In Manitoba, Steinbach and Manitoba will square-off in a best-of-seven series to determine who faces Southeast for the Manitoba crown. In Saskatchewan, Paradise Hill and Lloydminster face-off for the Saskatchewan Sr. AAA championship. The winners of these two provinces will face each other to determine the Manitoba/Saskatchewan seed to the 2010 Allan Cup.
In Southern Ontario, the top three teams of Major League Hockey will play a double round robin and then the top two teams from the round robin will play a best-of-7 series to determine an Ontario Hockey Association champion. In Northwestern Ontario, a one-game per opponent round robin will determine a one-game runoff for the Hockey Northwestern Ontario crown. When the two teams are determined, they will meet in a best-of-3 series to determine the Ontario seed to the 2010 Allan Cup.
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1 Lacombe Generals
The Lacombe Generals were a Senior AAA ice hockey team from Lacombe, Alberta, Canada that played in the Chinook Hockey League. The Generals are four-time national champions, having won the Allan Cup in 2009 and 2016 in Steinbach, Manitoba, and in 2013 in Red Deer, Alberta and in Lacombe, Alberta 2019. The club was formerly known as the Bentley Generals from 1999–2016, and played out of the Bentley Arena in Bentley, Alberta, as well as the Red Deer Arena. The team folded in 2019 due to concerns with the organization of senior hockey in Canada.More
2 Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs
The Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs also known as the Fort Hotel Chiefs, were a senior AAA-level ice hockey team based in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. They competed within the Allan Cup Hockey West league from the 2003-04 season to the 2018-19 season.More
3 Stony Plain Eagles
The Stony Plain Eagles are a senior ice hockey team based in Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada. Founded in the 1930s, the team moved up to the Senior AAA ranks in 1992. They presently play in the Chinook Hockey League. The Eagles were the 1999 Allan Cup National Senior champions of Canada.More
11 Lloydminster Border Kings
The Lloydminster Border Kings are a Senior AAA ice hockey team based in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada. The team took a leave of absence beginning with the 2012–13 hockey season from the Chinook Hockey League and moved to the Sask West Hockey League. They moved again for the 2014–15 season to the Battle River Hockey League. After the BRHL folded for the 2015–16 season, the Border Kings attempted to join as many as 3 other leagues, being declined each time by the league officials. This leaves the team in limbo moving forward and taking a definite leave of absence for the 2015–16 season.More
17 Fort Frances Thunderhawks
The Fort Frances Thunderhawks were a Canadian Senior ice hockey club from Fort Frances, Ontario. They were eligible to compete for the Allan Cup.More
18 Kenora Thistles (senior)
The Kenora Thistles were a Canadian senior ice hockey club from Kenora, Ontario. The club most recently played in the 2015–16 season in the Hockey Northwestern Ontario and were hosts of the 2011 Allan Cup.More