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2015 Allan Cup

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The 2015 Allan Cup was the 2015 Canadian Grand National Championship of Senior ice hockey and the 107th year the trophy was awarded. The tournament was contended in Clarenville, Newfoundland and Labrador from April 13 to April 18, 2015 and hosted by the Clarenville Caribous. All games were played at the Eastlink Events Centre.[1]

The championship game between the Bentley Generals and South East Prairie Thunder was a rematch of the 2009 final. The Prairie Thunder defeated the Generals by a score of 2-0 to win their second national title.[2]

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This year's Allan Cup was the first played in Newfoundland and Labrador since 1985. It was the third consecutive trip to the Allan Cup for the host Clarenville Caribous, who lost the previous two championship games.

The Atlantic region was awarded Quebec's berth for this year's Allan Cup, in addition to its regular spot. As a result, the champions from the Newfoundland's Central West Senior Hockey League (Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts) and New Brunswick's North East Senior Hockey League (Lameque Au P'tit Mousse) were given automatic berths into the Allan Cup. In Ontario, the OHF and defending Allan Cup champions Dundas Real McCoys defeated Northern Ontario's Kenora Thistles to win the Renwick Cup.[3]

In the West, the South East Prairie Thunder of Manitoba swept the Rathgaber Cup series against Saskatchewan's Rosetown Red Wings to return to the Allan Cup for the sixth time in seven years.[4] British Columbia did not present a team for the McKenzie Cup series, thus allowing Alberta's Chinook Hockey League champion (Bentley Generals) to take the Pacific region uncontested and advance directly to the Allan Cup.[3]

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  • Lameque Au P'tit Mousse (New Brunswick)
  • 10-7-3 record, 3rd in NESHL.
  • Defeated Restigouche Nord Vikings 4-1, Lost to Tracadie Alpines 1-4.
  • NESHL champion automatically qualified as there are no Quebec teams.
  • Tracadie Alpines declined, Lameque 2015 NESHL runner-up.[3]

Round robin

Allan Cup Round Robin
Division One
Rank Team Region W-L-T GF GA
1 South East Prairie Thunder West 2-0-0 6 4
2 Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts Newfoundland & Labrador 1-1-0 6 5
3 Dundas Real McCoys Ontario 0-2-0 6 9

Division Two
Rank Team Region W-L-T GF GA
1 Bentley Generals Pacific 2-0-0 7 3
2 Clarenville Caribous Host 1-1-0 7 4
3 Lameque Au P'tit Mousse New Brunswick 0-2-0 2 9


Round Robin results
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes
1 Dundas 3 Grand Falls-Windsor 5 Final - Shots: 66-22 GFW
2 Lameque 1 Clarenville 5 Final - Shots: 44-22 CLA
3 South East 4 Dundas 2 Final - Shots: 56-32 SE
4 Clarenville 2 Bentley 3 Final - Shots: 37-35 BEN
5 Grand Falls-Windsor 1 South East 2 Final - Shots: 32-31 GFW
6 Bentley 4 Lameque 1 Final - Shots: 38-18 BEN

Championship Round

Quarter and Semi-finals

Quarter and Semi-final results
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes
QF Lameque 2 Grand Falls-Windsor 4 Final - Shots: 49-23 GFW
QF Dundas 1 Clarenville 2 Final - Shots: 46-24 CLA
SF Grand Falls-Windsor 5 Bentley 6 OT Final - Shots: 37-33 BEN
SF Clarenville 1 South East 4 Final - Shots: 44-25 CLA


Allan Cup final
Game Away Team Score Home Team Score Notes
F South East 2 Bentley 0 Final - Shots: 27-25 BEN


Bill Saunders Award (Tournament MVP): Steve Christie (South East Prairie Thunder)
All Star Team

Goalie: Steve Christie (South East Prairie Thunder)
Defense: Ryan Bonni (South East Prairie Thunder)
Defense: Griffen Nyren (Bentley Generals)
Forward: Colin Circelli (Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts)
Forward: Del Cowan (South East Prairie Thunder)
Forward: Cam MacLise (Bentley Generals)


  1. ^ "Clarenville will host 2015 Allan Cup". CBC.ca. 9 March 2013.
  2. ^ "Allan Cup Showdown - Thunder vs Generals". SteinbachOnline.com. 18 April 2015.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Coming attractions". The Telegram. 11 April 2015. Archived from the original on 16 April 2015. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
  4. ^ "Redwings Fall in Rathgaber Cup". WestCentralOnline.com. 30 March 2015.

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