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This is a list of Central Junior A Hockey League Standings for the 2004-05 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Robinson								
Cornwall Colts              57    34   17   3   3    238   186    74
Hawkesbury Hawks            57    28   19   3   7    228   187    66
Gloucester Rangers          57    24   26   1   6    194   204    55
Cumberland Grads            57    23   30   2   2    178   222    50
Ottawa Jr. Senators         57    20   25   4   8    166   231    42
Yzerman								
Nepean Raiders              57    42   9    3   3    225   131    90
Pembroke Lumber Kings       57    37   14   5   1    236   169    80
Brockville Braves           57    34   13   8   2    214   162    78
Kanata Stallions            57    16   28   6   7    174   222    45
Smiths Falls Bears          57    9    42   1   5    165   304    24

Leading ScorerEdit

1.Jason Walters, Pemb 57 26 73 99
2.Adam Rhymer, Pemb 57 28 63 91
3.Chris Trafford, Kan 57 41 39 80
4.Kyle Allard, Pemb 54 37 36 73
5.Martin Beaulne, Hawk 54 27 45 72
   Brock McBride, Corn 57 27 45 72
7.Dmitri Toupikov, Corn 52 33 35 68
8.Alexandre Lacombe, Glou 57 22 46 68
   Paulo Bottaglio, Glou 55 21 47 68
10.Ryan Lasch, Pemb 50 27 39 66

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Cornwall Colts defeated Ottawa Jr. Senators 4-games-to-1
Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Gloucester Rangers 4-games-to-3
Nepean Raiders defeated Kanata Stallions 4-games-to-1
Pembroke Lumber Kings defeated Brockville Braves 4-games-to-3

Semi-final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Cornwall Colts 4-games-to-2
Nepean Raiders defeated Pembroke Lumber Kings 4-games-to-none

Final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Nepean Raiders 4-games-to-3
(4-5, 6-5 OT, 0-5, 5-1, 2-3, 6-4, 6-1)


Hawkesbury Hawks moved on to the 2005 Fred Page Cup.

Team PhotosEdit

SourcesEdit

  • Chris Heisenberg
  • Andy Gallagher

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