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2019 Memorial Cup

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6-3 final for Royun-Noranda. 1g+1a for each of Teasdale and Fonstad.

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Three goals late (one into an empty net) for the Huskies in a 6-3 win. 

 

Teasdale adds an assist. 

Both Habs prospects go 1g1a

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11 minutes ago, Commandant said:

 

 

Another strong game for Teasdale. Let's hope he can show the same kind of skill once he gets to the pros.

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This actually is an assist, as they ruled it got deflected. 

 

 

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Fonstad in on 3 of the 4 Raiders goals.:thumbs_up:

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Was at the game... Teasdale is such a force on the ice it is really exciting to see. He plays the game in a way that makes it very hard to imagine him not transitioning well to the AHL and NHL.

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Guelph defeats Prince Albert 5-2 to secure a spot in the semifinals (vs Royun-Noranda) -- Suzuki scores two goals and an assist.

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Teasdale with 1g so far in this one. 2-0 after the 1st.

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What a finish ... Huskies take the win 4-3 with less than a minute to go. Both teams were guaranteed a spot in the semifinal at least, but this was all about the playoff seedings.

 

If I deciphered the CHL tie-breaking rules correctly, Guelph will get the bye into the final based on the GF:GA ratio, and Prince Albert and Halifax will play again in the semi-final for the other spot in the final.

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1 hour ago, tomh009 said:

What a finish ... Huskies take the win 4-3 with less than a minute to go. Both teams were guaranteed a spot in the semifinal at least, but this was all about the playoff seedings.

 

If I deciphered the CHL tie-breaking rules correctly, Guelph will get the bye into the final based on the GF:GA ratio, and Prince Albert and Halifax will play again in the semi-final for the other spot in the final.

 

Prince albert is eliminated.

 

Guelph vs rouyn is the semi final.

 

Halifax to the final.

 

 

If rouyn scored one more goal tonight it would be guelph in the final.

 

If they scored three more it wouldve been R-N

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13 hours ago, Commandant said:

 

Prince albert is eliminated.

 

Guelph vs rouyn is the semi final.

 

Halifax to the final.

 

 

If rouyn scored one more goal tonight it would be guelph in the final.

 

If they scored three more it wouldve been R-N

 

Sorry, I mixed up Royun and Prince Albert. But even so, I got the tie-breaker wrong ...

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So one of Teasdale or Suzuki is going to the final.

 

Any word on if Fonstad was injured for the playoffs?

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1 hour ago, Trizzak said:

So one of Teasdale or Suzuki is going to the final.

 

Any word on if Fonstad was injured for the playoffs?

Fonstad went 13 straight playoff games with zero pts.

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2-2 after the first

 

Teasdale has a goal, and Suzuki has an assist. 

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2 assists for Suzuki but the huskies win 6-4 (including empty netter)

 

All.quebec final

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3-2 for the huskies in the third.

 

Teasdale is a physical beast in this game.  That said, lets see it translate to Laval next. He looks like a man amongst boys here.

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4-2

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Here is the goal.

 

 

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Tournament MVP for Teasdale.  Nice.

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1 hour ago, Commandant said:

3-2 for the huskies in the third.

 

Teasdale is a physical beast in this game.  That said, lets see it translate to Laval next. He looks like a man amongst boys here.

 

Well he does already have the beard of a 30 year old. 

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12 hours ago, dlbalr said:

Tournament MVP for Teasdale.  Nice.

 

He definitely looked very good.

 

Suzuki was not as impressive in the Memorial Cup as during the OHL playoffs, but the combination of the two prospects is still excellent.

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44 minutes ago, tomh009 said:

 

He definitely looked very good.

 

Suzuki was not as impressive in the Memorial Cup as during the OHL playoffs, but the combination of the two prospects is still excellent.

 

Suzuki had 3 goals and 4 assists for 7 points in 4 games.   He was every bit as good in the Mem Cup as in the OHL playoffs. 

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