2004 Memorial Cup

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The Memorial Cup 2004 was the 86th edition of the tournament the same name. Participating teams were the champions of their respective leagues, the Guelph Storm ( Ontario Hockey League), the Gatineau Olympiques (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League), the Medicine Hat Tigers ( Western Hockey League) and the automatically qualified as host Kelowna Rockets of the Western Hockey League. The tournament took place from 15 to 23 May at Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia instead. The tournament was broadcast nationally on Rogers Sportsnet in Canada on television.

The Kelowna Rockets won by a final victory against the Gatineau Olympiques their first Memorial Cup.

  • 3.1 Memorial Cup winner
  • 3.2 Best Scorer
  • 3.3 Best Goalkeeper
  • 3.4 Awards 3.4.1 Players Trophies
  • 3.4.2 All- Star team

Leagues play -offs


Group stage

Final Table

Abbreviations: Pl = Place, Sp = Matches, W = Wins, L = Losses, Pts = Points, Diff. = Goal Difference Notes: Qualified for the finals, qualified for the semi-finals




Memorial Cup winner

Goalkeepers: Kelly Guard, Derek Yeomans

Defender: Mike Card, Kyle Cumiskey, Darren Deschamps, Brett Palin, Kevin Reinholt, Stewart Thiessen, Shea Weber

Attacker: Michal Blanár, Troy Bodie, Blake Comeau, Simon Ferguson, Randall Gelech, Brent Howarth, Justin Keller, DJ King, Tyler Mosienko, Cam Paddock, Chris Ray, Tyler Spurgeon, Patrik Valčák, Nolan Waker

Head Coach: Marc Habscheid General Manager: Bruce Hamilton

Best Scorer

Note: GP = Games, B = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points, PIM = Penalty minutes

Best Goalkeeper

Note: GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, GA = Goals against, SO = shutouts, GAA = Gegentorschnitt, Sv % = Shots held (in%), SO = shutouts, TOI = Ice Age ( in minutes)


Player Trophies

All- Star team