The North Oxford Men's Hockey League is an independent Senior league in Southern Ontario. The NOMHL partially overlaps with the Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior Hockey League, but the two league are not related. The NOMHL is designed to have less travel than the WOAA as well.


The league claims to be the longest running full contact senior league in North America. Originally known as the North Oxford Rural Hockey League, the NOMHL is the last of the old "rural leagues" to still be operating, at least at such a high capacity.

The league changed its name to the North Oxford Men's Hockey League in 2008 and lowered its age minimum to 18 to better serve the development of the league.

In the early days, the Harmony Hurricanes won 13 consecutive league championships spanning three decades. The second longest streak is held by the St. Marys Smoke who had won the league 7 consecutive times.



  • 1959 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1960 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1961 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1962 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1963 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1964 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1965 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1966 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1967 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1968 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1969 Harmony Hurricanes
  • 1970 Harmony Hurricanes

  • 1998
  • 1999
  • 2000
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2004 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2005 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2006 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2007 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2008 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2009 St. Marys Smoke
  • 2010 Harrington Heat
  • 2011
  • 2012 Tavistock Chiefs

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