List of OHA Junior A standings

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This is a list of OHA standings and season-by-season summaries of the Ontario Hockey Association's Junior A division from 1937 to 1972, and its Tier I division from 1972 to 1974.

Complete standings prior to 1937 are currently unavailable.

Legend
  • GP = games played
  • W = Wins
  • L = Losses played
  • T = Ties
  • Pts = Points
  • GF = Goals For
  • GA = Goals Against

1933–34[edit]

The Toronto St. Michael's Majors won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

1934–35[edit]

The Kitchener Greenshirts won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

1935–36[edit]

The West Toronto Nationals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

1936–37[edit]

The Toronto St. Michael's Majors won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

1937–38[edit]

The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 12 12 0 0 24 80 27
Oshawa Generals 12 8 4 0 16 57 42
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 12 7 5 0 14 52 38
Toronto Young Rangers 12 6 6 0 12 41 54
Toronto Native Sons 12 5 7 0 10 45 44
Toronto Varsity Blues 11 2 9 0 4 27 47
Toronto Lions 11 1 10 0 2 22 72

1938–39[edit]

The league is split into two divisions. Guelph Indians join the league. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Group 1
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 14 10 4 0 20 70 43
Guelph Indians 14 7 5 2 15 30 38
Toronto Marlboros 14 4 9 1 9 33 53
Toronto Varsity Blues 14 1 10 3 5 27 63
Group 2
Oshawa Generals 14 13 1 0 36 83 27
Toronto Young Rangers 14 9 4 1 19 50 41
Toronto Native Sons 14 7 6 1 15 53 45
Toronto Lions 14 1 13 0 2 24 76

1939–40[edit]

The league drops its divisions. Toronto St. Michael's Majors drop out of the league. Toronto Lions drop out of the league. University of Toronto Varsity Blues drop out of the league mid-year. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Oshawa Generals 18 15 1 2 32 120 46
Toronto Marlboros 19 11 5 3 25 106 49
Toronto Young Rangers 20 12 8 0 24 67 93
Guelph Indians 20 10 8 2 22 88 61
Toronto Native Sons 20 4 15 1 9 48 113
Toronto Varsity Blues* 17 1 16 0 2 39 108

1940–41[edit]

Toronto Young Rangers are renamed Toronto Bowles Rangers. Guelph Indians become Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 17 13 3 1 25 113 51
Oshawa Generals 16 10 4 2 22 101 67
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 16 11 5 0 22 85 75
Toronto Bowles Rangers 15 4 10 1 9 73 84
Toronto Native Sons 15 0 15 0 0 52 147

1941–42[edit]

The Toronto Bowles Rangers revert to being the Toronto Young Rangers. The Toronto St. Michael's Majors re-join the league. The Brantford Lions join the league. The Toronto Native Sons drop out halfway through the season, and declare all their games forfeit. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Brantford Lions 24 19 5 0 38 183 83
Oshawa Generals 24 17 7 0 34 143 88
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 24 13 11 0 26 100 115
Toronto Marlboros 24 12 10 2 26 73 79
Toronto Young Rangers 24 11 11 2 24 87 89
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 24 10 14 0 20 66 120
Toronto Native Sons* 0 24 0 0 43 120

1942–43[edit]

The Hamilton Whizzers join the league. The Stratford Kroehlers join the league. The Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters drop out of the league. The Toronto Young Rangers drop out of the league. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Oshawa Generals 22 17 5 0 36 134 72
Brantford Lions 22 12 10 2 26 102 98
Hamilton Whizzers 24 11 9 4 26 122 106
Stratford Kroehlers 25 7 9 9 24 75 78
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 21 9 11 1 23 92 99
Toronto Marlboros 21 8 12 1 17 105 119

1943–44[edit]

OHA split into two groups. Hamilton Whizzers become Hamilton Majors. Galt Canadians join the league. St. Catharines Falcons join the league. Port Colborne Recreationists join the league. Toronto Young Rangers re-join the league. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Group 1
Oshawa Generals 26 23 3 0 46 203 69
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 25 21 4 0 44 169 69
Hamilton Majors 25 12 12 1 25 113 124
Toronto Marlboros 26 8 15 1 18 73 122
Toronto Young Rangers 25 1 23 1 3 48 156
Group 2
St. Catharines Falcons 26 15 9 2 32 125 103
Galt Canadians 26 15 11 0 30 125 97
Brantford Lions 25 11 13 1 23 90 126
Port Colborne Recreationists 26 10 16 0 20 111 126
Stratford Kroehlers 25 7 16 2 16 99 154

1944–45[edit]

Groups dissolved. Galt Canadians become Galt Red Wings. The Brantford Lions, Stratford Kroehlers and Hamilton Majors drop out of league. The Port Colborne Recreationists drop out of the league mid-season. The Toronto St. Michael's Majors won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 19 18 1 0 36 174 54
St. Catharines Falcons 20 12 8 0 24 101 93
Galt Red Wings 20 12 8 0 24 83 91
Oshawa Generals 20 9 11 0 18 75 80
Toronto Young Rangers 19 6 13 0 12 56 90
Toronto Marlboros 20 2 18 0 4 52 141
Port Colborne Recreationists* 7 1 6 0 2 24 49

(*) folded mid-season

1945–46[edit]

Barrie Flyers join the league. Hamilton Lloyds join the league. The Toronto St. Michael's Majors won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 28 26 2 0 52 199 54
Galt Red Wings 28 22 6 0 44 187 96
Oshawa Generals 28 17 11 0 34 155 101
St. Catharines Falcons 28 14 14 0 28 133 123
Toronto Marlboros 28 11 16 1 23 78 111
Toronto Young Rangers 28 8 17 3 19 78 110
Barrie Flyers 28 8 18 2 18 89 171
Hamilton Lloyds 28 3 25 0 6 76 229

1946–47[edit]

Hamilton Lloyds become Hamilton Szabos. Windsor Spitfires join the league. Stratford Kroehlers rejoin the league. The Toronto St. Michael's Majors won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 36 33 3 0 66 234 59
Oshawa Generals 36 28 8 0 56 217 109
Galt Red Wings 36 27 9 0 54 232 99
Stratford Kroehlers 36 22 14 0 44 164 108
Toronto Marlboros 36 20 16 0 40 87 84
Barrie Flyers 35 17 16 2 36 129 144
Windsor Spitfires 36 10 24 2 22 75 125
St. Catharines Falcons 36 7 25 4 18 101 219
Hamilton Szabos 38 6 32 0 12 76 313
Toronto Young Rangers 36 6 30 0 12 62 117

1947–48[edit]

Hamilton drops out of the league. Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters join the league. The Galt Red Wings become the Galt Rockets. The St. Catharines Falcons become the St. Catharines Teepees. The Barrie Flyers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Windsor Spitfires 36 29 6 1 59 231 124
Oshawa Generals 36 27 8 1 55 173 80
Barrie Flyers 36 23 13 0 46 198 116
Stratford Kroehlers 36 21 13 2 44 151 134
Galt Rockets 36 18 13 5 41 168 129
St. Catharines Teepees 36 19 17 0 38 137 155
Toronto Marlboros 32 12 20 0 30 97 149
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 36 12 23 1 25 144 168
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 32 6 26 0 16 76 135
Toronto Young Rangers 31 1 30 0 2 63 259

1948–49[edit]

Toronto Young Rangers drop out of the league. The Barrie Flyers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Windsor Spitfires 48 34 13 1 69 272 184
Barrie Flyers 48 28 16 4 60 208 134
Oshawa Generals 48 27 18 3 57 207 172
St. Catharines Teepees 48 25 20 3 53 191 198
Stratford Kroehlers 48 25 21 2 52 190 200
Toronto Marlboros 48 20 24 4 44 168 176
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 48 20 26 2 42 169 221
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 48 13 31 4 30 96 128
Galt Rockets 48 11 34 3 25 154 252

1949–50[edit]

The Galt Rockets become the Galt Black Hawks. The Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 48 37 9 2 76 253 119
Windsor Spitfires 48 34 13 1 69 307 169
St. Catharines Teepees 48 27 17 4 58 269 211
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 48 26 18 4 56 189 157
Barrie Flyers 48 21 24 3 45 180 217
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 48 19 26 3 41 164 213
Stratford Kroehlers 48 14 31 3 31 165 218
Galt Black Hawks 48 14 32 2 30 144 265
Oshawa Generals 48 12 34 2 26 160 262

1950–51[edit]

The Waterloo Hurricanes join the league. The Barrie Flyers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Barrie Flyers 54 38 14 2 78 276 161
Toronto Marlboros 54 32 16 6 70 220 167
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 54 31 16 7 69 256 194
Windsor Spitfires 54 32 18 4 68 209 167
Oshawa Generals 54 26 26 2 54 250 231
St. Catharines Teepees 54 23 24 7 53 200 192
Galt Black Hawks 54 21 39 4 48 181 223
Stratford Kroehlers 54 20 28 6 46 200 230
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 54 16 31 7 39 189 244
Waterloo Hurricanes 54 7 44 3 17 163 339

1951–52[edit]

The Kitchener Greenshirts join the league. The Stratford Kroehlers drop out of the league. The Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 53 39 8 6 84 302 146
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 54 37 13 4 78 341 197
Galt Black Hawks 54 35 17 2 72 307 213
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 53 30 20 3 63 227 188
St. Catharines Teepees 54 30 23 1 61 249 229
Kitchener Greenshirts 54 29 22 3 61 231 213
Barrie Flyers 53 22 30 1 47 225 230
Waterloo Hurricanes 53 15 37 1 31 215 363
Windsor Spitfires 54 9 42 3 21 172 355
Oshawa Generals 54 7 41 6 20 146 281

1952–53[edit]

The Waterloo Hurricanes drop out of the league. The Barrie Flyers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Barrie Flyers 56 37 17 2 76 258 187
Toronto Marlboros 56 32 17 7 71 199 139
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 56 31 18 7 69 238 181
St. Catharines Teepees 56 31 20 5 67 219 234
Galt Black Hawks 56 27 26 3 57 242 225
Oshawa Generals 56 24 29 3 51 230 271
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 56 22 32 2 46 212 244
Windsor Spitfires 56 16 35 5 37 127 186
Kitchener Greenshirts 56 15 38 3 33 181 239

1953–54[edit]

The Windsor Spitfires become the Hamilton Tiger Cubs. The Oshawa Generals drop out of the league, after a fire destroys the Hambly Arena. The St. Catharines Teepees won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
St. Catharines Teepees 59 42 15 2 86 308 211
Toronto Marlboros 59 34 18 7 75 242 160
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 58 31 24 3 65 222 208
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 59 30 26 3 63 246 211
Kitchener Greenshirts 59 27 27 5 59 236 211
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 59 26 31 2 54 248 268
Barrie Flyers 59 25 33 1 51 260 285
Galt Black Hawks 59 21 37 1 43 204 288

1954–55[edit]

The Kitchener Greenshirts become the Kitchener Canucks. The Toronto Marlboros won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
St. Catharines Teepees 49 32 15 2 66 260 176
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 49 32 15 2 66 211 158
Toronto Marlboros 49 29 17 3 61 189 142
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 49 26 19 4 56 171 151
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 49 21 23 5 47 181 173
Galt Black Hawks 49 18 25 6 42 181 203
Barrie Flyers 49 18 31 0 36 169 251
Kitchener Canucks 49 8 39 2 18 140 248

1955–56[edit]

The Galt Black Hawks drop out of the league. The Toronto Marlboros won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
St. Catharines Teepees 48 28 17 3 59 219 197
Kitchener Canucks 48 26 21 1 53 222 198
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 48 25 20 3 53 262 195
Toronto Marlboros 48 23 21 4 50 174 164
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 48 22 23 3 47 181 197
Barrie Flyers 48 20 25 3 43 179 207
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 48 13 30 5 31 171 250

1956–57[edit]

The Kitchener Canucks become the Peterborough TPT Petes. The Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 52 37 12 3 77 237 143
Toronto Marlboros 52 35 14 3 73 189 133
St. Catharines Teepees 52 25 25 2 52 184 193
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 52 23 24 5 51 195 189
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 52 24 26 2 50 170 191
Barrie Flyers 52 13 37 2 28 147 218
Peterborough TPT Petes 52 11 40 1 23 139 239

1957–58[edit]

The Hamilton Spectator donated a trophy awarded annually to the team that finished first overall in the regular season. The St. Catharines Teepees won the first Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Toronto Marlboros won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
St. Catharines Teepees 52 32 14 6 70 246 174
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 52 27 18 7 61 200 176
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 52 23 22 7 53 176 189
Toronto Marlboros 52 21 21 10 52 210 186
Peterborough TPT Petes 52 21 25 6 48 159 185
Barrie Flyers 51 18 29 4 40 201 234
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 52 13 34 5 31 137 223

1958–59[edit]

The St. Catharines Teepees repeated their first overall finish in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Peterborough TPT Petes won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
St. Catharines Teepees 54 40 11 3 84 257 175
Peterborough TPT Petes 54 29 20 5 63 222 179
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 54 23 18 13 59 220 226
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 48 19 24 5 51 149 159
Barrie Flyers 54 21 27 6 48 178 192
Toronto Marlboros 54 19 27 8 46 160 213
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 54 11 35 8 30 167 229

1959–60[edit]

The Toronto Marlboros finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The St. Catharines Teepees won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 48 28 17 3 59 222 180
St. Catharines Teepees 48 25 19 4 54 209 191
Barrie Flyers 48 24 18 6 54 193 172
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 48 23 19 6 52 149 150
Peterborough TPT Petes 48 22 23 3 47 206 205
Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters 48 19 21 8 46 197 185
Hamilton Tiger Cubs 48 10 34 4 24 158 251

1960–61[edit]

The Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters become the Guelph Royals. The Barrie Flyers become the Niagara Falls Flyers. The Hamilton Tiger Cubs become the Hamilton Red Wings. The Guelph Royals finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Toronto St. Michael's Majors won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Guelph Royals 48 30 9 9 69 255 165
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 48 26 16 6 58 160 160
Hamilton Red Wings 48 22 19 7 51 192 148
Niagara Falls Flyers 48 22 21 5 49 165 166
St. Catharines Teepees 48 18 24 6 42 167 204
Peterborough TPT Petes 48 16 24 8 40 167 188
Toronto Marlboros 48 9 30 9 27 136 211

1961–62[edit]

The Montreal Jr. Canadiens join the OHA from the Quebec Junior Hockey League. The Metro Junior A League starts. Its teams will be the St. Michael's Majors, Toronto Marlboros, Brampton 7Ups, Unionville Seaforths and Whitby Mohawks. The Montreal Junior Canadiens finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Hamilton Red Wings won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Provincial Jr. A.
Montreal Junior Canadiens 50 34 11 5 73 230 138
Hamilton Red Wings 50 32 12 6 70 220 162
St. Catharines Teepees 50 19 23 8 46 194 206
Niagara Falls Flyers 50 16 23 11 43 193 193
Guelph Royals 50 18 26 6 42 194 236
Peterborough Petes 50 9 33 8 26 114 210
Metro Jr. A.
Toronto St. Michael's Majors 33 25 7 1 55 170 91
Toronto Marlboros 33 18 9 6 44 141 103
Whitby Mohawks 36 14 20 2 30 123 170
Brampton 7–Ups 36 11 21 4 26 143 189
Unionville Seaforths 36 10 21 5 25 133 157

1962–63[edit]

The Oshawa Generals join the Metro Junior League. The St. Michael's Majors become the Toronto Neil McNeil Maroons. The Unionville Seaforths become Toronto Knob Hill Farms. The Whitby Mohawks become the Whitby Dunlops. The St. Catharines Teepees become the St. Catharines Black Hawks. The Niagara Falls Flyers finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, and won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the playoffs.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Provincial Jr. A.
Niagara Falls Flyers 50 31 12 7 69 212 146
Montreal Junior Canadiens 50 27 14 9 63 201 146
Peterborough Petes 50 21 18 11 53 144 132
Hamilton Red Wings 50 21 21 8 50 202 184
St. Catharines Black Hawks 50 15 24 11 41 172 224
Guelph Royals 50 9 35 6 24 158 257
Metro Jr. A.
Toronto Neil McNeil Maroons 40 33 4 3 69 260 110
Toronto Marlboros 40 22 12 6 50 217 159
Toronto Knob Hill Farms 40 14 20 6 34 121 154
Whitby Dunlops 40 11 21 8 30 167 225
Oshawa Generals 40 12 23 5 29 146 222
Brampton 7–Ups 40 12 24 4 28 157 208

1963–64[edit]

The Metro Junior League disbands. The Toronto Marlboros rejoin the OHA, as do the Oshawa Generals although they play their first season in Bowmanville. The other teams in the Metro Junior League cease operations. The Guelph Royals become the Kitchener Rangers. The Toronto Marlboros, now the only team representing Toronto in an OHA Junior A season in the league's history, finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, and won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the playoffs.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 56 40 9 7 87 336 195
Montreal Junior Canadiens 56 35 16 5 75 289 188
St. Catharines Black Hawks 56 29 20 7 65 244 215
Niagara Falls Flyers 56 26 22 8 60 207 178
Peterborough Petes 56 24 25 7 55 176 200
Oshawa Generals 56 22 28 6 50 236 246
Hamilton Red Wings 56 11 35 10 32 193 285
Kitchener Rangers 56 9 41 6 24 142 316

1964–65[edit]

The Niagara Falls Flyers finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, and won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the playoffs.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Niagara Falls Flyers 56 36 11 9 81 236 168
Toronto Marlboros 56 32 17 7 71 259 222
Peterborough Petes 56 28 20 8 64 243 197
Oshawa Generals 56 23 24 9 55 224 233
Montreal Junior Canadiens 56 20 28 8 48 215 214
Kitchener Rangers 56 19 32 5 43 225 284
St. Catharines Black Hawks 56 19 28 9 41 236 253
Hamilton Red Wings 56 14 31 11 39 220 287

1965–66[edit]

The London Nationals are granted a franchise, moving their Junior B team of the same name to Ingersoll. The Peterborough Petes finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Peterborough Petes 48 24 14 10 58 211 171
Montreal Junior Canadiens 48 24 15 9 57 200 147
Niagara Falls Flyers 48 23 15 10 56 210 162
Oshawa Generals 48 22 18 8 52 217 178
Hamilton Red Wings 48 22 20 6 50 203 217
Toronto Marlboros 48 20 18 10 50 203 211
Kitchener Rangers 48 16 23 9 41 160 183
St. Catharines Black Hawks 48 15 26 7 37 182 231
London Nationals 48 12 29 7 31 149 235

1966–67[edit]

The Kitchener Rangers finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Toronto Marlboros won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Kitchener Rangers 48 28 12 8 64 213 164
Niagara Falls Flyers 48 23 15 10 56 238 195
Toronto Marlboros 48 23 15 10 56 208 184
Hamilton Red Wings 48 22 21 5 49 172 161
St. Catharines Black Hawks 48 19 20 9 47 175 155
London Nationals 48 18 21 9 45 185 214
Montreal Junior Canadiens 48 16 23 9 41 176 204
Peterborough Petes 48 15 23 10 40 183 219
Oshawa Generals 48 12 26 10 34 138 192

1967–68[edit]

The Ottawa 67's are granted a franchise. The Kitchener Rangers finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Niagara Falls Flyers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Kitchener Rangers 54 38 10 6 82 326 175
Montreal Junior Canadiens 54 39 12 3 81 261 170
Hamilton Red Wings 54 31 13 10 72 253 162
Niagara Falls Flyers 54 32 15 7 71 255 169
Toronto Marlboros 54 31 17 6 68 273 179
St. Catharines Black Hawks 54 21 30 3 45 200 211
London Nationals 54 17 31 6 40 177 262
Peterborough Petes 54 13 30 11 37 183 243
Oshawa Generals 54 12 37 5 29 177 310
Ottawa 67's 54 6 45 3 15 105 329

1968–69[edit]

The London Nationals become the London Knights. The Montreal Junior Canadiens finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, and won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the playoffs.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Montreal Junior Canadiens 54 37 11 6 80 303 171
St. Catharines Black Hawks 54 31 11 12 74 296 206
Peterborough Petes 54 27 18 9 63 222 193
Niagara Falls Flyers 54 28 24 2 58 223 229
Hamilton Red Wings 54 27 24 3 57 207 190
Toronto Marlboros 54 21 27 6 48 222 239
London Knights 54 19 26 9 47 242 258
Ottawa 67's 54 20 28 6 46 214 253
Oshawa Generals 54 18 28 8 44 233 268
Kitchener Rangers 54 9 40 5 23 155 310

1969–70[edit]

The Montreal Junior Canadiens finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, and won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the playoffs.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Montreal Junior Canadiens 54 37 12 5 79 316 200
Peterborough Petes 54 29 13 12 70 240 172
St. Catharines Black Hawks 54 30 18 6 66 268 210
Toronto Marlboros 54 26 17 11 63 239 201
Ottawa 67's 54 21 23 10 52 213 206
London Knights 54 22 25 7 51 209 238
Kitchener Rangers 54 22 28 4 48 210 236
Oshawa Generals 54 17 27 10 44 213 252
Hamilton Red Wings 54 16 26 12 44 207 238
Niagara Falls Flyers 54 10 41 3 23 151 313

1970–71[edit]

The Peterborough Petes finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The St. Catharines Black Hawks won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Peterborough Petes 62 41 13 8 90 290 174
St. Catharines Black Hawks 62 40 17 5 85 343 236
Ottawa 67's 62 37 19 6 80 296 218
Montreal Junior Canadiens 62 35 19 8 78 295 235
Toronto Marlboros 62 28 26 8 64 353 304
Kitchener Rangers 62 26 32 4 56 267 283
Hamilton Red Wings 62 22 35 5 49 224 328
London Knights 62 19 35 8 46 232 281
Oshawa Generals 62 18 37 7 46 232 316
Niagara Falls Flyers 62 11 44 7 29 193 350

1971–72[edit]

The Toronto Marlboros finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The Peterborough Petes won the J. Ross Robertson Cup.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 63 45 15 3 93 363 256
Oshawa Generals 63 35 18 10 80 296 251
Peterborough Petes 63 34 20 9 77 292 227
Ottawa 67's 63 33 25 5 71 251 216
Kitchener Rangers 63 31 24 8 70 317 259
Niagara Falls Flyers 63 27 27 9 63 280 293
St. Catharines Black Hawks 63 25 31 7 57 258 311
London Knights 63 23 31 9 55 253 285
Montreal Junior Canadiens 63 13 40 10 36 237 315
Hamilton Red Wings 63 11 46 6 28 200 334

1972–73[edit]

Junior 'A' hockey is divided into "Tier I" and "Tier II." The OHA Junior A teams from 1972 became the Tier I division. The Montreal Junior Canadiens move to the QMJHL; the Niagara Falls Flyers move to Sudbury and become the Sudbury Wolves; Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds granted a franchise. The Toronto Marlboros finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy, and won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the playoffs.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Toronto Marlboros 63 47 7 9 103 416 199
Peterborough Petes 63 42 13 8 92 330 234
Ottawa 67's 63 41 15 7 89 391 243
London Knights 63 33 22 8 74 334 246
St. Catharines Black Hawks 63 24 28 11 59 280 318
Oshawa Generals 63 23 32 8 54 295 310
Sudbury Wolves 63 21 32 10 52 289 379
Kitchener Rangers 63 16 41 6 38 244 368
Hamilton Red Wings 63 15 41 7 37 244 374
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 63 11 42 10 32 244 396

1973–74[edit]

The Kingston Canadians are granted a franchise. The Kitchener Rangers finished first overall in the regular season, winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy. The St. Catharines Black Hawks won the J. Ross Robertson Cup. The OHA became the OMJHL for the 1974–75 OMJHL season.

Team GP W L T Pts GF GA
Kitchener Rangers 70 43 18 9 95 377 229
St. Catharines Black Hawks 70 41 23 6 88 358 278
Peterborough Petes 70 35 21 14 84 255 230
London Knights 70 36 27 7 79 282 250
Sudbury Wolves 70 31 26 13 75 298 288
Oshawa Generals 70 33 29 8 74 283 275
Ottawa 67's 70 30 31 9 69 293 276
Toronto Marlboros 70 30 31 9 69 293 276
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 70 24 40 6 54 295 352
Kingston Canadians 70 20 43 7 47 256 378
Hamilton Red Wings 70 16 49 5 37 221 376

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