2012–13 OJHL season

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2012–13 OJHL season
League Ontario Junior Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2012-09-07 – 2013-02-24
Playoffs
2013-02-25 – 2013-04-21
Champions St. Michael's Buzzers
Number of teams 22
Commissioner Marty Savoy
OJHL seasons

 2011–12 OJHL

2013–14 OJHL 

The 2012–13 OJHL season is the 19th season of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) and the third since the league existed as two separate bodies in 2009–10. The twenty-two teams of the North, South, East and West Divisions will play 55-game schedules.

Come February, the top teams of each division will play down for the Frank L. Buckland Trophy, the OJHL championship. The winner of the Buckland Cup will compete in the Central Canadian Junior "A" championship, the Dudley Hewitt Cup. If successful against the winners of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League and Superior International Junior Hockey League, the champion would then move on to play in the Canadian Junior Hockey League championship, the 2013 Royal Bank Cup.

Changes[edit]

Final Standings[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime Losses; SOL = Shootout Losses; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points; x = clinched playoff berth; y = clinched division title; z = clinched conference title; w = eliminated.

Shaded Green denotes divisional and conference leader, red is the other divisional leader, blue are teams in line for playoff seeds 3 through 8 of their conference.[2]

North-East Conference
North Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL Points
y-Aurora Tigers Aurora, Ontario 32-17-1-5 70
x-Newmarket Hurricanes Newmarket, Ontario 29-19-3-4 65
x-Lindsay Muskies Lindsay, Ontario 25-25-1-4 55
w-Stouffville Spirit Stouffville, Ontario 18-31-5-1 42
w-Pickering Panthers Pickering, Ontario 13-37-2-3 31
East Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL Points
zy-Trenton Golden Hawks Trenton, Ontario 40-10-1-4 85
x-Kingston Voyageurs Kingston, Ontario 34-15-1-5 74
x-Whitby Fury Whitby, Ontario 31-19-1-4 67
x-Wellington Dukes Wellington, Ontario 29-22-2-2 62
x-Cobourg Cougars Cobourg, Ontario 24-25-2-4 54
South-West Conference
South Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL Points
y-St. Michael's Buzzers Toronto, Ontario 37-15-3-0 77
x-North York Rangers North York, Ontario 33-14-4-4 74
x-Oakville Blades Oakville, Ontario 34-16-1-4 73
x-Toronto Lakeshore Patriots Etobicoke, Ontario 34-16-1-4 73
x-Toronto Jr. Canadiens Downsview, Ontario 27-23-2-3 59
w-Mississauga Chargers Mississauga, Ontario 22-29-1-3 48
West Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL Points
zy-Buffalo Jr. Sabres Amherst, New York 38-12-1-4 81
x-Georgetown Raiders Georgetown, Ontario 38-13-1-3 80
x-Burlington Cougars Burlington, Ontario 25-27-1-2 53
w-Milton Icehawks Milton, Ontario 19-27-4-5 47
w-Orangeville Flyers Orangeville, Ontario 18-34-0-3 39
w-Hamilton Red Wings Hamilton, Ontario 5-49-0-1 11

Teams listed on the official league website.[3]

Standings listed by Pointstreak on official league website.[4]

2012-13 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 2013 Royal Bank Cup.


  Conference Quarter-final Conference Semi-final Conference Final Buckland Cup
                                     
NE1  Trenton 0  
NE8  Cobourg 4  
  NE8  Cobourg 1  
    NE3  Kingston 4  
NE3  Kingston 4
NE6  Wellington 1  
  NE3  Kingston 3  
North-East
  NE5  Newmarket 4  
NE2  Aurora 2  
NE7  Lindsay 4  
  NE7  Lindsay 0
    NE5  Newmarket 4  
NE4  Whitby 2
NE5  Newmarket 4  
  NE5  Newmarket 3
  SW2  St. Michael's 4
SW1  Buffalo 4  
SW8  Burlington 0  
  SW1  Buffalo 2
    SW4  North York 4  
SW4  North York 4
SW5  Oakville 2  
  SW4  North York 2
South-West
  SW2  St. Michael's 4  
SW2  St. Michael's 4  
SW7  Toronto 2  
  SW2  St. Michael's 4
    SW3  Georgetown 1  
SW3  Georgetown 4
SW6  Lakeshore 2  

Playoff results are listed by Pointstreak on the official league website.[5]

Dudley Hewitt Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by the North Bay Trappers in North Bay, Ontario. The St. Michael's Buzzers lost the final.

Round Robin

St. Michael's Buzzers 4 - Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL) 2
St. Michael's Buzzers 5 - North Bay Trappers (NOJHL) 2
Minnesota Wilderness (SIJHL) 3 - St. Michael's Buzzers 0

Semi-final

St. Michael's Buzzers 5 - Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL) 1

Final

Minnesota Wilderness (SIJHL) 4 - St. Michael's Buzzers 3 OT

Scoring leaders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes[6]

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Tyler Gjurich Buffalo Jr. Sabres 53 53 44 97 34
Jonah Renouf Oakville Blades 53 29 65 94 18
Shane Bennett Milton Icehawks 54 45 42 87 72
John Carpino North York Rangers 54 42 41 83 78
Alex Botten Georgetown Raiders 49 22 58 80 60
Nathan Renouf Oakville Blades 54 21 56 77 28
Corey Kalk North York Rangers 52 31 45 76 80
Matt Buckles St. Michael's Buzzers 50 40 31 71 107
Daniel Leavens Newmarket Hurricanes 53 25 44 69 76
Jacob Bauchman Georgetown Raiders 49 34 34 68 66

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[7]

Player Team GP Mins W L OTL SOL GA SO Sv% GAA
Charlie Finn Kingston Voyageurs 39 2374:04 25 10 0 4 85 8 0.941 2.15
Matt Larose Wellington Dukes 36 2134:17 20 13 1 2 90 2 0.933 2.53
Adrian Ignagni St. Michael's Buzzers 44 2507:14 30 12 1 0 106 4 0.927 2.54
Joseph Planta Toronto Lakeshore Patriots 37 2068:11 22 7 0 4 75 4 0.926 2.18
Parker Gahagen Buffalo Jr. Sabres 43 2591:59 29 10 1 3 110 7 0.924 2.55

Award winners[edit]

  • Top Scorer - Tyler Gjurich (Buffalo)
  • Best Defenceman - Patrick McCarron (St. Michael's)
  • Most Gentlemanly Player - Dean Klomp (Lindsay)
  • Most Improved Player - John Carpino (North York)
  • Most Valuable Player - Tyler Gjurich (Buffalo)
  • Rookie of the Year - Tyler Gjurich (Buffalo)
  • Coach of the Year - Michael Peca (Buffalo)
  • Best Goaltender - Charlie Finn (Kingston)
  • Humanitarian - Tyler Feaver (Whitby)
  • Scholastic - Jordin Dunin (Newmarket)
  • Top Prospect - Matt Buckles (St. Michael's)
  • Playoff MVP - Shane Conacher (St. Michael's)
  • Top Executive - Michael Peca (Buffalo)
  • Top Trainer - Jack Williams (Buffalo)
  • Volunteer of the Year - Mike Johnson (Orangeville)

Central Canada Cup Challenge[edit]

CC Cup 2012.jpg

The second annual Central Canada Cup Challenge is an interleague all-star tournament hosted by Wellington, Ontario. The event runs December 27–29, 2012. The name of the event has been slightly altered from the 2011 event, probably in response to the creation of the Western Canada Cup by their rival Western leagues.

See: Central Canada Cup Challenge

Players selected in 2013 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

See also[edit]

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Preceded by
2011–12 OJHL season
OJHL seasons Succeeded by
2013–14 OJHL season