Generals and Rockets target spot in finals

Both champions of their respective leagues, the Oshawa Generals and the Kelowna Rockets enter their matchup on Tuesday at the Colisée each eyeing a spot in Sunday’s MasterCard Memorial Cup Final. For the 2-0 Generals, a win would put them directly into the big dance while 1-1 Kelowna could help their cause with a win to put themselves in the…

Rimouski at Kelowna – GM 4 – Recap

Rimouski at Kelowna – GM 4 – Highlights


Rockets launch to 7-3 win over Océanic

The Kelowna Rockets came into Day 4 of the MasterCard Memorial Cup on Monday with something to prove. Friday’s opening night 4-3 loss to the host Québec Remparts in front of a jam-packed Colisée has faded into the rearview mirror after Nick Merkley, Gage Quinney and Leon Draisaitl each scored twice and captain Madison Bowey registered three points in a…

Rimouski and Kelowna battle for much needed win

The Rimouski Océanic and the Kelowna Rockets enter Day 4 at the MasterCard Memorial Cup each in search of a much needed victory. A win would take them a step closer to playing in the semi-final on Friday. A loss would put them in a tight spot with 2-0 Oshawa already clinching a semi-final berth and two clubs ahead of…

Game #4 Preview Oceanic / Rockets


Generals secure semi-final berth with 5-4 OT win

Creating offence off faceoff plays is something the OHL Champion Oshawa Generals have frequented so far at the 2015 MasterCard Memorial Cup. Having a guy like Cole Cassels in the circle certainly doesn’t hinder that endeavour. Cassels snapped back a faceoff win from the left of Zach Fucale as defenceman Stephen Desrocher had a lane to the net and didn’t…

2006 Champion Remparts make grand return

The excitement in Québec City continued on Sunday, with the 2006 MasterCard Memorial Cup Champion Québec Remparts making their grand return to the Colisée. The group that became the first non-host and non-league champion in CHL history to raise the Memorial Cup was met by excited fans and a large group of journalists eager to relive a little piece of…

Generals grind out 4-3 win

The ‘Big Rig’ gave further credence to the name on Saturday. Oshawa Generals forward Hunter Smith used his big 6’6″ frame to put on a display of pure power to net the deciding goal in a 4-3 Generals victory over the Rimouski Océanic at the Colisée. Smith dumped a low shot in on the pads of Rimouski goaltender Philippe Desrosiers…
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