November 8, 2023, Mississauga, ON – …. The rosters for the two Ontario Junior Hockey League teams participating in next week’s 2023 Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge in Trenton have been named.
October 10, 2023, Mississauga, ON – …. Tickets are now on sale for the 2023 Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge, which will be played at the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens in Trenton, Ont., Nov. 13-15.
The Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) announced that it is rolling out the first phase of its video review program this fall. The program, the first of its kind at the Junior A level in Canada, was approved by the OJHL’s board of directors in June.
A hot start and productive special teams gave the Wellington Dukes their first victory of the young OJHL season.
The Dukes did the job of spoiling the Pickering Panthers home opener with a 9-0 win on Sunday night on the strength of six powerplay markers and a shorthanded lamp-lighter.
A spectacular night honouring the past ended in heartbreak for the Wellington Dukes on Friday.
Welcoming more than 30 alumni to the Duke Dome for their home and season opener, the team lost a 3-1 lead on back-to-back powerplay markers
Prior to the current Dukes home opener versus the Toronto Jr. Canadiens, the organization will honour more than 40 alumni players, former coaches, staff members and volunteers for their time spent with the team, dating back to the late 80s and early 90s. Many of the older players came from the former Jr. B days of the Belleville/Trenton Bobcats that transitioned to the Dukes.
99.3 County FM, Prince Edward County’s volunteer driven non-profit community radio station continue their partnership with local hockey team, “The Wellington Dukes”, for the 2023-24 season.
The Wellington Dukes have reached into their new head coach’s home province to secure a commitment from a Penticton, British Columbia-born defenceman. 17-year-old Logan Goodwin posted 26 points in 31 games in 2022-23 with the Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 Prep squad.
The signing of former Wellington Coach and General Manager Derek Smith by the Trenton Golden Hawks is prompting the Ontario Junior Hockey League to look into a series of trades between the two clubs hours prior to Smith’s resignation from the Dukes.
The Wellington Dukes are ushering in a new era of pride and tradition with an experienced head coach.
The Dukes are proud to announce British Columbia Hockey League veteran Kent Lewis as their new bench boss effective immediately. Lewis will be the Director of Hockey Operations and Head Coach.