2006–07 OPJHL season

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2006–07 OPJHL season
League Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2006-09-07 – 2007-02-06
Playoffs
2007-02-08 – 2007-04-13
Champions Aurora Tigers
Number of teams 35
Commissioner Bob Hooper
OPJHL seasons

 2005–06

2007–08 

The 2006–07 OPJHL season is the 14th season of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League (OPJHL). The thirty-six teams of the North, South, East, and West divisions will compete in a 49-game schedule.

Come February, the top eight teams of each division competed for the Frank L. Buckland Trophy, the OJHL championship. The winner of the Buckland Cup, the Aurora Tigers, competed in the Central Canadian Junior "A" championship, the Dudley Hewitt Cup, and won. Once successful against the winners of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League and Superior International Junior Hockey League, the champion Tigers then moved on to play in the Canadian Junior A Hockey League championship, the 2007 Royal Bank Cup where they became national champions.

Changes[edit]

Final standings[edit]

as of February 6, 2008
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

East Division
Team Centre 2006-07 Record GF-GA Points
zx-Bowmanville Eagles Bowmanville 39-6-3-1 248-125 82
x-Wellington Dukes Wellington 38-5-4-2 219-92 82
x-Port Hope Predators Port Hope 31-11-5-2 209-138 69
x-Kingston Voyageurs Kingston 26-17-3-3 195-166 58
x-Peterborough Stars Peterborough 20-25-3-1 173-208 44
x-Oswego Admirals Oswego 19-25-2-3 154-188 43
x-Trenton Sting Trenton 17-26-2-4 169-213 40
x-Lindsay Muskies Lindsay 15-27-5-2 171-218 37
wc-Cobourg Cougars Cobourg 15-29-4-1 165-225 35
y-Bancroft Hawks Bancroft 6-39-3-1 134-269 16
South Division
Team Centre 2006-07 Record GF-GA Points
zx-Vaughan Vipers Vaughan 32-7-7-3 192-108 74
x-St. Michael's Buzzers Toronto 33-9-7-0 209-128 73
x-Markham Waxers Markham 31-16-2-0 199-158 64
x-Toronto Jr. Canadiens Downsview 26-16-5-2 202-162 59
x-Pickering Panthers Pickering 26-21-2-0 222-189 54
x-Durham Fury Oshawa 16-31-2-0 131-207 34
x-Ajax Attack Ajax 13-31-3-2 144-249 31
wc-North York Rangers North York 12-30-3-4 162-248 31
West Division
Team Centre 2006-07 Record GF-GA Points
zx-Brampton Capitals Brampton 39-7-1-2 282-142 81
x-Oakville Blades Oakville 38-9-1-1 269-125 78
x-Hamilton Red Wings Hamilton 37-8-2-2 270-129 78
x-Georgetown Raiders Georgetown 31-12-3-3 250-180 68
x-Burlington Cougars Burlington 30-12-4-3 259-158 67
x-Streetsville Derbys Streetsville 20-24-3-2 190-226 45
x-Mississauga Chargers Mississsauga 15-33-0-1 179-272 31
x-Milton Icehawks Milton 12-31-4-2 142-235 30
wc-Buffalo Jr. Sabres Buffalo 9-35-5-0 154-298 23
y-Bramalea Blues Bramalea 1-45-1-2 111-360 5
North Division
Team Centre 2006-07 Record GF-GA Points
zx-Aurora Tigers Aurora 44-4-1-0 260-99 89
x-Stouffville Spirit Stouffville 28-16-3-2 199-164 61
x-Collingwood Blues Collingwood 22-19-4-3 157-196 51
x-Huntsville-Muskoka Otters Huntsville 20-21-4-3 182-186 47
x-Newmarket Hurricanes Newmarket 17-29-2-1 157-203 37
x-Seguin Bruins Parry Sound 16-30-1-2 155-199 35
y-Orangeville Crushers Orangeville 9-36-3-1 131-213 22

Please Note: "x-" implies clinched playoff berth, "zx-" implies clinched division, "wc-" clinched Wild Card, "y-" Eliminated from Playoffs.

Teams listed on the official league website [1].

Standings listed by Pointstreak on official league website [2].

2006-07 Frank L. Buckland Trophy Playoffs[edit]

For the Central Canada Championship, please go to the Dudley Hewitt Cup.
For the National Championship, please go to the Royal Bank Cup 2007.

Championship Round[edit]

Semi-finals Buckland Trophy Finals
           
East Wellington Dukes 4
South St. Michael's Buzzers 1
East Wellington Dukes 1
North Aurora Tigers 4
West Hamilton Red Wings 1
North Aurora Tigers 4

Divisional Playoffs[edit]

East/South[edit]

Division Quarter-finals Division Semi-finals Division Finals Buckland Trophy Semi-final
                       
E1 Bowmanville 4
E8 Lindsay 1
E1 Bowmanville 1
E4 Kingston 4
E4 Kingston 4
E5 Peterborough 1
E4 Kingston 1
East
E2 Wellington 4
E2 Wellington 4
E7 Trenton 0
E2 Wellington 4
E3 Port Hope 1
E3 Port Hope 3
E6 Oswego 0
E2 Wellington 4
S2 St. Michael's 1
S1 Vaughan 4
WC2 North York 1
S1 Vaughan 3
S5 Pickering 4
S4 Toronto 3
S5 Pickering 4
S5 Pickering 0
South
S2 St. Michael's 4
S2 St. Michael's 4
S7 Ajax 0
S2 St. Michael's 4
S3 Markham 3
S3 Markham 4
S6 Durham 0

West/North[edit]

Division Quarter-finals Division Semi-finals Division Finals Buckland Trophy Semi-final
                       
W1 Brampton 4
W8 Milton 1
W1 Brampton 1
W4 Georgetown 4
W4 Georgetown 4
W5 Burlington 2
W4 Georgetown 0
West
W3 Hamilton 4
W2 Oakville 4
W7 Mississauga 0
W2 Oakville 2
W3 Hamilton 4
W3 Hamilton 4
W6 Streetsville 0
W3 Hamilton 1
N1 Aurora 4
N1 Aurora 4
WC3 Buffalo 0
N1 Aurora 4
N5 Newmarket 2
N4 Huntsville 1
N5 Newmarket 4
N1 Aurora 4
North
N2 Stouffville 1
N2 Stouffville 4
WC1 Cobourg 0
N2 Stouffville 4
N3 Collingwood 0
N3 Collingwood 4
N6 Seguin 3

Note: E is East, S is South, W is West, N is North, WC is Wild Card.

Playoff results are listed by Pointstreak on the official league website [3].

Dudley Hewitt Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by Abitibi Eskimos in Iroquois Falls, Ontario. Aurora finished first.

Round Robin

Aurora Tigers 4 - Soo Indians 1
Aurora Tigers 6 - Schreiber Diesels 3
Aurora Tigers 7 - Abitibi Eskimos 0

Final

Aurora Tigers 10 - Schreiber Diesels 0

2007 Royal Bank Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by Prince George Spruce Kings in Prince George, British Columbia. Aurora finished first.

Round Robin

Aurora Tigers 4 - Selkirk Steelers 2
Pembroke Lumber Kings 5 - Aurora Tigers 3
Aurora Tigers 6 - Prince George Spruce Kings 3
Aurora Tigers 7 - Camrose Kodiaks 4

Semi-final

Aurora Tigers 3 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 2 OT

Final

Aurora Tigers 3 - Prince George Spruce Kings 1

Scoring leaders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Scott Freeman Bowmanville Eagles 43 33 64 97 43
David Ross Bowmanville Eagles 47 38 50 88 32
Joe Hall Wellington Dukes 49 46 31 77 70
Steve Mullin Hamilton Red Wings 49 28 49 77 26
David Kostuch Markham Waxers 43 39 36 75 64
Kerry Barchan Burlington Cougars 49 34 41 75 58
Spencer Abbott Hamilton Red Wings 49 32 43 75 22
Aaron Chambers Huntsville-Muskoka Otters 48 40 32 72 104
Dylan Clarke Kingston Voyageurs 47 40 32 72 46
Matt Ferreira Brampton Capitals 48 38 34 72 20

Leading goaltenders[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played; Mins = Minutes Played; W = Wins; L = Losses: OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GA = Goals Allowed; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP Mins W L T GA SO Sv% GAA
Edward Pasquale Wellington Dukes 18 1090:55 13 3 2 35 1 .927 1.92
Dan Dunn Wellington Dukes 27 1545:52 19 4 2 50 2 .934 1.94
Tyler Gordon Aurora Tigers 33 1949:16 27 4 1 65 3 .932 2.00
Kori Coelho Oakville Blades 18 1079:58 15 3 0 37 2 .902 2.06
Cameron Talbot Hamilton Red Wings 28 1644:16 19 5 2 57 1 .918 2.08

Players selected in 2007 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Preceded by
2005–06 OPJHL season
OJHL seasons Succeeded by
2007–08 OPJHL season