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BCHL Royal Bank Cup History

 

The BCHL leads all of the CJHL with 11 (11 of 28) National Championships.  Penticton became the first BC team to win a National Jr. A Championship in 1986 and Vernon is the only BC club to win more than once with six Canadian titles in 1990, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2009 and 2010.  (Prince Albert is the only other team that has won four times).  Since 1983 the BCHL has not gone more than a single season without representation at the RBC/Centennial Cup.

 

The 2012 RBC Royal Bank Cup was held in Humboldt, Sask. The record-breaking Penticton Vees survived a tough round-robin portion of the tournament to qualify for the final where they beat the Woodstock Slammers 4-3 on Joey Benik's late power-play goal. It was the third RBC Cup title in four years for the BCHL with the Vernon Vipers winning in 2009 and 2010.

 

The Royal Bank Cup was first presented in 1996 to the BCHL's Vernon Vipers as they defeated the runner up Melfort Mustangs of the SJHL.  Prior to 1996, the winners were awarded the Centennial Cup.

 

 

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ROYAL BANK CUP

YEAR RESULT TEAM LOCATION
2012 Won RBC Cup Penticton Vees Humboldt, SK.
2011 Advanced to RBC final Vernon Vipers Camrose, AB.
2010 Won RBC Cup Vernon Vipers Dauphin, MB.
2009 Won RBC Cup Vernon Vipers Victoria, B.C.

2008

No BCHL Team

N/A

Cornwall, ON.

2007

Advanced to RBC Final

Prince George Spruce Kings

Prince George, BC

2006

Won RBC Cup

Burnaby Express

Streetsville, ON

2005

No BCHL Team

N/A

Weyburn, SK

2004

Advanced to Round Robin of RBC

Nanaimo Clippers

Grande Prairie, AB

2003

No BCHL Team

N/A

Charlottetown, PE

2002

Advanced to RBC Semifinal

Chilliwack Chiefs

Halifax, NS

2001

No BCHL Team

N/A

Flin Flon, MB

2000

Advanced to RBC Semifinal

Chilliwack Chiefs

Fort McMurray, AB

1999

Won RBC Cup

Vernon Vipers

Yorkton, SK

1998

Won RBC Cup

Surrey Eagles

Nanaimo, BC

1997

Advanced to RBC Final

Surrey Eagles

Summerside, PE

1996

Won RBC Cup

Vernon Vipers

Melfort, SK

 

CENTENNIAL CUP

 

 

 

 

1995

No BCHL Team

N/A

Gloucester, ON

1994

Advanced to Centennial Cup Final

Kelowna Spartans

Olds, AB

1993

Won Centennial Cup

Kelowna Spartans

Amherst, NS

1992

Advanced to Round Robin

Vernon Lakers

Winnipeg, MB

1991

Won Centennial Cup

Vernon Lakers

Sudbury, ON

*1990

Won Centennial Cup

Vernon Lakers

Vernon, BC

*1990

Advanced to Centennial Cup Final

New Westminster Royals

Vernon, BC

1989

Advanced to Round Robin

Vernon Lakers

Summerside, PE

1988

No BCHL Team

N/A

Pembroke, ON

1987

Won Centennial Cup

Richmond Sockeyes

Humboldt, SK

1986

Won Centennial Cup

Penticton Knights

Cole Harbour, NS

1985

Advanced to Centennial Cup Final

Penticton Knights

Orillia, ON

1984

No BCHL Team

N/A

Weyburn, SK

1983

Advanced to Centennial Cup Final

Abbotsford Flyers

North York, ON

1982

No BCHL Team

N/A

Prince Albert, SK

1981

No BCHL Team

N/A

Halifax, NS

1980

No BCHL Team

N/A

North York, ON

1979

No BCHL Team

N/A

Prince Albert, SK

1978

No BCHL Team

N/A

Guelph, ON

1977

No BCHL Team

N/A

Prince Albert, SK

1976

No BCHL Team

N/A

Rockland, ON

1975

No BCHL Team

N/A

Edmonton, AB

1974

No BCHL Team

N/A

Nepean, ON

1973

No BCHL Team

N/A

Brandon, MB

1972

No BCHL Team

N/A

Guelph, ON

1971

No BCHL Team

N/A

Charlottetown, PE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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