Tag: OJHL

Barker, a power forward with great size, strength, will add bite to Flames’ attack

At 6-feet, 2-inches, 205 pounds, Ontario native Brad Barker, whose older brother Greg threw threw discus on Liberty’s Track & Field team, is a hard-hitting enforcer on the ice. A bruising left wing on the ice for the Wellington Dukes in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL), Liberty University ACHA Division I men’s hockey forward recruit Brad Barker

DUKES SHANE SHELEST COMMITS TO CORTLAND

Although the season ended a lot sooner than many fans had hoped, the 2023-24 Dukes continue to garner attention south of the border as Dukes overage goaltender Shane Shelest has committed to NCAA Division III Cortland University Red Dragons.

SCHEDULE FOR OJHL NUTRAFARMS CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES FINAL RELEASED

The Collingwood Blues will face the Trenton Golden Hawks in a repeat of the 2023 final.

The best-of-seven series will open in Collingwood Friday night. The league’s annual awards will be presented during a pregame ceremony Friday.

2023-24 OJHL PROSPECT TEAMS ANNOUNCED – Goalie Ben Bonisteel Golden Hawks

Committed to NCAA Division I Canisius for September, Bonisteel had the fourth best goals-against average (2.25) in the OJHL this season. Bonisteel and stable mate Brady Spry helped Trenton win the East Conference regular season title. Sidelined by a midseason injury, he still went 20-9-1-0 while accumulating six shutouts

WELLINGTON’S DIPAOLO COMMITS TO NCAA DIVISION I NIAGARA

Nick DiPaolo of the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Wellington Dukes  (photo credit – Shawn Muir | OJHL Images)  has confirmed his commitment to join the NCAA Division I Niagara University Purple Eagles in Lewiston, NY .

TRENTON’S JODOIN COMMITS TO TMU BOLD

James Jodoin of the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Trenton Golden Hawks has confirmed his commitment to join the Toronto Metropolitan University Bold in the OUA and U SPORTS beginning with the 2024-25 season.

Dukes looking to parlay outstanding season into big playoff run

A tumultuous offseason turned into a positive 56-game OJHL season for the Wellington Dukes – and hopefully a fulfilling Buckland Cup playoff run.

In his first year behind the bench after a couple decades behind BCHL benches, Kent Lewis helped lead his new club to 35 wins and a third-place finish in the East Conference.

35 STRAIGHT YEARS IN THE PLAYOFFS: WELLINGTON DUKES’ HISTORIC RUN THROUGH THE CJHL RECORD BOOKS

The Wellington Dukes will make the Ontario Junior Hockey League playoffs this season.

That line could have been written for every season since the Dukes’ junior hockey debut 35 years ago when they merged with the Belleville Bobcats franchise and relocated to Wellington in what was then the Metro Junior Hockey League. That streak sets a Canadian Junior Hockey League record, as confirmed by the league this week.

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