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Road to the RBC Cup: Ontario Junior Hockey League
February 25, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
North East Conference
1) Kingston Voyageurs vs. 8) Pickering Panthers
2) Aurora Tigers vs. 7) Newmarket Hurricanes
3) Whitby Fury vs. 6) Trenton Golden Hawks
4) Cobourg Cougars vs. 5) Wellington Dukes

South West Conference
1) Toronto Lakeshore Patriots vs. 8) Toronto Jr. Canadiens
2) Buffalo Jr. Sabres vs. 7) Mississauga Chargers
3) Georgetown Raiders vs. 6) Milton Icehawks
4) North York Rangers vs. 5) St. Michael’s Buzzers

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
North East Conference
Kingston – 81 points (39-11-3)
Aurora – 79 points (38-12-3)
Whitby – 74 points (35-14-4)
Cobourg – 74 points (34-13-6)
Wellington – 72 points (33-14-6)
Trenton – 70 points (34-17-2)
Newmarket – 52 points (25-26-2)
Pickering – 50 points (22-25-6)
Lindsay – 45 points (19-27-7)
Stouffville – 42 points (19-30-4)

South West Conference
Toronto Lakeshore – 76 points (35-12-6)
Buffalo – 68 points (31-16-6)
Georgetown – 64 points (31-20-2)
North York – 64 points (29-18-6)
St. Michael’s – 61 points (27-19-7)
Milton – 61 points (29-21-3)
Mississauga – 52 points (25-26-2)
Toronto – 50 points (23-26-4)
Oakville – 50 points (23-26-4)
Hamilton – 40 points (18-31-4)
Burlington – 26 points (10-37-6)
Orangeville – 11 points (4-46-3)

* Toronto beat Oakville 6-5 in overtime in one-game playoff for final playoff spot

LEADING SCORERS
Taylor Best (Whitby) – 37G 53A 90P
Steve Hladin (Georgetown) – 38G 45A 83P
Pat Egan (Buffalo) – 31G 47A 78P
Shane Bennett (Milton) – 36G 41A 77P
Liam Kerins (North York) – 37G 37A 74P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Kevin Entmaa (Aurora) – 28-5-0 2.16GAA .925SV% 5SO
Andy Munroe (Aurora) – 10-7-3 2.24GAA .916SV% 1SO
Nathan Perry (Cobourg) – 26-10-2 2.28GAA .923SV% 2SO
Tyson Teichmann (Wellington) – 13-7-5 2.53GAA .925SV% 1SO
Alex Brooks-Potts (Kingston) – 26-7-2 2.54GAA .923SV% 2SO

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 – KINGSTON VOYAGEURS
For the first time since their OJAHL championship in 2009-10, the Voyageurs finished the regular season atop the standings, edging out the Aurora Tigers by just two points for the North East Conference and OJHL titles. Kingston didn’t top the league in any major team category (power play – seventh; penalty kill – 16th; goals for – fifth; goals against – third), but they were the OJHL’s best team on home ice, winning 22 of 27 games at the Invista Centre, including its last 10 in a row, the league’s longest home-ice winning streak of the season. The Voyageurs spread around the scoring with just three players in the top 20 of OJHL scoring, led by Alex Tonge (sixth with 72 points), but four players averaged at least a point a game, and eight reached double-digits in goals. Alex Brooks-Potts saw the majority of the minutes in the Kingston goal, finishing in the top five in wins (tied for second, 26), goals-against average (fifth, 2.54) and save percentage (tied for fourth, .923).

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