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This article is about the Junior B level team that was previously known as the Clarence Beavers and play in the Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2. For the parent team playing in the Central Canada Hockey League please see Carleton Place Canadians.


Carleton Place Jr. Canadians
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City: Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
League: Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2
Division: Martin
Founded: 1980
Home Arena: Carlton Place Arena
General Manager: Sébastien Dion
Head Coach: Luc Cheff

The Carleton Place Jr. Canadians are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Carleton Place, Ontario. They play in the Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2 (CCHL2). Prior to the 2015–16 season the league was known as the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League.

From its founding the team had been known as the Clarence Beavers. After the 2016-17 season the team was relocated to Carleton Place and were renamed the Carleton Place Jr. Canadians which will be the same as the CCHL team that they are affiliated with.

HistoryEdit

Clarence Castors In 2008, one of probably the strangest events in hockey history took place during the Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League playoffs opening round against the Ottawa West Golden Knights. Clarence won the series 4-3, but the game was voided and had to be replied because of an officiating error. Clarence Beavers fans dubbed the replayed game 7 as "Game 8". Ottawa West won the series 4-3, on the game replied. The series loss was a bitter pill to swallow for the Clarence Beavers hockey club.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1981-82 39 13 21 5 - 194 251 31 5th EO-NWest
1982-83 36 14 18 4 - 179 202 32 5th EO-AEng
1983-85 Statistics Not Available
1985-86 35 14 21 0 - 153 204 28 5th EO-AEng
1986-87 40 10 26 4 - 179 248 24 4th EO-Metro
1987-99 Statistics Not Available
1999-00 42 21 21 0 3 196 195 45 4th EO Metro Lost Division S-final
2000-01 42 29 15 1 1 205 159 60 1st EO Metro Won League
2001-02 40 25 12 3 0 167 127 53 2nd EO Metro Lost Division Final
2002-03 40 20 18 2 1 162 164 43 4th EO Metro Lost Preliminary
2003-04 40 18 21 1 1 173 176 38 4th EO Metro Lost Division S-final
2004-05 40 14 19 4 3 190 195 35 5th EO Metro Lost Division S-final
2005-06 39 31 7 1 0 219 127 63 1st EO Metro Lost Division Final
2006-07 40 27 12 1 0 210 139 55 1st EO MetroLost Division Final
2007-08 40 27 10 0 3 195 139 57 2nd EO MetroLost Division Final
2008-09 40 22 15 3 0 184 158 47 3rd EO MetroLost Division S-Final
2009-10 44 25 15 2 2 224 185 54 4th EO Metro Lost Division S-Final
2010-11 42 30 8 3 1 200 118 64 1st EO Metro Won League
2011-12 42 27 13 1 1 230 178 56 2nd EO Metro Lost Division S-Final
Season GP W L OTL SOL GF GA P Results Playoffs
2012-13 42 22 14 3 3 156 142 50 3rd EO Metro
2013-14 41 25 14 1 1 144 140 52 3rd EO Metro Lost Division Semi-final
2014-15 40 20 16 1 3 154 141 44 3rd EO Metro Lost Div. Semi-final, 0-4 (Mustangs)
CCHL 2
2015-16 44 -- -- - - --- --- -- 8th of 8 Martin Div
14th of 16 CCHL2
Did Not Qualify
2016-17 48 13 30 0 1 209 218 27 8th of 8 Martin Div
9th of 16 CCHL2
Won Wild Card Series, 2-1 (Hawks)
Lost Quarterfinals, 3-4 (Golden Knights)

Notable AlumniEdit

Benoît Pouliot Jason Talbot Pascal Brisson Sébastien Dion

External linksEdit

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