2008–09 CJHL season

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2008–09 CJHL season
2008–09 CJHL season

League Central Junior A Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2008-09-12 – 2009-03-06
Playoffs
2009-03-08 – 2009-04-16
Champions Pembroke Lumber Kings
Number of teams 11
Commissioner Kevin Abrams
CJHL seasons

 2007–08

2009–10 

The 2008–09 CJHL season is the 48th season of the Central Junior A Hockey League (CJHL). The eleven teams of the CJHL will play 60-game schedules.

Come March, the top teams of the league will play down for the Bogart Cup, the CJHL championship. The winner of the Bogart Cup will compete in the Eastern Canadian Junior "A" championship, the Fred Page Cup. If successful against the winners of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League and Maritime Hockey League, the champion would then move on to play in the Canadian Junior Hockey League championship, the 2009 Royal Bank Cup.

Changes[edit]

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

Robinson Division
Team Centre W-L-T-OTL GF GA Points
z-Cumberland Grads Navan 38-16-0-6 244 187 82
x-Ottawa Jr. Senators Ottawa 30-23-0-7 194 201 67
x-Cornwall Colts Cornwall 30-29-0-1 188 215 61
x-Gloucester Rangers Gloucester 26-26-0-8 198 247 60
y-Hawkesbury Hawks Hawkesbury 8-47-0-5 140 300 21
Yzerman Division
Team Centre W-L-T-OTL GF GA Points
x-Pembroke Lumber Kings Pembroke 43-13-0-4 261 145 90
z-Nepean Raiders Nepean 42-12-0-6 248 145 90
x-Brockville Braves Brockville 36-20-0-4 240 185 76
x-Smiths Falls Bears Smiths Falls 36-22-0-2 247 205 74
y-Kanata Stallions Kanata 26-27-0-7 204 235 59
y-Kemptville 73's Kemptville 15-38-0-7 126 225 37

(x-) denotes berth into playoffs, (y-) denotes elimination from playoffs, (z-) clinched division.

Teams listed on the official league website.[1]

Standings listed on official league website.[2]

2008-09 Bogart Cup Playoffs[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Bogart Cup Finals
                 
1 Nepean 4
8 Gloucester 0
1 Nepean 4
6 Ottawa 0
4 Brockville 4
5 Smiths Falls 1
1 Nepean 2
2 Pembroke 4
2 Pembroke 4
7 Cornwall 1
2 Pembroke 4
4 Brockville 3
3 Cumberland 2
6 Ottawa 4

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

Fred Page Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by the Dieppe Commandos in Moncton, New Brunswick. Pembroke finished in third place.

Round Robin

Summerside Western Capitals (MJAHL) 4 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 3 OT
Dieppe Commandos (MJAHL) 3 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 1
Pembroke Lumber Kings 5 - Sherbrooke Cougars (QJAAAHL) 2

Semi-final

Summerside Western Capitals (MJAHL) 4 - Pembroke Lumber 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
Mike Byrd Brockville Braves 59 28 83 111 26
Andy Starczewski Pembroke Lumber Kings 60 51 56 107 30
Andrew Calof Nepean Raiders 59 47 53 100 50
Jacob Laliberte Cornwall Colts 50 42 48 90 14
Jeffrey Clarke Cumberland Grads 58 35 55 90 56
Damian Cross Pembroke Lumber Kings 59 26 63 89 52
Kyle Fletcher Kanata Stallions 60 41 46 87 43
Marc-Andre Labelle Cumberland Grads 53 41 44 85 44
Scott Cowie Nepean Raiders 60 30 53 83 24
Shayne Thompson Kanata Stallions 60 28 55 83 76

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 OTL SOL GA SO Sv% GAA
Eric Levine Pembroke Lumber Kings 35 2050:03 19 13 0 1 92 4 0.920 2.69
Adam Laderoute Cumberland Grads 42 2466:44 26 11 1 3 109 2 0.919 2.65
Darren MacDonald Nepean Raiders 40 2433:56 25 10 1 4 95 3 0.918 2.34
Ben Curley Kemptville 73's 31 1836:05 9 19 2 1 105 2 0.916 3.43
Wyatt Galley Nepean Raiders 20 1205:29 17 2 0 1 44 3 0.912 2.19

Awards[edit]

Players taken in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Preceded by
2007–08 CJHL season
CHL seasons Succeeded by
2009–10 CJHL season