Well a new season is about to begin for your Mooseheads so let’s take a look back at what happened last year and preview this season.
here are last year’s winners:
Division champions 2014-15
WHL – Brandon Wheat Kings (East) 72 games played, 53-11-4-4 record, 114 points, 340 goals for/219 goals against; Kelowna Rockets (B.C.) 72 games played, 53-13-5-1 record, 112 points, 305 goals for/183 goals against; Calgary Hitmen (Central) 72 games played, 45-22-1-4 record, 95 points, 289 goals for/203 goals against; Everett Silvertips (U.S.) 72 games played, 43-20-3-6 record, 95 points, 242 goals for/199 goals against
OHL – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (West) 68 games played, 54-12-0-2 record, 110 points, 342 goals for/196 goals against; Oshawa Generals (East) 68 games played, 51-11-2-4 record, 108 points, 292 goals for/157 goals against; Erie Otters (Midwest) 68 games played, 50-14-2-2 record, 104 points, 331 goals for/212 goals against; Barrie Colts (Central) 68 games played, 41-24-1-2 record, 85 points, 278 goals for/227 goals against
QMJHL – Rimouski Oceanic (East) 68 games played, 47-16-3-2 record, 99 points, 279 goals for/198 goals against; Moncton Wildcats (Maritimes) 62 games played, 46-19-0-3 record, 95 points, 287 goals for/232 goals against; Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (West) 68 games played, 41-18-2-7 record, 91 points, 244 goals for/185 goals against
League championships 2015
President’s Cup – Rimouski Oceanic vs. Quebec Remparts (Oceanic won series 4 games to 3 games)
J. Ross Robertson Cup – Oshawa Generals vs. Erie Otters (Generals won series 4 games to 1 game)
Ed Chynoweth Cup – Brandon Wheat Kings vs. Kelowna Rockets (Rockets won series 4 games to 0 games)
Memorial Cup 2015
Teams ~ Kelowna (WHL champion), Oshawa (OHL champion), Quebec (Hosts), and Rimouski (QMJHL champion)
Final May 31, 2015 Kelowna vs. Oshawa 1-2 OT
OSHAWA GENERALS WIN 2015 MEMORIAL CUP!!!
The Belleville Bulls of the Ontario Hockey League were renamed the Hamilton Bulldogs while the Plymouth Whalers, also of the OHL, were renamed the Flint Firebirds.
Oshawa will look to repeat as Memorial Cup champions . The Red Deer Rebels will be hosting the national championship tournament. The 2016 CHL/NHL BMO Top Prospects game will be hosted by the Vancouver Giants on January 28.