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2003 Mastercard Memorial Cup
Quebec City, Quebec
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Host teamQuebec Remparts
ChampionsKitchener Rangers
DurationMay 17–25, 2003
Number of games8
Number of teams4
Total attendance84,686
TelevisionRogers Sportsnet
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The 2003 Memorial Cup (branded as the 2003 Mastercard Memorial Cup for sponsorship reasons) occurred May 17–25 at the Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City, Quebec. It was the 85th annual Memorial Cup competition and determined the major junior ice hockey champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). It featured the host team, the Quebec Remparts, as well as the winners of the Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League, which were the Kitchener Rangers, Hull Olympiques and the Kelowna Rockets respectively. The Kitchener Rangers won their second ever Memorial Cup, their first being in 1982. They beat the Hull Olympiques in the final, who were trying to win their first Memorial Cup since 1997 when they won it on home ice.

Round-robin standings

Kitchener Rangers (OHL) 3 3 0 12 6
Hull Olympiques (QMJHL) 3 2 1 10 8
Kelowna Rockets (WHL) 3 1 2 6 10
Quebec Remparts (host) 3 0 3 8 12




Winning team

Andre Benoit, Jesse Boucher, Gregory Campbell, Mike Chmielewski, David Clarkson, Scott Dickie, Carlo DiRienzo, Nick Duff, T. J. Eason, Steve Eminger, Cam Fergus, Matt Grennier, George Halkidis, Thomas Harrison, Kevin Hurley, Petr Kanko, Adam Keefe, Matt Manias, Rafal Martynowski, Chad McCaffrey, Matt McCann, Paul McFarland, Evan McGrath, Nathan O'Nabigon, Mike Richards, Derek Roy (Captain), Marcus Smith. Head Coach: Peter DeBoer

Scoring leaders

  1. Gregory Campbell, KIT (1g, 6a, 7pts)
  2. Jean-Michel Daoust, HUL (2g, 4a, 6pts)
  3. Andre Benoit, KIT (1g, 5a, 6pts)
  4. Petr Kanko, KIT (4g, 1a, 5pts)
  5. Mathieu Brunelle, HUL (3g, 2a, 5pts)
  6. Mike Richards, KIT (2g, 3a, 5pts)
  7. Jesse Schultz, KEL (1g, 4a, 5pts)
  8. Derek Roy, KIT (3g, 1a, 4pts)
  9. Evan McGrath, KIT (2g, 2a, 4pts)
  10. Kiel McLeod, KEL (2g, 2a, 4pts)

Goaltending leaders

  1. Scott Dickie, KIT (2.25 gaa, 0.911 sv%)
  2. Eric Lafrance, HUL (3.00 gaa, 0.907 sv%)
  3. Kelly Guard, KEL (3.02 gaa, 0.862 sv%)
  4. Jean-Michel Filiatrault, QUE (3.71 gaa, 0.894 sv%)
  5. Michael Kim, KEL (2.21 gaa, 0.931 sv%)

Award winners

All-star team