2012–13 Maritime Junior Hockey League season

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2012–13 MHL Season
MJAHL Logo.JPG
League Maritime Junior A Hockey League
Sport Hockey
Duration Regular season
September 13, 2012 – March 8, 2013
Playoffs
March 11, 2013 - April 24, 2013
Number of teams 11
TV partner(s) FastHockey
MHL seasons

The 2012–13 Maritime Junior A Hockey League season was the 46th season in league history. The season consisted of 52 games played by each MHL team.

Upon completion of the regular season, the top qualifying teams will play down for the Kent Cup, the league's playoff championship trophy. The Kent Cup champion will then meet the top teams of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League and Central Canada Hockey League in a host city to determine the Eastern Canadian Fred Page Cup champion.

The Summerside Western Capitals won the 2013 Kent Cup by losing only 1 game throughout the entire MHL playoffs.

The Fred Page Cup was hosted and won by the Truro Bearcats in 2013 with the Summerside Western Capitals the runners-up. The 2013 RBC cup Was hosted by the Summerside Western Capitals they finished 2nd while Truro finished 5th.

Team Changes[edit]

The Metro Marauders were renamed the Metro Shipbuliders.

Regular Season Standings[edit]

Final standings

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 spot; Y - Clinched Division; Z- Clinched first overall

Eastlink Division GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
y-Truro Bearcats 52 38 9 0 5 226 124 81
x-Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners 52 37 10 2 3 215 139 79
x-Amherst Ramblers 52 32 14 4 2 216 153 70
x-Pictou County Weeks Crushers 52 28 19 4 1 299 185 61
x-Bridgewater Lumberjacks 52 10 39 0 3 144 255 23
Metro Shipbuilders 52 4 46 1 1 124 287 10
Roger Meek Division GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
z-Summerside Western Capitals 52 43 7 2 0 222 119 88
x-Woodstock Slammers 52 29 17 2 4 207 181 64
x-Dieppe Commandos 52 27 20 1 4 212 201 59
x-Miramichi Timberwolves 52 26 24 0 3 180 214 54
Campbellton Tigers 52 12 36 1 3 137 224 28

2013 MHL Playoff Bracket[edit]

Eastlink Division Best 2 of 3 Mini Series Winner Plays Truro
     
4 Pictou County Crushers 2
5 Bridgewater Lumberjacks 0
Quarter Finals Semi Finals Kent Cup Finals
                 
1 Truro Bearcats 4
4 Pictou County Crushers 3
1 Truro Bearcats 4
Eastlink Division
3 Amherst Ramblers 2
2 Yarmouth Mariners 2
3 Amherst Ramblers 4
2 Truro Bearcats 1
1 Summerside Western Capitals 4
1 Summerside Western Capitals 4
4 Miramichi Timberwolves 0
1 Summerside Western Capitals 4
Roger Meek Division
2 Woodstock Slammers 0
2 Woodstock Slammers 4
3 Dieppe Commandos 1

Eastlink Division Mini series[edit]

  • * = If Necessary

(4) Pictou County Crushers Vs. (5) Bridgewater Lumberjacks[edit]

Pictou County wins series 2 - 0


Round one[edit]

(1) Meek Semi Final 1 Summerside Western Capitals Vs. (4) Miramichi Timberwolves[edit]

Summerside Wins Series 4 - 0


Meek Semi Final 2 (2) Woodstock Slammers vs. (3) Dieppe Commandos[edit]

Woodstock wins series 4 – 1


Eastlink Semi Finals 1 (1)Truro Bearcats vs. (4) Pictou County Crushers[edit]

Truro wins series 4 – 3


Eastlink Semi Finals 2 (2) Yarmouth Mariners vs. (3) Amherst Ramblers[edit]

Amherst wins series 4 – 2


Round two[edit]

Meek Final(1) Summerside Western Capitals Vs. (2) Woodstock Slammers[edit]

Summerside wins series 4 - 0


Eastlink Final (1) Truro Bearcats vs. (3) Amherst Ramblers[edit]

Truro Wins series 4 - 2


Kent Cup Finals[edit]

Kent Cup Final (1) Summerside Western Capitals vs. (2) Truro Bearcats[edit]

Summerside wins series 4 - 1


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