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This is the 2015-16 Ontario Junior Hockey League season.  This was the league's sixth season as a re-established league after the league members played in 2 seperate league's for the 2009-10 season.

The league had each team playing 54 games including 25 home games, 25 road games, 2 Governors' Showcase games (September 22-24 at HarborCenter in Buffalo), and 2 Conference Showcase games.  The regular season started on September 4th and ended February 27th.

The playoff champion Trenton Golden Hawks advanced to the 2016 Dudley Hewitt Cup  which was being held in Kirkland Lake and was hosted by the Kirkland Lake Gold Miners who qualified as host.

Membership ChangesEdit

TeamsEdit

North-East Conference
North Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Aurora Tigers Aurora, Ontario Aurora Community Centre 1997
Lindsay Muskies Lindsay, Ontario Lindsay Recreation Centre 1989
Markham Royals Markham, Ontario Markham Centennial Centre 1993
Newmarket Hurricanes Newmarket, Ontario Ray Twinney Complex 1987
Pickering Panthers Pickering, Ontario Pickering Recreation Complex 1998
Stouffville Spirit Stouffville, Ontario Stouffville Arena 1995
East Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Cobourg Cougars Cobourg, Ontario Cobourg Community Centre 1992
Kingston Voyageurs Kingston, Ontario INVISTA Centre 1995
Trenton Golden Hawks Trenton, Ontario Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens 1998
Wellington Dukes Wellington, Ontario Wellington & District Community Centre 1998
Whitby Fury Whitby, Ontario Iroquois Park Arena 1998
South-West Conference
South Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Mississauga Chargers Mississauga, Ontario Port Credit Arena 1995
North York Rangers North York, Ontario Carnegie Centennial Centre 1998
Oakville Blades Oakville, Ontario Sixteen Mile Sports Complex 1971
St. Michael's Buzzers Toronto, Ontario St. Michael's College School Arena 1995
Toronto Jr. Canadiens Downsview, Ontario Buckingham Arena 1998
Toronto Patriots Rexdale, Ontario Westwood Arena 1998
West Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Buffalo Jr. Sabres Buffalo, New York Harbor Center 1998
Burlington Cougars Burlington, Ontario Wave Twin Rinks 1971
Georgetown Raiders Georgetown, Ontario Gordon Alcott Arena 1975
Milton Icehawks Milton, Ontario Milton Memorial Arena 1971
Orangeville Flyers Orangeville, Ontario Alder Street Recreation Facility 1998

StandingsEdit

North East Conference
North Division
Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Markham Royals 54 31 17 3 3 - 197 149 804 68
Aurora Tigers 54 28 17 1 8 - 174 137 885 65
Newmarket Hurricanes 54 23 22 3 6 - 161 161 714 55
Stouffville Spirit 54 24 24 3 3 - 185 192 1152 54
Pickering Panthers 54 15 32 2 5 - 154 223 1162 37
Lindsay Muskies 54 12 36 0 6 - 122 225 1030 30
East Division
Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Trenton Golden Hawks 54 44 6 1 3 - 193 102 728 92
Kingston Voyageurs 54 34 14 2 4 - 199 154 1096 74
Wellington Dukes 54 32 19 2 1 - 202 154 809 67
Cobourg Cougars 54 27 21 0 6 - 177 158 781 60
Whitby Fury 54 25 23 1 5 - 180 189 1094 56
South West Conference
South Division
Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Oakville Blades 54 34 17 2 1 - 231 178 839 71
North York Rangers 54 30 16 2 6 - 205 161 799 68
Toronto Jr. Canadiens 54 30 16 3 5 - 184 170 865 68
St. Michael's Buzzers 54 28 23 1 2 - 196 182 715 59
Toronto Patriots 54 18 28 1 7 - 166 215 867 44
Mississauga Chargers 54 10 41 0 3 - 134 277 1195 23
West Division
Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Georgetown Raiders 54 37 13 3 1 - 210 129 891 78
Burlington Cougars 54 34 17 1 2 - 249 175 975 71
Buffalo Jr. Sabres 54 33 17 1 1 - 233 166 1207 70
Orangeville Flyers 54 23 24 2 5 - 182 185 884 53
Milton Icehawks 54 5 48 0 1 - 110 362 869 11

Buckland Cup PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top eight teams in each conference qualify for the playoffs with the division winners are seeded 1-2 and the first place team plays the eighth place team 2 vs7, 3 vs 6, 4 vs 5. in the conference quarterfinals. All series are best-of-seven. 

The playoff champion will advance to the 2016 Dudley Hewitt Cup which is being held in Kirkland Lake and being hosted by the Kirkland Lake Gold Miners.  The tournament was originally awarded to Sudbury, Ontario to be hosted by the Sudbury Nickel Barons  on October 7, 2014; but the team announced they were relocating to Rayside-Balfour prior to the 2015-16 season and there was deemed to be little support in the community of Sudbury.  The tournament was then re-awarded to Kirkland Lake on April 27, 2015.  The winner of the Dudley Hewitt Cup advances to the 2016 Royal Bank Cup being held in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan.

North East Conference QuarterfinalsEdit

South West Conference QuarterfinalsEdit

North East Conference SemifinalsEdit

South West Conference SemifinalsEdit

North East Conference FinalEdit

South West Conference FinalEdit

Buckland Cup FinalEdit

2016 OJHL championship series logo

The Trenton Golden Hawks advance to the 2016 Dudley Hewitt Cup.

2016 OJHL champs Trenton Golden Hawks

2016 OJHL champs Trenton Golden Hawks

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