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The 2005–06 OHL season was the 26th season of the Ontario Hockey League. Twenty teams each played 68 games. The J. Ross Robertson Cup was won by the Peterborough Petes, who defeated the London Knights in the final.

Rule changesEdit

In the 2005–2006 campaign, the OHL along with the CHL has adopted the new playing rules and enforcement of existing playing rules the NHL has established. Significant rule changes include:

  • Goaltender Trap Zone - An area behind the net established to keep goalies from playing the puck in the corners. A violation results in a delay of game penalty.
  • Delay of Game - Any player shooting the puck out of play from his defensive zone will be called for a 2 minute delay of game minor penalty.
  • 2–Line Passes - 2–line passes (passes which cross one's own blue line and the redline before being received) are now permitted. The center red line will only determine icing.
  • Shootouts - The shootout has eliminated the tie game. If a game is tied after regulation, a 5 minute, 4-on-4 sudden death period will occur. If the game is still tied after the extra frame, a shootout will occur. With the visiting team shooting first, the teams will alternate and should there be a winner following three shots (or sooner) by both teams, the game is over. However, if it remains tied, the shootout continues sudden death. The teams must go through their roster before allowing any player to take a second shot. The winning team in the shootout will receive one additional goal in the goals for stats, but all goals scored in the shootout do not affect personal stats for the players or goalies.

StandingsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points;

Eastern ConferenceEdit

East Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA
Peterborough Petes 68 47 16 2 3 99 269 199
Kingston Frontenacs 68 37 24 4 3 81 258 237
Belleville Bulls 68 32 28 5 3 72 202 225
Ottawa 67's 68 29 31 5 3 66 240 244
Oshawa Generals 68 18 45 4 1 41 233 330
Central Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA
Brampton Battalion 68 44 21 1 2 91 275 222
Barrie Colts 68 43 21 1 3 90 258 194
Sudbury Wolves 68 34 28 1 5 74 227 222
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 68 32 26 6 4 74 259 285
Mississauga IceDogs 68 21 40 5 2 49 192 299

Western ConferenceEdit

Midwest Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA
London Knights 68 49 15 1 3 102 304 211
Kitchener Rangers 68 47 19 1 1 96 255 165
Guelph Storm 68 40 24 1 3 84 232 206
Owen Sound Attack 68 32 29 4 3 71 239 239
Erie Otters 68 26 35 4 3 59 219 266
West Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA
Plymouth Whalers 68 35 28 1 4 75 227 225
Saginaw Spirit 68 36 30 2 0 74 242 246
Windsor Spitfires 68 32 29 3 4 71 247 253
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 68 29 31 3 5 66 201 213
Sarnia Sting 68 17 46 2 3 39 197 295

Scoring leadersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Rob Schremp London Knights 57 57 88 145 74
David Bolland London Knights 57 57 73 130 104
Wojtek Wolski Brampton Battalion 56 47 81 128 46
Dylan Hunter London Knights 62 32 85 117 50
Evan McGrath Kitchener Rangers 67 37 77 114 63
Justin Donati Toronto St. Michael's Majors 62 46 63 109 50
Bryan Little Barrie Colts 64 42 67 109 99
Peter Tsimikalis Oshawa Generals 64 29 70 99 69
Cal O'Reilly Windsor Spitfires 68 18 81 99 8
Bobby Ryan Owen Sound Attack 59 31 64 95 44

Leading goaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; Mins = Minutes Played; W = Wins; L = Losses: OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GA = Goals Allowed; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP Mins W L OTL SL GA SO Sv% GAA
Dan Turple Kitchener Rangers 57 3306 40 15 1 1 124 7 .924 2.25
Dan LaCosta Barrie Colts 59 3340 36 17 1 3 142 6 .915 2.55
Ryan MacDonald Guelph Storm 57 3292 35 15 1 3 141 4 .907 2.57
Anthony Guadagnolo Windsor Spitfires 48 2814 27 14 3 3 129 5 .916 2.75
Kyle Gajewski Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 64 3704 29 23 3 5 174 3 .904 2.82

2006 PlayoffsEdit

Playoffs bracketEdit

  Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Finals Finals
                                     
E1  Peterborough 4  
E8  Ottawa 2  
  E1  Peterborough 4  
  E5  Sudbury 0  
E4  Kingston 2
E5  Sudbury 4  
  E1  Peterborough 4  
  E3  Barrie 1  
E3  Barrie 4  
E6  Toronto 0  
  E3  Barrie 4
  E2  Brampton 1  
E2  Brampton 4
E7  Belleville 2  
  E1  Peterborough 4
  W1  London 0
W1  London 4  
W8  S.S. Marie 0  
  W1  London 4
  W6  Owen Sound 2  
W3  Kitchener 1
W6  Owen Sound 4  
  W1  London 4
  W4  Guelph 1  
W4  Guelph 4  
W5  Saginaw 0  
  W4  Guelph 4
  W2  Plymouth 2  
W2  Plymouth 4
W7  Windsor 3  

Eastern Conference QuarterfinalsEdit

Peterborough (1) vs. Ottawa (8)
Date Away Home
March 23 Ottawa 3 4 Peterborough 2OT
March 25 Peterborough 4 8 Ottawa
March 27 Ottawa 1 3 Peterborough
March 29 Peterborough 3 4 Ottawa
March 31 Ottawa 3 4 Peterborough OT
April 2 Peterborough 3 2 Ottawa
Peterborough wins series 4–2
Brampton (2) vs. Belleville (7)
Date Away Home
March 24 Belleville 2 3 Brampton OT
March 26 Belleville 3 2 Brampton OT
March 27 Brampton 3 1 Belleville
March 29 Brampton 4 3 Belleville OT
March 31 Belleville 3 2 Brampton
April 1 Brampton 5 2 Belleville
Brampton wins series 4–2
Barrie (3) vs. Toronto (6)
Date Away Home
March 23 Toronto 4 5 Barrie OT
March 24 Barrie 6 5 Toronto
March 26 Toronto 5 7 Barrie
March 28 Barrie 4 1 Toronto
Barrie wins series 4–0
Kingston (4) vs. Sudbury (5)
Date Away Home
March 24 Sudbury 3 5 Kingston
March 25 Sudbury 4 1 Kingston
March 28 Kingston 0 2 Sudbury
March 29 Kingston 2 5 Sudbury
March 31 Sudbury 0 3 Kingston
April 2 Kingston 0 4 Sudbury
Sudbury wins series 4–2

Western Conference QuarterfinalsEdit

London (1) vs. Sault Ste. Marie (8)
Date Away Home
March 23 Sault Ste. Marie 1 6 London
March 24 Sault Ste. Marie 3 6 London
March 26 London 6 5 Sault Ste. Marie OT
March 28 London 5 4 Sault Ste. Marie 2 OT
London wins series 4–0
Plymouth (2) vs. Windsor (7)
Date Away Home
March 25 Windsor 4 7 Plymouth
March 26 Plymouth 4 2 Windsor
March 28 Windsor 2 1 Plymouth
March 30 Plymouth 3 4 Windsor
April 1 Windsor 2 3 Plymouth
April 2 Plymouth 4 7 Windsor
April 4 Windsor 2 6 Plymouth
Plymouth wins series 4–3
Kitchener (3) vs. Owen Sound (6)
Date Away Home
March 24] Owen Sound 3 2 Kitchener
March 25 Kitchener 2 3 Owen Sound
March 27 Owen Sound 3 4 Kitchener 2OT
March 29 Kitchener 2 7 Owen Sound
March 31 Owen Sound 4 3 Kitchener
Owen Sound wins series 4–1
Guelph (4) vs. Saginaw (5)
Date Away Home
March 24 Saginaw 2 3 Guelph
March 27 Guelph 4 1 Saginaw
March 28 Saginaw 1 4 Guelph
March 30 Guelph 4 Saginaw 3
Guelph wins series 4–0

Eastern Conference SemifinalsEdit

Peterborough (1) vs. Sudbury (5)
Date Away Home
April 6 Sudbury 1 3 Peterborough
April 7 Sudbury 1 6 Peterborough
April 10 Peterborough 4 2 Sudbury
April 11 Peterborough 4 3 Sudbury OT
Peterborough wins series 4–0
Brampton (2) vs. Barrie (3)
Date Away Home
April 6 Barrie 1 4 Brampton
April 7 Brampton 1 4 Barrie
April 9 Barrie 6 1 Brampton
April 11 Brampton 2 11 Barrie
April 13 Barrie 3 2 Brampton
Barrie wins series 4–1

Western Conference SemifinalsEdit

London (1) vs. Owen Sound (6)
Date Away Home
April 7 Owen Sound 3 6 London
April 8 London 3 5 Owen Sound
April 10 Owen Sound 4 2 London
April 12 London 5 1 Owen Sound
April 14 Owen Sound 5 6 London OT
April 15 London 5 2 Owen Sound
London wins series 4–2
Plymouth (2) vs. Guelph (4)
Date Away Home
April 7 Guelph 4 1 Plymouth
April 8 Plymouth 2 3 Guelph OT
April 10 Guelph 8 0 Plymouth
April 12 Plymouth 4 3 Guelph OT
April 14 Guelph 2 5 Plymouth
April 15 Plymouth 3 4 Guelph
Guelph wins series 4–2

Conference FinalsEdit

Peterborough (1) vs. Barrie (3)
Date Away Home
April 20 Barrie 3 4 Peterborough 3OT
April 22 Peterborough 2 5 Barrie
April 24 Barrie 4 5 Peterborough OT
April 26 Peterborough 6 5 Barrie OT
April 28 Barrie 0 Peterborough 7
Peterborough wins series 4–1
London (1) vs. Guelph (4)
Date Away Home
April 20 Guelph 3 5 London
April 21 London 1 7 Guelph
April 23 Guelph 2 3 London OT
April 25 London 2 1 Guelph
April 28 Guelph 4 London 5 OT
London wins series 4–1

League FinalsEdit

London (W1) vs. Peterborough (E1)
Date Away Home
May 5 Peterborough 6 5 London 2OT
May 7 London 3 4 Peterborough OT
May 9 Peterborough 3 2 London
May 11 London 3 4 Peterborough
Peterborough wins series 4–0

ADT Canada-Russia ChallengeEdit

On November 24, the OHL All-stars defeated the Russian Selects 5–3 at Kitchener, Ontario.

On November 28, the OHL All-stars defeated the Russian Selects 5–1 at Peterborough, Ontario.

The OHL has an all-time record of 6–0 against the Russian Selects since the tournament began in 2003–04.

OHL Priority SelectionEdit

The OHL conducted its annual draft, known as the OHL Priority Selection, starting at 9:00 AM on Saturday May 6] 2006 via internet.

The Sarnia Sting announced on the Friday night before the draft, that Steven Stamkos of the Markham Waxers would be chosen first overall, being the recipient of the 2006 Jack Ferguson Award.

The Oshawa Generals followed up by selecting defenceman Michael Del Zotto also of the Waxers. It’s the first time in history that the first two picks in the OHL Priority Selection have come from the same team.

No.OHL TeamPlayerPrevious Team
1Sarnia StingSteven StamkosMarkham Waxers
2Oshawa GeneralsMichael Del ZottoMarkham Waxers
3Mississauga IceDogsAlex PietrangeloToronto Jr. Canadiens
4Erie OttersMitch GaultonToronto Red Wings
5Sault Ste. Marie GreyhoundsJames LivingstonYork Simcoe Express
6Ottawa 67'sTyler CumaMississauga IceDogs (Midget)
7Windsor SpitfiresGreg NemiszClarington Toros
8Owen Sound AttackMichael D'OrazioToronto Jr. Canadiens
9Belleville BullsShawn LalondeCumberland
10Toronto St. Michael's MajorsDylan O'NeilMarkham Waxers
11Sudbury WolvesJared StaalThunder Bay Kings
12Saginaw SpiritNick CrawfordDon Mills Flyers
13Plymouth WhalersVern CooperSudbury Nickel Capitals
14Kingston FrontenacsJosh BrittainToronto Jr. Canadiens
15Guelph StormAnthony NigroDon Mills Flyers
16Barrie ColtsStefan Della RovereToronto Jr. Canadiens
17Brampton BattalionCody HodgsonMarkham Waxers
18Kitchener RangersNazem KadriLondon Knights (Midget)
19Peterborough PetesZach BogosianCushing Academy
20London KnightsPhilip McRaeUS - Under 17

CHL Import DraftEdit

The 2006 CHL Import Draft was held via the internet, starting at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, June 28. Teams from the OHL, QMJHL, and WHL drafted players in reverse order of their finish in the combined CHL standings. All CHL teams are awarded one draft pick in each of the two rounds, although not all CHL teams use both picks. Some teams chose not to participate in the draft.

This list includes drafts picks made by OHL teams in the 2006 draft.

No.OHL TeamPlayerPrevious Team / Country
3Toronto St. Michael's MajorsKaspars Daugavins Riga, Latvia
6Owen Sound AttackTomas Kana Vitkovice, Czech Republic
9Peterborough PetesBranislav Rehus Ostrava, Czech Republic
12Erie OttersStanislav Polodna České Budějovica Jrs, Czech Republic
15Kitchener RangersYannick Weber Berne, Switzerland
18Windsor SpitfiresMarek Biro Trnava, Slovakia
21Ottawa 67'sLukas Flueler Kloten, Switzerland
24Oshawa GeneralsZiga Pance Olimpija, Slovenia
27Plymouth WhalersMichal Neuvirth HC Sparta Praha, Czech Republic
30Toronto St. Michael's MajorsKriss Grundmanis Riga, Latvia
33Saginaw SpiritJan Mursak České Budějovice, Czech Republic
36Saginaw SpiritTomas Zaborsky Trenčín, Slovakia
39Plymouth WhalersJozef Sladok Zvolen, Slovakia
42Kingston FrontenacsRobert Nyholm IFK Helsinki Jrs, Finland
45Guelph StormArturs Ozolins Saga, Latvia
48Peterborough PetesArtūrs Kulda Ceska, Latvia
51Sudbury WolvesPatrik Lusnak HK Skalica, Slovakia
56Mississauga IceDogsAleksander Ilyin Tver, Russia
58London KnightsAdam Hasani Freibourg Jrs, Switzerland
69Belleville BullsMichal Gazur Zvolen Jrs, Slovakia
70Sudbury WolvesJakub Korinek HC Plzen, Czech Republic

AwardsEdit

J. Ross Robertson Cup: Peterborough Petes
Hamilton Spectator Trophy: London Knights
Red Tilson Trophy: Wojtek Wolski, Brampton Battalion
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy: Rob Schremp, London Knights
Matt Leyden Trophy: Dave Barr, Guelph Storm
Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy: David Bolland, London Knights
Max Kaminsky Trophy: Andrej Sekera, Owen Sound Attack
OHL Goaltender of the Year: Adam Dennis, London Knights
Jack Ferguson Award: Steven Stamkos, Sarnia Sting
Dave Pinkney Trophy: Dan Turple & Mark Packwood, Kitchener Rangers
OHL Executive of the Year: Craig Goslin, Saginaw Spirit
Emms Family Award: John Tavares, Oshawa Generals
F.W. "Dinty" Moore Trophy: Ryan Daniels, Saginaw Spirit
Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy: Mike Angelidis, Owen Sound Attack
William Hanley Trophy: Wojtek Wolski, Brampton Battalion
Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy: Ryan Callahan, Guelph Storm
Bobby Smith Trophy: Danny Battochio, Ottawa 67's
Roger Neilson Memorial Award: Danny Battochio, Ottawa 67's
Ivan Tennant Memorial Award: Joe Pleckaitis, Ottawa 67's
Wayne Gretzky 99 Award: Daniel Ryder, Peterborough Petes


ReferencesEdit

Preceded by
2004–05 OHL season
OHL seasons Succeeded by
2006–07 OHL season


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