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This is the 2017-18 Central Canada Hockey League season.  This is the league's 57th season overall and 7th under this name.

Membership changesEdit

TeamsEdit

Robinson Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Brockville Braves Brockville Brockville Memorial Centre 1963
Carleton Place Canadians Carleton Place Carleton Place Arena 2009
Kanata Lasers Kanata Kanata Recreational Complex 1987
Kemptville 73's Kemptville North Grenville Municipal Centre 2007
Pembroke Lumber Kings Pembroke Pembroke Memorial Centre 1980
Smiths Falls Bears Smiths Falls Smiths Falls Memorial Centre 1985
Yzerman Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Cornwall Colts Cornwall Ed Lumley Arena and Si Miller Arena 1988
Hawkesbury Hawks Hawkesbury Robert Hartley Sport Complex 1976
Navan Grads Navan Navan Arena 1991
Nepean Raiders Nepean Steve Yzerman Arena 1972
Ottawa Jr. Senators Ottawa Jim Durrell Recreation Centre 1979
Rockland Nationals Rockland Canadian International Hockey Academy Arena 1968

StandingsEdit

Larry Robinson DivisionEdit

Team GP W L OL SL GF GA Pts
Carleton Place Canadians 62 53 5 1 3 257 105 110
Brockville Braves 62 38 20 2 2 210 160 80
Kanata Lasers 62 31 22 8 1 185 190 71
Pembroke Lumber Kings 62 32 25 4 1 213 223 69
Smiths Falls Bears 62 24 31 3 4 158 196 55
Kemptville 73's 62 18 40 2 2 159 267 40

Steve Yzerman DivisionEdit

Team GP W L OL SL GF GA Pts
Ottawa Jr. Senators 62 46 9 2 5 254 142 99
Hawkesbury Hawks 62 36 23 0 3 200 176 75
Cornwall Colts 62 33 23 4 2 198 184 72
Rockland Nationals 62 28 28 3 3 186 204 62
Nepean Raiders 62 24 32 2 4 170 201 54
Navan Grads 62 9 52 1 0 130 272 19


Bogart Cup PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top eight teams overall advance to the playoffs. In the quarterfinal round the top seed plays the 8 seed, the second seed plays the seventh seed, the third seed plays the sixth seed, and the fourth seed plays the fifth seed in best-of-seven series. The top remaining seed plays the lowest remaining seed and the middle two seeds play each other in the best-of-seven semifinals. The semifinal winners meet in the best-of-seven league final. The champion (or runner-up if Ottawa wins league playoffs) advances to the 2018 Fred Page Cup being hosted by the Ottawa Jr. Senators May 2-6, 2018 at the Jim Durrell Recreation Centre.

QuarterfinalsEdit

SemifinalsEdit

FinalEdit

2018 CCHL champions Ottawa Jr Senators

2018 CCHL champions Ottawa Jr Senators