This is the 1963-64 season of the Ottawa-Hull & District Junior League:

The Ottawa Montagnards withdrew because the league would not subsidize their travel costs. Instead the Montagnards set up a new league.


Standings[edit | edit source]

Standings GP W L T GF GA Pts
Hull Hawks 32 23 7 2 193 123 48
Pembroke Ironmen 32 22 8 2 170 116 46
Buckingham Beavers 32 20 11 1 171 130 41
Cornwall Royals 32 16 14 2 158 159 34
Ottawa Primrose 32 15 15 2 158 142 32
Smiths Falls Bears 32 13 16 3 139 153 29
Brockville Braves 32 11 20 1 111 135 23
Renfrew Rams 32 9 21 2 126 188 20
Hawkesbury Lions 32 4 21 7 108 177 15

Scoring Leaders[edit | edit source]

1.Gilles Roy, Hull 55 31 86
2.Norm Charron, Hull 33 32 65
3.Serge Talbot, Hull 20 45 65
4.Lucien Richard, Hull 19 44 63
5.Pete Nazar, Cornwall 26 34 60
6.Don Giesebrecht, Pem 26 30 56
7.Duane Rutley, Brock 30 25 55
8.John McLennan, Ottawa 23 36 18 54
9.Bob Aube, Bucking 30 24 54
10.Roger Laurin, Buck 21 27 48

Trophies[edit | edit source]

  • Joseph Duhamel Trophy (Most Valuable Player): John McLennan, Ottawa
  • Presidents Trophy (Best Defenseman): Ron Reid, Brockville
  • Montreal Canadiens Trophy (Best Goalie): Brian Pappin, Pembroke
  • Dow Trophy (Leading Scorer): Gilles Roy, Hull
  • O'Keefe Trophy (Season Champion): Hull Hawks
  • Hiram-Walker Trophy (Playoff Champion): Ottawa Primrose



Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Quarter Finals[edit | edit source]

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Hull 12 Ottawa 7 Hull
February 21 Ottawa 6 Hull 2 Ottawa
February 23 Ottawa 10 Hull 5 Hull
February 25 Ottawa 8 Hull 2 Hull
February 27 Hull 5 Ottawa 4 Hull
February 29 Ottawa 7 Hull 0 Ottawa

Ottawa Primrose beat Hull Hawks 4 wins to 2

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Smiths Falls 6 Pembroke 4 Pembroke
February 21 Smiths Falls 6 Pembroke 2 Smiths Falls
February 23 Pembroke 6 Smiths Falls 1 Pembroke
February 25 Pembroke 4 Smiths Falls 3 Smiths Falls
February 27 Pembroke 5 Smiths Falls 1 Smiths Falls
February 28 Smiths Falls 10 Pembroke 4
March 1 Pembroke 4 Smiths Falls 3 Pembroke

Pembroke Ironmen beat Smiths Falls Bears 4 wins to 3.

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Buckingham 7 Brockville 5 Buckingham
February 21 Brockville 3 Buckingham 2 Brockville
February 23 Buckingham 6 Brockville 5 Buckingham
February 25 Buckingham 3 Brockville 0 Brockville
February 27 Brockville 4 Buckingham 1 Buckingham
February 29 Buckingham 4 Brockville 2 Buckingham

Buckingham Beavers beat Brockville Braves 4 wins to 2

Date Winner Loser Location
February 18 Cornwall 9 Arnprior 3 Cornwall
February 21 Cornwall 5 Arnprior 4 Arnprior
February 24 Cornwall 9 Arnprior 6 Cornwall
February 25 Cornwall 11 Arnprior 4 Arnprior

Cornwall Royals beat Renfrew Rams 4 wins to none.

Semi Finals[edit | edit source]

Best of 5

Date Winner Loser Location
March 3 Pembroke 7 Buckingham 5 Pembroke
March 5 Pembroke 4 Buckingham 2 Buckingham
March 8 Pembroke 10 Buckingham 2 Pembroke

Pembroke Ironmen beat Buckingham Beavers 3 wins to none.

Date Winner Loser Location
March 2 Ottawa 4 Cornwall 3 Ottawa
March 5 Ottawa 5 Cornwall 3 Cornwall
March 7 Cornwall 9 Ottawa 3 Ottawa
March 8 Cornwall 8 Ottawa 3 Cornwall
March 11 Ottawa 8 Cornwall 3 Cornwall

Ottawa Primrose beat Cornwall Royals 3 wins to 2.

Final[edit | edit source]

Best of 7

Date Winner Loser Location
March 13 Ottawa 6 Pembroke 2 Ottawa
March 15 Ottawa 7 Pembroke 6 Pembroke
March 17 Pembroke 8 Ottawa 6
March 19 Ottawa 3 Pembroke 1
March 20 Pembroke 16 Ottawa 1
March 22 Pembroke 7 Ottawa 3
March 24 Ottawa 8 Pembroke 5

Ottawa Primrose beat Pembroke Ironmen 4 wins to 3.

Ottawa Primrose advanced to the 1963-64 Ottawa District Junior Playoffs.

Photo Gallery[edit | edit source]



See Also[edit | edit source]

List of CJHL Seasons

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