Around the CHL ~ volume #1 preview edition #5

Check out the recap of what happened last season. Hope you enjoyed my posts last season. Keep reading and don’t be afraid to ask me anything about my blog.

here are last year’s winners:
Division champions 2015-16
WHLVictoria Royals (B.C.) 72 games played, 50-16-3-3 record, 106 points, 281 goals for/166 goals against; Brandon Wheat Kings (East) 72 games played, 48-18-4-2 record, 102 points, 319 goals for/197 goals against; Lethbridge Hurricanes (Central) 72 games played, 46-24-1-1 record, 94 points, 304 goals for/218 goals against; Seattle Thunderbirds (U.S.) 72 games played, 45-23-4-0 record, 94 points, 228 goals for/186 goals against
OHLErie Otters (Midwest) 68 games played, 52-15-1-0 record, 105 points, 269 goals for/183 goals against; Kingston Fronteancs (East) 68 games played, 46-17-3-2 record, 97 points, 252 goals for/189 goals against; Sarnia Sting (West) 68 games played, 42-19-5-2 record, 91 points, 254 goals for/192 goals against; Barrie Colts (Central) 68 games played, 43-22-0-3 record, 89 points, 295 goals for/207 goals against
QMJHLRouyn-Noranda Huskies (West) 68 games played, 54-9-3-2 record, 113 points, 302 goals for/181 goals against; Shawinigan Cataractes (East) 68 games played, 44-19-4-1 record, 93 points, 281 goals for/220 goals against; Saint John Sea Dogs (Maritimes) 68 games played, 42-20-6-0 record, 90 points, 258 goals for/222 goals against

League championships 2016
President’s Cup – Rouyn-Noranda Huskies vs. Shawinigan Cataractes (Huskies won series 4 games to 1 game)
J. Ross Robertson Cup – London Knights vs. Niagara IceDogs (Knights won series 4 games to 0 games)
Ed Chynoweth Cup – Brandon Wheat Kings vs. Seattle Thunderbirds (Wheat Kings won series 4 games to 1 game)

Memorial Cup 2016
Teams ~ Brandon (WHL champion), London (OHL champion), Red Deer (Hosts), and Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL champion)

Final May 29, 2016 London vs. Rouyn-Noranda 3-2 OT


London will look to repeat as Memorial Cup champions. The Windsor Spitfires will be hosting the national championship tournament next May. The 2017 CHL/NHL BMO Top Prospects game will be hosted by the Quebec Remparts on January 26.


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