Toronto, Ont. – Round robin play at the 2022 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour and hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League concluded on Friday with a total of 12 games on the schedule.

After the Markham Majors (4-0) and Toronto Jr. Canadiens (4-0) clinched Quarter-Final berths on Thursday, an additional six teams followed suit on Friday.

The Majors secured first place in the Shanahan Division with a 4-0 finish to the round robin while the Quinte Red Devils advanced by defeating the Waterloo Wolves 2-1 in overtime.

The 4-0 Jr. Canadiens sealed first place in the Nash Division while the Mississauga Senators defeated the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs 7-3 to book their ticket to Saturday’s Quarter-Finals.

The London Jr. Knights earned first place in the Lindros Division, knotted with the Vaughan Kings who they defeated on Thursday as both teams hold 3-1 records and advance to the playoffs.

The Toronto Marlboros are supreme in the Subban Division with a 4-0 record while the Markham Waxers are off to the Quarter-Finals for the first time since 2006 following a 2-1 overtime win over the Brantford 99ers.

The showcase features a three-way tie atop the scoring race with Toronto Jr. Canadiens teammates Porter Martone (5-5–10) and Michael Hage (4-6–10) joining Mississauga Senators forward Caden Kelly (3-7–10) with 10 points through four games. Underage Senators forward William Moore leads all players with six goals.

Here’s a look at Friday’s results.


2022 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour Day 3 Results:

Game 29 – Vaughan Kings 6 vs. Northern Ontario Hockey Association 1
Kings MVP – Luciano Bruno (1G, 1A)
NOHA MVP – Masen Wray
Recap – Stats

Game 30 – London Jr. Knights 8 vs. York-Simcoe Express 0
Jr. Knights MVP – Jett Luchanko (3G, 2A)
Express MVP – Nicholas Ferrante
Recap – Stats

Game 31 – Toronto Marlboros 5 vs. Brantford 99ers 1
Marlboros MVP – Beckett Sennecke (1G, 1A)
99ers MVP – Marek Vanacker (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 32 – Niagara North Stars 4 vs. North York Rangers 3 – OT
Stars MVP – Luca Testa (1G, 1A)
Rangers MVP – Rowan Topp
Recap – Stats

Game 33 – Huron-Perth Lakers 0 vs. Thunder Bay Kings 0
Lakers MVP – Colby Booth-Housego (19 SV)
Kings MVP – Morgan Henderson
Recap – Stats

Game 34 – Quinte Red Devils 2 vs. Waterloo Wolves 1 – OT
Red Devils MVP – Ethan Toms (1G)
Wolves MVP – Noah Bender (23 SV)
Recap – Stats

Game 35 – London Jr. Knights 3 vs. Don Mills Flyers 0
Jr. Knights MVP – Liam Spencer (1G, 1A)
Flyers MVP – Logan Burnham
Recap – Stats

Game 36 – Vaughan Kings 3 vs. York-Simcoe Express 2
Kings MVP – Landon Miller (20 SV)
Express MVP – Rylan Tait (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 37 – Markham Waxers 2 vs. Brantford 99ers 1 – OT
Marlboros MVP – Nate Gillis (15 SV)
99ers MVP – Justin Robinson (14 SV)
Recap – Stats

Game 38 – Toronto Jr. Canadiens 4 vs. TPH Hockey 1
Jr. Canadiens MVP – Jacob Battaglia (1G, 2A)
TPH MVP – CJ Hurley (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 39 – Mississauga Senators 7 vs. Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs 3
Senators MVP – Malcolm Spence (3G)
Chiefs MVP – Ethan Facchina (2G)
Recap – Stats

Game 40 – Markham Majors 3 vs. Huron-Perth Lakers 2 – OT
Majors MVP – Liam Greentree (1G)
Lakers MVP – Carter McCluskey (20 SV)
Recap – Stats

All tournament games feature live scoring complete with the OHL’s Game Centre module.

Quarter-Final and Semi-Final action goes Saturday, culminating in Monday’s Championship Final at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The OHL Cup Championship Final can be seen streaming live for free on OHL Live and will be aired across Ontario on the OHL Action Pak.

All games are available live and on demand through GameOnStream.

The showcase provides fans and scouts one last opportunity to see many of the top U16 AAA players from across Ontario and parts of the United States compete for the OHL Cup performing against the best competition prior to the 2022 OHL Priority Selection set to take place April 29th and 30th.

For more information, visit OHLCup.ca.

About the Ontario Hockey League
The Ontario Hockey League is a proud member of the Canadian Hockey League which is the world’s largest development hockey league with 60 teams in nine Canadian provinces and four American states. In addition to the OHL, the CHL is made up of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. The CHL supplies more players to the National Hockey League and U SPORTS than any other league.


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