2022 Memorial Cup
Tournament details
DatesJune 20–29, 2022
Teams4
Venue(s)TD Station (Saint John, New Brunswick)
2019
TBD →

The 2022 Memorial Cup (branded as the 2022 Memorial Cup presented by Kia for sponsorship reasons) will be a four-team round-robin format tournament held at TD Station in Saint John, New Brunswick from June 20–29, 2022. It will be the 102nd Memorial Cup championship which determines the champion of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). The tournament will be hosted by the Saint John Sea Dogs, who won the right to host the tournament over the Quebec Remparts.

The Memorial Cup returns after two years of absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Host bidding process

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) considered bids from the Quebec Remparts and Saint John Sea Dogs.[1] This will mark the first time that the Saint John Sea Dogs will host the tournament.

Road to the Cup

OHL playoffs

The J. Ross Robertson Cup, championship trophy of the OHL
The J. Ross Robertson Cup, championship trophy of the OHL

Main article: 2021–22 OHL season

Conference quarterfinals Conference semifinals Conference finals Finals
            
E1 Hamilton 4
E8 Peterborough 0
E1 Hamilton 4
E4 Mississauga 0
E4 Mississauga 4
E5 Barrie 2
E1 Hamilton 4
Eastern Conference
E2 North Bay 0
E3 Kingston 4
E6 Oshawa 1
E2 North Bay 4
E3 Kingston 1
E2 North Bay 4
E7 Ottawa 0
E1 Hamilton 4
Note: Pairings are re-seeded after the first round.
W1 Windsor 3
W1 Windsor 4
W8 Sarnia 2
W1 Windsor 4
W7 Kitchener 1
W4 Sault Ste. Marie 4
W5 Guelph 1
W1 Windsor 4
Western Conference
W3 Flint 3
W3 Flint 4
W6 Owen Sound 3
W3 Flint 4
W4 Sault Ste. Marie 1
W2 London 3
W7 Kitchener 4

QMJHL playoffs

The President's Cup, championship trophy of the QMJHL
The President's Cup, championship trophy of the QMJHL

Main article: 2021–22 QMJHL season

Note: In the first two rounds seeding is determined by conference standings, and in the two final rounds seeding is determined by overall standings.

Conference quarter-finals Conference semi-finals Semi-finals President's Cup Championship
            
W1 Sherbrooke 3
W8 Baie-Comeau 1
W1 Sherbrooke 3
W5 Blainville-Boisbriand 0
W2 Gatineau 3
W7 Val-d'Or 1
1 Quebec 2
7 Shawinigan 3
W3 Shawinigan 3
W6 Rouyn-Noranda 0
W2 Gatineau 0
W3 Shawinigan 3
W4 Drummondville 1
W5 Blainville-Boisbriand 3
2 Charlottetown 1
7 Shawinigan 4
E1 Quebec 3
E8 Chicoutimi 0
E1 Quebec 3
E6 Rimouski 1
E2 Charlottetown 3
E7 Moncton 0
2 Charlottetown 3
4 Sherbrooke 1
E3 Saint John 2
E6 Rimouski 3
E2 Charlottetown 3
E4 Acadie–Bathurst 0
E4 Acadie–Bathurst 3
E5 Halifax 2

WHL playoffs

The Ed Chynoweth Cup, championship trophy of the WHL
The Ed Chynoweth Cup, championship trophy of the WHL

Main article: 2021–22 WHL season

Conference quarterfinals Conference semifinals Conference finals Finals
            
E1 Winnipeg 4
E8 Prince Albert 1
E1 Winnipeg 4
E4 Moose Jaw 1
E4 Moose Jaw 4
E5 Saskatoon 1
E1 Winnipeg 1
Eastern
E2 Edmonton 4
E3 Red Deer 4
E6 Brandon 2
E2 Edmonton 4
E3 Red Deer 0
E2 Edmonton 4
E7 Lethbridge 0
E2 Edmonton 4
Note: Pairings are re-seeded after the first round.
W4 Seattle 2
W1 Everett 2
W8 Vancouver 4
W2 Kamloops 4
W8 Vancouver 2
W4 Seattle 4
W5 Kelowna 1
W2 Kamloops 3
Western
W4 Seattle 4
W3 Portland 4
W6 Prince George 0
W3 Portland 3
W4 Seattle 4
W2 Kamloops 4
W7 Spokane 0

Team rosters

Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)

Pos. No. Player
G 30 Kolby Hay
G 33 Sebastian Cossa
G 35 Alex Worthington
D 2 Carter Kowalyk
D 4 Kaiden Guhle
D 5 Simon Kubicek
D 6 Luke Prokop
D 7 Ethan Peters
D 8 Braeden Wynne
D 9 Carson Golder
D 24 Logan Dowhniuk
D 28 Graydon Gotaas
F 11 Dylan Guenther
F 12 John Szabo
F 14 Josh Williams
F 15 Cole Miller
F 17 Gavin Hodnett
F 20 Dawson Seitz
F 21 Jake Neighbours
F 23 Jalen Luypen
F 25 Brendan Kuny
F 39 Shea Van Olm
F 41 Tyler Horstmann
F 42 Justin Sourdif
F 43 Jaxsen Wiebe
F 44 Carter Souch
F 77 Jakub Demek

Tournament games

All times local (UTC −3)[5]

Round-robin

June 20 Saint John Sea Dogs 7:00 pm Hamilton Bulldogs TD Station


June 21 Edmonton Oil Kings 7:00 pm Shawinigan Cataractes TD Station


June 22 Edmonton Oil Kings 7:00 pm Saint John Sea Dogs TD Station


June 23 Hamilton Bulldogs 7:00 pm Shawinigan Cataractes TD Station


June 24 Hamilton Bulldogs 7:00 pm Edmonton Oil Kings TD Station


June 25 Shawinigan Cataractes 5:00 pm Saint John Sea Dogs TD Station


Round-robin standings

  Indicates team advanced directly to the championship game

  Indicates team advanced to the semifinal game

Team GP W L GF GA PTS
Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL/host) 0 0 0 0 0 0
(OHL) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL) 0 0 0 0 0 0
Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 0 0 0 0 0 0

Playoff Round

Tiebreaker

June 26 TBD 5:00 pm TBD TD Station


Semi-Final

June 27 TBD 7:00 pm TBD TD Station


Final

June 29 TBD 7:00 pm TBD TD Station


Awards

The CHL handed out the following awards at the conclusion of the 2022 Memorial Cup:

References

  1. ^ "Saint John Sea Dogs selected to host 2022 Memorial Cup presented by Kia". Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. September 9, 2021. Retrieved February 17, 2022.
  2. ^ "Saint John Sea Dogs – Official site of the Saint John Sea Dogs". sjseadogs.com. Retrieved February 28, 2022.
  3. ^ "Shawinigan Cataractes". theqmjhl.com. Retrieved June 11, 2022.
  4. ^ "Edmonton Oil Kings". whl.ca. Retrieved June 13, 2022.
  5. ^ "Canadian Hockey League announces new dates for 2022 Memorial Cup presented by Kia". Memorial Cup. Canadian Hockey League. February 15, 2022. Retrieved February 17, 2022.