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Road to the TELUS Cup: Ontario East Minor Hockey League
February 13, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
3) Upper Canada Cyclones vs. 6) Ottawa Senators
4) OHA Gold Mavericks vs. 5) Eastern Ontario Wild

BYES:
1) Ottawa Jr. 67’s
2) CIHA Voyageurs

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
Ottawa Jr. 67’s – 49 points (24-3-1)
CIHA – 36 points (16-8-4)
Upper Canada – 34 points (17-11-0)
OHA Gold – 33 points (14-9-5)
Eastern Ontario – 32 points (15-11-2)
Ottawa Senators – 31 points (14-11-3)
OHA Maroon – 5 points (2-25-1)
Ottawa Valley – 4 points (2-26-0)

LEADING SCORERS
Ryan Kuffner (Ottawa Jr. 67’s) – 27G 36A 63P
Nick Ford (CIHA) – 20G 30A 50P
Hugo Petit (CIHA) – 18G 16A 34P
Matthew Borkowski (Ottawa Senators) – 13G 19A 32P
Adam Baxter (Eastern Ontario) – 11G 21A 32P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE 
2008 (Ottawa Valley Titans – 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 – OTTAWA JR. 67’S
For each of the last four seasons the Jr. 67’s have reached the Central Regional, twice coming within just a single win of the TELUS Cup. After their regular season performance in the Ontario East Minor Hockey League, don’t be surprised if they make the short trip to Brockville, Ont., for this year’s regional in early April. Ottawa rolled to top spot in the OEMHL, finishing with an eight-game winning streak to sit 13 points up on second-place CIHA. The Jr. 67’s outscored the opposition by 76 goals, scoring the most goals (121) while allowing the least (a remarkable 45 in 28 games). Ryan Kuffner ran away with the OEMHL’s scoring title, racking up 63 points and ending the year with a comfortable 13-point advantage over second place, while netminder Simon Hofley was a perfect 19-0 – nine more wins than any other goaltender – with a league-leading 1.47.


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