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This is the 2013-14 Allan Cup Hockey Season.  This was the league's 3rd season under this name and 24th season overall.  The league was previously known as Major League Hockey from 2004 to 2011, Ontario Senior AAA Hockey League from 2003 to 2004, and Southwestern Senior A Hockey League from 1990 to 2003.

Franchise ChangesEdit

StandingsEdit

Team                  GP  W  L OTL SOL  P  GF  GA PIM
Dundas Real McCoys    24 18  4  0   2  38 136  78 435
Whitby Dunlops        24 18  5  0   1  37 151  80 382
Brantford Blast       24 16  7  0   1  33 126  80 509
Stoney Creek Generals 24 14  8  1   1  30 122 117 327 
Welland Whalers       24  4 15  4   1  13  87 151 353
Norwood Vipers        24  2 21  0   1   5  98 214 451

PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top four teams in the standings qualified for the playoffs. The first place team played the 4th place team and the 2nd place team played the 3rd place team in the semifinals with the winners advancing to the final series.  All series were best-of-seven.

SemifinalsEdit

  • Dundas defeated Stoney Creek 4 games to 0 (11-6, 5-1, 4-0, 9-5)
  • Brantford defeated Whitby 4 games to 2 (1-3, 5-3, 2-7, 2-0, 3-2 (ot), 8-5

FinalEdit

  • Brantford defeated Dundas 4 games to 2 (5-3, 3-4, 8-4, 1-5, 6-4, 7-4)

Both Dundas and Brantford advanced to the Allan Cup as the event was being hosted by Dundas and Brantford qualified as league champion.  No Renwick Cup event was held as one spot was guaranteed to an Ontario based team and no team from Quebec participated so the Kenora Thistles of Hockey Northwestern Ontario also qualified.

Allan CupEdit

The Dundas Real McCoys won the 2014 Allan Cup

  • defeated the South East Prairie Thunder 4-3 in round robin
  • lost to the Clarenville Caribous 6-2 in round robin
  • defeated Kenora 4-0 in the semifinals
  • defeated Clarenville 3-2 in the final to win the 2014 Allan Cup
    Dundas 2014 Allan Cup

    Dundas Real McCoys 2014 Allan Cup Champions

The Brantford Blast were eliminated in the quarterfinal round

  • defeated Kenora 5-4 in round robin
  • lost to Clarenville 6-2 in round robin
  • lost to the Bentley Generals in the quarterfinals

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