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This is the 2008-09 Major League Hockey Season. This was the league's 5th season under this name and 19th season overall. The league was previously known as the Ontario Senior AAA Hockey League from 2003 to 2004, and Southwestern Senior A Hockey League from 1990 to 2003. The league was renamed after the 2010-11 season to Allan Cup Hockey.
- The Tilsonburg Vipers and the Petrolia Squires left the league to join the WOAA Senior Hockey League.
- The Norwood Vipers, Whitby Dunlops and the Frankford Huskies join from the Eastern Ontario Senior Hockey League when the league merges with Major League Hockey. The Huskies relocated to Baltimore, Ontario are are renamed the Baltimore Clippers before they play.
- The Windsor-St. Clair Saints based out of St. Clair College in Windsor leave the league and cease operations feeling that the league was not a good fit for them.
Team GP W L OTL SOL P GF GA PIM PIM Dundas Real McCoys 28 19 7 1 1 40 161 120 509 Whitby Dunlops 28 18 10 0 0 36 154 140 539 Norwood Vipers 28 15 9 3 1 34 145 131 783 Baltimore Clippers 28 15 12 0 1 31 141 153 392 Brantford Blast 28 13 15 0 0 26 127 120 447 Orillia/Coldwater Tundras 28 4 22 1 1 10 125 189 615
Robertson Cup PlayoffsEdit
Top four teams in the standings qualify. First place plays 4th and 2nd plays 3rd. All Series were best-of-seven.
- Dundas defeated Baltimore four games to one (5-4, 8-3. 7-5, 5-6, 5-4 (ot)
- Whitby defeated Norwood four games to three (7-6, 3-7, 5-2, 4-5 (ot), 6-3, 3-9, 5-3
- Dundas defeated Norwood four games to none (4-1, 6-5, 4-3, 6-5)
The Renwick Cup was not played in 2009 as the Northern Ontario region sent its own representative to the tournament and the Major League Hockey champion advanced directly to the 2009 Allan Cup as there were no competing teams in either the Quebec or Atlantic regions.
Dundas went 1-1-0 for third place (losing via tie breakers) in Division 1 losing to the Lloydminster Border Kings 5-2 and defeating the South East Prairie Thunder 7-6. Dundas lost to the Steinbach North Stars 8-4 in the quarterfinals.