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Ontario Elite Hockey League

Ontario Elite Hockey League
MembershipOntario Hockey Association
CommissionerRick Richardson
Former name(s)
list
  • WOAA Intermediate League (1948-1991)
  • WOAA Senior Hockey League (1991-2010)
  • WOAA Senior AA Hockey League (2010-2023)
Founded2023 (as OEHL)
1948 (as WOAA)
Recent ChampionsMinto 81's (AA - 2nd)
Georgian Bay Applekings (A - 1st)
Websiteoehlhockey.ca

The Ontario Elite Hockey League is a Canadian senior ice hockey league governed by the Ontario Hockey Association and Hockey Canada. The league operates in Southwestern Ontario. As of the 2024-25 season, the champion of the OEHL will be eligible to challenge the champion of Allan Cup Hockey for a spot in the Canadian national Senior AAA championship and a chance to win the Allan Cup.

Formerly known as the WOAA Senior AA Hockey League, and governed by the autonomous Western Ontario Athletic Association, in the summer of 2023 ten of the twelve existing teams voted to leave the WOAA and reform under the umbrella of the Ontario Hockey Association.[1]

History

WOAA Intermediate League

From 1969 until 1977, the WOAA's premier division was an Intermediate B hockey league. Teams that were involved were the Mount Forest Rams, Arthur Tigers, Thornbury, Harriston Blues, Milverton Four Wheel Drives, Plattsville Combines, Seaforth, Durham 72's, Listowel, Lucknow, Crediton, Atwood, Ripley, Belgrave, and Kurtzville. The league was divided into as many as five divisions, Int. B, Major and Minor Int. C, and Major and Minor Int. D. The teams from the Major Int. C loop dominated the WOAA in terms of Grand Championships, winning 5 of 8. The most dominant teams were Mount Forest and Milverton.

From 1977 until 1991, the WOAA promoted itself to the Intermediate A level. With four major loops: A, B, C, and D; the WOAA had a wide variety of teams, including the Durham 72's, Arthur Tigers, Brussels Crusaders, Lion's Head Northstars, Woodford Royals, Ripley Roosters, Drayton Comets, St. Clements Saints, Teeswater Falcons, Lucknow Lancers, Kincardine Kings, Dundalk Flyers, Monkton Wildcats, Mitchell Red Devils, and Tara Cyclones. As the league grew, they brought in many smaller local senior leagues like the Central Ontario Hockey League, Central Grey-Bruce Hockey League and the Bruce Rural Hockey League, integrating many of their teams. In 1991, they came to grip with the times and dropped the Intermediate moniker, relabeling itself the WOAA Senior A Hockey League. In the 1980s, many teams jumped between the WOAA and the Ontario Hockey Association Senior leagues that attempted to operate in the area. This era ended in 1994 with the death of the WOAA Grand Championship. The final champions were the Durham Thundercats, who took it for the third straight year in 1994. From 1977 until 1994, the WOAA was dominated early on by Lion's Head and Woodford and later on by Brussels and Durham.

WOAA Senior AA

With the collapse of Ontario Hockey Association Senior hockey, the WOAA made the move to declare itself one level below Allan Cup competition with the Senior AA moniker in 1994. The league consolidated itself into one large league with different tiers of playoff championships: AA, A, and Sr. B until 1997. The Durham Thundercats proved to be the team to beat early on. Going back to the 1991–92 season, the Thundercats won 9 league championships in 15 years, including 6 out of 7 from the 1991–92 season until 1998. In 1995, the Tavistock Royals won the first ever WOAA Senior AA championship by taking the Durham Thundercats to seven games. The Thundercats avenged the loss by winning the next three Senior "AA" crowns. As time went on, the Milverton Four Wheel Drives reemerged as a powerhouse in the WOAA, dominating the league in 1999, 2000, and 2002. The Palmerston 81's and Elora Rocks also emerged as dominant forces later in the decade along with Tavistock as the Thundercats stranglehold on the league has loosened. The Saugeen Shores Winterhawks, based out of Port Elgin, have become the perennial team to beat since entering the league in 2007/08, winning the "AA" championship in 2009, 2011 and 2012.

In 2004, the WOAA allowed for the recreation of the famed Lucan-Ilderton Jets franchise, a team that dominated the Intermediate ranks in the 1960s and 1970s. The Jets, near London set a precedent for years to come. In 2006, the WOAA shocked many of its teams by confirming the expansion of the even more Southerly Thedford Dirty Dogs. In 2007, the WOAA turned down Eastern expansion to the Cooks Bay Canucks as that was not where the league was interested in going. In 2008, the Ontario Hockey Association was rocked by the defection of three of its five Major League Hockey Senior AAA teams. Two of them applied successfully for expansion into the WOAA, the Tillsonburg Vipers and the two-time Allan Cup champion Petrolia Squires. Also, the WOAA has made wind about further expansion to the South in former Senior AAA towns like Aylmer and Dorchester in the near future.

In the Summer of 2010, the WOAA decided to officially change the name of the league to the WOAA Senior AA Hockey League. Adding the "AA" designation was to help differentiate the league from Major League Hockey which carries a "AAA" designation. Also the league is to be divided into a Northern and Southern Conference with Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest Divisions. The league as well wishes to promote expansion in the league, especially to the Southeast Division. Another change for 2010–11 is that there will only be one league championship for the first time in the league's modern history, as the league will drop both its second and third tier championships (Sr. A and Sr. B respectively).[2] This was changed during the 2010–11 season, the Sr. A championship and qualifier round will still be gone but the Sr. B championship and its round robin will now be known as the Sr. A championship.

By 2017, the league had shrunk to 14 teams, with the departures of Walkerton, Thedford, Monkton and Komoka. With the South Division down to six teams (eight in the North), the league reverted to one division with each team playing an unbalanced schedule to reduce travel costs.

The playoff format was revised, with the top-eight teams qualifying for the Sr. "AA" championship, while the remaining five teams played for the Sr. "A" championship.

This change did nothing to stop the dynasty in Clinton, with the Radars rattling off four consecutive championships.

Much like the rest of the world, the 2020 playoffs were stopped in the semi-final round, and ultimately cancelled, by the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in no champion being crowned for the first time in over 70 years.

On September 25, 2020, the league announced the 2020–21 season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With COVID-19 restrictions loosened, the league returned for the 2021-22, with 13 teams in the fold. The Creemore Coyotes joined as an expansion team, while Elora and Tillsonburg withdrew.

The Ripley Wolves were in first place with an 11-2-1 record on January 4, 2022 when the arrival of the omicron variant of COVID-19 caused restrictions to be re-imposed, shutting down the league.

On January 12, 2022, the league announced the regular season had been declared complete and that the playoffs would begin upon resumption of play. Teams were ranked based on points-percentage due to the unequal number of games played.

The Seaforth Centenaires ended Clinton's reign as champions, knocking off the Radars in five games to capture the Sr. AA Championship.

Move to the OHA

In the summer of 2023 ten of the twelve existing teams voted to leave the league and reform under the umbrella of the Ontario Hockey Association.[3] At the end of the 2022-23 WOAA Senior AA season, the Petrolia Squires elected to join the Western Ontario Super Hockey League, while Shallow Lake and Shelburne chose to take a year off.

With the move to the OHA, the league rebranded as the Ontario Elite Hockey League and added two new teams, the Georgian Bay Applekings and the Erin Outlaws.

With joining the OHA, the league adopted the J.F. Paxton Cup as their AA playoff championship trophy, renaming it the OEHL Cup. The trophy was previously awarded to the OHA Senior A champion from 1935 until 1992, and briefly in 2004. Also, the Hugh McLean Trophy has been adopted as the OEHL's Senior A championship trophy. That trophy was previously awarded to the champions of the Continental Senior A Hockey League from 1973 until 1980 and then, later, the regular season champions of the OHA Senior A Hockey League from 1981 until 1987.

2023-24 OEHL Teams

League Membership
Team Centre Founded
Creemore Coyotes Creemore 2021
Durham Thundercats Durham 1972
Erin Outlaws Erin 2023
Lucknow Lancers Lucknow
Georgian Bay Applekings Thornbury 2023
Milverton Four Wheel Drives Milverton 1966
Minto 81's Palmerston 1981
Ripley Wolves Ripley
Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Port Elgin 2007
Seaforth Centenaires Seaforth 2014
Tavistock Royals Tavistock 1982

OEHL Playoff Champions (2023-)

OEHL Cup Senior AA
Year Champions Finalist Series Scores
2024 Minto 81's Tavistock Royals 4-0 3-1, 6-5, 4-3 OT, 5-2
Hugh McLean Trophy Senior A
Year Champions Finalist Series Scores
2024 Georgian Bay Applekings Milverton Four Wheel Drives 4-3 4-7, 9-3, 3-1, 2-6, 1-3, 5-2, 7-5

WOAA Championships (1948-2023)

WOAA Senior League Champions (1995-2023)

WOAA Senior AA
Year Champion Finalist Series Scores
1995 Tavistock Royals Durham Thundercats 4-2 9-5, 7-4, 3-4 OT, 4-8, 8-3, 5-4
1996 Durham Thundercats Lakeshore Winterhawks 4-0 6-2, 2-1, 6-1, 4-1
1997 Durham Thundercats Wellesley Merchants 4-2 5-3, 3-7, 5-2, 7-4, 2-3, 6-4
1998 Durham Thundercats Milverton Four Wheel Drives 4-0 5-0, 5-4, 7-5, 4-2
1999 Milverton Four Wheel Drives Durham Thundercats 4-2 3-6, 5-8, 9-6, 3-2, 3-1, 5-2
Year North Champion South Champion Series Scores
2000 Palmerston 81's Milverton Four Wheel Drives 0-4 3-2, 5-2, 5-1, 5-4
2001 Durham Thundercats Hensall Sherwoods 4-3 2-4, 6-5, 4-8, 10-1, 5-1, 3-4 OT, 5-2
2002 Durham Thundercats Milverton Four Wheel Drives 2-4 3-4, 3-5, 3-1, 4-3 OT, 3-2 OT, 5-1
Year Champion Finalist Series Scores
2003 Tier I Palmerston 81's Hensall Sherwoods 4-3 4-3, 3-4, 5-3, 1-4, 7-4, 3-4, 2-1
2003 Tier II Shelburne Muskies Tavistock Royals 3-0 7-4, 5-4, 8-5
2004 Durham Thundercats Clinton Radars 4-1 3-2 OT, 4-1, 4-5, 5-3, 4-2
2005 Elora Rocks Clinton Radars 4-0 3-2 OT, 6-4, 7-4, 5-3
2006 Durham Thundercats Elora Rocks 4-1 6-2, 2-1, 3-5, 8-6, 5-2
Year North Champion South Champion Series Scores
2007 Elora Rocks Tavistock Royals 4-3 6-3, 4-8, 6-5 OT, 6-8, 3-7, 5-3, 7-3
2008 Elora Rocks Tavistock Royals 1-4 2-5, 5-4, 5-4, 4-3, 6-1
2009 Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Tavistock Royals 4-1 4-3, 6-2, 5-4, 5-6 OT, 6-4
2010 Elora Rocks Petrolia Squires 4-2 5-4, 1-5, 5-3, 0-5, 7-3, 3-2
2011 Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Monkton Wildcats 4-1 5-3, 2-5, 5-2, 6-5, 4-2
2012 Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Tavistock Royals 4-0 5-4, 3-2 OT, 5-3, 6-5 OT
2013 Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Tavistock Royals 4-2 2-5, 6-5 OT, 6-5 OT, 1-5, 4-3 OT, 3-1
2014 Mapleton-Minto 81's Komoka Classics 2-4 3-6, 2-4, 8-2, 5-2, 7-4, 5-4
2015 Mapleton-Minto 81's Tillsonburg Thunder 1-4 6-3, 4-6, 4-1, 4-3, 5-1
2016 Mapleton-Minto 81's Clinton Radars 0-4 5-3, 4-2, 4-1, 7-3
Year Champion Finalist Series Scores
2017 Clinton Radars Petrolia Squires 4-2 1-2, 4-3 OT, 1-3, 7-3, 5-4 OT, 4-0
2018 Clinton Radars Durham Thundercats 4-0 3-2, 6-4, 7-4, 4-3 OT
2019 Clinton Radars Ripley Wolves 4-1 5-4 OT, 3-0, 2-7, 5-2, 4-0
2020 & 2021 Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022 Seaforth Centenaires Clinton Radars 4-1 1-0, 4-1, 5-1, 1-6, 2-1
2023 Tavistock Royals Ripley Wolves 4-1 6-2, 4-3 OT, 4-6, 4-3 OT, 6-4
WOAA Senior A
Year Champion Finalist Series Scores
1995 Wiarton Redmen Arthur Tigers 4-1 5-6, 9-6, 10-3, 7-4, 10-4
1996 Brussels Crusaders Ripley Wolves 4-1 4-3, 8-3, 4-5, 6-3, 8-5
1997 Goderich Pirates Ripley Wolves 4-3 4-7, 5-4, 8-4, 2-3 OT, 3-4 OT, 5-4, 3-2
1998 Shelburne Muskies Clinton Radars 3-0 6-3, 7-6 2OT, 1-0 2OT
1999 Palmerston 81's Clinton Radars 4-2 2-1, 6-5, 6-2, 5-6, 2-3, 3-0
2000 Monkton Wildcats Elora Rocks 4-1 4-3, 1-4, 3-1, 6-4, 5-4
2001 Wingham Spitfires Goderich Pirates 4-1 8-6, 4-2, 4-5, 4-2, 5-1
2002 Wingham Spitfires Goderich Pirates 4-1 7-3, 3-4, 5-1, 5-4, 4-1
2003 Tier I Wingham Spitfires Georgian Bay River Rats 4-0 4-3 OT, 5-2, 7-2, 5-2
2003 Tier II Listowel Jets Goderich Pirates 2-1 2-5, 7-5, 7-4
2004 Georgian Bay River Rats Monkton Wildcats 4-1 5-3, 4-1, 2-3 OT, 6-2, 5-4
2005 Lucan-Ilderton Jets Lucknow Lancers 4-1 6-3, 4-3 OT, 7-1, 4-5, 3-0
2006 Palmerston 81's Monkton Wildcats 4-0 7-1, 5-3, 4-2, 7-2
2007 Durham Thundercats Ripley Wolves 4-3 5-4 OT, 3-4, 1-3, 8-6, 4-3, 4-8, 5-1
2008 Palmerston 81's Lucknow Lancers 4-2 4-5, 6-4, 7-1, 5-7, 7-3, 3-2
2009 Lucan-Ilderton Jets Lucknow Lancers 4-1 6-2, 8-4, 4-5, 4-3, 6-5
2010 Milverton Four Wheel Drives Durham Thundercats 4-1 9-7, 5-6, 5-4, 8-3, 7-3
2011 Walkerton Capitals Clinton Radars 3-1 0-5, 9-5, 8-7 OT, 3-2 OT
2012 Not played
2013 Shallow Lake Crushers Durham Thundercats 2-1 4-6, 3-2, 4-2
2014 Not played
2015 Ripley Wolves Shallow Lake Crushers 4-3 4-6, 6-2, 3-5, 4-6, 3-2 OT, 7-1, 5-0
2016 Tillsonburg Thunder Ripley Wolves 4-1 7-1, 3-6, 2-1 OT, 7-4, 4-3
2017 Milverton Four Wheel Drives Huron East Centenaires 4-3 3-8, 8-9 OT, 5-3, 2-3, 6-5 OT, 5-1, 10-5
2018 Petrolia Squires Tavistock Royals 4-1 6-3, 2-3, 6-3, 4-3 OT, 3-2 OT
2019 Milverton Four Wheel Drives Elora Rocks 4-2 3-4 OT, 3-2 OT, 4-6, 6-2, 3-1, 7-1
2020 & 2021 Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022 Shallow Lake Crushers Petrolia Squires 4-2 2-4, 4-3 OT, 8-3, 8-3, 2-3, 4-1
2023 Milverton Four Wheel Drives Shallow Lake Crushers 4-2 5-2, 2-5, 5-1, 7-9, 3-2 OT, 5-4 OT
WOAA Senior B
Year Champion Finalist Series Scores
1995 Ripley Wolves Dundalk Flyers 4-0 8-1, 6-5, 5-2, 7-3
1996 Dundalk Flyers Lucknow Lancers 4-0 4-2, 6-4, 5-4 OT, 5-2
1997 Lucknow Lancers Dundalk Flyers 4-1 3-4, 3-1, 5-4, 7-4, 5-2
2009 Milverton Four Wheel Drives Shallow Lake Crushers 4-2 7-3, 6-7 OT, 4-3, 7-2, 1-2, 6-3
2010 Goderich Pirates Drayton Icemen 4-1 4-3, 4-3 OT, 4-5, 9-7, 4-3

Grand Championship Intermediate/Senior Era (1948–1994)

WOAA Intermediate 1948-1991
Year Championship Champion Finalist Series Scores
1949 Grand Champion Kincardine Kings Linwood
1950 Grand Champion Wingham Spitfires Lucknow Lancers
1951 Grand Champion Wingham Spitfires Mildmay Monarchs
1952 Grand Champion Durham Huskies Mildmay Monarchs
1953 Grand Champion Durham Huskies Seaforth Beavers
1954 Grand Champion Goderich Pontiacs St. Clements Saints
1955 Grand Champion Lucan Irish Six Ilderton Jets
1956 Grand Champion Exeter Mohawks Goderich Pontiacs
1957 Grand Champion
1958 Grand Champion Palmerston Lions Clinton Radars
1959 Grand Champion
1960 Grand Champion Philipsburg Chews
1961 Grand Champion Philipsburg Chews
1962 Grand Champion Fergus Flyers Paisley
1963 Grand Champion
1964 Grand Champion
1965 Grand Champion
1966 Grand Champion
1967 Grand Champion
1968 Grand Champion Crediton Tigers Milverton 4-Wheel Drives
1969 Grand Champion Crediton Tigers Zurich
1970 Grand Champion Seaforth Beavers Atwood
Major C Atwood Zurich
Minor C Lucknow Lancers Atwood
D Belgrave Stone School Dashwood
1971 Grand Champion Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Atwood
B Listowel Cyclones Wingham Spitfires
Major C Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Harriston Intermediates
Minor C Atwood Monkton Wildcats
D Kurtzville Belgrave
1972 Grand Champion Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Arthur Tigers
B Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Listowel Cyclones
Major C Arthur Tigers Port Elgin
Minor C Lucknow Lancers Atwood
D Kurtzville Belgrave
1973 Grand Champion Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Atwood
B Harriston Intermediates Listowel Cyclones
Major C Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Durham 72's
Minor C Atwood Lucknow Lancers
D Belgrave Kurtzville
1974 Grand Champion Harriston Intermediates Lucknow Lancers
B Harriston Intermediates Listowel Cyclones
Major C Milverton 4-Wheel Drives Arthur Tigers
Minor C Lucknow Lancers Atwood
D Belgrave Chatsworth
1975 Grand Champion Plattsville Combines Arthur Tigers
B Arthur Tigers Walkerton Capitols
C Durham 72's St. Clements Saints
Major D Plattsville Combines Atwood
Minor D Floradale Belgrave
1976 Grand Champion Mount Forest Rams Plattsville Combines
C Mount Forest Rams Wiarton Redmen
Major D Plattsville Combines Howick
Minor D Belgrave
1977 Grand Champion Mount Forest Rams Thornbury
B Thornbury Hanover
Major C Mount Forest Rams Lion's Head North Stars
Minor C Plattsville Combines Monkton Wildcats
D Ripley Roosters Belgrave
1978 Grand Champion Mount Forest Rams Drayton Comets
B Thornbury Hanover
C Mount Forest Rams Mitchell Red Devils
D Drayton Comets Ripley Roosters
Cons. B Palmerston Lions Mitchell Red Devils
Cons. D Brussels Crusaders Monkton Wildcats
Central Grey-Bruce Chesley Port Elgin
Bruce Rural Chepstow Mildmay Monarchs
1979 Grand Champion Lion's Head North Stars Durham 72's
B Durham 72's Palmerston Lions
C Lion's Head North Stars Mitchell Red Devils
D Ripley Roosters Brussels Crusaders
Cons. D Monkton Wildcats Drayton Comets
1980 Grand Champion Lion's Head North Stars Brussels Crusaders
B Wiarton Redmen Palmerston Lions
C Mitchell Red Devils / Lion's Head North Stars Co-Champions
D Drayton Comets Monkton Wildcats
Central Grey-Bruce Desboro Shallow Lake
COHL Dundalk Flyers Markdale Majors
1981 Grand Champion Mitchell Red Devils Ripley Roosters
A Southampton Desboro
B Mitchell Red Devils Durham 72's
C Lion's Head North Stars Chesley
D Ripley Roosters Markdale Majors
Central Grey-Bruce Williamsford Desboro
COHL Honeywood Cougars Markdale Majors
1982 Grand Champion Ripley Roosters Durham 72's
A Durham 72's Woodford Royals
D Ripley Roosters Teeswater Falcons
Central Grey-Bruce Tara B.P. Eagles Keady
COHL Markdale Majors Hillsburgh
1983 Grand Champion Lion's Head North Stars Woodford Royals
A Woodford Royals Durham 72's 4-3 2-4, 6-7, 7-8, 9-8, 5-4 OT, 8-3, 6-5
D Lion's Head North Stars Ripley Roosters
1984 Grand Champion Ripley Roosters Wingham Royals 4-2
A Wingham Royals Durham 72's
D Ripley Roosters Teeswater Falcons
1985 Grand Champion Woodford Royals Ripley Roosters 4-0 12-2, 7-6, 12-3, 10-5
A Woodford Royals Exeter Mohawks 4-2 4-3, 5-7, 4-2, 7-4, 3-5, 4-2
D Ripley Roosters Lucknow Lancers 4-1 5-6, 7-6 OT, 8-2, 5-4, 6-2
1986 Grand Champion Woodford Royals Kincardine Kings 4-1 1-7, 12-7, 12-5, 6-2, 10-4
A Woodford Royals Tara Cyclones 4-0 13-4, 15-9, 12-2, 6-2
B Kincardine Kings Teeswater Falcons 4-0 8-7, 8-3, 5-4, 6-2
C Lion's Head North Stars Milverton 4-Wheel Drives 3-0 8-7, 5-3, 9-6
D Ripley Roosters Mildmay Monarchs 4-1 6-5, 8-7, 4-5, 4-2, 6-4
1987 Grand Champion Lion's Head North Stars Ripley Roosters 4-1 8-11, 9-1, 7-4, 11-5, 8-6
A Durham 72's Teeswater Falcons 4-0 7-2, 5-4, 7-5, 7-2
B Wellesley Merchants Brussels Crusaders 4-1* 7-6, 4-9, 4-10, 0-4, 7-1, 4-3 OT, 5-3
Two Brussels wins overturned.
C Lion's Head North Stars Monkton Wildcats 3-0 6-3, 5-4 OT, 5-4 OT
D Ripley Roosters Drayton Comets 4-1 2-1, 10-4, 12-3, 6-7, 7-4
1988 Grand Champion Brussels Crusaders Lion's Head North Stars 3-2 3-5, 6-4, 3-0 Forfeit, 4-5, 4-3
A Brussels Crusaders Kincardine Kings 4-3 3-4 OT, 4-7, 8-2, 4-3, 5-4, 4-5 OT, 8-7
B Monkton Wildcats Arthur Tigers 4-0 7-2, 6-3, 4-2, 7-2
C Lion's Head North Stars St. Clements Saints 3-0 3-1, 6-3, 3-0 Forfeit
D Ripley Roosters Lucknow Lancers 4-2 2-6, 4-6, 8-4, 6-3, 6-5 2OT, 9-4
1989 Grand Champion Durham Thundercats Lucknow Lancers 3-0 11-4, 6-4, 10-3
A Durham Thundercats Kincardine Kings 3-0 8-3, 8-7, 10-5
B Brussels Crusaders Arthur Tigers 3-0 16-7, 13-2, 17-7
C Lion's Head North Stars Uncontested
D Lucknow Lancers Milverton 4-Wheel Drives 3-2 4-9, 4-9, 5-4, 9-6, 6-4
1990 Grand Champion Brussels Crusaders Drayton Comets 3-1 6-8, 7-2, 6-2, 6-1
A Brussels Crusaders Kincardine Kings 3-1 5-4, 7-5, 4-8, 9-6
B Arthur Tigers Dundalk Flyers 4-0 6-4, 7-2, 8-4, 11-2
C Drayton Comets Ripley Wolves 3-2 2-4, 3-6, 6-3, 5-2, 4-3
1991 Grand Champion Arthur Tigers Durham Thundercats 3-2 2-8, 8-1, 3-4, 8-1, 6-5
A Durham Thundercats Tavistock Royals 3-1 6-3, 2-1 OT, 4-8, 5-3
B Arthur Tigers Wiarton Redmen 3-0 9-8, 8-4, 9-3
C Drayton Comets Ripley Wolves 3-1 5-3, 11-3, 5-6, 7-3
WOAA Senior League 1991-1994
Year Championship Champion Finalist Series Scores
1992 Grand Champion Durham Thundercats Uncontested
A Durham Thundercats Tavistock Royals 4-0 7-5, 5-4, 10-6, 8-3
B Lion's Head North Stars Lucknow Lancers 3-0 5-4, 6-1, 9-5
1993 Grand Champion Durham Thundercats Uncontested
A Durham Thundercats Tavistock Royals 4-2 5-3, 5-4, 7-5, 6-7 OT, 6-7 OT, 5-4 OT
B Grand Valley Tornados Dundalk Flyers 4-1 9-12, 4-1, 6-1, 5-3, 6-2
1994 Grand Champion Durham Thundercats Ripley Wolves 3-0 6-3, 7-6 OT, 3-0
A Durham Thundercats Lakeshore Winterhawks 4-2 4-3 OT, 7-3, 3-5, 5-6, 7-5, 4-3
B Ripley Wolves Grand Valley Tornados 4-0 6-3, 6-2, 4-0, 10-2

Past WOAA teams

See also

References

  1. ^ Cowan, Greg. "Ten senior AA teams leave WOAA to form new hockey league". Retrieved 3 March 2024.
  2. ^ "The Unofficial Home of the WOAA Sr Mens Hockey League". Archived from the original on 2007-02-10. Retrieved 2007-02-10.
  3. ^ Cowan, Greg. "Ten senior AA teams leave WOAA to form new hockey league". Retrieved 3 March 2024.
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