1981–82 OJHL season

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1981–82 OJHL season
League Ontario Junior Hockey League
Duration Regular season
1981-09 – 1982-02
Playoffs
1982-02 – 1982-04
Champions Guelph Platers
Number of teams 11
OJHL seasons

 1980–81

1982–83 

The 1981–82 OJHL season is the 10th season of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL). The 11 teams of the league played a 50-game season. The top four teams of each division make the playoffs.

The winner of the OJHL playoffs, the Guelph Platers, won the OHA Buckland Cup and then the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian champions. The Platers then defeated the Callaghan Cup chammpions from the Maritime Provinces to move on to the 1982 Centennial Cup. The Platers lost the Centennial Cup for the national champions[1]

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Final standings[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points; x = clinched playoff berth; y = clinched division title; z = clinched conference title

Kennedy Division
Team GP W L T GF GA P
Aurora Tigers 50 31 15 4 310 252 66
Markham Waxers 50 26 19 5 304 265 57
Newmarket Flyers 50 20 24 6 287 298 46
Richmond Hill Rams 50 18 25 7 256 261 43
Orillia Travelways 50 11 37 2 214 335 24
North Bay Trappers 50 8 38 4 206 403 20
Ruddock Division
Team GP W L T GF GA P
Guelph Platers 50 40 4 6 328 152 86
Brampton Warriors 50 40 6 4 338 174 84
Dixie Beehives 50 19 24 7 236 234 45
North York Rangers 50 16 26 8 215 244 40
Hamilton Mountain A's 50 18 29 3 229 292 39

1981-82 OJHL Playoffs[edit]

For the Central Canada Championship, please go to the Dudley Hewitt Cup.
For the National Championship, please go to the 1982 Centennial Cup.

Quarter-final

Guelph Platers defeated North York Rangers 4-games-to-none
Dixie Beehives defeated Brampton Warriors 4-games-to-1
Markham Waxers defeated Aurora Tigers 4-games-to-1
Richmond Hill Rams defeated Newmarket Flyers 4-games-to-3

Semi-final

Guelph Platers defeated Richmond Hill Rams 4-games-to-none
Markham Waxers defeated Dixie Beehives 4-games-to-2

Final

Guelph Platers defeated Markham Waxers 4-games-to-1

OHA Buckland Cup Championship[edit]

The 1982 Buckland Cup was a best-of-5 series between the Onaping Falls Huskies (NOJHL) and the Guelph Platers. The winner moved on to the 1982 Dudley Hewitt Cup semi-final.

Guelph Platers defeated Onaping Falls Huskies 3-games-to-none
Guelph 6 - Onaping Falls 2
Guelph 8 - Onaping Falls 3
Guelph 6 - Onaping Falls 1

Dudley Hewitt Cup Championship[edit]

The 1982 Dudley Hewitt Cup was a four team playdown between the Guelph Platers, Thunder Bay Kings (TBHL), Pembroke Lumber Kings (CJHL), and La Prairie Flames (QJAHL). The winner moved on to the 1982 Eastern Centennial Cup championship.

Semi-final

Guelph Platers defeated Thunder Bay Kings (TBHL) 3-games-to-none
Guelph 7 - Thunder Bay 4
Guelph 5 - Thunder Bay 2
Guelph 7 - Thunder Bay 3

Final

Guelph Platers defeated Pembroke Lumber Kings (CJHL) 4-games-to-none
Guelph 3 - Pembroke 2
Guelph 10 - Pembroke 2
Guelph 6 - Pembroke 2
Guelph 7 - Pembroke 0

1982 Eastern Canada Championship[edit]

The 1982 Eastern Canada Centennial Cup championship was a best-of-7 series between the Moncton Hawks (NBJHL) and the Guelph Platers. The winner moved on to the 1982 Centennial Cup championship.

Guelph Platers defeated Moncton Hawks (NBJHL) 4-games-to-1
Guelph 8 - Moncton 2
Moncton 5 - Guelph 4
Guelph 13 - Moncton 4
Guelph 11 - Moncton 2
Guelph 14 - Moncton 4

1982 Centennial Cup Championship[edit]

The 1982 Centennial Cup was the best-of-7 Canadian National Junior A championship series between the Eastern Champion Guelph Platers and the Western Abbott Cup champion Prince Albert Raiders (SJHL).

Prince Albert Raiders (SJHL) defeated Guelph Platers 4-games-to-none
Prince Albert 9 - Guelph 4
Prince Albert 7 - Guelph 3
Prince Albert 6 - Guelph 3
Prince Albert 8 - Guelph 4

Leading Scorers[edit]

Player Team GP G A Pts
Adam Oates Markham Waxers 47 54 105 159
Steve Thomas Markham Waxers 48 68 57 125
John Scherer Brampton Warriors 49 65 51 116
Tod Stark Guelph Platers 49 50 54 104

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Preceded by
1980–81 OPJHL season
Ontario Hockey Association
Junior A Seasons
Succeeded by
1982–83 OJHL season