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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
East Division
1) Whitby Wildcats vs. 4) Oshawa Generals
2) Quinte Red Devils vs. 3) Clarington Toros

West Division
1) Markham Waxers vs. 4) Barrie Colts
2) South Central Coyotes vs. 3) York Simcoe Express

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
East Division
Whitby – 51 points (23-6-5)
Quinte – 39 points (14-9-11)
Clarington – 36 points (14-12-8)
Oshawa – 34 points (14-14-6)
Central Ontario – 22 points (7-19-8)
Kingston – 15 points (6-25-3)
Peterborough – 6 points (1-29-4)

West Division
Markham – 57 points (26-3-5)
South Central – 49 points (19-4-11)
York Simcoe – 46 points (19-7-8)
Barrie – 27 points (10-17-7)
Ajax/Pickering – 26 points (9-17-8)

LEADING SCORERS
Cam Palmer (Central Ontario) – 16G 19A 35P
Ryan Nichols (Oshawa) – 13G 22A 35P
Alex Miles (York Simcoe) – 20G 14A 34P
Brodie Myers (Whitby) – 24G 9A 33P
Taylor Gauld (Whitby) – 11G 21A 32P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
Oshawa Kiwanis (1988 – 4th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
1 (1988)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none (best finish: 4th place – Oshawa Kiwanis, 1988)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – MARKHAM WAXERS
If the last few months of the regular season are any indication, the Markham Waxers will be a force to be reckoned with in the ETA and OMHA playoffs. The Waxers finished the season on a 23-1-5 run, claiming first place by eight points over the South Central Coyotes in the West Division, and by six over Whitby in the overall standings. Markham had an impressive +58 goal differential, finishing second in the league with 109 goals scored, while leading the way with just 51 goals against in 34 games, nine less than second-place Whitby. Stefan Von Engelbrechten paced the Waxers offence with 28 points (17 goals, 11 assists) in 30 games, and goaltender Trent Kestin had an ETA-leading 20 wins.


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