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These are the 2013-14 Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League season standings.

SeasonEdit

Team                    GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Essex 73's              40    34   3    -   3    212   95     71
Belle River Canadiens   40    23   15   -   2    165   141    48
Blenheim Blades         40    21   14   -   5    162   146    47
Wheatley Sharks         40    22   16   -   2    160   137    46
Alvinston Flyers        40    22   17   -   1    169   157    45
Mooretown Flags         40    20   17   -   3    168   170    43
Amherstburg Admirals    40    19   18   -   3    133   146    41
Dresden Jr. Kings       40    14   20   -   6    129   166    34
Wallaceburg Lakers      40    5    34   -   1    94    234    11

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Essex 73's defeated Dresden Jr. Kings 4-games-to-none
Wheatley Sharks defeated Alvinston Flyers 4-games-to-2
Belle River Canadiens defeated Amherstburg Admirals 4-games-to-3
Blenheim Blades defeated Mooretown Flags 4-games-to-2

Semi-final

Essex 73's defeated Wheatley Sharks 4-games-to-none
Belle River Canadiens defeated Blenheim Blades 4-games-to-2 with 1 no contest*

Final

Essex 73's defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-2


Essex 73's move on to the 2014 Clarence Schmalz Cup.


No contestEdit

Game 3 of the Belle River/Blenheim series saw Blenheim leading 2-games-to-none going into the game. Belle River had taken a commanding 4-1 lead in the second period at home, but after a goalie change Blenheim came back with four unanswered goals to lead the game 5-4 in the third. With six minutes to go in this "see-saw" battle, a car struck a hydro pole in the neighbouring community of Emeryville and knocked out power to the entire region. The game was called a half hour later.

The OHA determined that the incident was an "an act of God" and neither team was at fault. Three scenarios were presented as to how to handle the game, including finishing the game in Blenheim after Game 4 or before a potential Game 5 in Belle River, but all parties elected to throw out the results. A new Game 3 was played later the same day in Blenheim, resulting in a Belle River win.

Belle River would gain momentum and sweep games 3 through 6 to win the series.

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