List of OPJHL Standings


List of OPJHL Standings

The following is a listing of Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League Standings. The OPJHL was founded in 1993, when the Central Junior B Hockey League was promoted to Tier II Junior A status to compete with the Metro Junior A Hockey League.

The OPJHL is currently Southern Ontario's only sanctioned Tier II Junior A league.

Related Articles::*OPJHL Standings (1972-1981):*OJHL Standings (1981-1987):*CJBHL Standings:*MetJHL Standings:*SOJAHL Standings

"Note: GP - Games Played, W - Wins, L - Losses, T - Ties, OTL - Overtime Losses, GF - Goals For, GA - Goals Against, P - Points."

1993-94

The Orillia Terriers won the 1994 Buckland Trophy as the first ever OPJHL Champions.

Playoffs

"OHA Championship":Newmarket 87's defeated Brampton Capitals "in round robin final"

1996-97

The Milton Merchants were the 1997 Buckland Trophy OPJHL Champions.

Playoffs

"Final":Bramalea Blues defeated Milton Merchants "4-games-to-2"

1999-00

The Brampton Capitals were the 2000 Buckland Trophy OPJHL Champions.

The St. Michael's Buzzers returned to the OPJHL after a two year hiatus. The Caledon Canadians folded before the season started, failing to make an arena agreement with the town of Caledon, Ontario. Also, the Shelburne Wolves folded. The Parry Sound Shamrocks jumped ship from the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The Crunch returned to Syracuse, New York.

Playoffs

"Final":Brampton Capitals defeated Wellington Dukes "4-games-to-2"

2002-03

The Wellington Dukes were the 2003 Buckland Trophy OPJHL Champions and won the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian Champions.

The Parry Sound Shamrocks folded.

Playoffs

"Divisional Quarter-final":Port Hope Predators defeated Lindsay Muskies "4-games-to-none":Wellington Dukes defeated Peterborough Stars "4-games-to-none":Trenton Sting defeated Bowmanville Eagles "4-games-to-2":Kingston Voyageurs defeated Cobourg Cougars "4-games-to-none":Aurora Tigers defeated Syracuse Jr. Crunch "4-games-to-1":Newmarket Hurricanes defeated Streetsville Derbys "4-games-to-none":Stouffville Spirit defeated Couchiching Terriers "4-games-to-2":Huntsville-Muskoka Otters defeated Collingwood Blues "4-games-to-1":Georgetown Raiders defeated Mississauga Chargers "4-games-to-none":Oakville Blades defeated Buffalo Jr. Sabres "4-games-to-none":Hamilton Red Wings defeated Brampton Capitals "4-games-to-3":Milton Icehawks defeated Burlington Cougars "4-games-to-1":Wexford Raiders defeated Oshawa Legionaires "4-games-to-none":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Thornhill Thunderbirds "4-games-to-none":North York Rangers defeated Vaughan Vipers "4-games-to-none":Markham Waxers defeated Pickering Panthers "4-games-to-2"

"Divisional Semi-final":Port Hope Predators defeated Trenton Sting "4-games-to-none":Wellington Dukes defeated Kingston Voyageurs "4-games-to-1":Aurora Tigers defeated Huntsville-Muskoka Otters "4-games-to-2":Newmarket Hurricanes defeated Stouffville Spirit "4-games-to-2":Georgetown Raiders defeated Milton Icehawks "4-games-to-1":Oakville Blades defeated Hamilton Red Wings "4-games-to-1":Wexford Raiders defeated Markham Waxers "4-games-to-1":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated North York Rangers "4-games-to-1"

"Divisional Final":Port Hope Predators defeated Wellington Dukes "4-games-to-1":Aurora Tigers defeated Newmarket Hurricanes "4-games-to-2":Georgetown Raiders defeated Oakville Blades "4-games-to-1":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Wexford Raiders "4-games-to-1"

"Semi-final":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Port Hope Predators "4-games-to-2":Georgetown Raiders defeated Aurora Tigers "4-games-to-3"

"Final":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Georgetown Raiders "4-games-to-2"

2005-06

The St. Michael's Buzzers were the 2006 Buckland Trophy OPJHL Champions.

The Seguin Bruins entered the OPJHL filling the spot left by the Parry Sound Shamrocks. The Oswego Admirals filled the spot left by the Syracuse Jr. Crunch. The Thornhill franchise became the Toronto Thunderbirds to attempt to broaden appeal. The Buffalo franchise signs a deal with the National Hockey League's Buffalo Sabres and changes its name to the Buffalo Jr. Sabres.

Playoffs

"Divisional Quarter-finals":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Ajax Attack "4-games-to-none":Stouffville Spirit defeated Cobourg Cougars "4-games-to-none":Markham Waxers defeated Durham Fury "4-games-to-none":Kingston Voyageurs defeated Peterborough Stars "4-games-to-1":Wellington Dukes defeated Trenton Sting "4-games-to-none":Oakville Blades defeated Mississauga Chargers "4-games-to-none":Hamilton Red Wings defeated Streetsville Derbys "4-games-to-none":Brampton Capitals defeated Milton Icehawks "4-games-to-1":Aurora Tigers defeated Buffalo Jr. Sabres "4-games-to-none":Bowmanville Eagles defeated Lindsay Muskies "4-games-to-1":Newmarket Hurricanes defeated Huntsville-Muskoka Otters "4-games-to-1":Pickering Panthers defeated Toronto Jr. Canadiens "4-games-to-3":Vaughan Vipers defeated North York Rangers "4-games-to-1":Port Hope Predators defeated Oswego Admirals "3-games-to-none":Collingwood Blues defeated Seguin Bruins "4-games-to-3":Georgetown Raiders defeated Burlington Cougars "4-games-to-2"

"Divisional Semi-final":Georgetown Raiders defeated Brampton Capitals "4-games-to-1":Stouffville Spirit defeated Collingwood Blues "4-games-to-none":Aurora Tigers defeated Newmarket Hurricanes "4-games-to-2":Kingston Voyageurs defeated Bowmanville Eagles "4-games-to-1":Wellington Dukes defeated Port Hope Predators "4-games-to-1":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Markham Waxers "4-games-to-3":Hamilton Red Wings defeated Oakville Blades "4-games-to-2":Pickering Panthers defeated Vaughan Vipers "4-games-to-3"

"Divisional Final":St. Michael's Buzzers defeated Pickering Panthers "4-games-to-none":Aurora Tigers defeated Stouffville Spirit "4-games-to-1":Wellington Dukes defeated Kingston Voyageurs "4-games-to-1":Hamilton Red Wings defeated Georgetown Raiders "4-games-to-none"

"Semi-final":Aurora Tigers defeated Hamilton Red Wings "4-games-to-1":Wellington Dukes defeated St. Michael's Buzzers "4-games-to-1"

"Final":Aurora Tigers defeated Wellington Dukes "4-games-to-1"

2007-08

At the end of the 2006-07 Season, the Trenton Sting were bought by a group from Belleville, Ontario and renamed the Quinte West Pack. The Oswego Admirals were bought by a group in Weston, Ontario, the have moved and been renamed the Toronto Dixie Beehives.


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