List of OPJHL standings (1972–81)

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The following is a listing of the Original Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League's Standings. The OPJHL was founded in 1972.

The OPJHL changed its name to the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A Hockey League to better show its affiliation to the Ontario Hockey Association in 1981. The OPJHL was created to compete with the Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League.

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Note: GP - Games Played, W - Wins, L - Losses, T - Ties, OTL - Overtime Losses, GF - Goals For, GA - Goals Against, P - Points.

1972-73[edit]

The Wexford Raiders won the 1973 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions.

Team GP W L T GF GA P
Toronto Nationals 44 29 9 6 270 189 64
Wexford Raiders 44 26 9 9 264 185 61
Richmond Hill Rams 44 27 11 6 218 139 60
Dixie Beehives 44 23 17 4 232 197 50
Aurora Tigers 44 20 20 4 194 190 44
Weston Dodgers 44 19 19 6 233 194 44
Ajax Steelers 44 20 22 2 196 214 42
Seneca Flyers 44 16 19 9 214 241 41
Downsview Beavers 44 12 21 11 198 257 35
North York Rangers 44 11 23 10 163 185 32
North Bay Trappers 44 13 29 2 213 283 28
Kingston Frontenacs 44 13 30 1 152 273 27

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

Chatham Maroons defeated Wexford Raiders 4-games-to-3

1973-74[edit]

The Wexford Raiders won the 1974 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions..

Team GP W L T GF GA P
North York Rangers 44 26 11 7 231 151 59
Toronto Nationals 44 27 12 5 215 123 59
Wexford Raiders 44 26 12 6 235 172 58
Seneca Flyers 44 24 11 9 249 187 57
Aurora Tigers 44 24 12 8 221 180 56
Richmond Hill Rams 44 19 16 9 176 210 47
North Bay Trappers 44 21 19 4 264 250 46
Dixie Beehives 44 18 20 6 207 227 42
Weston Dodgers 44 13 24 7 192 225 33
Markham Waxers 44 13 25 6 168 222 32
Whitby Knob Hill Farms 44 11 28 5 167 271 27
Downsview Beavers 44 4 36 4 158 265 12

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

Wexford Raiders defeated Windsor Spitfires 4-games-to-3

1974-75[edit]

The Toronto Nationals won the 1975 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions..

Team GP W L T GF GA P
Seneca Flyers 44 27 12 5 251 184 59
North York Rangers 44 24 15 5 216 215 53
Toronto Nationals 44 23 15 6 235 202 52
Wexford Raiders 44 22 15 7 241 196 51
Richmond Hill Rams 44 22 17 5 202 196 49
Whitby Knob Hill Farms 44 21 17 6 205 172 48
Aurora Tigers 44 20 16 8 192 178 48
North Bay Trappers 44 22 18 4 238 208 48
Dixie Beehives 44 18 15 11 213 211 47
Markham Waxers 44 15 19 10 174 192 40
Weston Dodgers 44 8 32 4 163 252 20
Royal York Royals 44 5 36 3 172 296 13

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

Guelph CMC's defeated Toronto Nationals 4-games-to-2

1975-76[edit]

The North Bay Trappers won the 1976 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions.

Team GP W L T GF GA P
North York Rangers 44 31 8 5 220 142 67
North Bay Trappers 44 27 13 4 247 189 58
Richmond Hill Rams 44 27 13 4 218 168 58
Wexford Raiders 44 19 19 6 207 196 44
Ajax Knob Hill Farms 44 18 19 7 201 208 43
Markham Waxers 44 19 20 5 178 197 43
Toronto Nationals 44 16 18 10 198 180 42
Newmarket Flyers 44 18 22 4 211 211 40
Weston Dodgers 44 17 21 6 203 186 40
Royal York Royals 44 16 21 7 194 220 39
Aurora Tigers 44 15 21 8 175 203 38
Dixie Beehives 44 6 34 4 135 287 16

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

Guelph Platers defeated North Bay Trappers 4-games-to-1

1976-77[edit]

The North York Rangers won the 1977 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions..

Team GP W L T GF GA P
North York Rangers 44 34 6 4 281 163 72
North Bay Trappers 44 27 11 6 287 201 60
Markham Waxers 44 23 10 11 237 195 57
Royal York Royals 44 21 16 7 211 199 49
Aurora Tigers 44 19 17 8 198 188 46
Richmond Hill Rams 44 20 21 3 209 199 43
Wexford Raiders 44 20 21 3 211 219 43
Toronto Nationals 44 19 22 3 220 250 41
Weston Dodgers 44 16 23 5 186 217 37
Ajax Merchants 44 15 24 5 206 228 35
Newmarket Flyers 44 13 23 8 207 249 34
Dixie Beehives 44 3 36 5 161 306 11

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

North York Rangers defeated Guelph Platers 4-games-to-3

1977-78[edit]

The Guelph Platers won the 1978 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions, the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian Champions, and the Manitoba Centennial Cup as National Junior A Champions.

Team GP W L T GF GA P
Guelph Platers 50 38 8 4 360 197 80
Dixie Beehives 50 33 10 7 326 245 73
Royal York Royals 50 33 11 6 288 214 72
North Bay Trappers 50 27 16 7 285 245 61
Aurora Tigers 50 23 22 5 278 278 51
Wexford Raiders 50 18 25 7 268 308 43
North York Rangers 50 17 26 7 232 257 41
Markham Waxers 50 17 27 6 229 284 40
Newmarket Flyers 50 16 26 8 239 252 40
Richmond Hill Rams 50 13 29 8 248 325 34
Hamilton Mountain A's 50 7 42 1 163 311 15

Playoffs[edit]

Final

Guelph Platers defeated Royal York Royals 4-games-to-1

1978-79[edit]

The Guelph Platers won the 1979 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions and the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian Champions.

Team GP W L T GF GA P
Guelph Platers 50 33 12 5 294 186 71
Royal York Royals 50 33 13 4 272 190 70
North Bay Trappers 50 33 14 3 313 224 69
Dixie Beehives 50 29 18 3 240 219 61
North York Rangers 50 27 17 6 288 237 60
Newmarket Flyers 50 19 25 6 223 249 44
Markham Waxers 50 17 27 6 220 242 40
Aurora Tigers 50 17 29 4 212 267 38
Richmond Hill Rams 50 14 29 7 235 316 35
Wexford Raiders 50 14 31 5 208 280 33
Hamilton Mountain A's 50 13 34 3 219 314 29

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

Guelph Platers defeated Dixie Beehives 4-games-to-1

1979-80[edit]

The North York Rangers won the 1980 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions and the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian Champions.

Team GP W L T GF GA P
Dixie Beehives 44 33 5 6 286 173 72
Royal York Royals 44 25 12 7 277 203 57
Aurora Tigers 44 26 14 4 291 224 56
North York Rangers 44 26 14 4 239 183 56
Belleville Bulls 44 24 18 2 235 191 50
North Bay Trappers 44 22 17 5 228 181 49
Guelph Platers 44 21 17 6 215 175 48
Wexford Raiders 44 17 20 7 238 241 41
Hamilton Mountain A's 44 14 21 9 218 262 37
Markham Waxers 44 14 23 7 233 253 35
Newmarket Flyers 44 7 33 4 156 324 18
Richmond Hill Rams 44 4 39 1 137 343 9

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

North York Rangers defeated Onaping Falls Huskies 3-games-to-none

1980-81[edit]

The Belleville Bulls won the 1981 Buckland Trophy as OPJHL Champions and the Dudley Hewitt Cup as Central Canadian Champions.

Team GP W L T GF GA P
Belleville Bulls 44 35 7 2 273 138 72
Guelph Platers 44 32 10 2 269 187 66
North York Rangers 44 24 17 3 259 218 51
Dixie Beehives 44 23 19 2 210 208 48
Hamilton Mountain A's 44 23 19 2 228 204 48
North Bay Trappers 44 22 22 0 240 253 44
Brampton Warriors 44 20 23 1 268 273 41
Markham Waxers 44 18 25 1 247 251 37
Richmond Hill Rams 44 18 26 0 230 254 36
Newmarket Flyers 44 16 28 0 210 290 32
Aurora Tigers 44 15 29 0 221 280 30
Wexford Raiders 44 11 32 1 234 334 23

Playoffs[edit]

OHA Championship

Belleville Bulls defeated Onaping Falls Huskies 3-games-to-none