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Voodoos’ Say 4th nationally in wins among CJHL netminders

CALGARY, Alta. – Regular season action in the Canadian Junior Hockey League during the 2019-20 campaign saw two dozen goaltenders reach, or surpass, the 25-win mark for their respective clubs. Each of the 10 leagues that comprise the CJHL had at least one of their netminders reach that victory total with the efforts in the […]

4-pack of NOJHLers among CJHL assist leaders

CALGARY, Alta. – The Canadian Junior Hockey League saw a plethora of players rack up assists this season. In fact, 39 skaters across the CJHL dished out 50 or more helpers for their respective clubs throughout the campaign helping teammates finish off goals. Of that group of assist-men, 36 were forwards while another three play […]

NOJHL well represented among CJHL save percentage leaders

CALGARY, Alta. – Plenty of the quality goaltenders across the Canadian Junior Hockey League posted some impressive save percentage numbers during the 2019-20 regular season. In all, 38 netminders registered a save mark of .915, or better, among those stoppers who saw a minimum of 1,400 minutes of game action. There were also 10 goalkeepers […]

Beavers’ Serre; Voodoos’ Bowman among CJHL’s top goal scorers

CALGARY, Alta. – The 2019-20 Canadian Junior Hockey League regular season saw 37 skaters produce 35 or more goals during the campaign. Of that group, five of them surpassed the 50-tally total during the year for their respective clubs. The following is the complete list of those high-scoring CJHLers: CJHL leading goal scorers in 2019-20 […]

Timmins’ Masternak; Powassan’s Say both Top 5 in CJHL

CALGARY, Alta. — The following were the Canadian Junior Hockey League’s regular season goals-against leaders for 2019-20. CJHL goals-against leaders in 2019-20 (2.50 or lower) Minimum 1,400 minutes, or more, played GOALTENDER NAME YEAR MINUTES GAA TEAM LEAGUE Devon Levi 2001 2,209 1.47 Carleton Place Canadians CCHL Tyler Masternak 2000 1,882 1.66 Timmins Rock NOJHL […]

Three NOJHL’ers crack CJHL’s 80-point list

CALGARY, Alta. — The following are the Canadian Junior Hockey League’s regular season points leaders for 2019-20. The list includes those who collected 80 or more points. PLAYER NAME POS. YEAR GP POINTS TEAM LEAGUE Alex Plamondon F 1999 46 116 Titan de Princeville LHJAAAQ William Bergeron F 1999 47 113 Titan de Princeville LHJAAAQ […]

Scouting for Voodoos opening opportunities for Anderson

SUDBURY, Ont. – For Dillon Anderson, earning the opportunity to scout for the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Powassan Voodoos has been a moment the North Bay, Ont., product has taken full advantage of. Anderson, who has cerebral palsy, and depends on a wheelchair for mobility, is as committed to his craft as any other […]

HOCKEY CANADA STATEMENT ON RETURN TO HOCKEY IN CANADA

CALGARY, Alta. – The following is a statement on behalf of Hockey Canada from Tom Renney, chief executive officer, and Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer, on the return-to-hockey process in Canada. On March 12, the decision was made to cancel all Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities across the country. This was a difficult decision, but […]

A Q&A with CJHL President Brent Ladds

CALGARY, Alta. – During these uncertain times, the Canadian Junior Hockey League continues to work diligently with its member leagues, partners, Hockey Canada, the National Hockey League as well as local, provincial and federal health organizations on potential ‘Return to Play’ scenarios and other areas of interest. With that in mind, CJHL President Brent Ladds […]

Craycroft to Iowa State – Serre to Laurentian

SUDBURY, Ont. – The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League continues to see its players earn opportunities to compete at the next level. The latest pair of NOJHLers to announce commitments to university programs are Blind River Beavers standout forward Caleb Serre and Powassan Voodoos defenceman Jack Craycroft. Serre, the NOJHL’s Most Valuable Player in 2019-20, […]