2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup: A Preview of Sorts

by Kathy K., Associate Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine MONTREAL, QC -- Yes, we’re aware that there is quite a bit of hockey presently taking...

Cataractes win their first-ever MasterCard Memorial Cup

MONTREAL, QC—The 2012 MasterCard Memorial Cup was hoisted for the first time in victory by a pair of hands belonging to a Canadiens’ prospect:...

Cats and Dogs to meet again in Friday’s semi-final

MONTREAL, QC—Friday’s semi-final MasterCard Memorial Cup game will include both teams from the QMJHL, the defending champion Saint John Sea Dogs and the host...

Shawinigan faces elimination Thursday night

MONTREAL, QC—The Shawinigan Cataractes will have to win every game from here on out of the 2012 MasterCard Memorial Cup in order to be...

Long-anticipated puck drop to take place at Centre Bionest

Tonight’s conclusion of round-robin action has been awaited by several, and not only since last Friday. The significance of the Shawinigan Cataractes vs. the Saint John Sea Dogs, two clubs whose cities are separated by a nine-and-a-half-hour drive, began on April 7th, 2011.

Host Cataractes rebound with 6-2 victory

SHAWINIGAN, QC--In the most thrilling action of the 2012 MasterCard Memorial Cup thus far, the host Shawinigan Cataractes became the third team to pick...

Tinordi, Knights stun Beaulieu, defending champs with 5-3 win

In the second installment of MasterCard Memorial Cup round robin action, the Saint John Sea Dogs did not play like the team that took home Memorial Cup honours last year, or even the team that won it all in the QMJHL this year.

Video: Habs Prospects Bournival, Ellis warm-up at Memorial Cup

Forward Michaël Bournival and defenseman Morgan Ellis of the Shawinigan Cataractes warm-up at the 2012 Memorial Cup prior to their game against the Edmonton...

Bournival, Ellis fall 4-3 to Oil Kings in Memorial Cup opener

In front of a raucous crowd at the Centre Bionest that hadn't seen them play for a month, the Shawinigan Cataractes opened up the 2012 MasterCard Memorial Cup tournament with a nerve-ridden, abnormally bloody 4-3 loss against the champions from the Western Hockey League, the Edmonton Oil Kings.

Habs Prospects, Just One Reason to Watch the Memorial Cup

Spring is in full swing. The leaves on the trees are coming out; the flowers are in full bloom... Normally I’d be ignoring all of this as I sit in front of my computer watching the NHL playoffs. But with all the teams I decided to cheer for now out of the running (or never in the running to begin with), I’m not too interested in the NHL playoffs these days. Thankfully for me, the Memorial Cup is just around the corner.