INAUGURAL U14 OHL CUP PRESENTED BY DAIRY FARMERS OF ONTARIO GETS UNDERWAY ON THURSDAY

Toronto, Ont. – The inaugural U14 OHL Cup presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario and hosted by the Ontario Minor Hockey Association gets underway on Thursday at Joshua’s Creek Arena in Oakville, Ont., with Ontario’s top-12 U14 AAA teams assembled to play for provincial supremacy.

“The OHL is proud to partner with the OMHA to present this exciting opportunity, and we look forward to an outstanding weekend of hockey in Oakville,” said OHL Commissioner David Branch. “Occurring annually since 2003, the OHL Cup Showcase for U16 AAA players has included familiar names such as Connor McDavid, John Tavares and Steven Stamkos, in addition to countless players that have played in the OHL and gone on to pursue various careers with the use of their OHL Scholarship.

“The Ontario Hockey League is very proud to be a part of presenting a championship tournament of this magnitude to the U14 AAA category.”

Round robin play gets underway bright and early on Thursday morning with 12 games on the schedule, with play resuming on Friday morning at 9:00am. The Championship Final is slated for Saturday at 3:00pm.

Participating Teams:

Byfield Division:

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs (ALLIANCE)
Qualified: ALLIANCE Champions (def. London Jr. Knights 7-1 pts.)
Regular Season: 22-2-3, 47 pts. (1st West Division)

Soo Jr. Greyhounds (NOHA)
Qualified: 
NOHA Champions (def. Sudbury Nickel Capitals 9-3)
Regular Season: 22-2-0, 44 pts. (1st Place)

York-Simcoe Express (OMHA – ETA)
Qualified: 
OMHA Finalists (lost to Peterborough Petes 3-2 OT)
Regular Season: 23-3-3, 49 pts. (2nd Place)

Duchene Division:

London Jr. Knights (ALLIANCE)
Qualified: ALLIANCE Finalists (Lost to Elgin-Middlesex 7-1 in pts.)
Regular Season: 16-5-3, 35 pts. (2nd West Division)

Oakville Rangers (OMHA – SCTA)
Qualified: 
OMHA Third Place (def. Barrie Colts 5-0)
Regular Season: 23-0-2, 48 pts. (1st Place)

Vaughan Kings (GTHL)
Qualified: GTHL Champions (def. Toronto Marlboros 5-2)
Regular Season: 27-1-0, 54 pts. (1st Place)

Perfetti Division:

North York Rangers (GTHL)
Qualified: 
GTHL Third Place (def. Toronto Jr. Canadiens 2-1)
Regular Season: 17-7-4, 38 pts. (t-3rd Place)

Sudbury Nickel Capitals (NOHA)
Qualified:
 NOHA Finalists (Lost to Soo Jr. Greyhounds 9-3)
Regular Season: 11-16-1, 23 pts. (3rd Place)

Upper Canada Cyclones (HEO)
Qualified:
 HEO Champions (def. Ottawa Myers Automotive 7-1 pts.)
Regular Season: 13-9-8, 34 pts. (2nd Place)

Stamkos Division:

Peterborough Petes (OMHA – ETA)
Qualified: OMHA Champions (def. York-Simcoe Express 3-2 OT)
Regular Season: 21-3-2, 44 pts. (1st Place)

Ottawa Myers Automotive (HEO)
Qualified: HEO Finalists (Lost to Upper Canada Cyclones 7-1 pts.)
Regular Season: 12-9-9, 33 pts. (3rd Place)

Toronto Marlboros (GTHL)
Qualified: GTHL Finalists (Lost to Vaughan Kings 5-2)
Regular Season: 20-4-4, 44 pts (2nd Place)

Round Robin Schedule:

Thursday, April 14th:
Toronto Marlboros vs. Peterborough Petes – 8:00am (Red Rink)
York-Simcoe Express vs. Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs – 8:30am (Blue Rink)
London Jr. Knights vs. Vaughan Kings – 9:30am (Red Rink)
Sudbury Nickel Capitals vs. Upper Canada Cyclones – 10:00am (Blue Rink)
Ottawa Myers Automotive vs. Toronto Marlboros – 1:00pm (Red Rink)
Soo Jr. Greyhounds vs. York-Simcoe Express – 1:30pm (Blue Rink)
Oakville Rangers vs. London Jr. Knights – 2:30pm (Red Rink)
North York Rangers vs. Sudbury Nickel Capitals – 3:00pm (Blue Rink)
Peterborough Petes vs. Ottawa Myers Automotive – 6:00pm (Red Rink)
Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs vs. Soo Jr. Greyhounds – 6:30pm (Blue Rink)
Vaughan Kings vs. Oakville Rangers – 7:30pm (Red Rink)
Upper Canada Cyclones vs. North York Rangers – 8:00pm (Blue Rink)

Follow the 2022 U14 OHL Cup presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario at u14ohlcup.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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