Road to the 2017 RBC Cup
Ontario Junior Hockey League
Jason La Rose
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March 1, 2017
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
North East Conference
1) Trenton Golden Hawks vs. 8) Newmarket Hurricanes
2) Markham Royals vs. 7) Stouffville Spirit
3) Cobourg Cougars vs. 6) Kingston Voyageurs
4) Whitby Fury vs. 5) Wellington Dukes

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

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T-OTL)
North Division
Markham – 64 points (30-20-1-3)
Stouffville – 62 points (28-20-3-3)
Newmarket – 50 points (22-26-2-4)
Lindsay – 32 points (14-26-0-4)
Aurora – 24 points (9-39-2-4)
Pickering – 21 points (9-42-1-2)

East Division
Trenton – 87 points (42-9-2-1)
Cobourg – 82 points (39-11-0-4)
Whitby – 81 points (38-11-1-4)
Wellington – 66 points (31-19-1-3)
Kingston – 66 points (28-16-3-7)

South Division
Oakville – 73 points (33-14-0-7)
St. Michael’s – 63 points (28-19-0-7)
Toronto Jr. Canadiens – 62 points (28-20-2-4)
Toronto Patriots – 60 points (29-23-0-2)
North York – 56 points (26-24-1-3)
Mississauga – 36 points (16-34-2-2)

West Division
Georgetown – 94 points (45-5-2-2)
Burlington – 83 points (40-11-3-0)
Buffalo – 50 points (23-27-1-3)
Orangeville – 38 points (17-33-1-3)
Milton – 10 points (4-48-1-1)

LEADING SCORERS
Jack Jacome (Georgetown) – 34G 57A 91P
Brayden Stortz (Wellington) – 37G 53A 90P
Nik Coric (Whitby) – 23G 56A 79P
Nic Mucci (Wellington) – 29G 47A 76P
Cameron Wright (St. Michael’s) – 35G 38A 73P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Stefano Durante (Cobourg) – 24-6-0, 1.92 GAA, .930 SV%, 5 SO
Josh Astorino (Georgetown) – 28-3-2, 1.93 GAA, .936 SV%, 2 SO
Chris Janzen (Trenton) – 33-6-2, 1.98 GAA, .927 SV%, 4 SO
Connor Ryckman (Wellington) – 27-18-1, 2.41 GAA, .929 SV%, 0 SO
Jett Alexander (North York) – 13-6-1, 2.49 GAA, .914 SV%, 4 SO

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2016 (Trenton Golden Hawks – third place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
26 (2016, 2014, 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 – GEORGETOWN RAIDERS
For the second time in franchise history, and first time since 2008-09, the Georgetown Raiders are regular-season champions of the OJHL, riding an early-season winning streak to first place. Sitting at 3-2 after a Sept. 22 loss to Whitby, the Raiders did not drop another game until Nov. 20, rolling through 19 consecutive wins. Georgetown also had an 11-game run from Dec. 17-Jan. 23, and dropped just three points on home ice, finishing 26-1-1 as the host. The Raiders dominated at both ends of the rink, leading the OJHL in goals scored (258) and goals against (103), for a ridiculous +155 goal differential. Jack Jacome led the offence, claiming the league scoring title with 91 points, the last coming on a goal with 29 seconds left in the season finale to give him sole possession of top spot. Josh Astorino carried the load in goal, leading the OJHL in save percentage (.936) while finishing second in wins (28) and goals-against average (1.93).

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)
ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

 

Morgan Bell
Manager, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427 / 403-669-1261 (mobile)
mbell@hockeycanada.ca

 

Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
emadziya@hockeycanada.ca

 

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2017 U17: CZE 2 – CAN-W 1 (Bronze)
Toman and Teply scored the goals to give the Czechs the bronze medal.
2017 U17: USA 6 – CAN-R 4 (Gold Medal)
Hughes had four points to lead the U.S. to its fifth U17 gold medal.
2017 U17: RUS 5 – FIN 4 (5th Place)
Ilya Safonov and Egor Afansyev had a goal and an assist each, and the Russians earned fifth place.
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