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

Contents

1 History 2 Current teams 3 John A. Cameron Trophy League Champions 4 Former teams 5 References 6 External links

History[edit] From 1968 until 2010, the league was known as the Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League. At the start of the 2010-2011 regular season, the league was rebranded under its new name - National Capital Junior Hockey League (NCJHL). In April 2015, the NCJHL accepted the application of the Morrisburg Lions to join the league for starting in the 2015-2016 season. The Lions were one of 6 teams dropped when the Eastern Ontario
Ontario
Junior Hockey League re-configured and re-branded as the Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2.[2] In March 2017, it was announced that the reigning NCJHL champions, Embrun Panthers, were joining CCHL Tier 2 in the fall of 2017. In April 2017, four new teams have been accepted to join the NCJHL: two brand new teams - Blackburn Inferno and Bytown Royals; and two former CCHL Tier 2 teams - Metcalfe Jets
Metcalfe Jets
and South Grenville Rangers, bringing the total to 12 teams. In July 2017, the Rockland Nationals became the Les Castors de Clarence (Clarence Castors) after originally moving to Clarence to become the Jr. C version of the CCHL's Rockland Nationals. The CCHL2 Clarence Castors
Clarence Castors
moved to Carleton Place to serve as an affiliation to the Carleton Place Canadians, calling themselves the Carleton Place Jr. Canadians. Current teams[edit]

Team Centre Founded

Blackburn Inferno Blackburn Hamlet, ON 2017

Bytown Royals Vanier, ON 2017

Clarence Castors Clarence, ON 1973

Cumberland Bandits Orleans, ON 1986

Gatineau Hull-Volant Gatineau, QC 2006

Metcalfe Jets Metcalfe, ON 2017

Morrisburg Lions Morrisburg, ON 1971

North Dundas Rockets Chesterville, ON 2011

Papineau Vikings St-André-Avellin, QC 1998

South Grenville Rangers Prescott, ON 2017

St-Isidore Eagles St. Isidore de Prescott, ON 1974

Vankleek Hill Cougars Vankleek Hill, ON 1991

John A. Cameron Trophy League Champions[edit]

John A. Cameron Trophy The EOJCHL Championship

Year Champion Finalist

1969 North Eamers Corners

1970 Osnabruck Township Angels

1971 Glen Walter Flyers

1972 Char-Lan Optimist

1973 Char-Lan Rebels

1974 Cornwall Township Polaris

1975 Char-Lan Rebels

1976 Char-Lan Rebels

1977 Chesterville Jets

1978 Embrun 72's

1979 Char-Lan Rebels

1980 Embrun 72's

1981 Crysler Raiders

1982 Embrun 72's

1983 Embrun 72's

1984 Alexandria Glens

1985 Chesterville Flyers

1986 Chesterville Flyers

1987 St. Isidore Eagles

1988 Rockland Nationals

1989 Casselman Stars

1990 St. Isidore Eagles

1991 St. Isidore Eagles

1992 Vankleek Hill Cougars

1993 Casselman Stars

1994 Embrun 72's

1995 Embrun 72's

1996 Embrun 72's

1997 Embrun 72's

1998 Casselman Stars

1999 Casselman Stars

Year Champion Finalist

2000 Casselman Stars

2001 Embrun Panthers Vankleek Hill Cougars

2002 Embrun Panthers Vankleek Hill Cougars

2003 Vankleek Hill Cougars Rockland Nationals

2004 Embrun Panthers Rockland Nationals

2005 Casselman Stars Embrun Panthers

2006 Embrun Panthers Casselman Stars

2007 East Ottawa Thunder Embrun Panthers

2008 East Ottawa Thunder Embrun Panthers

2009 Embrun Panthers East Ottawa Thunder

2010 Embrun Panthers Rockland Nationals

2011 Embrun Panthers Rockland Nationals

2012 Embrun Panthers St. Isidore Eagles

2013 Cumberland Bandits St. Isidore Eagles

2014 Embrun Panthers Vankleek Hill Cougars

2015 Papineauville Vikings Embrun Panthers

2016 Papineauville Vikings Embrun Panthers

2017 Embrun Panthers North Dundas Rockets

2018 Papineauville Vikings North Dundas Rockets

Former teams[edit]

Alexandria Glens Char-Lan Rebels Casselman Stars Embrun Panthers
Embrun Panthers
(1972-2017) - join the CCHL2 Cornwall Township Flyers Long Sault Vipers Outaouais Jr. Académie Russell Lions North Stormont Express Maxville Mustangs

References[edit]

^ http://thereview.ca/story/new-junior-hockey-league-announced ^ http://www.morrisburgleader.ca/sports/2015/04/15/morrisburg-junior-lions-cut-from-eojhl/

External links[edit]

Website

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Junior ice hockey leagues in North America

Canadian Hockey League

Ontario
Ontario
Hockey League Quebec
Quebec
Major Junior Hockey League Western Hockey League

Hockey Canada

Junior A

CJHL Alberta British Columbia Central Canada Manitoba Maritime Northern Ontario Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan Superior International

Junior B

Calgary Capital Capitale Central Canada Chaudiere-Appalaches Greater Ontario Heritage Island Keystone Kootenay International Lakehead Lac St-Louis Laurentides-Lanaudiere Metropolitaine New Brunswick North Eastern Alberta North West Nova Scotia Pacific Prairie Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean St. John's Vancouver Island

Junior C

Calgary Central West Hanover Tache Hockey Expert Laval Lac St-Jean Lac St-Louis Mauricie Montreal National Capital Noralta Nova Scotia Nunavut Orford-St-Francois PEI Provincial Qu’Appelle Valley Rive-Nord Richelieu Valley Saguenay Yamaska-Missisquoi

Other

Manitoba Major

USA Hockey

Tier I

United States Hockey League

Tier II

North American Hockey League

Tier III

EHL (EHL, EHL Premier) NA3HL RMJHL

United Hockey Union

Tier II

Western States

Tier III

Canadian Premier

Independent

Greater Metro USPHL (NCDC, Premier, Elite)

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