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This just in - Seattle's elimination may have been the goalie's fault

I'm sorry if a .218 GAA is my fault

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Announcement

I'm retiring again so this thing has to die again. Sorry boys :(

Just kidding, the real Announcement is coming up

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Real Announcement

The Memorial Cup Selection Committee has announced the winner of the bidding for the 2014 Memorial Cup

As 2014 was the OHL's turn to host the Memorial Cup, three teams submitted bids to host the tournament

These three teams were - the London Knights, the Windsor Spitfires and the Barrie Colts

Based on Venue, Location, Nearby Amenities, and Competitiveness of Team, the Memorial Cup Selection Committee has unanimously voted the winner of the bidding.

The team that has been awarded the right to host the 2014 Memorial Cup is.....

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Easily being the most competitive team in the OHL in the last three years, having won the OHL Championship in both 2012 and 2013, as well as a 4th place finish in the Memorial Cup in 2013 and being the runner up in 2012. The Selection Committee not only picked London for their competitiveness the last three years but also for their venue, largest of the three bidders with a capacity of 9,000. London is also the 15th largest city in Canada by population and 6th largest in Ontario, beating both Barrie and Windsor, and is located right between Detroit and Toronto, two huge hockey markets. London also has enough and very good hotels as well as it's own airport, and so it is obvious that London is the deserving winner of the bidding.

Congratulations to London on winning the right to host the 2014 Memorial Cup, it's second time in it's history, and 1st in 9 years!

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2014 Memorial Cup - Confirmed Teams

WHL - Medicine Hat Tigers

OHL - Niagara Ice Dogs

QMJHL - ?

Host - London Knights

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Hopefully the WHL wins back to back Memorial cups.

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Strong second season for Scorgolev despite losing Niklas Kromwall to the NHL. Hopefully Saint John can make some noise in the playoffs this year.

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Strong second season for Scorgolev despite losing Niklas Kromwall to the NHL. Hopefully Saint John can make some noise in the playoffs this year.

I was worried you guys would drop off a bit considering that Kromwall is the second best rated redwing d-man, but you guys did better than expected.
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Alrighty, so once I get the OHL stats updated the QMJHL simming will commence

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QMJHL Playoff Tree

1st Round

[4] Halifax Mooseheads v Drummondville Voltigeurs [13]

[5] Saint John Sea Dogs v Chicoutimi Saguenéens [12]

[7] Rimouski Océanic v Blainville-Boisbriand Armada [10]

[8] Québec Remparts v Sherbrooke Phoenix [9]

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Can you say upset?

So many upsets this year, lol..

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QMJHL Playoff Tree

1st Round

[4] Halifax Mooseheads 2v 4 Drummondville Voltigeurs [13]

[5] Saint John Sea Dogs 4 v 3 Chicoutimi Saguenéens [12]

[7] Rimouski Océanic 4 v 3 Blainville-Boisbriand Armada [10]

[8] Québec Remparts 4 v 1 Sherbrooke Phoenix [9]

Saint John, Rimouski, and Quebec advance to the 2nd Round!

Last year's QMJHL Champion and Memorial Cup runner ups Halifax Mooseheads are sent home, their season is over by a 13th seed

2nd Round

[5] Saint John Sea Dogs 4 v 0 Québec Remparts [8]

[6] PEI Rocket 4 v 2 Rimouski Océanic [7]

Saint John advances to the third round!

Rimouski and last year's regular season champion and QMJHL runner up Quebec Remparts are sent home

3rd Round

[3] Val-d'Or Foreurs 4 v 2 Saint John Sea Dogs [5]

Saint John is elminated

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Who will win?

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or.....

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Find out in a bit!

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QMJHL Finals

Game 1

Val d'Or 1 Moncton 3

Game 2

Moncton 4 Val d'Or 1

Game 3

Val-d'Or 3 Moncton 2

Game 4

Moncton 1 Val-d'Or 3

Game 5

Val-d'Or 2 Moncton 4

Moncton leads the series 3-2

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qmjhl-final-logo.jpg

And the Presidents Cup goes to...

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Congratulations to the Moncton Wildcats on winning their 3rd ever QMJHL Championship, and first since 2010!

Game 6

FINAL SCORE

Moncton 4 Val-d'Or 2

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Actually I'll do NHL a bit later

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Ah, good run for Saint John and very happy with 13 G in 17 GP for Scorgolev. Hoping I can crack St. Louis' roster next season but one last crack at a Memorial Cup would be alright too.

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