1993–94 MetJHL season

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1993–94 MetJHL season
League Metro Junior A Hockey League
Duration Regular season
1993-09 – 1994-02
Playoffs
1994-02 – 1994-04
Champions Wexford Raiders
Number of teams 14
MetJHL seasons

 1992–93

1994–95 

The 1993–94 MetJHL season is the 3rd season of the Metro Junior A Hockey League (MetJHL). The 14 teams of the Fullan and Bauer Divisions competed in a 50-game schedule. The top 4 teams in each division made the playoffs.

The winner of the MetJHL playoffs, the Wexford Raiders, attended the Buckland Cup championship hosted by the team they beat in the league final, the Caledon Canadians. Caledon won the Buckland Cup as hosts, but lost the 1994 Dudley Hewitt Cup in Timmins, Ontario.

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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

Bauer Division
Team GP W L T GF GA P
Wexford Raiders 50 36 11 3 283 157 75
Thornhill Islanders 50 30 18 2 253 206 62
Wellington Dukes 50 28 20 2 263 225 58
Kingston Voyageurs 50 26 21 3 216 207 55
Oshawa Legionaires 50 25 24 1 244 237 51
North York Rangers 50 12 32 6 213 306 30
Pickering Panthers 50 4 43 3 171 345 11
Fullan Division
Team GP W L T GF GA P
Caledon Canadians 50 35 12 3 275 188 73
Muskoka Bears 50 28 14 8 246 183 64
St. Michael's Buzzers 50 25 19 6 249 204 56
Bramalea Blues 50 20 22 8 262 295 48
Aurora Tigers 50 20 26 4 235 268 44
Richmond Hill Riot 50 17 30 3 232 274 37
Mississauga Senators 50 17 31 2 213 260 36

1993-94 MetJHL Playoffs[edit]

For the Central Canadian Championship, please see Dudley Hewitt Cup.
For the National Championship, please see 1994 Centennial Cup.

Quarter-final

Wexford Raiders defeated Kingston Voyageurs 4-games-to-1
Thornhill Islanders defeated Wellington Dukes 4-games-to-1
Caledon Canadians defeated Bramalea Blues 4-games-to-2
Muskoka Bears defeated St. Michael's Buzzers 4-games-to-2

Semi-final

Wexford Raiders defeated Thornhill Islanders 4-games-to-none
Caledon Canadians defeated Muskoka Bears 4-games-to-2

Final

Wexford Raiders defeated Caledon Canadians 4-games-to-none

1994 Buckland Cup Championships[edit]

The event was hosted by the Caledon Canadians in North York, Ontario. The Caledon Canadians won the event, Wexford Raiders finished third in the round robin and did not advance.

Round Robin

Caledon Canadians defeated Wexford Raiders 4-2
Caledon Canadians defeated Powassan Hawks (NOJHL) 3-2 OT
Orillia Terriers (OPJHL) defeated Wexford Raiders 4-3 OT
Orillia Terriers (OPJHL) defeated Caledon Canadians 3-0
Wexford Raiders defeated Powassan Hawks (NOJHL) 4-3

Final

Caledon Canadians defeated Orillia Terriers (OPJHL) 3-1

1994 Dudley Hewitt Cup Championships[edit]

The event was hosted by the Timmins Golden Bears in Timmins, Ontario, Hearst, Ontario, and Kirkland Lake, Ontario. The Caledon Canadians lost in the semi-final.

Round Robin

Chateauguay Elites (QPJHL) defeated Caledon Canadians 5-4
Gloucester Rangers (CJHL) defeated Caledon Canadians 6-1
Caledon Canadians defeated Timmins Golden Bears (NOJHL) 4-2
Caledon Canadians defeated Thunder Bay Flyers (USHL) 3-1

Semi-final

Thunder Bay Flyers (USHL) defeated Caledon Canadians 4-3

Players selected in 1994 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

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Preceded by
1992–93 MetJHL season
Ontario Hockey Association
Junior A seasons
Succeeded by
1994–95 MetJHL season