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Tournament details
DatesMay 19–27, 2001
Teams4
Venue(s)(Regina, Saskatchewan)
Host teamRegina Pats
TV partner(s)CTV, CTV Sportsnet
Final positions
ChampionsRed Deer Rebels
Tournament statistics
Matches played9
2000
2002

The 2001 Memorial Cup occurred May 19–27 at the Agridome in Regina, Saskatchewan. It was the 83rd annual Memorial Cup competition and determined the major junior ice hockey champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). It featured the host team, the Regina Pats as well as the winners of the Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League which were the Ottawa 67's, Val-d'Or Foreurs and the Red Deer Rebels respectively. The Red Deer Rebels won their first Memorial Cup, beating the Val-d'Or Foreurs in the final.

Round-robin standings

Pos Team Pld W L GF GA
1 Red Deer Rebels (WHL) 3 2 1 11 11
1 Val-d'Or Foreurs (QMJHL) 3 2 1 15 8
3 Regina Pats (host) 3 1 2 9 12
3 Ottawa 67's (OHL) 3 1 2 8 12
Source:[citation needed]

Scores

Round Robin

Tie-breaker

Semi-final

Final

Winning roster

Colby Armstrong, Shane Bendera, Andrew Bergen, Martin Erat, Devin Francon, Boyd Gordon, Diarmuid Kelly, Ross Lupaschuk, Doug Lynch, Justin Mapletoft, Derek Meech, Cam Ondrik, Darcy Robinson, Jeff Smith, Shay Stephenson, Joel Stepp, Bryce Thoma, Jim Vandermeer, Kyle Wanvig, Jeff Woywitka. Coach: Brent Sutter

Scoring leaders

  1. Simon Gamache, VDO, (4g 3a) 7p
  2. Brett Lysak, REG, (3g 4a) 7p
  3. Ross Lupaschuk, RD, (2g 5a) 7p
  4. Chris Lyness, VDO, (1g 6a) 7p
  5. Stephane Veilleux, VDO, (3g 3a) 6p
  6. Brandon Reid, VDO, (3g 3a) 6p
  7. Karel Mosovsky, REG, (3g 3a) 6p
  8. Kevin Korol, REG, (3g 3a) 6p
  9. Kyle Wanvig, RD, (2g 4a) 6p
  10. Paul Elliott, REG, (2g 4a) 6p
  11. Martin Erat, RD, (1g 5a) 6p
  12. Eric Fortier, VDO, (1g 5a) 6p

Goaltending leaders

  1. Chad Davidson, REG (2.20 GAA)
  2. Maxime Daigneault, VDO (3.22 GAA)
  3. Shane Bendera, RD (3.91 GAA)
  4. Seamus Kotyk, OTT

Award winners

All-star team

References