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2006 Memorial Cup
Moncton, New Brunswick

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Host team Moncton Wildcats
Champions Quebec Remparts
Duration May 19–28, 2006
Number of games 9
Number of teams 4
Total attendance 62,423
TV partner(s) Rogers Sportsnet
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The 2006 MasterCard Memorial Cup was held in Moncton, New Brunswick from May 19-28. The host team Moncton Wildcats were the only team guaranteed a spot in the tournament. The other teams were the champions of the Ontario Hockey League, the Peterborough Petes; the Western Hockey League champion Vancouver Giants; and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Quebec Remparts, who were runners-up in the QMJHL final to the champion Wildcats. The Remparts won the Memorial Cup, defeating the Wildcats 6-2 in the first all-QMJHL final in tournament history. It also marked the first time in Memorial Cup history that the winning team was neither the host nor a league champion.

Contents

Round-robin standings

Games Won Lost GF GA + / -
Quebec Remparts (QMJHL rep.) 3 2 1 12 9 + 3
Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL and host) 3 2 1 10 8 + 2
Vancouver Giants (WHL) 3 1 2 8 11 - 3
Peterborough Petes (OHL)* 3 1 2 7 9 - 2
*Peterborough finished ahead of Vancouver on goal differential, but Vancouver won the tie-breaker game.

Rosters

Moncton Wildcats (host) Peterborough Petes (OHL)

Goaltenders

  • 35 - Jhase Sniderman
  • 30 - Josh Tordjman

Defencemen

Forwards

Head coach: Ted Nolan

Goaltenders

  •  1 - David Shantz
  • 30 - Breton MacKinnon
  • 34 - Trevor Cann

Defencemen

  •  2 - Aaron Dawson
  •  3 - Mark Pawlowksi
  •  4 - Lubomir Stach
  •  5 - Bryan Young
  •  7 - Trevor Hendrikx
  • 18 - Craig Cescon
  • 26 - Kyle Raftis
  • 28 - Burke MacDonald

Forwards

  •  9 - Jordan Morrison
  • 11 - Jordan Staal
  • 12 - Scott Cowie
  • 14 - Justin Soryal
  • 15 - Steve Lock
  • 16 - Greg Stewart
  • 17 - Zach Harnden
  • 19 - Justin Caruna
  • 20 - Steve Downie
  • 21 - Jason McDonough
  • 22 - Liam Reddox
  • 23 - Daniel Ryder
  • 24 - Fredrik Näslund
  • 25 - Jamie Tardif
  • 27 - Patrick Kaleta

Head coach: Dick Todd

Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) Vancouver Giants (WHL)

Goaltenders

  • 30 - Cédrick Desjardins
  • 35 - Kevin Desfossés

Defencemen

  •  2 - Andrew Andricopoulos
  •  5 - Joey Ryan
  •  6 - Pierre Bergeron
  •  8 - Michal Sersen
  • 24 - Guillaume Veilleux
  • 27 - Stephen Valente
  • 44 - Marc-Edouard Vlasic

Forwards

  •  7 - Angelo Esposito
  •  9 - Yan Ouimet
  • 10 - Simon Courcelles
  • 13 - Todd Chinova
  • 14 - Kenzie Sheppard
  • 16 - Jordan LaVallee
  • 17 - Félix Petit
  • 18 - Brent Aubin
  • 19 - Christophe Poirier
  • 21 - Maxime Lacroix
  • 22 - Alexander Radulov
  • 55 - Alexandre Mineault
  • 58 - Nicolas Robillard
  • 91 - Mathieu Melanson

Head coach: Patrick Roy

Goaltenders

Defencemen

  •  2 - Ryan Molle
  •  3 - Paul Albers
  •  4 - Brent Regner
  •  5 - Mark Fistric
  •  6 - Cody Franson
  •  7 - Jonathon Blum
  • 21 - Brett Festerling
  • 22 - Brendan Mikkelson
  • 23 - John Flatters
  • 38 - Nathan Deck

Forwards

  •  9 - Jason Reese
  • 10 - David Rutherford
  • 11 - J. D. Watt
  • 12 - Tim Kraus
  • 13 - Kyle Lamb
  • 14 - Lance Bouma
  • 15 - Spencer Machacek
  • 16 - Kenton Dulle
  • 17 - Gilbert Brule
  • 18 - Mitch Czibere
  • 19 - Mitch Bartley
  • 20 - Mario Bliznak
  • 24 - Garet Hunt
  • 26 - Michal Repik
  • 27 - Milan Lucic
  • 28 - James Wright
  • 32 - Chad Scharff

Head coach: Don Hay

Schedule

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Round robin

May 19, 2006
Peterborough 3–2 Québec Moncton Coliseum
S. Downie 29:21
J. Tardif 49:43
J. Morrison 55:29
M. Lacroix 40:51 (SH)
J. Ryan 55:16 (PP)
May 20, 2006
Moncton 3–2 Vancouver Moncton Coliseum
P. Dupuis 32:35 (PP)
B. Marchand 35:39
M. Karsums 46:15
M. Repik 1:17
M. Bartley 41:39
May 21, 2006
Québec 6–3 Vancouver Moncton Coliseum
A. Radulov 33:23
M. Melanson 38:58
M. Sersen 40:37 (PP) </br> J. LaVallee 49:38
A. Radulov 52:41 (PP)
J. LaVallee 58:58 (EN)
M. Bartley 00:20
G. Brule 16:14 (SH)
P. Albers 35:39
May 22, 2006
Moncton 4–2 Peterborough Moncton Coliseum
S. Goulet 19:41
S. Goulet 31:16
A. Pineault 34:21
B. Marchand 55:26
S. Downie 29:58 (PP)
G. Stewart 43:12
May 23, 2006
Vancouver 3–2 Peterborough Moncton Coliseum
B. Parker 15:07 (PP)
G. Brule 24:48
G. Brule 48:42 (SH)
J. Tardif 28:44 (PP)
D. Ryder 50:53
May 24, 2006
Québec 4–3 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
M. Melanson 19:46
M. Lacroix 23:39
A. Radulov 40:17
A. Andricopoulos 56:13
J. Samson 15:42
C. Gaudet 38:47
P. Dupuis 52:49

Playoff round

Tie breaker

May 25, 2006
Peterborough 0–6 Vancouver Moncton Coliseum
C. Franson 16:25 (PP)
G. Brule 22:57 (PP)
C. Franson 24:15 (PP)
C. Franson 26:48 (PP)
G. Brule 45:39 (PP)
J. Blum 47:36 (PP)

Semi-final

May 26, 2006
Moncton 3–1 Vancouver Moncton Coliseum
K. Yandle 4:33 (PP)
M. Marquardt 6:18 (PP)
C. Gaudet 59:15 (EN)
G. Brule 11:36 (PP)

Championship game

May 28, 2006
Québec 6–2 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
P. Bergeron 9:36
A. Radulov 19:50
A. Radulov 21:51
A. Esposito 31:03
M. Melanson 49:58 (PP)
J. LaVallee 59:17 (PP)
K. Yandle 40:31 (PP)
K. Yandle 43:57

Leading scorers

Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Gilbert Brule, Vancouver 5 6 6 12 -1 18
Alexander Radulov, Québec 4 5 4 9 +4 6
Philippe Dupuis, Moncton 5 2 5 7 +3 4
Mathieu Melanson, Québec 4 3 3 6 +5 8
Cody Franson, Vancouver 5 3 2 5 -5 8
Maxime Lacroix, Québec 4 2 3 5 +2 2
Angelo Esposito, Québec 4 1 4 5 +2 6
Jordan LaVallee, Québec 4 3 1 4 -3 7
Stéphane Goulet, Moncton 5 2 2 4 +2 2
Brad Marchand, Moncton 5 2 2 4 +1 2
Mitch Bartley, Vancouver 5 2 2 4 +2 2
Martins Karsums, Moncton 5 1 3 4 +2 6
Paul Albers, Vancouver 5 1 3 4 -4 4

Leading goaltenders

Player MINS GA GAA SO Sv%
Josh Tordjman, Moncton 298 11 2.21 0 .935
Dustin Slade, Vancouver 295 12 2.43 1 .886
Cédrick Desjardins, Québec 239 15 3.76 0 .881
David Shantz, Peterborough 235 15 3.83 0 .906

Award winners

All-star team

The road to the cup

All series are best-of-seven

WHL playoffs

For regular season final standings and other stats, see 2005–06 WHL season.

  Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Finals President's Cup Finals
                                     
C1  Medicine Hat 4  
C4  Swift Current 0  
  C1  Medicine Hat 4  
  E2  Saskatoon 0  
E3  Regina 2
E2  Saskatoon 4  
  C1  Medicine Hat 1  
Eastern
  E1  Moose Jaw 4  
C2  Calgary 4  
C3  Lethbridge 2  
  C2  Calgary 3
  E1  Moose Jaw 4  
E4  Brandon 2
E1  Moose Jaw 4  
  E1  Moose Jaw 0
  B1  Vancouver 4
B1  Vancouver 4  
B4  Prince George 1  
  B1  Vancouver 4
  U3  Portland 1  
U3  Portland 4
U2  Seattle 3  
  B1  Vancouver 4
Western
  U1  Everett 0  
B2  Kelowna 4  
B3  Kootenay 2  
  B2  Kelowna 2
  U1  Everett 4  
U4  Tri City 1
U1  Everett 4  

OHL playoffs

For regular season final standings and other stats, see 2005–06 OHL season.

  Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Finals J. Ross Robertson Cup Finals
                                     
1  Peterborough 4  
8  Ottawa 2  
  1  Peterborough 4  
  5  Sudbury 0  
4  Kingston 2
5  Sudbury 4  
  1  Peterborough 4  
East
  3  Barrie 1  
2  Brampton 4  
7  Belleville 2  
  2  Brampton 1
  3  Barrie 4  
3  Barrie 4
6  Toronto 0  
  E1  Peterborough 4
  W1  London 0
1  London 4  
8  Sault Ste. Marie 0  
  1  London 4
  6  Owen Sound 2  
3  Kitchener 1
6  Owen Sound 4  
  1  London 4
West
  4  Guelph 1  
4  Guelph 4  
5  Saginaw 0  
  4  Guelph 4
  2  Plymouth 2  
2  Plymouth 4
7  Windsor 3  

QMJHL playoffs

For regular season final standings and other stats, see 2005–06 QMJHL season.

  Division Quarterfinals Division Semifinals League Semi-Finals President's Cup Finals
                                     
1  Moncton 4  
8  Victoriaville 1  
  1  Moncton 4  
  4  Halifax 1  
4  Lewiston 2
5  Halifax 4  
  1  Moncton 4  
East
  4  Gatineau 1  
2  Acadie-Bathurst 4  
7  P.E.I. 2  
  2  Acadie-Bathurst 4
  3  Cape Breton 0  
3  Cape Breton 4
6  St. John's 1  
  E1  Moncton 4
  W1  Québec 2
1  Québec 4  
8  Val-d'Or 1  
  1  Québec 4
  6  Shawinigan 1  
3  Rouyn-Noranda 1
6  Shawinigan 4  
  1  Québec 4
West
  2  Acadie-Bathurst 3  
2  Chicoutimi 4  
7  Baie-Comeau 0  
  2  Chicoutimi 1
  4  Gatineau 4  
4  Gatineau 4
5  Drummondville 3  
Note: teams cross over between conferences for the final four.
Preceded by
2005 Memorial Cup
Memorial Cup Succeeded by
2007 Memorial Cup
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