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This is the 1963-64 season of the Ottawa-Hull & District Junior League:

The Ottawa Montagnards withdrew because the league would not subsidize their travel costs. Instead the Montagnards set up a new league.


StandingsEdit

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Hull Hawks 32 23 7 2 - - 48
Pembroke Ironmen 32 22 8 2 - - 46
Buckingham Beavers 32 20 11 1 - - 41
Cornwall Royals 32 16 14 2 - - 34
Ottawa Primrose 32 15 15 2 - - 32
Smiths Falls Bears 32 13 16 3 - - 29
Brockville Braves 32 11 20 1 - - 23
Renfrew Rams 32 9 21 2 - - 20
Hawkesbury Lions 32 4 21 7 - - 15



TrophiesEdit

  • Joseph Duhamel Trophy (Most Valuable Player): John McLennan, Ottawa
  • Presidents Trophy (Best Defenseman): Ron Reid, Brockville
  • Montreal Canadiens Trophy (Best Goalie): Brian Pappin, Pembroke
  • Dow Trophy (Leading Scorer): Gilles Roy, Hull
  • O'Keefe Trophy (Season Champion): Hull Hawks
  • Hiram-Walker Trophy (Playoff Champion): Ottawa Primrose



PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalsEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Hull 12 Ottawa 7 Hull
February 21 Ottawa 6 Hull 2 Ottawa
February 23 Ottawa 10 Hull 5 Hull
February 25 Ottawa 8 Hull 2 Hull
February 27 Hull 5 Ottawa 4 Hull
February 29 Ottawa 7 Hull 0 Ottawa

Ottawa Primrose beat Hull Hawks 4 wins to 2

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Smiths Falls 6 Pembroke 4 Pembroke
February 21 Smiths Falls 6 Pembroke 2 Smiths Falls
February 23 Pembroke 6 Smiths Falls 1 Pembroke
February 25 Pembroke 4 Smiths Falls 3 Smiths Falls
February 27 Pembroke 5 Smiths Falls 1 Smiths Falls
February 28 Smiths Falls 10 Pembroke 4
March 1 Pembroke 4 Smiths Falls 3 Pembroke

Pembroke Ironmen beat Smiths Falls Bears 4 wins to 3.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Buckingham 7 Brockville 5 Buckingham
February 21 Brockville 3 Buckingham 2 Brockville
February 23 Buckingham 6 Brockville 5 Buckingham
February 25 Buckingham 3 Brockville 0 Brockville
February 27 Brockville 4 Buckingham 1 Buckingham
February 29 Buckingham 4 Brockville 2 Buckingham

Buckingham Beavers beat Brockville Braves 4 wins to 2

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Cornwall 9 Arnprior 3 Cornwall
February 21 Cornwall 5 Arnprior 4 Arnprior
February 24 Cornwall 9 Arnprior 6 Cornwall
February 25 Cornwall 11 Arnprior 4 Arnprior

Cornwall Royals beat Renfrew Rams 4 wins to none.

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 3 Pembroke 7 Buckingham 5 Pembroke
March 5 Pembroke 4 Buckingham 2 Buckingham
March 8 Pembroke 10 Buckingham 2 Pembroke

Pembroke Ironmen beat Buckingham Beavers 3 wins to none.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 2 Ottawa 4 Cornwall 3 Ottawa
March 5 Ottawa 5 Cornwall 3 Cornwall
March 7 Cornwall 9 Ottawa 3 Ottawa
March 8 Cornwall 8 Ottawa 3 Cornwall
March 11 Ottawa 8 Cornwall 3 Cornwall

Ottawa Primrose beat Cornwall Royals 3 wins to 2.

FinalEdit

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 13 Ottawa 6 Pembroke 2 Ottawa
March 15 Ottawa 7 Pembroke 6 Pembroke
March 17 Pembroke 8 Ottawa 6
March 19 Ottawa 3 Pembroke 1
March 20 Pembroke 16 Ottawa 1
March 22 Pembroke 7 Ottawa 3
March 24 Ottawa 8 Pembroke 5

Ottawa Primrose beat Pembroke Ironmen 4 wins to 3.

Ottawa Primrose advanced to the 1963-64 Ottawa District Junior Playoffs.

Photo GalleryEdit



See AlsoEdit

List of CJHL Seasons

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