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Kings Drop Fred Page Cup Final

The impressive playoff run of the Pembroke Lumber Kings came to a halt in New Glasgow, NS as the host Pictou County Weeks Crushers defeated the Kings 4-1.  Earlier in the round robin the Kings hammered the Crushers 7-1, but that served as a wakeup call for the locals who reeled off four straight wins in four days to capture the title and qualify for the RBC in Cornwall.

The Kings did an admirable job of representing the CJHL and had an impressive 12-2 record in the CJHL playoffs.




The Pembroke Lumber Kings downed the Smiths Falls Bears 5-0 to win their second consecutive Art Bogart Cup, emblematic of supremacy in the Central Junior Hockey League. The Kings won the best of seven series four games to one after dropping the opener at home, reeling off four straight wins in the process.

Brandon Richardson capped his outstanding playoff in fine form, scoring four times in the game and being named Playoff Most Valuable Player.

The Lumber Kings have a ten day layoff before beginning defence of their Eastern Canada Championship at the Fred Page Cup. This years' tournament is being held in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia and hosted by the Week's Crushers Junior A team of the Maritime Junior Hockey League.

The Fred Page Cup winner will represent Eastern Canada at the Royal Bank Cup in Cornwall from May 3-11.


Many of you have registered for the CJHL Prospects Camp May 23-25.  1993 birth players have also signed up for the ODHA Under 16 Camp that same weekend.  The Camps are separate, but under the same roof at the Bell Sensplex.

The Prospects Camp promises to be the best ever.  IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING AND HAVE YET TO REGISTER, CALL ALLISON BERGIN AT 613-599-0355.  We are creating a waiting list to allow those who have yet to register an opportunity to showcase their skills before all eleven CJHL teams prior to the annual draft.

The ODHA Under 16 Camp allows the 1993 birth elite player the same exposure to CJHL personnel, but will also serve as an excellent information opportunity to understand the new CJHL Bantam Protected Player System, as well as the role the CJHL can play in conjunction with AAA minor hockey for players in the branch.

We look forward to sharing information and allowing our teams and their personnel to discuss their respective programs with parents and players.  The CJHL is also pleased to provide all participants with information about the CJHL, Junior A hockey, and the paths and opportunities that lie ahead.

See you at the Sensplex! 

Another CJHLer to the NCAA; Bears O'Neil off to Dartmouth


As the season heats up and the finals are upon us, NCAA Division I programs continue to reach out to CJHL players.  Veteran goaltender Jody O'Neil of the Smiths Falls Bears has accepted a scholarship to play at Dartmouth College in September.  The Big Green plays in the ECAC where O'Neil will face current Bears teammates Nick Tremblay and Mark Borowiecki as the number of Bears to the NCAA D1 ranks grows to seven and the CJHL numbers approach twenty.  Dozens more are off to various Division I and C.I.S. programs as the CJHL continues to demonstrate it's committment to excellence ont he ice and in the classroom

CJHL Grad Clitsome Graduates....Signs NHL Deal

Former Nepean Raider Grant Clitsome recently finished his collegiate career at Clarkson University and has signed with the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets. Click the link to read the release from the Clarkson website.

O'Dell named to Team Canada U18

Cumberland Grad alumni Eric O'Dell, who played in the CJHL until January this season, has been named to Team Canada for the World Under 18 Championship. O'Dell is the only player on the team that played Junior A this season and reflects the excellent calibre of play in the CJHL and the outstanding developmental role Junior A hockey plays in the Hockey Canada system. Congratulations to Eric and best of luck there and at the NHL Draft in June!

CJHL Top Graduating Player Lachapelle Commits to RMU


After completing his final year of Junior eligiblity, Hawkesbury Hawks captain Stefan Lachapelle has committed to attend Robert Morris University, adding to the already impressive list of NCAA Division 1 players from the CJHL.

The Waterloo ON native captured the CJHL's top gradutating player award this season and has won two CJHL titles in his four year career.

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