2010–11 OHL season

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2010–11 OHL season
League Ontario Hockey League
Duration Preseason
2010-09-03 – 2010-09-19
Regular season
2010-09-23 – 2011-03-20
Playoffs
2011-03-24 – 2011-05-15
Champions Owen Sound Attack
Number of teams 20
Commissioner David Branch
Television Rogers TV, TVCogeco
OHL seasons

 2009–10

2011–12 

The 2010–11 OHL season was the 31st season of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Twenty teams played 68 games each during the regular season schedule, which started on September 23, 2010 and ended on March 20, 2011.

The playoffs began on March 24, 2011 and ended on May 15, 2011, with the Owen Sound Attack winning the J. Ross Robertson Cup, and a berth in the 2011 Memorial Cup, hosted by the Mississauga Majors of the OHL in Mississauga, Ontario.

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

Eastern Conference[edit]

East Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA Rank
y-Ottawa 67's 68 44 19 3 2 93 278 199 2
x-Oshawa Generals 68 39 19 4 6 88 273 240 4
x-Kingston Frontenacs 68 29 30 4 5 67 245 279 5
x-Belleville Bulls 68 21 43 0 4 46 175 271 8
Peterborough Petes 68 20 45 1 2 43 194 298 9
Central Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA Rank
z-Mississauga Majors 68 53 13 0 2 108 287 170 1
x-Niagara IceDogs 68 45 17 2 4 96 273 197 3
x-Brampton Battalion 68 29 32 1 6 65 190 214 6
x-Sudbury Wolves 68 29 35 2 2 62 235 276 7
Barrie Colts 68 15 49 2 2 34 231 348 10

Western Conference[edit]

Midwest Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA Rank
z-Owen Sound Attack 68 46 17 1 4 97 283 215 1
x-Kitchener Rangers 68 38 21 4 5 85 256 217 3
x-Erie Otters 68 40 26 1 1 82 281 227 5
x-Guelph Storm 68 34 27 4 3 75 249 258 7
x-London Knights 68 34 29 4 1 73 230 253 8
West Division GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA Rank
y-Saginaw Spirit 68 40 22 4 2 86 243 207 2
x-Windsor Spitfires 68 39 23 3 3 84 280 247 4
x-Plymouth Whalers 68 36 26 2 4 78 249 219 6
Sarnia Sting 68 25 36 5 2 57 242 321 9
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 68 24 36 5 3 56 238 277 10

Scoring leaders[edit]

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Tyler Toffoli Ottawa 67's 68 57 51 108 33
Jason Akeson Kitchener Rangers 67 24 84 108 23
Ryan Strome Niagara IceDogs 65 33 73 106 82
Nail Yakupov Sarnia Sting 65 49 52 101 71
Ryan Ellis Windsor Spitfires 58 24 76 100 61
Christian Thomas Oshawa Generals 66 54 45 99 38
Taylor Beck Guelph Storm 62 42 53 95 60
Greg McKegg Erie Otters 66 49 43 92 35
Michael Latta Guelph Storm 68 34 55 89 158
Peter Holland Guelph Storm 67 37 51 88 57

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 SL GA SO Sv% GAA
J.P. Anderson Mississauga Majors 51 2897 38 10 0 1 114 6 0.911 2.36
Mark Visentin Niagara IceDogs 46 2714 30 9 2 4 114 4 0.917 2.52
Mike Morrison Kitchener Rangers 27 1470 15 6 0 3 65 2 0.912 2.65
Cody St. Jacques Brampton Battalion 26 1569 15 10 1 0 71 1 0.895 2.71
Petr Mrazek Ottawa 67's 52 3109 33 15 1 2 147 4 0.920 2.84

OHL Playoffs[edit]

Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Finals OHL Championship
                       
1 Mississauga 4
8 Belleville 0
1 Mississauga 4
7 Sudbury 0
2 Ottawa 0
7 Sudbury 4
1 Mississauga 4
Eastern
3 Niagara 1
3 Niagara 4
6 Brampton 0
3 Niagara 4
4 Oshawa 1
4 Oshawa 4
5 Kingston 1
E1 Mississauga 3
W1 Owen Sound 4
1 Owen Sound 4
8 London 2
1 Owen Sound 4
6 Plymouth 0
3 Kitchener 3
6 Plymouth 4
1 Owen Sound 4
Western
4 Windsor 1
2 Saginaw 4
7 Guelph 2
2 Saginaw 2
4 Windsor 4
4 Windsor 4
5 Erie 3

Conference Quarterfinals[edit]

Eastern Conference[edit]

(1) Mississauga Majors vs. (8) Belleville Bulls[edit]

Mississauga wins series 4 – 0


(2) Ottawa 67's vs. (7) Sudbury Wolves[edit]

Sudbury wins series 4 – 0. Note Game 1 was played at Scotiabank Place


(3) Niagara IceDogs vs. (6) Brampton Battalion[edit]

Niagara wins series 4 – 0


(4) Oshawa Generals vs. (5) Kingston Frontenacs[edit]

Oshawa wins series 4 – 1


Western Conference[edit]

(1) Owen Sound Attack vs. (8) London Knights[edit]

Owen Sound wins series 4 – 2


(2) Saginaw Spirit vs. (7) Guelph Storm[edit]

Saginaw wins series 4 – 2


(3) Kitchener Rangers vs. (6) Plymouth Whalers[edit]

Plymouth wins series 4 – 3


(4) Windsor Spitfires vs. (5) Erie Otters[edit]

Windsor wins series 4 – 3


Conference semifinals[edit]

Eastern Conference[edit]

(1) Mississauga Majors vs. (7) Sudbury Wolves[edit]

Mississauga wins series 4 – 0


(3) Niagara IceDogs vs. (4) Oshawa Generals[edit]

Niagara wins series 4 – 1


Western Conference[edit]

(1) Owen Sound Attack vs. (6) Plymouth Whalers[edit]

Owen Sound wins series 4 – 0


(2) Saginaw Spirit vs. (4) Windsor Spitfires[edit]

Windsor wins series 4 – 2


Conference finals[edit]

Eastern Conference[edit]

(1) Mississauga Majors vs. (3) Niagara IceDogs[edit]

Mississauga wins series 4 – 1


Western Conference[edit]

(1) Owen Sound Attack vs. (4) Windsor Spitfires[edit]

Owen Sound wins series 4 – 1


OHL Championship[edit]

(E1) Mississauga Majors vs. (W1) Owen Sound Attack[edit]

Owen Sound wins series 4–3


Playoff scoring leaders[edit]

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Robby Mignardi Owen Sound Attack 22 15 9 24 16
Joey Hishon Owen Sound Attack 22 5 19 24 32
Tom Kuhnhackl Windsor Spitfires 18 11 12 23 10
Devante Smith-Pelly Mississauga Majors 20 15 6 21 16
Garrett Wilson Owen Sound Attack 22 11 10 21 28
Alexander Khokhlachev Windsor Spitfires 18 9 11 20 8
Maxim Kitsyn Mississauga Majors 20 10 9 19 14
Justin Shugg Mississauga Majors 20 10 9 19 14
Christian Thomas Oshawa Generals 10 9 10 19 4
Ryan Ellis Windsor Spitfires 18 6 13 19 12

Playoff leading goaltenders[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played; Mins = Minutes Played; W = Wins; L = Losses; GA = Goals Allowed; SO = Shutouts; SV& = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP Mins W L GA SO Sv% GAA
Malcolm Subban Belleville Bulls 3 178 0 3 6 0 0.933 2.02
J. P. Anderson Mississauga Majors 20 1223 15 5 43 4 0.920 2.11
Michael Zador Owen Sound Attack 7 309 4 0 11 1 0.929 2.13
Mike Morrison Kitchener Rangers 3 180 2 1 7 1 0.939 2.33
Mark Visentin Niagara IceDogs 14 823 9 5 35 1 0.929 2.55

All-Star teams[edit]

The OHL All-Star Teams were selected by the OHL's General Managers.[1]

First team[edit]

Second team[edit]

Third team[edit]

Awards[edit]

J. Ross Robertson Cup: Owen Sound Attack
Hamilton Spectator Trophy: Mississauga Majors
Bobby Orr Trophy: Mississauga Majors
Wayne Gretzky Trophy: Owen Sound Attack
Emms Trophy: Mississauga Majors
Leyden Trophy: Ottawa 67's
Holody Trophy: Owen Sound Attack
Bumbacco Trophy: Saginaw Spirit
Red Tilson Trophy: Ryan Ellis, Windsor Spitfires
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy: Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa 67's & Jason Akeson, Kitchener Rangers
Matt Leyden Trophy: Mark Reeds, Owen Sound Attack
Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy: Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa 67's & Jason Akeson, Kitchener Rangers
Max Kaminsky Trophy: Ryan Ellis, Windsor Spitfires
OHL Goaltender of the Year: Mark Visentin, Niagara IceDogs
Jack Ferguson Award: Aaron Ekblad, Barrie Colts
Dave Pinkney Trophy: J.P. Anderson & Mikael Audette, Mississauga Majors
OHL Executive of the Year: Dale DeGray, Owen Sound Attack
Emms Family Award: Nail Yakupov, Sarnia Sting
F.W. "Dinty" Moore Trophy: Matej Machovsky, Guelph Storm & Brampton Battalion
Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy: Jack Walchessen, Peterborough Petes
William Hanley Trophy: Jason Akeson, Kitchener Rangers
Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy: Jason Akeson, Kitchener Rangers
Bobby Smith Trophy: Dougie Hamilton, Niagara IceDogs
Roger Neilson Memorial Award: Derek Lanoue, Windsor Spitfires
Ivan Tennant Memorial Award: Andrew D'Agostini, Peterborough Petes
Mickey Renaud Captain's Trophy: Ryan Ellis, Windsor Spitfires
Tim Adams Memorial Trophy: Aaron Berisha, Toronto Marlboros
Wayne Gretzky 99 Award: Robby Mignardi, Owen Sound Attack

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