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This is a list of Central Junior A Hockey League Standings for the 2006-07 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Robinson								
Ottawa Jr. Senators         55    29   20   4   2    181   178    64
Orleans Blues               55    26   21   6   2    184   190    60
Hawkesbury Hawks            55    25   23   6   1    196   197    57
Cornwall Colts              55    15   32   5   3    154   215    38
Cumberland Grads            55    11   37   5   2    158   247    29
Yzerman								
Pembroke Lumber Kings       55    41   10   2   2    261   133    86
Brockville Braves           55    28   20   6   1    201   190    63
Nepean Raiders              55    26   21   6   2    178   165    60
Smiths Falls Bears          55    25   23   5   2    199   200    57
Kanata Stallions            55    22   22   9   2    161   158    55

Leading ScorersEdit

1.Scott Campbell, Pemb 41 53 54 107
2.Daniel Sullivan, Ott 55 30 59 89
3.Brandon Richardson, Pemb 43 21 67 88
4.Scott Pitt, Orl 50 30 53 83
5.Matt Gordon, SF 55 37 39 76
6.Chris Laganiere, Pem 51 19 56 75
7.Ian Boots, Brock 54 33 41 74
8.Chris Lowe, SF 54 26 47 73
9.Chris Somerville, Orl 55 34 34 68
Mike Byrd, Brock 52 34 34 68
  Joey Manley, Ott 53 30 38 68

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Pembroke Lumber Kings defeated Kanata Stallions 4-games-to-none
Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Ottawa Jr. Senators 4-games-to-1
Smiths Falls Bears defeated Brockville Braves 4-games-to-2
Nepean Raiders defeated Orleans Blues 4-games-to-2

Semi-final

Pembroke Lumber Kings defeated Hawkesbury Hawks 4-games-to-2
Nepean Raiders defeated Smiths Falls Bears 4-games-to-1

Final

Pembroke Lumber Kings defeated Nepean Raiders 4-games-to-1


Team PhotosEdit

SourcesEdit

  • Chris Heisenberg

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