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This is a list of Maritime Junior A Hockey League Standings for the 2005-06 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Maurice Bent								
Amherst Ramblers            56    33   18   -   5    218   203    71
Weeks Crushers              56    31   19   -   6    173   170    68
Antigonish Bulldogs         56    30   22   -   6    196   182    66
Truro Bearcats              56    28   20   -   8    193   166    64
Yarmouth Mariners           56    28   23   -   5    204   221    61
Halifax Wolverines          56    16   34   -   6    192   255    38
Roger Meek								
Woodstock Slammers          56    41   10   -   5    281   170    87
Summerside Western Capitals 56    36   14   -   6    274   197    78
Restigouche Tigers          56    30   21   -   5    216   211    65
Moncton Gagnon Beavers      56    27   24   -   5    176   208    59
Charlottetown Abbies        56    20   34   -   2    193   240    42
Miramichi Timberwolves      56    16   37   -   3    187   280    35

PlayoffsEdit

Conference Quarter-final

Yarmouth Mariners defeated Truro Bearcats 2-games-to-none
Moncton Beavers defeated Charlottetown Abbies 2-games-to-none

Conference Semi-final

Amherst Ramblers defeated Yarmouth Mariners 4-games-to-1
Weeks Crushers defeated Antigonish Bulldogs 4-games-to-2
Woodstock Slammers defeated Moncton Beavers 4-games-to-none
Summerside Western Capitals defeated Restigouche Tigers 4-games-to-none

Conference Final

Amherst Ramblers defeated Weeks Crushers 4-games-to-3
Woodstock Slammers defeated Summerside Western Capitals 4-games-to-3

Final

Woodstock Slammers defeated Amherst Ramblers 4-games-to-1


Woodstock Slammers move on to 2006 Fred Page Cup.

SourcesEdit

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