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Ajax Attack
Ajax Attack
City: Ajax, Ontario, Canada
League: Ontario Junior Hockey League
Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League
Operated: 1986-2010
Home Arena: Ajax Community Centre
Colors: Blue, Yellow, and White
              
Franchise history
1986-2005: Ajax Axemen
2005-2010: Ajax Attack
2010: Merged w/ Pickering Panthers

The Ajax Attack were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Ajax, Ontario, Canada. They were a part of the Central Canadian Hockey League. They used to be known as the Axemen. In the Summer of 2010, the Attack merged with the Pickering Panthers and left Ajax.

HistoryEdit

The team originated as a member of the Central Junior C Hockey League in 1986. In 1991 they made the jump to the Central Junior "B" league, despite limited success in the Central Junior "C" league, and stayed with the league in 1993 when it became the OPJHL. Since 1987, the Attack have only had one winning season and two .500 records.

After the 2004-05 season, one of the worst seasons in OPJHL history, the Axemen changed their name to the Attack. Despite their name change, their woes continued in 2005-06 finishing out of the playoffs in a league that allows 32 teams into their playoffs every year. In 2006-07, the Attack managed to make the playoffs with a wildcard spot, but bowed out in the first round.In 07/08 the Attack failed to make the post season posting a 12-34-3 and again it was very frustrating year for the franchise.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1987-88 32 12 16 4 - 148 182 28 6th COJCHL
1988-89 40 20 15 5 - 188 163 45 7th COJCHL
1989-90 36 16 17 3 - 156 170 35 4th COJCHL
1990-91 36 11 23 2 - 135 188 24 6th COJCHL
1991-92 42 12 28 2 - 181 243 26 13th CJBHL
1992-93 48 9 33 6 - 203 275 26 13th CJBHL
1993-94 40 17 17 6 - 183 199 40 5th OPJHL-E
1994-95 48 4 43 1 - 131 343 12 9th OPJHL-E
1995-96 49 12 32 5 - 172 263 30 6th OPJHL-R
1996-97 51 21 28 2 - 212 258 45 3rd OPJHL-R
1997-98 50 13 35 2 0 190 282 28 5th OPJHL-R
1998-99 51 17 27 6 1 153 233 41 10th OPJHL-E
1999-00 49 16 26 6 1 159 216 39 6th OPJHL-E
2000-01 49 23 23 3 0 206 202 49 7th OPJHL-E
2001-02 49 7 30 6 6 163 240 26 9th OPJHL-S
2002-03 49 12 31 3 3 142 202 30 8th OPJHL-S
2003-04 49 13 32 2 2 154 250 30 9th OPJHL-S
2004-05 49 2 44 1 2 111 285 7 9th OPJHL-S
2005-06 49 5 41 0 3 124 333 13 9th OPJHL-S DNQ
2006-07 49 13 31 3 2 144 249 31 7th OPJHL-S Lost Div. QF
2007-08 49 12 34 - 3 142 268 27 8th OPJHL-S
2008-09 49 25 24 - 0 216 229 50 5th OJHL-R
2009-10 50 24 25 - 1 208 235 49 8th CCHL-E Lost Preliminary

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