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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) OHA Gold Mavericks vs. 4) Ottawa Senators
2) Ottawa Jr. 67’s vs. 3) Outaouais Intrépide

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
OHA Gold – 53 points (24-3-5)
Ottawa Jr. 67’s – 49 points (24-7-1)
Outaouais – 43 points (19-8-5)
Ottawa Senators – 40 points (19-11-2)
Eastern Ontario – 33 points (14-13-5)
Upper Canada – 30 points (14-16-2)
CIHA – 22 points (9-19-4)
Ottawa Valley – 10 points (4-26-2)
OHA Maroon – 8 points (2-26-4)

LEADING SCORERS
Alex White (OHA Gold) – 26G 28A 54P
Maximilian Verroneau (Ottawa Jr. 67’s) – 19G 29A 48P
Colin Kruse (Ottawa Senators) – 24G 23A 47P
Liam Alcalde (OHA Gold) – 25G 20A 45P
Nathan Todd (Upper Canada) – 19G 25A 44P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
Ottawa Valley Titans (2008 – 6th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
2 (1984, 2008 (host))

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none (best finish: 5th place – Ottawa West Golden Knights, 1984)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – OHA GOLD MAVERICKS
One of two Ontario Hockey Academy teams competing in the OEMHL this season – the Maroon Mavericks finished in the league basement – OHA Gold used a 9-0-3 run over its last 12 games, and a 4-0 record against the second-place Ottawa Jr. 67’s, to finish with a four-point cushion atop the OEMHL standings, holding off the Jr. 67’s, who won their last 11 to keep pace. Alex White finished with league-leading totals of 25 goals and 54 points to pace an offence that racked up 144 goals in 32 games, 12 more than any other team, while goaltender Zach Fortin and his 1.78 GAA backstopped a defence that allowed just 71 goals, second in the league.


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