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This is the 2003-04 Atlantic Junior Hockey League Season.  This was the league's first season

TeamsEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

StandingsEdit

Team GP W L OTL* TP WIN % GF GA DIF
Connecticut Jr. Wolfpack 28 21 5 2 44 0.786 118 85 33
New York Bobcats 27 20 6 1 41 0.759 134 77 57
Washington Jr. Nationals 28 18 8 2 38 0.679 139 112 27
New Jersey Junior Titans 29 11 17 1 23 0.397 88 121 -33
Philadelphia Little Flyers 28 9 16 3 21 0.375 100 126 -26
North Jersey Avalanche 28 5 21 2 12 0.214 62 120 -58

(* The AJHL allows for a 5-minute 5 on 5 sudden-death overtime. If at the end of overtime and the score is still tied, the teams will play a shootout. In either the overtime or shootout, the winning team will be awarded 2 points for the win and the losing team is awarded 1 point for the tie in regulation.)

2004 AJHL Award winners:

Hartford Jr. Wolfpack win regular season title

John Giacobbo of the Philadelphia Little Flyers was named AJHL MVP

Nikita Kashirsky of the Washington Jr. Nationals was the league goal scoring champion


Best Defenseman: John LaFrance, Jr. Wolfpack

Best Goalie: Pat Street, Jr. Nationals

Rookie Of The Year: Chris Jensen, Jr. Titans

Coach Of The Year: Bob Crawford, Jr. Wolfpack

League Scoring Title: John Giacobbo, Little Flyers

PlayoffsEdit

held at B.I.G. Arena in Albany, New York March 23-25, 2004

QuarterfinalsEdit

  • Philadelphia Little Flyers defeated Junior Titans 5-3

SemifinalsEdit

  • Washington Jr. Nationals defeated New York Bobcats 3-1
  • Philadelphia Little Flyers defeated Hartford Jr. Wolfpack 3-2 (ot)

FinalEdit

  • Washington Jr. Nationals defeated Philadelphia Little Flyers 7-2

SourcesEdit

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