2013–14 CCHL season

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2013–14 CCHL season
League Central Canada Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2013-08-30 – 2014-03-08
Playoffs
2014-03-11 – 2014-04-20
Champions Carleton Place Canadians
Number of teams 12
Commissioner Kevin Abrams
CCHL seasons

 2012–13

2014–15 

The 2013–14 CCHL season was the 53rd season of the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL). The twelve teams of the CCHL played 62-game schedules.

Come March, the top teams of the league will play down for the Bogart Cup, the CCHL 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 2014 Royal Bank Cup.

Changes[edit]

  • Kanata Stallions become Kanata Lasers mid-season (January 2014)

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.

Robinson Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL GF-GA Points
xy-Carleton Place Canadians Carleton Place, Ontario 54-6-1-1 293-149 110
x-Smiths Falls Bears Smiths Falls, Ontario 41-17-3-1 238-174 86
x-Brockville Braves Brockville, Ontario 35-24-2-1 216-200 73
x-Cornwall Colts Cornwall, Ontario 30-22-3-7 180-190 70
x-Kemptville 73's Kemptville, Ontario 26-30-3-3 210-232 58
Hawkesbury Hawks Hawkesbury, Ontario 18-39-4-1 149-248 41
Yzerman Division
Team Centre W-L-OTL-SOL GF-GA Points
xy-Ottawa Jr. Senators Ottawa, Ontario 39-20-0-3 259-185 81
x-Pembroke Lumber Kings Pembroke, Ontario 37-19-2-4 229-184 80
x-Nepean Raiders Nepean, Ontario 27-24-4-7 189-225 65
Gloucester Rangers Gloucester, Ontario 23-32-4-3 219-280 53
Cumberland Grads Navan, Ontario 21-31-4-6 170-217 52
Kanata Lasers Kanata, Ontario 21-34-1-6 192-260 49

Teams listed on the official league website.[1]

Standings listed on official league website.[2]

2014 Bogart Cup Playoffs[edit]

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


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

Fred Page Cup Championship[edit]

Hosted by the St. Jerome Panthers in Saint-Jerome, Quebec. The Carleton Place Canadians represented the league at the event and won it.

Round Robin

Carleton Place Canadians 6 - St-Jérôme Panthers (QJAAAHL) 4
Carleton Place Canadians 4 - Granby Inouk (QJAAAHL) 2
Carleton Place Canadians 2 - Truro Bearcats (MHL) 1

Final

Carleton Place Canadians 3 - St-Jérôme Panthers (QJAAAHL) 1

2014 Royal Bank Cup[edit]

Hosted by the Vernon Vipers in Vernon, British Columbia. The Carleton Place Canadians represented the CCHL and Eastern Canada and finished in the second, with an overtime loss in the final.

Round Robin

Carleton Place Canadians 3 - Vernon Vipers (BCHL) 2
Dauphin Kings (MJHL) 4 - Carleton Place Canadians 3 OT
Carleton Place Canadians 4 - Toronto Lakeshore Patriots (OJHL) 2
Yorkton Terriers (SJHL) 3 - Carleton Place Canadians 1

Semi-final

Carleton Place Canadians 5 - Dauphin Kings (MJHL) 3

Final

Yorkton Terriers (SJHL) 4 - Carleton Place Canadians 3 OT

Scoring leaders[edit]

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Andy Sturtz Carleton Place 58 51 53 104 96
Evan Peterson Carleton Place 60 34 62 96 29
Greg Jansz Gloucester 60 29 61 90 22
Ryan Collins Ottawa 61 33 49 82 20
Max Veronneau Gloucester 61 41 39 80 10
Nathan Todd Brockville 60 38 41 79 36
Ryan Cusin Brockville 55 32 40 72 23
Stefano Momesso Smiths Falls 62 26 46 72 30
Mark Petaccio Pembroke 52 33 38 71 113
Victor Beaulac Smiths Falls 62 21 50 71 54

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 SO GA GAA Svs Sv%
Brett Magnus Nepean 36 1839:40 15 8 2 3 4 87 2.84 1045 0.923
Guillaume Therien Carleton Place 41 2346:06 27 9 2 1 1 98 2.51 1099 0.918
Jordan Piccolino Cornwall 27 1530:50 14 8 1 3 2 65 2.55 724 0.918
Darren Smith Pembroke 44 2523:52 24 13 1 3 1 118 2.81 1292 0.916
Cory Simic Smiths Falls 33 1764:20 20 7 0 2 3 71 2.41 746 0.913

Players selected in 2014 NHL Entry Draft[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player - Andy Sturtz (Carleton Place)
  • Most Sportsmanlike - Ryan Collins (Ottawa)
  • Leading Scorer - Andy Sturtz (Carleton Place)
  • Top Rookie - Neil Doef (Smiths Falls)
  • Top Graduating Player - Victor Beaulac (Smiths Falls)
  • Top Defenceman - Victor Beaulac (Smiths Falls)
  • Top Prospect - Kelly Summers (Carleton Place)
  • Top Goaltender - Guillaume Therien (Carleton Place)
  • Top Coach - Jason Clarke (Carleton Place)
  • Top General Manager - Jason Clarke (Carleton Place)
  • Lowest GAA - Guillaume Therien and Justin Laforest (Carleton Place)
  • Nielsen-Peckett Award - Alex Stothart (Kanata)
  • All-Rookie Team - Neil Doef (Smiths Falls), Zach Senychyn (Smiths Falls), Matt Foget (Gloucester), Kris Myllari (Kanata), Andrew Peski (Brockville), Doug Johnston (Gloucester)
  • All-Academic Team - Alex Stothart (Kanata), Bobby Williams (Cumberland), Michael Vered (Nepean), Ryan Kuffner (Gloucester), Alex Row (Kemptville), Michael Pinios (Smiths Falls)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Preceded by
2012–13 CCHL season
CCHL seasons Succeeded by
2014–15 CCHL season