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Road to the RBC Cup: Ontario Junior Hockey League
March 1, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
North East Conference
1) Trenton Golden Hawks vs. 8) Cobourg Cougars
2) Aurora Tigers vs. 7) Lindsay Muskies
3) Kingston Voyageurs vs. 6) Wellington Dukes
4) Whitby Fury vs. 5) Newmarket Hurricanes

South West Conference
1) Buffalo Jr. Sabres vs. 8) Burlington Cougars
2) St. Michael’s Buzzers vs. 7) Toronto Jr. Canadiens
3) Georgetown Raiders vs. 6) Toronto Lakeshore Patriots
4) North York Rangers vs. 5) Oakville Blades

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)

North East Conference
Trenton – 85 points (40-10-5)
Aurora – 70 points (32-17-6)
Kingston – 74 points (34-15-6)
Whitby – 67 points (31-19-5)
Newmarket – 65 points (29-19-7)
Wellington – 62 points (29-22-4)
Lindsay – 55 points (25-25-5)
Cobourg – 54 points (24-25-6)
Stouffville – 42 points (16-31-6)
Pickering – 31 points (13-37-5)

* North Division and East Division champions are top two seeds

South West Conference
Buffalo – 81 points (38-12-5)
St. Michael’s – 77 points (37-15-3)
Georgetown – 80 points (38-13-4)
North York – 74 points (33-14-8)
Oakville – 73 points (34-16-5)
Toronto Lakeshore – 73 points (34-16-5)
Toronto – 59 points (27-23-5)
Burlington – 53 points (25-27-3)
Mississauga – 48 points (22-29-4)
Milton – 47 points (19-27-9)
Orangeville – 39 points (18-34-3)
Hamilton – 11 points (5-49-1)

* South Division and West Division champions are top two seeds

LEADING SCORERS
Tyler Gjurich (Buffalo) – 53G 44A 97P
Jonah Renouf (Oakville) – 29G 65A 94P
Shane Bennett (Milton) – 45G 42A 87P
John Carpino (North York) – 42G 39A 81P
Alex Botten (Georgetown) – 22G 58A 80P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Charlie Finn (Kingston) – 25-10-4 8SO 2.15GAA .941SV%
Joseph Pianta (Toronto Lakeshore) – 22-7-4 4SO 2.18GAA .926SV%
Andrew Winsor (Trenton) – 20-3-1 2SO 2.22GAA .917SV%
Matthew Wintjes (Newmarket) – 19-10-3 4SO 2.31GAA .915SV%
Victor Adamo (Trenton) – 18-6-4 0SO 2.39GAA .917SV%

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2011 (Wellington Dukes – 4th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
24 (2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006 (host), 2005, 2004, 2003, 2001, 1999, 1998, 1996, 1986, 1985, 1985 (host), 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1980, 1979, 1975, 1972)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2007 (Aurora Tigers)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
5 (2007, Aurora Tigers; 2004, Aurora Tigers; 1983, North York Flyers; 1978, Guelph Platers; 1972, Guelph CMCs)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – TRENTON GOLDEN HAWKS
For the second year in a row the Golden Hawks took home the East Division championship, and added their first-ever OJHL regular season crown by finishing four points up on second-place Buffalo, helped by a six-game winning streak to close out their schedule. Trenton’s offence finished fourth with 228 goals, but it was scoring by committee for the Golden Hawks – eight players recorded at least 30 points, led by Jordan Minello’s 59, which was good for 22nd in the OJHL scoring race. On the defensive end, Trenton allowed just 134 goals, tied with Kingston for the league’s best mark. The Golden Hawks’ one-two punch in goal, Andrew Winsor and Victor Adamo, shared the netminding duties, finishing third and fifth, respectively, in goals-against average at 2.22 and 2.39, and both recorded at least 18 wins.  


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