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These are the '''2015-16 [http://icehockey.wikia.com/wiki/Empire_B_Junior_C_Hockey_League Empire B Junior C Hockey League] season''' standings. This is the league's 27th season dating back to its founding as the '''Eastern Ontario Junior "C" Hockey League '''in 1989.'''  '''The league champion moves on to the [[2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup]].
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This is the '''2015-16 [http://icehockey.wikia.com/wiki/Empire_B_Junior_C_Hockey_League Empire B Junior C Hockey League] season''' . This is the league's 27th season dating back to its founding as the '''Eastern Ontario Junior "C" Hockey League '''in 1989.'''  '''The league champion moves on to the [[2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup]].
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This would be the league's final season under this identity as a major consolidation which had been In the works since 2014, in the spring of 2016 it was announced that the eight Junior C leagues of the [[Ontario Hockey Association]] would merge for the 2016-17 season to create the [[Provincial Junior Hockey League (OHA)|Provincial Junior Hockey League]]. The union was in an effort to streamline rules across the classification and to promote growth and development.
 
==Membership Changes==
 
==Membership Changes==
 
*The [[Gananoque Islanders]] joined the league from the recently reorganized [[Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League]], which formed an affiliation with the [[Central Canada Hockey League]] and its subsequently was renamed the [[Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2]].  The Islanders and five other teams were dropped by the league.
 
*The [[Gananoque Islanders]] joined the league from the recently reorganized [[Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League]], which formed an affiliation with the [[Central Canada Hockey League]] and its subsequently was renamed the [[Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2]].  The Islanders and five other teams were dropped by the league.
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==Standings==
 
==Standings==
   
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==Playoffs==
 
==Playoffs==
 
===Format===
 
===Format===
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===Final===
 
===Final===
 
*Port Hope Panthers defeated Napanee Raiders 4 games to none (4-3 (ot), 3-2, 7-3, 8-1)
 
*Port Hope Panthers defeated Napanee Raiders 4 games to none (4-3 (ot), 3-2, 7-3, 8-1)
The [[Port Hope Panthers]] advance to the [[2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup]]
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The [[Port Hope Panthers]] advance to the [[2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup|2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup.]]
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[[File:2016_EBJCHL_champs_Port_Hope_Panthers.jpg|thumb|400px|2016 EBJCHL champs Port Hope Panthers]]
 
[[Category:2016 in hockey]]
 
[[Category:2016 in hockey]]
 
[[Category:Ontario Hockey Association]]
 
[[Category:Ontario Hockey Association]]

Latest revision as of 10:24, May 2, 2016

This is the 2015-16 Empire B Junior C Hockey League season . This is the league's 27th season dating back to its founding as the Eastern Ontario Junior "C" Hockey League in 1989.  The league champion moves on to the 2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup.

This would be the league's final season under this identity as a major consolidation which had been In the works since 2014, in the spring of 2016 it was announced that the eight Junior C leagues of the Ontario Hockey Association would merge for the 2016-17 season to create the Provincial Junior Hockey League. The union was in an effort to streamline rules across the classification and to promote growth and development.

Membership ChangesEdit

TeamsEdit

Team Centre Founded
Amherstview Jets Amherstview 1989
Campbellford Rebels Campbellford 1992
Gananoque Islanders Gananoque 1986
Napanee Raiders Napanee 1989
Picton Pirates Picton 1989
Port Hope Panthers Port Hope 2004

StandingsEdit

Team GP W L T OTL SOL GF GA PIM P
Port Hope Panthers 40 34 5 1 - - 223 72 791 69
Napanee Raiders 40 24 12 4 - - 163 129 863 52
Amherstview Jets 40 22 14 4 - - 203 170 856 46
Gananoque Islanders 40 11 24 5 - - 158 193 680 27
Picton Pirates 40 12 27 1 - - 128 193 903 25
Campbellford Rebels 40 9 30 1 - - 107 225 893 19

PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top four teams qualify for the playoffs.  Both rounds are best-of-seven.

SemifinalsEdit

  • Port Hope Panthers defeated Gananoque Islanders 4 games to none (3-2, 5-2, 7-3, 3-2 (ot)
  • Napanee Raiders defeated Amherstview Jets 4 games to 1 (5-4 (ot), 3-5, 7-4, 9-2, 7-2)

FinalEdit

  • Port Hope Panthers defeated Napanee Raiders 4 games to none (4-3 (ot), 3-2, 7-3, 8-1)

The Port Hope Panthers advance to the 2016 Clarence Schmalz Cup.

2016 EBJCHL champs Port Hope Panthers

2016 EBJCHL champs Port Hope Panthers

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