The Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League is a Junior "C" ice hockey league in Ontario, Canada, sanctioned by the Ontario Hockey Association. The "Central" plays inter-league games with the Empire Junior "C" League. The Champion of the Central will compete for the All-Ontario Championship and the Clarence Schmalz Cup.
- For the Ontario Hockey Association "All-Ontario Jr. "C" Championship", please go to the Clarence Schmalz Cup.
The Central Ontario Junior "C" Hockey League is one of a long list of Ontario Hockey Association leagues to have dubbed themselves as the "Central". Founded in the 1970s, the Central Lakeshore league merged with the Quinte-St. Lawrence Junior "C" Hockey League in 1986. The end of the Quinte-St. Lawrence resulted in the creation of the Empire B Junior "C" Hockey League in 1989. Since the 1980s, roughly half the Central league has been promoted to the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. In fact, All five teams in the league are currently affiliated with the OPJHL. The COJCHL used to be the home of the Bowmanville Eagles, who had a long history of Junior "C" domination. The Eagles are now one of the top teams in all of Canadian Tier II Junior "A" Hockey.
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Quinte-St. Lawrence TeamsEdit
|Ontario Hockey Association Junior "C" (Provincial Junior Hockey League)|
|Alliston Hornets · Amherstview Jets · Aylmer Spitfires · Belle River Canadiens · Blenheim Blades · Caledon Golden Hawks · Caledonia Corvairs · Campbellford Rebels · Chippawa Riverhawks · Dresden Jr. Kings · Dundas Blues · Dunnville Terriers · Essex 73's · Frontenac Flyers · Georgina Ice · Glanbrook Rangers · Goderich Sailors · Grimsby Peach Kings · Hanover Barons · Kincardine Bulldogs · Kingsville Comets · Lakefield Chiefs · Little Britain Merchants · Midland Flyers · Mitchell Hawks · Mooretown Flags · Mount Forest Patriots · Napanee Raiders · New Hamburg Firebirds · Norwich Merchants · Paris Mounties · Penetang Kings · Picton Pirates · Port Hope Panthers · Port Perry Mojacks · Schomberg Cougars · Simcoe Storm · Stayner Siskins · Uxbridge Bruins · Walkerton Hawks · Wallaceburg Lakers · Wheatley Sharks · Wingham Ironmen · Woodstock Navy-Vets|
|Alvinston Flyers moved to Petrolia · Erin Shamrocks · Fergus Devils ·|
|Central Ontario · Empire B · Georgian Mid-Ontario · Great Lakes · Midwestern Junior C Hockey League · Niagara & District · Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League · Western Ontario|
|Clarence Schmalz Cup · Ontario Hockey Federation · Ontario Hockey Association · Hockey Canada|
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