EP Rinkside’s 3 Stars from Day 4 of the 2023 Memorial Cup
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia - The fourth day of the 103rd Memorial Cup brought the WHL champion Seattle Thunderbirds in a clash with the QMJHL champion Québec Remparts. Two undefeated clubs entered the Sandman Arena, but only one left with their record intact.
Tonight's #MemorialCup2023 matchup is a battle of some ridiculous heaters.— /Cam Robinson/ (@Hockey_Robinson) May 29, 2023
The Remparts are 40-6-0 over their last 46
The Thunderbirds are 41-8-0 over their last 49
Both are undefeated in the tournament. Only one will be so after tonight.
This was a battle of teams who are rolling in a way that we seldom see, even at the junior level. The Remparts came in sporting a sterling 40-6-0 record in their last 46 contests. Meanwhile. The Thunderbirds were 41-8-0 in their last 49 games. Needless to say, both of these clubs are firing on all cylinders.
Thunderbirds defender and Chicago Blackhawk prospect Kevin Korchinski recognizes the opportunity at hand. “It’s a really special tournament,” Korchinski said. “You don’t get many cracks at this tournament so you want to cherish it a
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