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The 1996-97 Metro Junior A Hockey League standings. The leagues operated independent of the Ontario Hockey Association.

HistoryEdit

Ryan Venturelli of the Muskoka Bears becomes the first known goaltender to score twice in a game in a 11-6 route of the Durham Huskies.[1]

StandingsEdit

Team                          GP  W   L   T  GF   GA   P
Western
Aurora Tigers                 50  42  5   3  342  138  87
Caledon Canadians             50  41  7   2  318  145  84
Muskoka Bears                 50  14  34  2  200  298  30
Durham Huskies                50  13  37  0  201  317  26
Shelburne Wolves              50  10  37  3  213  348  23
Central
Wexford Raiders               50  38  7   5  285  185  81
Thornhill Islanders           50  29  17  4  279  195  62
Markham Waxers                50  27  19  4  246  221  58
Niagara Scenic                50  17  26  7  230  262  41
North York Rangers            50  12  33  5  248  341  29
Eastern
Pickering Panthers            50  34  12  4  232  163  72
Quinte Hawks                  50  34  13  3  280  143  71
Wellington Dukes              50  21  26  3  212  224  45
Oshawa Legionaires            50  20  30  0  231  292  40
Port Hope Buzzards            50  13  35  2  162  269  28
Syracuse Jr. Crunch           50  10  37  3  220  358  23

PlayoffsEdit

Division Semi-final

Wexford Raiders defeated Niagara Scenic 4-games-to-none
Thornhill Islanders defeated Markham Waxers 4-games-to-3
Pickering Panthers defeated Oshawa Legionaires 4-games-to-2
Quinte Hawks defeated Wellington Dukes 4-games-to-1
Aurora Tigers defeated Durham Huskies 4-games-to-none
Caledon Canadians defeated Muskoka Bears 4-games-to-none

Interdivision Round Robin

Team                    Record   GF   GA
Wexford Raiders         4-2-0    39   31
Aurora Tigers           4-2-0    23   18
Quinte Hawks            4-2-0    29   22
Caledon Canadians       3-2-1    37   18
Thornhill Islanders     2-4-0    24   31
Pickering Panthers      0-5-1    14   46

Semi-final

Caledon Canadians defeated Wexford Raiders 4-games-to-none
Aurora Tigers defeated Quinte Hawks 4-games-to-2

Final

Aurora Tigers defeated Caledon Canadians 4-games-to-none

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