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North Middlesex Stars
North Middlesex Stars
Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League
City Parkhill, Ontario
Founded 1992
Division Yeck
Franchise history 1992-1993: Parkhill Stars
1993-Pres: North Middlesex Stars
Head Coach Dale Timmermans
General Manager Doug Timmermans
Arena North Middlesex & District Arena
Team Colors Blue, Black, Yellow, and White
League Champions 2009
OHA Cups 2009


The North Middlesex Stars are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Parkhill, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association.

HistoryEdit

The team was founded in 1992 as the Parkhill Stars. After only one season, the team name was changed to the North Middlesex Stars.

The early years were rough on the North Middlesex Stars. In the team's first thirteen seasons, only 2 years did they have winning records.

In the summer of 2005, the team was on the verge of implosion. The community came together and saved the team. [1] Since the crisis, the Stars have found new life. In the 2005-06 season, they celebrated their third ever winning record. In the summer of 2006, the OHA Junior Development League dissolved and was replaced by the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League. Since the formation of the SOJHL, the Stars have been a standout team. In 2006-07, they finished 3rd overall with 30 victories. In 2007-08, they finished 4th overall with 27 victories.

In 2008-09, the Stars celebrated their fourth consecutive winning season with 25 victories and a 4th place finish in the regular season. They then went on to win the OHA Cup.

Season-by-Season StandingsEdit

D Final North Middlesex celebration large

The Stars after they won the OHA Cup in 2009.


Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results
1992-93 39 8 30 0 1 135 273 17 18th OHAJDL
1993-94 40 7 31 2 - 136 232 16 16th OHAJDL
1994-95 38 10 24 1 3 132 205 24 16th OHAJDL
1995-96 37 14 14 4 5 152 159 37 10th OHAJDL
1996-97 38 18 17 1 2 167 167 39 11th OHAJDL
1997-98 40 7 31 1 1 123 222 16 18th OHAJDL
1998-99 40 11 24 2 3 116 162 27 17th OHAJDL
1999-00 39 8 29 1 1 106 189 18 17th OHAJDL
2000-01 40 12 22 4 2 -- -- 28 14th OHAJDL
2001-02 40 14 23 2 1 141 179 31 15th OHAJDL
2002-03 40 18 16 4 2 162 165 42 9th OHAJDL
2003-04 40 14 18 3 5 147 153 36 13th OHAJDL
2004-05 39 4 32 2 1 106 213 11 18th OHAJDL
2005-06 38 19 17 1 1 165 147 40 10th OHAJDL
2006-07 40 30 6 0 4 193 123 64 3rd SOJHL
2007-08 40 27 11 - 2 177 109 56 4th SOJHL
2008-09 40 25 11 - 4 189 138 54 4th SOJHL
2009-10 36 30 4 - 2 166 102 62 1st SOJHL

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