2010 Allan Cup

The 2010 Allan Cup is the 2010 edition of the Canadian National Championship of Senior ice hockey. This tournament will mark the 102nd year that the Allan Cup has been awarded. The 2010 tournament was hosted by the City of Fort St. John, British Columbia and the Fort St. John Flyers.[1]

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Host of 2010 Allan Cup.
12-3-2-1 Record in North Peace Hockey League (First in West Division).
Did not participate in BC Sr. “AAA” Playdowns.
Only Sr. “AAA” team East of Ontario.
16-6-0-2 Record in West Coast Senior Hockey League (First Overall).
Defeated Corner Brook Royals 4-0, Defeated Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts 4-2 to win WCSHL Playoffs.
Defeated Conception Bay North CeeBee Stars 4-1 to win Herder Memorial Trophy.
19-1-0-0 Record in Chinook Hockey League (First Overall).
Defeated Stony Plain Eagles 2-1, Defeated Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs 2-1 to win ChHL Championship.
Defeated Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs 4-1 for Alberta “AAA” Championship.
2009 Allan Cup Champions.
Played independent schedule in both Sr. “AAA” and “AA”.
Won Coy Cup BC Sr. “AA” tournament with 3-2 win over Mid-Island Blazers.
Defeated Whitehorse Huskies 3-0 to win Pacific Seed.
Played independent schedule.
Defeated Steinbach North Stars 3-1 for Pattison Cup, Defeated Lloydminster Border Kings 3-1 for Rathgaber Cup.
2009 Allan Cup finalists.
19-3-0-2 Record in Major League Hockey (First Overall).
Finished second in playoff round robin (5-3), Defeated Whitby Dunlops 4-1 to win Robertson Cup.
Defeated Kenora Thistles 2-0 to win Renwick Cup as Central Canada Champions.

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