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1985–86 OHL season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 1985–86 OHL season was the sixth season of the Ontario Hockey League. Fifteen teams each played 66 games. The Guelph Platers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Belleville Bulls.

New Arena

Copps Coliseum (Hamilton)

The Hamilton Steelhawks moved from the Mountain Arena to Copps Coliseum early in the season.

Regular Season

Final standings

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points; x = clinched playoff berth; y = clinched division title

Leyden Division

Rank Team GP W L T PTS GF GA
1 y-Peterborough Petes 66 45 19 2 92 298 190
2 x-Belleville Bulls 66 37 27 2 76 305 268
3 x-Oshawa Generals 66 37 27 2 76 285 257
4 x-Kingston Canadians 66 35 28 3 73 297 257
5 x-Cornwall Royals 66 28 36 2 58 307 356
6 x-Toronto Marlboros 66 22 41 3 47 297 345
7 Ottawa 67's 66 18 46 2 38 274 352

Emms Division

Rank Team GP W L T PTS GF GA
1 y-North Bay Centennials 66 41 21 4 86 330 240
2 x-Guelph Platers 66 41 23 2 84 297 235
3 x-Windsor Compuware Spitfires 66 34 26 6 74 280 259
4 x-Kitchener Rangers 66 35 27 4 74 318 309
5 x-Sudbury Wolves 66 29 33 4 62 293 330
6 x-London Knights 66 28 33 5 61 271 292
7 Hamilton Steelhawks 66 26 36 4 56 268 306
8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 66 15 48 3 33 263 387

Scoring leaders

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Ray Sheppard Cornwall Royals 63 81 61 142 25
Scott McCrory Oshawa Generals 66 52 80 132 40
Jason Lafreniere Hamilton Steelhawks/Belleville Bulls 60 49 83 132 4
Ron Sanko North Bay Centennials/Kitchener Rangers 67 43 89 132 138
Shawn Burr Kitchener Rangers 59 60 67 127 83
Jack MacKeigan Toronto Marlboros 66 53 59 112 64
Craig Duncanson Sudbury Wolves/Cornwall Royals 61 43 67 110 190
Gary McColgan Oshawa Generals 57 49 55 104 22
Mike Stapleton Cornwall Royals 56 39 65 104 74
Tim Armstrong Toronto Marlboros 64 35 69 104 36

Playoffs

[1]

  Division quarter-finals Division semi-finals Division finals J. Ross Robertson Cup
                                     
L1 Peterborough 8  
L6 Toronto 0  
  L1 Peterborough 6  
           
     
       
  L1 Peterborough 7  
  L2 Belleville 9  
L2 Belleville 9  
L5 Cornwall 3  
  L2 Belleville 4
    L4 Kingston 2  
L3 Oshawa 4
L4 Kingston 8  
  L2 Belleville 4
  E2 Guelph 8
E1 North Bay 9  
E6 London 1  
  E1 North Bay 2
    E3 Windsor 4  
E3 Windsor 8
E4 Kitchener 2  
  E2 Guelph 8
  E3 Windsor 4  
       
       
  E2 Guelph 8
           
E2 Guelph 8
E5 Sudbury 0  

Division quarter-finals

Leyden Division

(1) Peterborough Petes vs. (6) Toronto Marlboros
Peterborough wins series 8 – 0


(2) Belleville Bulls vs. (5) Cornwall Royals
Belleville wins series 9 – 3


(3) Oshawa Generals vs. (4) Kingston Canadians
Kingston wins series 8 – 4


Emms Division

(1) North Bay Centennials vs. (6) London Knights
North Bay wins series 9 – 1


(2) Guelph Platers vs. (5) Sudbury Wolves
Guelph wins series 8 – 0


(3) Windsor Compuware Spitfires vs. (4) Kitchener Rangers
Windsor wins series 8 – 2


Division semi-finals

Leyden Division

Round-Robin
Rank Team GP W L PTS GF GA
1 x-Peterborough Petes 4 3 1 6 15 12
2 x-Belleville Bulls 4 2 2 4 14 19
3 Kingston Canadians 4 1 3 2 15 13








Emms Division

Round-Robin
Rank Team GP W L PTS GF GA
1 x-Guelph Platers 4 4 0 8 25 8
2 x-Windsor Compuware Spitfires 5 2 3 4 16 23
3 North Bay Centennials 5 1 4 2 13 23









Division finals

Leyden Division

(1) Peterborough Petes vs. (2) Belleville Bulls


Belleville wins series 9 – 7


Emms Division

(2) Guelph Platers vs. (3) Windsor Compuware Spitfires
Guelph wins series 8 – 4


J. Ross Robertson Cup

(E2) Guelph Platers vs. (L2) Belleville Bulls
Guelph wins series 8 – 4


Awards

J. Ross Robertson Cup: Guelph Platers
Hamilton Spectator Trophy: Peterborough Petes
Leyden Trophy: Peterborough Petes
Emms Trophy: North Bay Centennials
Red Tilson Trophy: Ray Sheppard, Cornwall Royals
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy: Ray Sheppard, Cornwall Royals
Matt Leyden Trophy: Jacques Martin, Guelph Platers
Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy: Ray Sheppard, Cornwall Royals
Max Kaminsky Trophy: Jeff Brown, Sudbury Wolves and Terry Carkner, Peterborough Petes
Jack Ferguson Award: Troy Mallette, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Dave Pinkney Trophy: Kay Whitmore and Ron Tugnutt, Peterborough Petes
Emms Family Award: Lonnie Loach, Guelph Platers
F.W. 'Dinty' Moore Trophy: Paul Henriques, Belleville Bulls
William Hanley Trophy: Jason Lafreniere, Belleville Bulls
Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy: Steve Guenette, Guelph Platers
Bobby Smith Trophy: Chris Clifford, Kingston Canadians

See also

References

Preceded by
1984–85 OHL season
OHL seasons Succeeded by
1986–87 OHL season
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