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This is a list of Central Junior A Hockey League Standings for the 2002-03 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Robinson								
Cumberland Grads            55    36   13   5   1    298   179    78
Cornwall Colts              55    31   12   11  1    275   194    74
Gloucester Rangers          55    27   15   11  2    246   210    67
Hawkesbury Hawks            55    26   17   10  2    223   218    64
Ottawa Jr. Senators         55    20   27   6   2    268   308    48
Yzerman								
Nepean Raiders              55    32   15   6   2    227   185    72
Brockville Braves           55    21   26   7   1    226   274    50
Kanata Stallions            55    18   24   9   4    216   253    49
Pembroke Lumber Kings       55    16   31   6   2    228   265    40
Smiths Falls Bears          55    9    37   7   2    196   317    27

Leading ScorersEdit

1.Andrew Schembri, Corn 48 50 63 113
2.Matt Verdone, Corn 55 39 71 110
3.Scott Champagne, Glou 55 51 57 108
4.Max Taylor, Cum 54 53 51 104
5.Troy Duncan, Ott 53 38 60 98
   Roman Srutek, Kan 55 32 66 98
7.Stephen Swan, Ott 51 29 68 97
8.Luc Mazerolle, Hawk 54 51 45 96
9.Alex Goupil, Ott 55 41 52 93
10.Andzej Sandrzyk, Nep 53 33 59 92

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Cumberland Grads defeated Kanata Stallions 4-games-to-none
Ottawa Jr. Senators defeated Cornwall Colts 4-games-to-1
Nepean Raiders defeated Brockville Braves 4-games-to-1
Gloucester Rangers defeated Hawkesbury Hawks 4-games-to-3

Semi-final

Ottawa Jr. Senators defeated Cumberland Grads 4-games-to-2
Nepean Raiders defeated Gloucester Rangers 4-games-to-3

Final

Nepean Raiders defeated Ottawa Jr. Senators 4-games-to-1
(2-3, 3-1, 6-3, 4-3, 2-1)


Nepean Raiders move on to the 2003 Fred Page Cup.

Team PhotosEdit

SourcesEdit

  • Chris Heisenberg
  • Andy Gallagher

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