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Pressing Pause: 2018 PlayStation Platinum Cup Recap

In-between games of NHL 19 and meeting Toronto Maple Leafs alumni, teams participating in the 2018 PlayStation Platinum Cup found the time to squeeze in some on-ice competition. Twenty-four teams started the tournament, but only three could go home as PlayStation Platinum Cup champions.

Atom A
After only recording two regular-season losses, the Riverside Rangers came up just short against the Markham Waxers in the Atom A gold medal game. With a round-robin record of 2-1-0, the Waxers handed the undefeated Rangers their first loss of the tournament in a 3-2 victory, earning themselves a nice shiny gold medal.  

Gold: Markham Waxers
Silver: Riverside Rangers
Bronze: Quinte West Hawks

Wendel Clark answers questions from players participating in the PlayStation Platinum Cup.
Wendel Clark answers questions from players participating in the PlayStation Platinum Cup.

Atom AA
Finishing the round-robin without a win, the Mississauga Jets flew through the elimination rounds with ease, scoring a spot in the gold medal final against the undefeated Eastern Ontario Cobras. The Cobras would end the tournament with a gold medal and an undefeated record.

Gold: Eastern Ontario Cobras
Silver: Mississauga Jets
Bronze: North Toronto

Former Toronto Maple Leaf Shayne Corson signs autographs for players.
Former Toronto Maple Leaf Shayne Corson signs autographs for players.

Atom AAA
Headed into the tournament on a five-game winning streak, the Vaughan Kings were the only team to record three straight wins in round-robin play. The Kings continued their dominance into the elimination rounds, defeating the Whitby Wildcats in the gold medal matchup.

Gold: Vaughan Kings
Silver: Whitby Wildcats
Bronze: Halton Hurricanes

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