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This is the 1963-64 season of the Ontario Hockey Association's Junior A series:


NotesEdit

The Metro Toronto Junior A League folded and the Toronto Marlboros and Oshawa Generals joined this league. The Oshawa Generals played in Bowmanville since they had no arena in Oshawa.

The Toronto Maple Leafs, the Marlboros' parent team, had applied for an expansion franchise in London. The OHA refused but the Marlboros played two home games in London. The Toronto Marlboros were made up of the best players from the Metro Toronto Junior A League and ran away with the league.

StandingsEdit

Regular Season GP W L T GF GA Pts
Toronto Marlboros 56 40 9 7 336 195 87
Montreal Junior Canadiens 56 35 16 5 289 188 75
St. Catharines Black Hawks 56 29 20 7 244 215 65
Niagara Falls Flyers 56 26 22 8 207 178 60
Peterborough Petes 56 24 25 7 176 200 55
Oshawa Generals 56 22 28 6 236 246 50
Hamilton Red Wings 56 11 35 10 193 285 32
Kitchener Rangers 56 9 41 6 192 316 24



PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 10 Montreal 8 Peterborough 1 Montreal
March 12 Montreal 6 Peterborough 3 Peterborough
March 15 Montreal 6 Peterborough 4 Montreal
March 17 Peterborough 6 Montreal 2 Peterborough
March 19 Montreal 8 Peterborough 2 Montreal

Montreal Junior Canadiens beat Peterborough Petes 4 wins to 1.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 10 St Catharines 4 Oshawa 1 St Catharines
March 12 Oshawa 8 St Catharines 5 Bowmanville
March 15 St Catharines 7 Oshawa 4 St Catharines
March 17 Oshawa 6 St Catharines 2 Bowmanville
March 19 St Catharines 3 Oshawa 0 St Catharines
March 21 St Catharines 7 Oshawa 5 Bowmanville

St. Catharines Black Hawks beat Oshawa Generals 4 wins to 2.

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 13 Toronto 5 Niagara Falls 2 Niagara Falls
March 15 Toronto 6 Niagara Falls 2 Toronto
March 20 Toronto 9 Niagara Falls 0 Niagara Falls
March 22 Toronto 6 Niagara Falls 3 Toronto

Toronto Marlboros beat Niagara Falls Flyers 4 wins to none.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 22 Montreal 4 St Catharines 2 Montreal
March 24 Montreal 7 St Catharines 2 Montreal
March 27 St Catharines 6 Montreal 3 St Catharines
March 29 Montreal 5 St Catharines 3 Montreal
April 1 St Catharines 5 Montreal 5 St Catharines
April 4 Montreal 6 St Catharines 4 Montreal

Montreal Junior Canadiens beat St. Catharines Black Hawks 4 wins to 1, 1 tie.

FinalEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
April 5 Montreal 5 Toronto 5 Montreal
April 8 Toronto 5 Montreal 3 Montreal
April 10 Toronto 6 Montreal 3 Toronto
April 12 Toronto 6 Montreal 4 Toronto
April 13 Toronto 6 Montreal 4 Toronto

Toronto Marlboros beat Montreal Junior Canadiens 4 wins to none, 1 tie.

Toronto Marlboros advanced to the 1963-64 Eastern Canada Memorial Cup Playoffs.

All-Star TeamsEdit

Unofficial - chosen by league coaches.

First TeamEdit


Second TeamEdit



Top 10 ScorersEdit

Top 10 Scorers Team GP G A Pts
Andre Boudrias Montreal Junior Canadiens 55 38 97 135
Yvan Cournoyer Montreal Junior Canadiens 53 63 48 111
Fred Stanfield St. Catharines Black Hawks 56 34 75 109
Pete Stemkowski Toronto Marlboros 51 42 61 103
Ron Buchanan Oshawa Generals 56 52 47 99
Dennis Hull St. Catharines Black Hawks 55 48 49 97
Mike Walton Toronto Marlboros 53 41 51 92
Ken Hodge St. Catharines Black Hawks 56 37 51 88
Ron Ellis Toronto Marlboros 54 46 38 84
Danny O'Shea Oshawa Generals 55 30 49 79



NHL AffiliationsEdit



Team PhotosEdit

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See AlsoEdit

List of OHA Junior A Seasons

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