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Curtain falls on successful 2013 Bell Capital Cup

Champions crowned in all 19 divisions

Wednesday, 02.01.2013 / 8:15 AM / News
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Curtain falls on successful 2013 Bell Capital Cup

OTTAWA - The 14th annual Bell Capital Cup, the world’s premier atom and peewee hockey tournament, came to a successful conclusion on Tuesday evening with the final eight championship games played at Scotiabank Place.

The 380 participating teams were vying for the Allen J. MacDonald Memorial Trophy, which was bestowed upon each division champion. This year’s field is comprised of teams from five different countries, including Canada (three provinces and one territory), China (Hong Kong), Finland, Germany and the United States (with representation from nine individual states).

The Allen J. MacDonald Memorial Trophy symbolizes the teamwork, dedication and effort required for success. The four-foot trophy is named in honour of Allen J. MacDonald, a friend, colleague and passionate member of the minor hockey community, who was a great contributor to the Bell Capital Cup. Each winning team will take home a replica trophy and a championship banner for display in its home arena. Each player will receive a gold miniature championship trophy and a Bell Capital Cup Nike shirt.

Champions from the 19 divisions contested during the Bell Capital Cup:

Girls atom AA – Oakville Hornets

Girls peewee AA – Nepean Wildcats

Boys major peewee AAA – Ottawa Sting

Boys major peewee AA – DuHadaway Delco Phantoms

Boys major peewee A – Ottawa West Golden Knights

Boys minor peewee AAA – Rochester Monarchs

Boys minor peewee AA – Jokerit Blue

Boys minor peewee A – Grimsby Peach Kings

Boys peewee house A – West End Ice Hogs

Boys major atom AAA – Ottawa Valley Silver Seven

Boys major atom AA – Mariniers d’Aylmer

Boys major atom A – Skylands Kings Wales

Boys major atom B – Prince Edward County Kings

Boys minor atom AAA – Barrie Colts

Boys minor atom AA – Ottawa Valley Silver Seven (black)

Boys minor atom A – Burlington Bulldogs

Boys atom house A – Iceberg d’Aylmer

Boys atom house B – Athens Aeros

Boys atom house C – North Franklin Shamrocks

For complete information on the Bell Capital Cup, including final statistics and results, visit www.bellcapitalcup.ca.

Bill Patterson Trophy winners

The Bill Patterson Trophy is awarded to the two teams (one house league, one competitive) that best demonstrate fair play and sportsmanship by recording the fewest penalty minutes during round-robin play. A sportscaster for CTV Ottawa, Patterson died suddenly of a heart attack on Sept. 22, 1999. An active family man who is survived by his wife, Pat, and daughters Sherri, Meghan and Sarah, Patterson loved watching and reporting on young athletes, and was Ottawa’s primary booster of amateur sports.

The 2013 recipients of the Bill Patterson Trophy are:

South Grenville Rangers C1 – Boys atom house B

Kanata Blazers – Boys major peewee A

Bell Sensplex Hockey School scholarships

The Bell Sensplex Hockey School scholarships are presented to one player from each team that is awarded the Bill Patterson Trophy. The 2013 recipients are the South Grenville Rangers C1 (boys atom house B) and the Kanata Blazers (boys major peewee A). Winning coaches select a player from their team who best demonstrates hard work, fair play and good sportsmanship. The scholarship recipients will spend a week receiving the very best in on-ice instruction from the professional staff at the Ottawa Senators Summer Hockey Camps, held annually at the Bell Sensplex during July and August.

Other Event Facts and Figures

Number of participating teams - 380

Number of tournament games played - 786 (including Scotiabank-Canadian Tire all-star games)

Friendly (exhibition) games played - 69

Number of Scotiabank-Canadian Tire all-star games - 28

Number of Bell Capital Cup skills competitions - 28 (more than 6,500 players participated in this year's skills competition)

Estimated economic impact from this year’s event - $13 million to province

Estimate of money raised for charity and minor hockey this year - more than $150,000

Fourteen (14) year total of money raised for charity and minor hockey - more than $2.5 million

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ATLANTIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 62 41 16 5 171 135 87
2 TBL 63 38 19 6 207 167 82
3 DET 61 35 15 11 180 159 81
4 BOS 62 31 22 9 165 161 71
5 FLA 62 27 22 13 150 175 67
6 OTT 60 27 23 10 171 163 64
7 TOR 62 25 32 5 170 189 55
8 BUF 63 19 39 5 123 212 43

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
E. Karlsson 60 15 32 3 47
B. Ryan 56 15 30 8 45
K. Turris 60 15 28 -4 43
M. Hoffman 57 23 16 23 39
M. Stone 58 15 24 11 39
M. Zibanejad 58 15 18 2 33
C. MacArthur 53 13 13 -10 26
M. Michalek 55 11 14 -1 25
D. Legwand 58 8 14 -3 22
A. Chiasson 54 9 12 -8 21
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Anderson 13 11 7 .927 2.37
R. Lehner 9 12 3 .905 3.02