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1980 Centennial Cup

The 1980 Centennial Cup is the 10th Tier II Junior "A" 1980 ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League.

The Centennial Cup was competed for by the winners of the Abbott Cup, Dudley Hewitt Cup, and the Callaghan Cup.

The tournament was hosted by the North York Rangers in the city of North York, Ontario.


  • The Playoffs 1
    • Round Robin 1.1
      • Results 1.1.1
    • Finals 1.2
  • Awards 2
    • All-Star Team 2.1
  • Roll of League Champions 3
  • Related links 4
  • External links 5

The Playoffs

Round Robin

Rank Team League Ticket W-L GF GA
1 x-Red Deer Rustlers AJHL Abbott Cup 3-1 18 15
2 x-North York Rangers OPJHL Dudley Hewitt Cup 2-2 16 15
3 Sherwood-Parkdale Metros IJHL Callaghan Cup 1-3 19 23

Note: x - denotes team advanced to the final.


Sherwood-Parkdale Metros defeated North York Rangers 7-6 2OT
North York Rangers defeated Red Deer Rustlers 2-0
Red Deer Rustlers defeated Sherwood-Parkdale Metros 6-0
North York Rangers defeated Sherwood-Parkdale Metros 4-3
Red Deer Rustlers defeated North York Rangers 5-4 2OT
Red Deer Rustlers defeated Sherwood-Parkdale Metros 7-6 2OT

Note: OT - denotes overtime


1 Red Deer Rustlers 3
2 North York Rangers 2


Most Valuable Player: Brent Sutter (Red Deer Rustlers)
Top Scorer: Bill Colville (North York Rangers)
Most Sportsmanlike Player: Doug Rigler (Red Deer Rustlers)

All-Star Team


Bill Colville (North York Rangers)
Doug Rigler (Red Deer Rustlers)
Paul Bernard (Sherwood-Parkdale Metros)


Jim File (North York Rangers)
Jeff Woollacott (North York Rangers)


Brian Ford (Red Deer Rustlers)

Roll of League Champions

AJHL: Red Deer Rustlers
BCJHL: Penticton Knights
CJHL: Hawkesbury Hawks
IJHL: Sherwood-Parkdale Metros
MJHL: Selkirk Steelers
MVJHL: Cole Harbour Colts
NOJHL: Onaping Falls Huskies
OPJHL: North York Rangers
SJHL: Prince Albert Raiders

Related links

External links

  • Royal Bank Cup Website
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