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Dudley Hewitt Cup Champions

Dudley Hewitt Cup Champions

The Dudley Hewitt Cup is currenly the Central Canadian ice hockey championship for the Canadian Junior A Hockey League. The winner progresses onto the Royal Bank Cup championship.

It was presented to the Champions of Ontario between the OHA and NOJHA, prior to 2002. With the withdrawal of the Provincial Junior A League from competition for the Royal Bank Cup in 2002 the winners of the NOJHA and the Superior International Junior Hockey League played for the cup.

Currently the Cup is a round robin type tournament and a championship playdown between a predetermined host and a champion from each of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League, and the Superior International Junior Hockey League.

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Dudley Hewitt Cup Champions

Dudley Hewitt Cup Champions

Year

Winner

Loser

2007-08
Oakville Blades (OPJHL)
Newmarket
2006-07
Aurora Tigers (OPJHL)
Schreiber Diesels
2005-06
Fort William North Stars (SIJHL)
Sudbury Jr. Wolves
2004-05
Georgetown Raiders (OPJHL)
St. Michael's Buzzers
2003-04
Aurora Tigers (OPJHL)
North Bay Skyhawks
2002-03
Wellington Dukes (OPJHL)
North Bay Skyhawks
2001-02
Rayside Balfour Sabrecats (NOJHL)
Dryden Ice Dogs
2000-01
Thornhill Rattlers (OPJHL)
Rayside Balfour Sabercats
1999-00
Rayside Balfour Sabercats (NOJHL)
Brampton Capitals
1998-99
Bramalea Blues (OPJHL)
Rayside Balfour Sabercats
1997-98
Milton Merchants (OPJHL)
Rayside Balfour Sabercats
1996-97
Rayside Balfour Sabercats (NOJHL)
1995-96
Newmarket 87's (OPJHL)
Rayside Balfour Sabercats
     
1994-95
Thunder Bay Flyers* (USHL)
Timmins Golden Bears
1993-94
Caledon Canadiens
Powassan Hawks
1992-93
Powassan Hawks
Powassan Hawks
1991-92
Thunder Bay Flyers* (USHL)
Powassan Hawks
1990-91
Thunder Bay Flyers* (USHL)
1989-90
Sudbury Cubs
1988-89
Thunder Bay Flyers* (USHL)
Sudbury Cubs
1987-88
Thunder Bay Flyers* (USHL)
Sudbury Cubs
1986-87
Richmond Sockeyes
Nickel Center Power Trains
1985-86
Orillia Travelways
Onaping Falls Huskies
1984-85
Orillia Travelways
Sudbury Cubs
1983-84
Orillia Travelways
Rayside Balfour Canadians
1982-83
Thunder Bay Flyers
Elliot Lake Vikings
1981-82
Guelph Platers
Onaping Falls Huskies
1980-81
Bellville Bulls
Onaping Falls Huskies
1979-89
North York Rangers
Onaping Falls Huskies
1978-79
Guelph Platters
Nickel Center Power Trains

* Thunder Bay Flyers - Although their regular season were in the USHL, they came back to Canada for the playoffs to compete against the OPJHL and the NOJHL for the right to represent Ontario at the then Centennial Cup. The Flyers won the Dudley Hewitt Cup in 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, and 1995 to compete for the National title.