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1984–85 OJHL season

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1984–85 OJHL season
LeagueOntario Junior Hockey League
DurationRegular season
1984-09 – 1985-02
1985-02 – 1985-04
Number of teams8
Finals championsOrillia Travelways
OJHL seasons

The 1984–85 OJHL season is the 13th season of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL). The eight teams of the league played a 48-game season. The all eight teams made the playoffs.

The winner of the OJHL playoffs, the Orillia Travelways, were already hosting the 1985 Centennial Cup and were therefore exempted from the Buckland Cup/Dudley Hewitt Cup series against the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League champion. Instead, the league finalists, the Aurora Tigers were granted the option of playing for the OHA and Central Canadian Championship. Both the Tigers and Travelways ended up at the Centennial Cup, which the Travelways won.[1]


Final standings

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points; x = clinched playoff berth; y = clinched division title; z = clinched conference title

Orillia Travelways 48 39 7 2 346 168 80
Aurora Tigers 48 34 11 3 358 210 71
Newmarket Flyers 48 26 17 5 304 255 57
Dixie Beehives 48 25 18 5 263 235 55
Markham Waxers 48 20 25 3 229 263 43
Richmond Hill Dynes 48 18 27 3 230 267 39
North York Red Wings 48 10 37 1 185 332 21
Whitby Lawmen 48 8 38 2 181 374 18

1984-85 OJHL Playoffs

For the Central Canada Championship, please go to the Dudley Hewitt Cup.
For the national championship, please go to the 1985 Centennial Cup.


Orillia Travelways defeated Whitby Lawmen 4-games-to-1
Aurora Tigers defeated North York Red Wings 4-games-to-none
Newmarket Flyers defeated Richmond Hill Dynes 4-games-to-2
Markham Waxers defeated Dixie Beehives 4-games-to-1


Aurora Tigers defeated Newmarket Flyers 4-games-to-3
Orillia Travelways defeated Markham Waxers 4-games-to-none


Orillia Travelways defeated Aurora Tigers 4-games-to-none

OHA Buckland Cup/Dudley Hewitt Cup Championship

The 1985 Buckland Cup and Dudley Hewitt Cup was a best-of-7 series between the Sudbury Cubs (NOJHL) and the Aurora Tigers. The Tigers played because the Orillia Travelways were granted an opt-out as hosts of the 1985 Centennial Cup. The winner moved on to the 1985 Centennial Cup with Orillia.

Aurora Tigers defeated Sudbury Cubs 4-games-to-none
Aurora 12 - Sudbury 5
Aurora 7 - Sudbury 2
Aurora 9 - Sudbury 4
Aurora 6 - Sudbury 2

1985 Centennial Cup Championship

The 1985 Centennial Cup was the Canadian National Junior A championship in Orillia, Ontario, hosted by the Orillia Travelways. The Orillia Travelways won the event, while the Aurora Tigers lost the semi-final.

Round Robin

Orillia Travelways defeated Cole Harbour Colts (MVJHL) 8-1
Aurora Tigers defeated Penticton Knights (BCJHL) 8-4
Orillia Travelways defeated Aurora Tigers 11-3
Cole Harbour Colts (MVJHL) defeated Aurora Tigers 7-5
Orillia Travelways defeated Penticton Knights (BCJHL) 6-3


Penticton Knights (BCJHL) defeated Aurora Tigers 8-5


Orillia Travelways defeated Penticton Knights (BCJHL) 4-2

Leading Scorers

Player Team GP G A Pts
Scott Kerr Newmarket Flyers 47 61 99 130
Jim Mayne Aurora Tigers 42 45 62 107

Players taken in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft

See also


External links

Preceded by
1983–84 OJHL season
Ontario Hockey Association
Junior A Seasons
Succeeded by
1985–86 OJHL season
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