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This is the 2010-11 Major League Hockey Season.  This was the league's 7th season under this name and 21st 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 this season to Allan Cup Hockey.

Franchise ChangesEdit

StandingsEdit

Team               GP  W  L OTL SOL  P  GF  GA PIM PIM
Whitby Dunlops     28 17  3  2   2  38 133  98 422
Brantford Blast    28 13 11  0   0  26 133 127 421
Dundas Real McCoys 28 11  9  3   1  26 122 119 354
Norwood Vipers     28 10 11  2   1  23 101 117 522
Orillia Tundras    28  9 15  0   0  18 105 133 526

Robertson Cup PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

Top four teams in the standings qualify. First place plays 4th and 2nd plays 3rd.  All Series were best-of-seven.

SemifinalsEdit

  • Norwood defeated Whitby four games to two (7-4, 4-3 (ot), 2-4, 4-9, 3-2, 4-3)
  • Dundas defeated Brantford four games to two (4-2, 6-5 (ot), 2-5, 6-2, 5-6, 6-4

FinalEdit

  • Dundas defeated Norwood four games to three (8-4, 3-4 (ot), 4-3, 2-3, 3-2, 2-5, 8-5)

Dundas advances to the 2011 Allan Cup held in Kenora, Ontario.

Renwick CupEdit

The Renwick Cup was not played in 2011 as the event was hosted in Ontario and the Kenora Thistles were the host, the Fort Frances Thunderhawks took the spot reserved for the Quebec champion in the Allan Cup and Major League Hockey had the rest of the contending teams in the province of Ontario.

Allan CupEdit

Dundas went 0-2-0 for third place in Division 2 losing to the Kenora Thistles 6-1 and losing to the Bentley Generals 3-2.  Dundas defeated the South East Prairie Thunder 3-0 in the quarterfinals and lost in the semifinals to eventual Allan Cup champion, the Clarenville Caribous 4-0.

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