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Major Midget League Championship

History of the Cromie Memorial Cup

The Cromie Memorial Cup, emblematic of the Midget AAA Amateur Hockey Championship in British Columbia, was donated by Don Cromie in memory of his late father Robert J. Cromie.  The Cromie family ran the Vancouver Sun for much of the 1900s, starting in 1917 when Robert rescued the paper from bankruptcy.  He ran the paper until his death in 1936, after which his sons Don, Peter and Samuel took over the family business.  As Vice President, Don sold the newspaper in 1964.  The Cromie family left a legend in Vancouver that transcended their era.

Merritt, the 1938 Midget AAA Provincial champion, was the first team to have their name engraved on the Cromie Memorial Cup.  When the BC Major Midget League formed in 2004, the Cromie Memorial Cup became the league's “Stanley Cup.” 

Today, the trophy has been presented 75 times, including the following 11 Major Midget League Champions:

Season Team
2015 - 2016 Valley West Hawks
2014 - 2015 Vancouver North East Chiefs
2013 - 2014 Okanagan Rockets
2012 - 2013 Vancouver North West Giants
2011 - 2012 Vancouver North West Giants
2010 - 2011 Vancouver North West Giants
2009 - 2010 Vancouver North West Giants
2008 - 2009 Vancouver North West Giants
2007 - 2008 Cariboo Cougars
2006 - 2007 Vancouver North West Giants
2005 - 2006 Okanagan Rockets
2004 - 2005 Thompson Blazers

TELUS Cup Representatives

The TELUS Cup is Canada's National Midget Championship, and features six (6) teams from across Canada - one (1) host team and five (5) regional representatives. Each year, the BC Major Midget League Champion has a three (3) game playoff against the Alberta AAA Midget Hockey League (AMHL) Champion for the right to represent the Pacific region at the TELUS Cup.

Season Team TELUS Cup Placement
2013 - 2014 Okanagan Rockets 3rd Place
2010 - 2011 Vancouver North West Giants 4th Place
2006 - 2007 Vancouver North West Giants 4th Place

All-Star Team

At the end of every regular season, one (1) goaltender, two (2) defenseman and three (3) forwards are selected to the BC Hockey Major Midget League All-Star Team. Players are selected based on votes from team coaches.

2015 - 2016 All-Star Team
Pos. Player Team
G Cole Demers Okanagan Rockets
D Jeremy Gervais Cariboo Cougars
D Carter Stephenson Vancouver North West Giants
F Ben Evanish Valley West Hawks
F Josh Latta Vancouver North West Giants
F James Malm Valley West Hawks
2014 - 2015 All-Star Team
Pos. Player Team
G Liam McCloskey Vancouver North East Chiefs
D Matt Barberis Valley West Hawks
D Callum Volpe Vancouver North East Chiefs
F James Malm Valley West Hawks
F Owen Seidel Greater Vancouver Canadians
F Caleb Fantillo Vancouver North East Chiefs
2013 - 2014 All-Star Team
G Jakob Severson Vancouver North East Chiefs
D Dante Fabbro Vancouver North West Giants
D Jordan Henderson Vancouver North East Chiefs
F Matt Bradley Valley West Hawks
F Liam Finlay Okanagan Rockets
F Tyson Jost Okanagan Rockets
2012 - 2013 All-Star Team
G Bo Didur Vancouver North West Giants
D Alex Gran Okanagan Rockets
D Ty Schultz Greater Vancouver Canadians
F Mathew Barzal Vancouver North East Chiefs
F Jarid Lukosevicius Vancouver North West Giants
F Liam Blackburn Cariboo Cougars
2011 - 2012 All-Star Team
G Braden Krogfoss Vancouver North West Giants
D Joseph Carvalho Vancouver North West Giants
D Jordan Klimek Valley West Hawks
F Parker Bowles Okanagan Rockets
F Jamie Waddington Vancouver North East Chiefs
F Adam Rockwood Vancouver North East Chiefs
2010 - 2011 All-Star Team
G Steve Myland Valley West Hawks
D Kyle Burroughs Valley West Hawks
D Kyle Becker Valley West Hawks
F Alex Kerfoot Vancouver North West Giants
F Sam Reinhart Vancouver North West Giants
F Nic Petan Greater Vancouver Canadians
2009 - 2010 All-Star Team
G Marcus Beesley Cariboo Cougars
D Max Mowat Okanagan Rockets
D Griffin Reinhart Vancouver North West Giants
F Steven Iacobellis Vancouver North West Giants
F Curtis Loik Vancouver North West Giants
F Evan Richardson North Island Silvertips
2008 - 2009 All-Star Team
G Brandon Glover South Island Thunderbirds
D Joey LaLeggia Vancouver North West Giants
D Tyler Wotherspoon Valley West Hawks
F Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Vancouver North West Giants
F Manraj Hayer Greater Vancouver Canadians
F Brett Bulmer Cariboo Cougars
2007 - 2008 All-Star Team
G Keith Hamilton Okanagan Rockets
D Joey Laleggia Vancouver North West Giants
D Liam Gorges Okanagan Rockets
F Ryan Aynsley Okanagan Rockets
F Brendan Gallagher Greater Vancouver Canadians
F Jordan Weal Vancouver North West Giants
2006 - 2007 All-Star Team
G Thomas Heemskerk Fraser Valley Bruins
D Stefan Elliot Vancouver North West Giants
D Matt Ridley Okanagan Rockets
F James Dobrowolski Okanagan Rockets
F Kellan Tochkin Fraser Valley Bruins
F Landon Ferraro Vancouver North West Giants
2005 - 2006 All-Star Team
G Martin Jones Vancouver North West Giants
D Mike Glaicar Thompson Blazers
D Riley McIntosh Vancouver North East Attack
F Jordan Hickmott Vancouver South East Flames
F Riley Nash Thompson Blazers
F Alex Rodgers Thompson Blazers

Coach of the Year

At the end of every regular season, one (1) coach is selected as the Major Midget League (MML) Coach of the Year:

Season Coach Team
2015 - 2016 Trevor Sprague Cariboo Cougars
2014 - 2015 Jamie Jackson Vancouver North East Chiefs
2013 - 2014 Tom Spencer Valley West Hawks
2012 - 2013 Clint Thornton Vancouver North West Giants
2011 - 2012 Todd Harkins Vancouver North West Giants
2010 - 2011 Ryan Weber/Rob Rogers Valley West Hawks
2009 - 2010 Trevor Sprague Cariboo Cougars
 

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