2010–11 CCHL season

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2010–11 CCHL season
League Central Canada Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2010-09-10 – 2011-03-06
Playoffs
2011-03-08 – 2011-04-14
Champions Pembroke Lumber Kings
Number of teams 12
Commissioner Kevin Abrams
CCHL seasons

 2009–10

2011–12 

The 2010–11 CCHL season was the 50th season of the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL).[1] The twelve teams of the CCHL played a 62-game schedule.

Come March, the top teams of the league played down for the Bogart Cup, the CHL championship. The winner of the Bogart Cup competed in the Eastern Canadian Junior "A" championship, the Fred Page Cup. Once successful against the winners of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League and Maritime Hockey League, the champion moved on to play in the Canadian Junior Hockey League championship, the 2011 Royal Bank Cup.

The Pembroke Lumber Kings won the league, the 2011 Fred Page Cup, and the 2011 Royal Bank Cup as National Junior A Champions.

Changes[edit]

  • League changes name from Central Junior Hockey League to Central Hockey League.
  • League changes name again to Central Canada Hockey League (January 2011).

Current 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-OTL-SOL Points
Cornwall Colts Cornwall, Ontario 48-13-1-0 97
Brockville Braves Brockville, Ontario 44-15-0-3 91
Carleton Place Canadians Carleton Place, Ontario 32-26-1-3 68
Smiths Falls Bears Smiths Falls, Ontario 27-29-3-3 60
Kemptville 73's Kemptville, Ontario 22-33-2-5 51
Hawkesbury Hawks Hawkesbury, Ontario 11-46-3-2 27
Yzerman Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL Points
Pembroke Lumber Kings Pembroke, Ontario 51-9-0-2 104
Gloucester Rangers Gloucester, Ontario 35-25-0-2 72
Nepean Raiders Nepean, Ontario 27-24-6-4 64
Kanata Stallions Kanata, Ontario 28-28-3-3 62
Ottawa Jr. Senators Ottawa, Ontario 26-29-2-5 59
Cumberland Grads Navan, Ontario 21-34-3-4 49

Teams listed on the official league website.[2]

Standings listed on official league website.[3]

2010-11 Bogart Cup Playoffs[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Bill Salonen Cup Finals
                           
  1  Pembroke 4  
8  Smiths Falls 0  
  1  Pembroke 4  
    4  Gloucester 0  
4  Gloucester 4
  5  Carleton Place 2  
    1  Pembroke 4
  2  Cornwall 2
  2  Cornwall 4  
7  Kanata 1  
2  Cornwall 4
    3  Brockville 1  
3  Brockville 4
  6  Nepean 3  


Playoff results are listed on the official league website.[4]

Fred Page Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by the Terrebonne Cobras in Terrebonne, Quebec. The Pembroke Lumber Kings finished in first place.

Round Robin

Pembroke Lumber Kings 11 - Longueuil College Francais (QJAAAHL) 2
Pembroke Lumber Kings 9 - Summerside Western Capitals (MHL) 5
Terrebonne Cobras (QJAAAHL) 6 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 5

Final

Pembroke Lumber Kings 6 - Longueuil College Francais (QJAAAHL) 3[5]

2011 Royal Bank Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by the Camrose Kodiaks in Camrose, Alberta. The Pembroke Lumber Kings finished in third place in the round robin and won the Semi-final and Final to win the National Championship.

Round Robin

Portage Terriers (MJHL) 5 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 2
Pembroke Lumber Kings 5 - Wellington Dukes (OJHL) 2
Camrose Kodiaks (AJHL) 2 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 1
Vernon Vipers (BCHL) 5 - Pembroke Lumber Kings 3

Semi-final

Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 - Camrose Kodiaks (AJHL) 2

Final

Pembroke Lumber Kings 2 - Vernon Vipers (BCHL) 0[6]

Scoring leaders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes[7]

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Jacob Laliberte Cornwall Colts 62 63 70 133 26
Tyler Tosunian Pembroke Lumber Kings 60 36 81 117 46
Andrew Creppin Gloucester Rangers 57 33 78 111 78
Michael Webley Gloucester Rangers 59 37 64 101 16
Tyson Spink Cornwall Colts 56 37 61 98 50
Tylor Spink Cornwall Colts 50 30 57 87 50
Mike McNamee Smiths Falls Bears 61 40 41 81 14
Ryan Lowe Carleton Place Canadians 60 24 53 77 46
Brent Norris Nepean Raiders 58 41 34 75 18
Kyle Rankin Kanata Stallions 60 22 51 73 48

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[8]

Player Team GP Mins W L OTL SOL GA SO Sv% GAA
Pete Karvouniaris Cornwall Colts 52 3021:08 40 10 0 0 110 6 .933 2.18
Scott Shackell Kanata Stallions 46 2620:07 26 17 1 1 129 3 .915 2.95
Justin Gilbert Brockville Braves 36 2141:07 25 10 0 1 88 3 .915 2.47
Jamie Phillips Pembroke Lumber Kings 33 1856:57 25 6 0 1 66 6 .913 2.13
William Betts Brockville Braves 27 1601:33 19 5 0 2 67 4 .908 2.51

Awards[edit]

Players selected in 2011 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]


Preceded by
2009–10 CJHL season
CCHL seasons Succeeded by
2011–12 CCHL season