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This is a list of Central Junior A Hockey League Standings for the 1998-99 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Robinson								
Hawkesbury Hawks            54    40   11   3   -    299   172    83
Cornwall Colts              54    31   19   4   -    227   201    66
Ottawa Jr. Senators         54    26   26   2   -    209   227    54
Cumberland Grads            54    18   33   3   -    194   270    39
Gloucester Rangers          54    7    43   4   -    149   287    18
Yzerman								
Brockville Braves           54    39   11   4   -    294   190    82
Kanata Lasers               54    30   17   7   -    254   229    67
Nepean Raiders              54    31   21   2   -    202   194    64
Smiths Falls Bears          54    28   20   6   -    202   220    62
Pembroke Lumber Kings       54    20   31   3   -    202   242    43

Leading ScorersEdit

1.Mathieu Ouelette, Hawk 52 36 65 101
2.Jason Hawes, Brock 52 23 77 100
3.Lucas Lawson, Kanata 52 41 52 93
4.Adam Tackaberry, Nep 53 28 50 78
5.Dan Dupuis, Brock 48 31 46 77
6.Benoit Gagnon, Hawk 41 26 50 76
7.Michel Paris, Ott 52 24 51 75
8.Guy Come, Brock 49 33 36 69
   Benois Cassan, Kanata 53 14 55 69
10.Miguel Lafleche, Hawk 45 29 37 66
    Doug Andress, Brock 51 23 43 66

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Pembroke Lumber Kings 4-games-to-none
Brockville Braves defeated Ottawa Jr. Senators 4-games-to-3
Nepean Raiders defeated Cornwall Colts 4-games-to-2
Kanata Valley Lasers defeated Smiths Falls Bears 4-games-to-1

Semi-final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Nepean Raiders 4-games-to-1
Brockville Braves defeated Kanata Valley Lasers 4-games-to-3

Final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Brockville Braves 4-games-to-2


Hawkesbury Hawks move on to 1999 Fred Page Cup.

SourcesEdit

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