In the next game, the Buzzers found their form again and massacred the host Fort William North Stars 71, only to lose to the NOJHL's Sudbury Jr. Wolves 52. (**) denotes that the record is held only by a team that completed their season.

The Bramalea Blues defeated the Mississauga Chargers 64 in Mississauga.

The event was a learning experience for the Voyageurs who started off the event with a 50 loss to the host Victoria Grizzlies.

12. After winning the league championship, they won their way all the way to the Sutherland Cup final.

Already at 22 teams, the OPJHL was about to almost double in size.

Also attending from the OPJHL were the Cobourg Cougars as hosts and the Brampton Capitals as OPJHL finalists. However, no teams were added. The Tigers then beat the host Prince George Spruce Kings 6-3 and the AJHL's Camrose Kodiaks 74 to clinch first place in the round robin.

In their only year in the CJBHL they won the league championship and lost the Sutherland Cup final 4-games-to-1 with 1 tie to the Markham Waxers of the Metro League.

The summer of 1998 would change the face of Junior A hockey.

In 2007, the tournament was canceled as Newmarket wanted to focus their attention on hosting the Dudley Hewitt Cup that year.

As the 200910 season wore on, the Ontario Hockey Association presented the Tomorrow's Game plan.

They started out with a loss to the host Weyburn Red Wings, then beat the Central Junior A Hockey League's Hawkesbury Hawks 30. 18.

Unfortunately, the Derbys failed to win the semi-final against Yorkton, losing 21.

The league will now be known as the Ontario Junior Hockey League.

It all went downhill from there as the 87's then lost to the host Melfort Mustangs 113, the MJAHL's Moncton Beavers 43, and were defeated in the semi-final by Vernon 74. In 1968, their sister league, the Western Ontario Junior B Hockey League, went renegade and left the Ontario Hockey Association. From this point on, the two leagues have re-amalgamated for the 201011 season and have reduced the number of teams in competition by five, buying out or merging the Ajax Attack, Bowmanville Eagles, Bramalea Blues, Couchiching Terriers and Seguin Bruins. After losing their first game to the host Grande Prairie Storm 42, the Tiger went on a roll, beating the BCHL's Nanaimo Clippers 42, the SJHL's Kindersley Klippers 50, and the then Central Junior A Hockey League's Nepean Raiders 31.

In the semi-final, the Tigers played the Raiders again and beat them 72, then manhandled the Klippers 71 in the final to win the Royal Bank Cup.

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The 2003-04 Huntsville Wildcats are one of only two teams in OPJHL history to have folded mid-season.

The OPJHL still had a single hope left, the Streetsville Derbys were the hosts of the 2006 Royal Bank Cup in Brampton, Ontario. 31 GOJHL players participate in NHL Development Camps, Pair of GOJHL players receive Dairy Farmers of Ontario bursaries, RETURN TO NORMAL TIMELINE HIGHLIGHTS 2022 GOJHL AGM, 2022 Frank Santarossa Scholarship recipients announced, St. Catharines Falcons are 2022 Sutherland Cup Champions. The Cougars came up against the Stratford Cullitons of the Mid-Western League and were victorious, winning 8-points-to-4. At the Dudley, the Blades were perfect, defeating the SIJHL's Dryden Ice Dogs 51, the NOJHL's Sudbury Jr. Wolves 53, and the host Newmarket Hurricanes 52.

In the midst of perceived corruption by the league, five teams walked away from the Metro. Neither Burlington or Owen Sound managed to win the Sutherland Cup with their league championship, in fact only Owen Sound even made to the finals where they were swept by the St. Michael's Buzzers of the Metro Junior B Hockey League. The league dates back to 1954 as the Central Junior B Hockey League.

As approved by the OHA, the semi-autonomous Central Division Hockey pilot program began in 200809. Timmins Rock (NOJHL)

This swelled the league from 22 to 37 teams. The Burlington Mohawks were the only team to stay put.

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Woodstock took the first ever Central League crown as well as that year's Sutherland Cup as provincial champions. In 1954, a variety of teams from different leagues and Ontario Hockey Association junior groupings were put together in the Central Junior B Hockey League. The Oakville Blades then faced the CCHL's Newmarket Hurricanes for the 2010 Buckland Cup.

In 1978 the Mid-Ontario league folded, and Orillia Terriers, Thornhill Thunderbirds, the Barrie Colts, and Oak Ridges Dynes joined the Central League.

(Click to view team website), Buffalo Jr. Sabres (On leave of absence for 202021), CJHL TOP 20 RANKINGS (Final 21/22) The Bancroft Hawks (Quinte), Buffalo Lightning (Niagara), Caledon Canadians, Durham Huskies, Huntsville Wildcats, Markham Waxers, North York Rangers, Oshawa Legionaires, Pickering Panthers, Port Hope Buzzards, Shelburne Wolves, Syracuse Jr. Crunch, Thornhill Rattlers, Wellington Dukes, and Wexford Raiders[4][5] all made the jump to the OPJHL.

In the final of the Sutherland Cup, they met the Kitchener Dutchmen and swept them 4-games-to-none to win the Central League its third and final Sutherland Cup since 1971.

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The winner of the OJHL playoffs and Frank L. Buckland Trophy compete for the Dudley Hewitt Cup with the winners of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, Superior International Junior Hockey League and the host team.

In the first semi-final, Brampton defeated Cobourg 52, while Newmarket beat Thunder Bay 63.

They won the Central League championship, and were granted permission to compete in the Provincial Junior B playdowns. Kam River Fighting Walleye (SIJHL) The Buckland Cup was never technically the championship trophy of the OJHL, it was the championship of the Ontario Hockey Association and in 1998-99 the OPJHL became the only Jr. A league in the OHA.

None of these championships transpired into a Sutherland Cup. In the semi-final, St. Mike's defeated Fort William 62, only to be defeated 31 in the final.

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Hearst Lumberjacks (NOJHL) From 1998 until 2009, the league champion has been awarded the Frank L. Buckland Trophy. 19. A year later, the Derbys failed to get out of their league.

They defeated the Central Junior A Hockey League's Brockville Braves 52, but lost to the host Nanaimo Clippers 62, SJHL's Weyburn Red Wings 62, and the South Surrey Eagles 3-0 and again in the semi-final 62.

The exception to this is the Buffalo Jr. Sabres located in the American state of New York.

The West Division Champion Newmarket Hurricanes defeated the East Division Champion Bowmanville Eagles 4-games-to-2 in the CCHL final to win their first and what will be the only CCHL Championship.

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marlboros hockeydb standings oha ohl The 198081 season had a team other than the Derbys show dominance, as the Burlington Cougars won the Central League championship. In 198586, the Derbys dominated the Central League again and won their third title in four years. Humboldt Broncos (SJHL) 16.

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The other competitors were the Metro's Wexford Raiders and the NOJHL's Powassan Hawks.

Much change happened in the summer of 1971.

In the semi-final, the Tiger ended up defeating the only team they lost to in the tournament, Pembroke, 32 in overtime. The Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) is a Junior A ice hockey league in Ontario, Canada.

Since 2009, the Ontario Junior Hockey League has retracted in size down to 22 teams as of 2015 after a series of buyouts from the league and mergers.

The Otters went as far as hosting the Dudley-Hewitt Cup, and playing in the final losing to the Wellington Dukes, while the Vipers were improving and being one of the top teams, and the Capitals went out of business.

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In 1993, the Central Junior B Hockey League was promoted to the Junior A level and renamed the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. In return, the Central League gained many teams from the Mid-Ontario Junior B Hockey League, like the Oakville Blades, Milton Flyers, Hespeler Shamrocks and Streetsville Derbys. Estevan Bruins (SJHL) The OHA & GOJHL announce partnership with Lipsweater, 2022 Sutherland Cup Final Schedule Announced, May 21st Game Postponed Due to Power Outage.

In 1996, The Newmarket 87's were OPJHL champions.

After defeating the SIJHL's Fort Frances Borderland Thunder 71, they lost to the NOJHL's North Bay Skyhawks 21.

The summer of 2008 brought much change to the OPJHL.



A season before, a sign that this might happen occurred when the 1997 Metro Champion Aurora Tigers defected prior to the 199798 season.

From the 198788 season until the 198990 season, the Barrie Colts dominated the league with three straight championships. The Tigers then flew out to Grande Prairie, Alberta to compete in the Royal Bank Cup 2004.

The first ever OPJHL champion was the Orillia Terriers in 1994. Bolded are the overall playoff champions, Italicized are the runner-up and fellow conference champion. From 1955 until 1964, the Waterloo Siskins won the league six out of nine seasons, losing out to Burlington in 1957 and 1958 and the Owen Sound Greys in 1961. In 1962, they defeated the St. Thomas Elgins of the Western Junior B League 4-games-to-1 and in 1964 they defeated Weston of the Metro League 4-games-to-1 to claim another crown.

The Dudley proved to be little challenge for the Tigers, as they defeated the NOJHL's Soo Indians 41, the SIJHL's Schreiber Diesels 63, and the host Abitibi Eskimos 70, before crushing Schreiber 100 in the Central Championship final.

They then lost to the Central Junior A Hockey League's Pembroke Lumber Kings 53.

They then were upset by the SIJHL champion Fort William North Stars 10.

This chart shows all divisional playoff champions since the inception of the league in 1992.

They also gained the Dundas Blues and the Brampton Vic Woods. In 2008, the tournament was turned strictly into a 2-game a team showcase for teams from Central Division Hockey, killing the tournament format.

From the 198283 season until the 198586 season, the Streetsville Derbys celebrated another period of dominance. They again drew Camrose in the semi-final and were walloped 82 to end their season. Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL) The 2008 league champions were an exciting Oakville Blades team that had a great regular season and dominated the Buckland Cup playoffs.

In the semi-final, Newmarket defeated Dryden again 2-1 and in the final Oakville finished off Newmarket's season with a 63 victory.

This results in a rematch of the OPJHL final in the Dudley Hewitt Cup final.

The OPJHL Showcase Tournament was an annual event ran between Christmas and New Years in Newmarket, Ontario, hosted by the Newmarket Hurricanes. MAILING ADDRESS

The two leagues put aside their differences and appealed the move by the OHA to the Ontario Hockey Federation, who sided with the leagues. In 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1968, the Greenshirts were Central League champions.

The 1993 playoff run, aided by their Junior A status, was the final and most successful Provincial Jr. B playoff run of any Central League champion in at least twelve years.

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In this span, the Derbys won the League title five straight times, made the Ontario finals three times, and won the Sutherland Cup once. By early 2010, the two leagues merged to reform the Ontario Junior Hockey League.

It is under the supervision of the Ontario Hockey Association and the Canadian Junior Hockey League.

This marked the first national championship in the OPJHL's 11-year history.

In 1960, the Siskins defeated the Marlboros of the Metro League 4-games-to-2 with 1 tie to win the provincial crown. Please note: In 2009-10, there are two bolded league champions, this is due to a schism in the league that season. The Central Division playoffs was won by Wellington, but they were eliminated by the MacKinnon Division champion and defending league champion Oakville Blades in a controversial series that went to a seventh game.

Cobourg lost to the Thunder Bay Flyers 53, defeated the Rayside-Balfour Sabrecats 53, before losing to both Newmarket and Brampton.

Despite the retraction in league size and an increase in overall league talent, the league's teams have suffered at the gate[9][10] and some teams have been forced to charge player fees.

First and last place in the division was the least spread out of all four divisions, the top six of eight teams all had even or winning records, the Markham Waxers and Wellington Dukes race for first place lasted until the final game of the season, as did the race for third between the Hamilton Red Wings, Newmarket Hurricanes, and Toronto Jr. Canadiens.

In the final, the Voyageurs defeated a fatigued and fresh off a slim semi-final victory North Stars 41 to win the Central Canada crown.

Summerside Western Capitals (MHL) This is a list of divisional regular season champions and their point totals, bolded are the overall league regular season champions. 2022 GOJHL | Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League. As well, the member teams would operate at a higher budget and completely partitioned from the rest of the OPJHL until the league semi-final.

A new and thought to be final chapter in the OJHL saga opened in April 2009. During that streak, the Waterloo Siskins won the Sutherland Cup four times.

In the final, the Derbys met the St. Catharines Falcons of the Golden Horseshoe Junior B Hockey League and defeated them 4-games-to-none to finally win a provincial title. [6] This loss cost the Blades as they traveled to Cornwall, Ontario for the 2008 Royal Bank Cup. In the semi-final, they defeated the Borderland Thunder 4-2 and then defeated North Bay 40 in the final to win the Central Canadian crown.

The trend continued in the summer of 2011, as the Streetsville Derbys merged to leave the league and the Collingwood Blackhawks, Dixie Beehives, and Orangeville Flyers all ceased operations.

The Metro Junior A Hockey League closed its doors after over half a century of action at the Junior A and B levels.

In the final, they lost to the Stratford Cullitons of the Waterloo-Wellington Junior B Hockey League 4-games-to-2.

They folded with record of 0-23-0-0 and hold the record for worst winning percentage of all-time. marlboros sportslogos

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