|National Junior A Championship|
|Dates||May 10, 2014 – May 18, 2014|
|Venue(s)||Kal Tire Place in Vernon, British Columbia|
|Champions||Yorkton Terriers (1st title)|
|Runner-up||Carleton Place Canadians|
|Scoring leader(s)||Colton Sparrow (Vernon)|
|MVP||Mike Stiliadis (Dauphin)|
The 2014 Royal Bank Cup was the 44th Junior "A" ice hockey National Championship for the Canadian Junior Hockey League. The 2014 Royal Bank Cup marked the 44th consecutive year a national championship has been awarded to this skill level since the breakaway of Major Junior hockey in 1970.
- Vernon Vipers (Host)
- Regular Season: 30-18-4-6 (7th BCHL)
- Playoffs: Defeated West Kelowna (4-2), Defeated Penticton (4-3), 1st in Semi-final Round Robin (2-0), Lost to Coquitlam (0-4) in league final.
- Regular Season: 54-6-1-1 (1st CCHL)
- Playoffs: Defeated Kemptville (4-0), Defeated Pembroke (4-3), Defeated Smiths Falls (4-1) to win league, Won Fred Page Cup (4-0)
- Regular Season: 37-12-0-7 (1st SJHL)
- Playoffs: Defeated Notre Dame (4-1), Defeated Humboldt (4-1), Defeated Melville (4-0) to win league, Won Western Canada Cup (3-2).
- Regular Season: 40-17-0-3 (3rd MJHL)
- Playoffs: Defeated OCN (4-0), Defeated Virden (4-0), Lost to Winnipeg (1-4) in league final, Runner-up at Western Canada Cup (4-2).
- Regular Season: 35-12-0-6 (3rd OJHL)
- Playoffs: Defeated Toronto (4-0), Defeated North York (4-1), Defeated Georgetown (4-0), Defeated Aurora (4-2) to win league, Won Dudley Hewitt Cup (4-1).
(x-) Denotes semi-final berth.
Schedule & Results
All games played in Vernon, BC.
- Roland Mercier Trophy (Tournament MVP): Mike Stiliadis (Dauphin)
- Top Forward: Colton Sparrow (Vernon)
- Top Defencemen: Mike Praps (Toronto Lakeshore)
- Top Goaltender: Mike Stiliadis (Dauphin)
- Tubby Smaltz Trophy (Sportsmanship): Brett D'Andrea (Carleton Place)
- Top Scorer: Colton Sparrow (Vernon)
Roll of League Champions
- AJHL: Spruce Grove Saints
- BCHL: Coquitlam Express
- CCHL: Carleton Place Canadians
- MHL: Truro Bearcats
- MJHL: Winnipeg Blues
- NOJHL: Kirkland Lake Gold Miners
- OJHL: Toronto Lakeshore Patriots
- QJAAAHL: Granby Inouk
- SJHL: Yorkton Terriers
- SIJHL: Fort Frances Lakers
- "The Official Website of Hockey Canada". Hockeycanada.ca. Retrieved 2013-07-25.