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==Teams==
 
==Teams==
*[[Cambridge Hornets]] ([[Ontario Hockey Association]], 1973-1987, 2002-2006)
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*[[Cambridge Bears]] ([[Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League]], 2014-Present)
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*[[Cambridge Hornets]]
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#([[Ontario Hockey Association Senior A]], 1973-1979) join CSAHL
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#([[Continental Senior A Hockey League|Continental Senior A Hockey League, ]]1979-1980) join OHASA
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#([[Ontario Hockey Association Senior A]], 1980-1987) folded
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#([[Southwestern Senior A Hockey League]], 1999-2003) join OSAAAHL
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#([[Ontario Senior AAA Hockey League]], 2003-2004) league becomes MLH
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#([[Major League Hockey]], 2004-2006) withdrew over dispute over an ineligible player
 
*[[Cambridge Raiders]] ([[Ontario Junior Hockey League]], 1976-1977)
 
*[[Cambridge Raiders]] ([[Ontario Junior Hockey League]], 1976-1977)
*[[Cambridge Shamrocks]] (1979-1982)
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*[[Cambridge Shamrocks]] ([[Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League]], 1979-1982) relocated to Guelph when sold
*[[Cambridge Winterhawks]] ([[Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League]], 1982-present)
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*[[Cambridge Winterhawks]]
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#([[Ontario Junior A Hockey League]], 1982-1983) join GOJHL
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#([[Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League]], 1983-present)
   
 
==Champions==
 
==Champions==

Revision as of 14:15, August 3, 2014

Cambridge, Ontario

A view of Cambridge.

Cambridge is a city of about 130,000 just to the south of Kitchener in the Canadian province of Ontario.

It was formed in 1973 as an amalgamation of the towns of Preston, Galt, and Hespeler plus some smaller communities.

Teams

  1. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior A, 1973-1979) join CSAHL
  2. (Continental Senior A Hockey League, 1979-1980) join OHASA
  3. (Ontario Hockey Association Senior A, 1980-1987) folded
  4. (Southwestern Senior A Hockey League, 1999-2003) join OSAAAHL
  5. (Ontario Senior AAA Hockey League, 2003-2004) league becomes MLH
  6. (Major League Hockey, 2004-2006) withdrew over dispute over an ineligible player
  1. (Ontario Junior A Hockey League, 1982-1983) join GOJHL
  2. (Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League, 1983-present)

Champions

Allan Cup

Arenas

Players

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