OHL Cup U16 AAA Rankings – Week 9

Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League today announced the Week 9 edition of the weekly U16 AAA rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup Showcase Tournament hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League.

The 2023 OHL Cup will feature 20 teams consisting of talent eligible for the 2023 OHL Priority Selection. Starting with Wild Card Play-In matchups on Tuesday, March 28, all games will be played at the Scotiabank Pond in Toronto until the Championship Final moves to the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Monday, April 3.

The weekly rankings are determined by a panel of OHL Central Scouting staff and represent the top teams that are competing to play in the annual year-end championship tournament.

U16 AAA Rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup – Week 9

RANK:TEAM:LAST WEEK:WKS RANKED:
1Toronto Marlboros (GTHL)19
2York-Simcoe Express (OMHA)29
3Peterborough Minor Petes (OMHA)49
4Toronto Jr. Canadiens (GTHL)39
5Halton Hurricanes (OMHA)59
6London Jr. Knights (ALLIANCE)69
7Mississauga Senators (GTHL)98
8Vaughan Kings (GTHL)79
9Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)105
10Toronto Nationals (GTHL)89
    
 Honourable Mention:  
 Central Ontario Wolves (OMHA)
 Southern Tier Admirals (OMHA)3
 Waterloo Wolves (ALLIANCE)1

The Peterborough Minor Petes continue a 16-game regular season winning streak, climbing into the third spot in this week’s rankings as they boast a record of 26-1-2. The GTHL’s Mississauga Senators and Mississauga Rebels are also on the rise in Week 9.

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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OHL Cup U16 AAA Top 10 Rankings – Week 6

Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League today announced the Week 6 edition of the weekly U16 AAA rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup Showcase Tournament hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League.

The 2023 OHL Cup will feature 20 teams consisting of talent eligible for the 2023 OHL Priority Selection. Starting with Wild Card Play-In matchups on Tuesday, March 28, all games will be played at the Scotiabank Pond in Toronto until the Championship Final moves to the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Monday, April 3.

The weekly rankings are determined by a panel of OHL Central Scouting staff and represent the top teams that are competing to play in the annual year-end championship tournament.

U16 AAA Rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup – Week 6

Rank:Team:LAST WEEKWEEKS RANKED
1Toronto Marlboros (GTHL)16
2York-Simcoe Express (OMHA)26
3Toronto Jr. Canadiens (GTHL)36
4Halton Hurricanes (OMHA)46
5London Jr. Knights (ALLIANCE)56
6Peterborough Petes (OMHA)66
7Toronto Nationals (GTHL)76
8Mississauga Senators (GTHL)105
9Vaughan Kings (GTHL)86
10Waterloo Wolves (ALLIANCE)1
    
 Honourable Mention:  
 Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)93
 Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
 Southern Tier Admirals (OMHA)2

The Mississauga Senators are on the rise, climbing two spots to eighth this week following consecutive wins over the Toronto Nationals, Toronto Titans and Toronto Red Wings last week. The Sens sit tied for fourth in the GTHL regular season standings, owning a record of 14-5-4. The Waterloo Wolves make their first top-10 appearance of 2022-23, riding a four-game winning streak following a recent 4-1 win over the Lambton Jr. Sting. Waterloo sits tied for third in the ALLIANCE standings with a record of 12-4-1.

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.

OHL CUP U16 AAA TOP 10 RANKINGS – WEEK 5

Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League today announced the Week 5 edition of the weekly U16 AAA rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup Showcase Tournament hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League.

The 2023 OHL Cup will feature 20 teams consisting of talent eligible for the 2023 OHL Priority Selection. Starting with Wild Card Play-In matchups on Tuesday, March 28, all games will be played at the Scotiabank Pond in Toronto until the Championship Final moves to the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Monday, April 3.

The weekly rankings are determined by a panel of OHL Central Scouting staff and represent the top teams that are competing to play in the annual year-end championship tournament.

U16 AAA Rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup – Week 5

Rank:Team:LAST WEEKWEEKS RANKED
1Toronto Marlboros (GTHL)15
2York-Simcoe Express (OMHA)45
3Toronto Jr. Canadiens (GTHL)25
4Halton Hurricanes (OMHA)55
5London Jr. Knights (ALLIANCE)35
6Peterborough Petes (OMHA)65
7Toronto Nationals (GTHL)85
8Vaughan Kings (GTHL)75
9Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)3
10Mississauga Senators (GTHL)94
 Honourable Mention:  
 Waterloo Wolves (ALLIANCE)
 Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)
 Southern Tier Admirals (OMHA)2

The OHL Cup Top 10 returns with the first edition of the new year that features the Toronto Marlboros Holiday Classic champion Marlies holding down top spot for a fifth straight week. The York-Simcoe Express are up two spots to number two on the list, boasting a regular season record of 17-0-3 as they continue a seven-game winning streak in the OMHA’s ETA circuit. The Marlboros Holiday Classic finalist Halton Hurricanes are up one spot to number four on the list while the Mississauga Rebels make their return, coming in at ninth.

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.

OHL CUP U16 AAA TOP 10 RANKINGS – WEEK 1

Toronto, Ont. – The 2022 Gloria Rints International Silver Stick is getting underway today in Whitby, Ont., marking a mid-season milestone on the road to the 2023 OHL Cup Showcase hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League that takes place from March 28 to April 3, 2023.

To celebrate the occasion of one of the season’s biggest U16 AAA tournaments, the OHL has released its first edition of the OHL Cup Top 10 Rankings, a list that will be released each Tuesday throughout the remainder of the season.

The 2023 OHL Cup will feature 20 teams consisting of talent eligible for the 2023 OHL Priority Selection. Starting with Wild Card Play-In matchups on Tuesday, March 28, all games will be played at the Scotiabank Pond in Toronto until the Championship Final moves to the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Monday, April 3.

The weekly rankings are determined by a panel of OHL Central Scouting staff and represent the top teams that are competing to play in the annual year-end championship tournament.

U16 AAA Rankings for the 2023 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour – Week 1

Rank:Team:
1Toronto Marlboros (GTHL)
2York-Simcoe Express (OMHA)
3London Jr. Knights (ALLIANCE)
4Halton Hurricanes (OMHA)
5Toronto Jr. Canadiens (GTHL)
6Peterborough Petes (OMHA)
7Vaughan Kings (GTHL)
8Mississauga Rebels (GTHL)
9Toronto Nationals (GTHL)
10Mississauga Senators (GTHL)
 Honourable Mention:
 Southern Tier Admirals (OMHA)
 Waterloo Wolves (ALLIANCE)
 Don Mills Flyers (GTHL)

History:
The OHL Cup returned in 2022 and did not disappoint as underage star Michael Misa turned heads, setting a new Showcase scoring record with 20 points (10-10–20) in seven games, capped by a hat-trick and five-point performance in a Mississauga Senators championship victory. The wild card entry Senators prevailed in the championship final over the Toronto Jr. Canadiens by a score of 6-2, finishing the tournament with a record of 6-1. Misa (Saginaw Spirit) and Mississauga Senators teammate Malcolm Spence (Erie Otters) would go on to be selected first and second overall in the 2022 OHL Priority Selection.

The 2022 OHL Priority Selection featured 19 players chosen in the first round who competed for the OHL Cup including Michael Misa (Mississauga Senators – 1st overall Saginaw Spirit), Malcolm Spence (Mississauga Senators – 2nd overall Erie Otters), Sam Dickinson (Toronto Marlboros – 4th overall Niagara IceDogs), Porter Martone (Toronto Jr. Canadiens – 5th overall Sarnia Sting), Jack Van Volsen (Toronto Jr. Canadiens – 6th overall Peterborough Petes), Henry Mews (Toronto Jr. Canadiens – 7th overall Ottawa 67’s), Beckett Sennecke (Toronto Marlboros – 8th overall Oshawa Generals), Michael Hage (Toronto Jr. Canadiens – 9th overall Kitchener Rangers), Jett Luchanko (London Jr. Knights – 12th overall Guelph Storm), Lucas Karmiris (Brantford 99ers -13th overall Mississauga Steelheads), Ben Danford (Quinte Red Devils – 14th overall Oshawa Generals), Luca Testa (Niagara North Stars – 15th overall London Knights), Christopher Brown (North York Rangers – 16th overall Soo Greyhounds), Gabriel Frasca (Mississauga Senators – 17th overall Kingston Frontenacs), Kaden Pitre (Vaughan Kings – 18th overall Flint Firebirds), Zayne Parekh (Markham Majors – 19th overall Saginaw Spirit), Frankie Marrelli (Markham Waxers – 21st overall Ottawa 67’s), Anthony Cristoforo (Toronto Jr. Canadiens – 22nd overall Windsor Spitfires) and Marek Vanacker (Brantford 99ers – 23rd overall Hamilton Bulldogs).

Notable OHL Cup graduates currently playing in the NHL include Connor McDavid (Toronto Marlboros/Edmonton Oilers), Steven Stamkos (Markham Waxers/Tampa Bay Lightning), John Tavares (Toronto Marlboros/Toronto Maple Leafs), Mitch Marner (Vaughan Kings/Toronto Maple Leafs), Travis Konecny (Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs/Philadelphia Flyers), Taylor Hall (Greater Kingston Frontenacs/Boston Bruins), Tyler Seguin (Toronto Nationals/Dallas Stars), Jamie Drysdale (Toronto Marlboros/Anaheim Ducks) and Wyatt Johnston (Toronto Marlboros/Dallas Stars) among a host of other names.

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.

VAUGHAN KINGS ARE INAUGURALU14 OHL CUP CHAMPIONS

TORONTO, ONTARIO – APRIL 10: during the warm up before playing the Grand Rapids Griffins on April 10, 2022 at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario. (Photo by Thomas Skrlj)

Oakville, Ont. – The Vaughan Kings are the first-ever champions of the U14 OHL Cup presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario and hosted by the Ontario Minor Hockey Association.

The GTHL champion Kings defeated the OMHA finalist York-Simcoe Express by a score of 8-1 on Saturday afternoon at Joshua’s Creek Arena in Oakville, becoming the first team to have its named inscribed on the U14 OHL Cup championship trophy.

Caleb Malhotra led the way with two goals and three assists while Jager Pain chipped in with a goal and two helpers as Vaughan accomplished its mission, reigning supreme as Ontario’s top U14 AAA team.

“It’s a little surreal,” said Kings head coach Daniel Spivak, who worked alongside a pair of OHL alumni in assistants Justin DiBenedetto and Mark Cundari. “The boys came hard, and after two years of interrupted hockey seasons, this is awfully rewarding for our guys who never quit and kept putting in the work.

“All of these guys bought in,” Spivak continued. “As a coach, it’s all you can hope for. They pushed through, they never stopped and it’s remarkable.”

Vaughan played to a mark of 4-0-1, outscoring opponents 36-11. Their pathway to the Championship Final included a 2-2 tie against the London Jr. Knights in their tournament-opener followed by a commanding 9-3 win over the Oakville Rangers. They bested the ALLIANCE champion Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs 7-3 in Quarterfinal action and took down the OMHA champion Peterborough Petes 10-2 in Saturday morning’s Semi-final affair.

The son of former OHL forward and NHL alumnus Manny Malhotra, Caleb Malhotra’s five-point performance pushed him into the tournament scoring lead as he finished with 13 points (5-8–13) over five games while teammates Ben Bowen (8-3–11), Jager Pain (5-6–11) and Alessandro Di Iorio (5-6–11) each trailed close behind with 11.

York-Simcoe finished up with an overall record of 3-1-1, being led offensively by Brayden Boyle who recorded five points (4-1–5) in as many games.

The U14 OHL Cup championship trophy was presented by OHL Commissioner David Branch alongside the League’s Director of Player Recruitment and Development Kyle Pereira.

Tournament action was streamed live via GameOnStream, with archived action available at u14ohlcup.gameonstream.com.

For full results and statistics from the 2022 U14 OHL Cup presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario, visit 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.

MISSISSAUGA SENATORS ARE 2022 OHL CUP POWERED BY UNDER ARMOUR CHAMPIONS

Toronto, Ont. – Michael Misa had a record night, powering the wild card entry Mississauga Senators to a 6-2 win in the 2022 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour Championship Final at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.

A big crowd witnessed the first-ever Championship Final hat trick and five-point performance as Misa, an underage forward,  broke Connor McDavid’s 2012 showcase record, claiming tournament MVP honours with 20 points (10-10–20) in seven games.

“This is the biggest tournament of minor hockey and I’ll remember this game forever,” said Misa, soaking in the win post-game. “It’s been a great ride with the boys and I couldn’t have dreamed of a better ending.”

Senators head coach Chris Stevenson has coached the group since their minor atom days, and was emotional after the final horn.

“We took the long road. Obviously we didn’t have the GTHL Playoffs that we hoped for but we learned from it, got to that wild card game and got better every game.

“I couldn’t be prouder of these guys. I’ve seen them grow and tonight means so much.”

The first Senators championship in OHL Cup history started fast as Bode Stewart and Malcolm Spence scored a pair of goals in the opening five minutes, but the Jr. Canadiens would respond as Porter Martone scored his seventh of the showcase at 7:38.

Misa’s first of the night came with 3:49 remaining in the opening frame as he took a Justin Hyunh feed on the doorstep and put it past Jr. Canadiens netminder Paolo Frasca to send the Sens to the dressing room up 3-1.

The Jr. Canadiens suffered a blow early in the second period when Martone was ejected from the game, but got a shot in the arm on a power play blast from Anthony Cristoforo who brought them within two. Misa’s second of the night came unassisted at 10:39 of the second as the Senators wrestled back the momentum for good. He’d complete the hat trick 1:08 into the third for his 10th goal of the showcase, besting Shane Wright’s 2019 mark of 18 points on the tournament.

Misa surpassed McDavid on Bode Stewart’s second goal of the night with 1:24 left on the clock, sealing the deal as Mississauga led 6-2.

The Senators outshot the Jr. Canadiens 26-21, going 3-for-6 on the power play as goaltender Evan Maillet made 19 saves.

The loss marks the Jr. Canadiens’ first of the tournament as they finish with a record of 6-1. Michael Hage led JRC with 16 points (7-9–16) trailed closely by Martone who produced 15 (7-8–15). Anthony Cristoforo (2-7–9) led all defencemen with nine points in the tournament.

The Mississauga Senators reign supreme in 2022, defeating the Ajax-Pickering Raiders 8-2 in wild card action before playing to a 6-1 record, outscoring opponents 40-18. Misa led the way on the scoresheet with his new showcase record of 20 points (10-10–20). The Senators join the 2017 Mississauga Reps and 2010 Mississauga Rebels as the third wild card entry to hoist the OHL Cup.

The OHL Cup was presented to Senators goaltenders Evan Maillet and Kabo Leung by GTHL President Don West and OHL Commissioner David Branch. The game was broadcast live on CHL TV and across the province on the OHL Action Pak.

For more information, visit ohlcup.ca.

GAME CENTRE


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.

OHL ANNOUNCES 2021-22 U16 AAAPLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS

Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League today announced the six recipients of U16 AAA Player of the Year Awards for players representing the four Ontario Hockey Federation Member Partners including the ALLIANCE, Greater Toronto Hockey League, Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and both the Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s ETA and SCTA regions, along with Hockey Eastern Ontario.

This year’s winners include Lucas Karmiris of the Brantford 99ers (ALLIANCE), Malcolm Spence of the Mississauga Senators (GTHL), Cole Beaudoin of the Nepean Raiders (HEO), Nolan Newton of the Sudbury Nickel Capitals (NOHA), Ethan Procyszyn of the North Central Predators (OMHA – ETA) and Luca Testa of the Niagara North Stars (OMHA – SCTA).

“Congratulations to the recipients of this year’s awards and thank you to the families, coaches, and teammates for their tremendous support of these remarkable players over the course of the season and throughout their minor hockey careers,” said Kyle Pereira, the OHL’s Director of Player Recruitment.

“The OHL continues to recognize all the hard work, dedication, and extraordinary accomplishments from across Ontario. We thank all players for another great season and wish them the very best of luck in their hockey and academic careers.”

This year’s recipients are all forwards, with Karmiris leading the Brantford 99ers to a first place finish in the regular season, producing a league-leading 37 goals, 30 assists and 67 points in just 27 games. GTHL Player of the Year Malcolm Spence has guided the wild card entry Mississauga Senators to an appearance in the OHL Cup Championship Final. HEO recipient Cole Beaudoin led the league in assists with 53 for 77 total points playing against older competition. Nolan Newton earned NOHA Player of the Year honours playing against older opponents in the Great North Midget League, finishing the season with 14 goals, 22 assists and 36 points in 27 games. Ethan Procyszyn of the North Central Predators led the OMHA’s ETA circuit in goals (26) assists (26) and points (52) to claim top honours. OMHA SCTA Player of the Year Luca Testa was his League’s offensive leader, helping the Niagara North Stars to a silver medal finish at the OMHA championships after a 59-point season (34-25–59).

The awards are presented annually to honour the U16 AAA players who best exemplify outstanding ability and the qualities of sportsmanship and leadership as voted by the minor hockey coaches, managers and organizations of each respective league.

Past Award Winners:

ALLIANCE Player of the Year:
2022 – Lucas Karmiris, Brantford 99ers
2020 – Bryce McConnell-Barker, London Jr. Knights
2019 – Deni Goure, Chatham-Kent Cyclones
2018 – Matthew Maggio, Sun County Panthers
2017 – Ryan Suzuki, London Jr. Knights
2016 – Owen Lalonde, Windsor Jr. Spitfires
2015 – Nick Suzuki, London Jr. Knights
2014 – Anthony Salinitri, Windsor Jr. Spitfires
2013 – Travis Konecny, Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs
2012 – Jared McCann, London Jr. Knights Gold
2011 – Bo Horvat, Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

GTHL Player of the Year:
2022 – Malcolm Spence, Mississauga Senators
2020 – Pano Fimis, Toronto Jr. Canadiens
2019 – Shane Wright, Don Mills Flyers
2018 – Jamie Drysdale, Toronto Marlboros
2017 – Nick Porco, Vaughan Kings
2016 – Ryan Merkley, Toronto Jr. Canadiens
2015 – Ryan McLeod, Toronto Marlboros
2014 – Adam Mascherin, Vaughan Kings
2013 – Dylan Strome, Toronto Marlboros
2012 – Connor McDavid, Toronto Marlboros
2011 – Nick Ritchie, Toronto Marlboros

HEO Player of the Year:
2022 – Cole Beaudoin, Nepean Raiders
2020 – Cedrick Guindon, Rockland Nationals
2019 – Mason McTavish, Pembroke Lumber Kings
2018 – Josh Barnes, Cornwall Colts
2017 – Alexandre Hogue, Cumberland Grads
2016 – Paul Larabie, Nepean Raiders
2015 – Gabriel Vilardi, CIH Academy
2014 – William Bitten, Ottawa Jr. 67’s
2013 – Andrew Peski, Ottawa Jr. 67’s
2012 – Andrew Abou-Assaly, Ottawa Jr. 67’s
2011 – Nicholas Baptiste, Ottawa Senators

NOHA Player of the Year:
2022 – Nolan Newton, Sudbury Nickel Capitals
2020 – Connor Toms, Soo Jr. Greyhounds
2019 – Chase Stillman, Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves
2018 – Pacey Schlueting, North Bay Trappers
2017 – Camaryn Baber, Soo Midget Greyhounds
2016 – Damien Giroux, Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves
2015 – Cayse Ton, New Liskeard Cubs
2014 – Zach Dorval, Soo Thunder
2013 – Blake Speers, Soo Thunder
2012 – Michael Amadio, Sault Ste. Marie North Stars
2011 – Ryan Kujawinski, Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves

OMHA ETA Player of the Year:
2022 – Ethan Procyszyn, North Central Predators
2020 – Donovan McCoy, Quinte Red Devils
2019 – Brenden Sirizzotti, Whitby Wildcats
2018 – Quinton Byfield, York Simcoe Express
2017 – Alex Newhook, York Simcoe Express
2016 – Aidan Dudas, North Central Predators
2015 – Brady Gilmour, Quinte Red Devils
2014 – Chris Paquette, Greater Kingston Jr Frontenacs

OMHA SCTA Player of the Year:
2022 – Luca Testa, Southern Tier Admirals
2020 – Sam Alfano, Southern Tier Admirals
2019 – Lawson Sherk, Halton Hurricanes
2018 – Cameron Tolnai, Oakville Rangers
2017 – Matthew Dunsmoor, Guelph Jr. Gryphons
2016 – Adam McMaster, Niagara North Stars
2015 – Liam Stevens, Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs
2014 – Rylee St Onge, Niagara North Stars

*prior to 2014 there was a single OMHA Player of the Year award recipient

Past OMHA Players of the Year:
2013 – Matt Spencer, Oakville Rangers*
2012 – Nik Coric, York Simcoe Express*
2011 – Alex Yuill, Quinte Red Devils*

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.

2022 OHL CUP POWERED BY UNDER ARMOUR DAY 4 SUMMARY

Toronto, Ont. – The 2022 OHL Cup Showcase Tournament powered by Under Armour and hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League is down to two teams as the GTHL’s Mississauga Senators and Toronto Jr. Canadiens emerged victorious following this morning’s Quarter-Finals and this evening’s Semi-Final contests.

The GTHL champion Toronto Jr. Canadiens are into the OHL Cup Championship Final with a perfect 6-0 record, defeating the Quinte Red Devils by a score of 5-1 in Semi-Final play. The Jr. Canadiens defeated the Vaughan Kings 5-2 in Saturday morning’s Quarter-Final action.

The wild card entry Mississauga Senators are Championship-bound, improving to 5-1 following a 5-2 victory over the GTHL finalist Markham Majors. The Sens eliminated the London Jr. Knights by a score of 4-1 in Saturday morning’s Quarter-Final contest.

The 2022 OHL Cup Championship Final on Monday at 7:00pm features two GTHL teams ranked inside the OHL Cup Top 10 Rankings throughout the season, with the top-ranked Jr. Canadiens poised to face the third-ranked Senators for the sixth time this season. Be sure to catch all of the action live from the Mattamy Athletic Centre streaming on CHL TV (sign up for an account here) as well as aired across the province on the OHL Action Pak.

Here’s a look at Saturday’s results:

2022 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour Quarter-Final Results:

Quarter-Final #1: Markham Majors 5 vs. Markham Waxers 1
Majors MVP – Zayne Parekh (2G, 1A)
Waxers MVP – Noah Smith
Recap – Stats

Quarter-Final #2: Quinte Red Devils 2 vs. Toronto Marlboros 1
Red Devils MVP – Ethan Toms (1G)
Marlboros MVP – Beckett Sennecke (1G)
Recap – Stats

Quarter-Final #3: Mississauga Senators 4 vs. London Jr. Knights 1
Senators MVP – Michael Misa (2G, 1A)
Jr. Knights MVP – Brodie McConnell-Barker (1A)
Recap – Stats

Quarter-Final #4: Toronto Jr. Canadiens 5 vs. Vaughan Kings 2
Jr. Canadiens MVP – Jack Van Volsen (2G)
Kings MVP – Sam O’Reilly (1G)
Recap – Stats

2022 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour Semi-Final Results:

Semi-Final #1: Mississauga Senators 5 vs. Markham Majors 2
Senators MVP – William Moore (1G)
Majors MVP – Carson Hall (1G)
Recap – Stats

Semi-Final #2: Toronto Jr. Canadiens 5 vs. Quinte Red Devils 1
Jr. Canadiens MVP – Porter Martone (1G)
Red Devils MVP – Michael McIvor (24 SV)
Recap – Stats

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

Through four days of action, Michael Hage (7-8–15) of the Toronto Jr. Canadiens and underage forward Michael Misa (7-8–15) of the Mississauga Senators sit tied for the tournament scoring lead, producing 15 points apiece. Sens underage forward William Moore sits tied with Hage and Misa for the showcase goal-scoring lead, lighting the lamp seven times. Scoring leaders

2022 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour Championship Final:

Monday, April 4, 2022

Mattamy Athletic Centre at Maple Leaf Gardens – 7:00pm

Mississauga Senators (5-1-0) vs. Toronto Jr. Canadiens (6-0-0)

Monday’s Championship Final will be broadcast live on CHL TV and across the province on the OHL Action Pak.

Fans interested in attending Monday’s Championship Final are able to do so free of charge. Per Ryerson University’s current Covid-19 protocols, please be prepared to show proof of vaccination and abide by the University’s masking protocols while inside the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Visit ryerson.ca/covid-19 for full details

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.

2022 OHL CUP POWERED BY UNDER ARMOUR DAY 3 SUMMARY

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.

SCORES | STATS | STANDINGS | SCHEDULE

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.

2022 OHL CUP POWERED BY UNDER ARMOUR DAY 2 SUMMARY

Toronto, Ont. – The 2022 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour and hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League continued on Thursday with a total of 12 games on the Round Robin schedule.

The GTHL’s Toronto Jr. Canadiens and Markham Majors both improved to 3-0, clinching first place in their respective divisions to earn a spot in Saturday’s Quarter-Finals. The Toronto Marlboros, Brantford 99ers and York-Simcoe Express also stayed perfect on Thursday as the former sits at 3-0 and the latter two at 2-0. The Marlboros and 99ers face each other on Friday morning.

Jr. Canadiens teammates Porter Martone (4-5–9) and Michael Hage (3-6–9) sit tied for the showcase scoring lead with nine points apiece while four others trail close behind with seven. Jr. Canadiens rearguard Anthony Cristoforo (1-6–7) leads all blueliners with seven points.

In the crease, Markham Majors netminder Jacob Gibbons has been flawless through 90 minutes of play, posting his second of back-to-back shutouts in a 4-0 blanking of the Quinte Red Devils on Thursday. Brantford 99ers goaltender Justin Robinson has stopped 73 of 75 shots sent his way, going 2-0 in the crease.

SCORES | STATS | STANDINGS | SCHEDULE

2022 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour Day 2 Results:

Game 17 – Huron-Perth Lakers 1 vs. Quinte Red Devils 1
Lakers MVP – Carter McCluskey (30 SV)
Red Devils MVP – Ben Danford (1A)
Recap – Stats

Game 18 – Northern Ontario Hockey Association 4 vs. Don Mills Flyers 2
NOHA MVP – Jesse Lefebvre (1G)
Flyers MVP – Matthew D’Angelo (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 19 – Brantford 99ers 5 vs. Niagara North Stars 1
99ers MVP – Gabe Chiarot (2A)
North Stars MVP – Andrew Vermeulen (1A)
Recap – Stats

Game 20 – Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs 5 vs. Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs 3
Chiefs MVP – Clark Sandham (1G)
Jr. Bulldogs MVP – Nathan Solomon (1A)
Recap – Stats

Game 21 – London Jr. Knights 4 vs. Vaughan Kings 1
Jr. Knights MVP – Ryan Roobroeck (2G, 2A)
Kings MVP – Kaden Pitre (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 22 – Markham Waxers 5 vs. North York Rangers 2
Waxers MVP – Owen Griffin (1G, 1A)
Rangers MVP – Kieron Walton (1A)
Recap – Stats

Game 23 – Mississauga Senators 4 vs. TPH Hockey 1
Senators MVP – William Moore (2G)
TPH MVP – Caeden Heins (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 24 – Thunder Bay Kings 2 vs. Waterloo Wolves 1
Kings MVP – Carter George (30 SV)
Wolves MVP – Nolan Shaw (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 25 – York-Simcoe Express 5 vs. Don Mills Flyers 2
Express MVP – Michael Denney (1G, 1A)
Flyers MVP – Jameson Steele (1G)
Recap – Stats

Game 26 – Markham Majors 4 vs. Quinte Red Devils 0
Majors MVP – Ryan Tizzard (1A)
Red Devils MVP – Gage Butcher
Recap – Stats

Game 27 – Toronto Jr. Canadiens 9 vs. Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs 3
Jr. Canadiens MVP – Michael Hage (2G, 3A)
Jr. Bulldogs MVP – Clark Dunford (2G)
Recap – Stats

Game 28 – Toronto Marlboros 6 vs. Niagara North Stars 1
Marlboros MVP – Matthew Little (3G)
Stars MVP – Andrew Vermeulen (1G)
Recap – Stats

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

Round Robin action concludes on Friday with 12 games on the schedule. 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 Rogers Super Sports 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.

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.