This is the 2017-18 Central Canada Hockey League season. This is the league's 57th season overall and 7th under this name.
Membership changes[edit | edit source]
- The Gloucester Rangers were sold to a new ownership group that is moving the team to Rockland, Ontario where they will become the Rockland Nationals replacing the current Nationals team who are playing in the National Capital Junior Hockey League
- The Cumberland Grads return to the Navan Grads name which they had used from 1974 to 1989.
Teams[edit | edit source]
Standings[edit | edit source]
Larry Robinson Division[edit | edit source]
|Carleton Place Canadians||62||53||5||1||3||257||105||110|
|Pembroke Lumber Kings||62||32||25||4||1||213||223||69|
|Smiths Falls Bears||62||24||31||3||4||158||196||55|
Steve Yzerman Division[edit | edit source]
|Ottawa Jr. Senators||62||46||9||2||5||254||142||99|
Bogart Cup Playoffs[edit | edit source]
Format[edit | edit source]
The top eight teams overall advance to the playoffs. In the quarterfinal round the top seed plays the 8 seed, the second seed plays the seventh seed, the third seed plays the sixth seed, and the fourth seed plays the fifth seed in best-of-seven series. The top remaining seed plays the lowest remaining seed and the middle two seeds play each other in the best-of-seven semifinals. The semifinal winners meet in the best-of-seven league final. The champion (or runner-up if Ottawa wins league playoffs) advances to the 2018 Fred Page Cup being hosted by the Ottawa Jr. Senators May 2-6, 2018 at the Jim Durrell Recreation Centre.
Quarterfinals[edit | edit source]
- Carleton Place Canadians defeated Rockland Nationals 4 games to 1
- Ottawa Jr. Senators defeated Pembroke Lumber Kings 4 games to 2
- Brockville Braves defeated Kanata Lasers 4 games to none
- Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Cornwall Colts 4 games to 3
Semifinals[edit | edit source]
- Carleton Place Canadians defeated Hawkesbury Hawks 4 games to none
- Ottawa Jr. Senators defeated Brockville Braves 4 games to 3