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National Capital Junior Hockey League

National Capital Junior Hockey League
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Membership Ottawa District Hockey Association
President Ian McRae
Directors Richard Charest & Hubert Seguin
Founded 1968
2011-12 Champions Embrun Panthers
Website NCJHL Website

The National Capital Junior Hockey League (NCJHL) is a Junior ice hockey league in Ontario, Canada, sanctioned by the Ottawa District Hockey Association and Hockey Canada. The league is meant to be an interprovincial league between Ontario and Quebec.[1]

History

From 1968 until 2010, the league was known as the Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League.

Current Teams

Team Centre Founded
Gatineau Jr. Olympiques Gatineau, QC 2006
La Peche Predators La Pêche, QC 1996
Papineauville Vikings Papineauville, QC 1998
Rockland Nationals Rockland, ON 1987
Cumberland Bandits Orleans, ON 1986
Embrun Panthers Embrun, ON 1972
North Dundas Rockets North Dundas, ON 2011
St-Isidore Eagles St. Isidore de Prescott, ON
Vankleek Hill Cougars Vankleek Hill, ON 1991

John A. Cameron Trophy League Champions

  • 2013 Cumberland Bandits
  • 2012 Embrun Panthers
  • 2011 Embrun Panthers
  • 2010 Embrun Panthers
  • 2009 Embrun Panthers
  • 2008 East Ottawa Thunder
  • 2007 East Ottawa Thunder
  • 2006 Embrun Panthers
  • 2005 Casselman Stars
  • 2004 Embrun Panthers
  • 2003 Vankleek Hill Cougars
  • 2002 Embrun Panthers
  • 2001 Embrun Panthers
  • 2000 Casselman Stars
  • 1999 Casselman Stars
  • 1998 Casselman Stars
  • 1997 Embrun 72's
  • 1996 Embrun 72's
  • 1995 Embrun 72's
  • 1994 Embrun 72's
  • 1993 Casselman Stars
  • 1992 Vankleek Hill Cougars
  • 1991 St. Isidore Aigles
  • 1990 St. Isidore Aigles
  • 1989 Casselman Stars
  • 1988 Rockland Nationals
  • 1987 St. Isidore Aigles
  • 1986 Chesterville Flyers
  • 1985 Chesterville Flyers
  • 1984 Alexandria Glens
  • 1983 Embrun 72's
  • 1982 Embrun 72's
  • 1981 Crysler Raiders
  • 1980 Embrun 72's
  • 1979 Char-Lan Rebels
  • 1978 Embrun 72's
  • 1977 Chesterville Jets
  • 1976 Char-Lan Rebels
  • 1975 Char-Lan Rebels
  • 1974 Cornwall Township Polaris
  • 1973 Char-Lan Rebels
  • 1972 Char-Lan Optimist
  • 1971 Glen Walter Flyers
  • 1970 Osnabruck Township Angels
  • 1969 North Eamers Corners

Former Member Teams

References

External links

  • Website
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