Rangers Abbott Cup: Abbotsford Flyers Eastern Champions: North York Rangers Doyle Cup: Abbotsford Flyers Anavet Cup: Dauphin Kings Dudley Hewitt Cup: North York Rangers Callaghan Cup: Halifax Lions

Roll of League Champions

AJHL: Calgary Canucks BCJHL: Abbotsford Flyers CJHL: Ottawa Senators IJHL: Sherwood-Parkdale Metros MJHL: Dauphin Kings MVJHL: Halifax Lions NBJHL: Moncton Hawks (League defaulted from National Jr. A play) NMJHL: The Pas Huskies NOJHL: Elliot Lake Vikings OJHL: North York Rangers PCJHL: Williams Lake Mustangs SJHL: Yorkton Terriers

Awards

Most Valuable Player: Dennis McCarroll (North York Rangers) Most Sportsmanlike Player: Don McLaughlin (North York Rangers)

Related links

  • Canadian Junior A Hockey League
  • Royal Bank Cup
  • Anavet Cup
  • Doyle Cup
  • Dudley Hewitt Cup
  • Fred Page Cup
  • Abbott Cup
  • Mowat Cup
  • References

    1983 Centennial Cup Wikipedia


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