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This is the 2019-20 Central Canada Hockey League season. This is the league's 59th season overall and 9th under this name.

Suspending of PlayEdit

The Canadian Junior Hockey League announced Thursday that effective Friday, March 13, all games and hockey-related activity involving its member clubs have been cancelled, until further notice, due to the continued threat of the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic as well as potential exposure and contamination of its players, team staff members, on and off-ice officials, volunteers and fans.[1]

Membership changesEdit

  • None for 2019-20
  • On February 25, 2020 the league announced they approved the sale of the Kanata Lasers and that the franchise would be relocated to Renfrew for the 2020-21 season and be renamed the Renfrew Wolves.


Robinson Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Brockville Braves Brockville Brockville Memorial Centre 1963
Carleton Place Canadians Carleton Place Carleton Place Arena 2009
Kanata Lasers Kanata Kanata Recreational Complex 1987
Kemptville 73's Kemptville North Grenville Municipal Centre 2007
Pembroke Lumber Kings Pembroke Pembroke Memorial Centre 1980
Smiths Falls Bears Smiths Falls Smiths Falls Memorial Centre 1985
Yzerman Division
Team Centre Arena Joined
Cornwall Colts Cornwall Ed Lumley Arena and Si Miller Arena 1988
Hawkesbury Hawks Hawkesbury Robert Hartley Sport Complex 1976
Navan Grads Navan Navan Arena 1991
Nepean Raiders Nepean Steve Yzerman Arena 1972
Ottawa Jr. Senators Ottawa Jim Durrell Recreation Centre 1979
Rockland Nationals Rockland Canadian International Hockey Academy Arena 1968


Larry Robinson DivisionEdit

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
Carleton Place Canadians 62 49 7 6 263 139 104
Brockville Braves 62 36 16 10 213 173 82
Smiths Falls Bears 62 33 24 5 223 216 71
Pembroke Lumber Kings 62 32 27 3 187 215 67
Kanata Lasers 62 26 28 8 210 229 60
Kemptville 73's 62 26 31 5 182 230 57

Steve Yzerman DivisionEdit

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
Rockland Nationals 62 39 19 4 254 183 82
Hawkesbury Hawks 62 36 24 2 220 182 74
Ottawa Jr. Senators 62 34 25 3 207 175 71
Navan Grads 62 29 32 1 204 229 59
Cornwall Colts 62 21 35 6 161 222 48
Nepean Raiders 62 11 48 3 148 279 25

Bogart Cup PlayoffsEdit


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 playoff champion will advance to the 2020 Fred Page Cup which will be held in Saint-Jerome, Quebec hosted by the Saint-Jérôme Panthers of the Quebec Junior Hockey League. The winner of that tournament will qualify for the 2020 Centennial Cup which is being held in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba.

The playoffs would be cancelled on March 12th.

The only game to be completed before the cancellation was the Brockville Braves defeated the Ottawa Jr. Senators 4-1

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