|Port Perry Mojacks|
|Provincial Junior Hockey League|
|City||Port Perry, Ontario|
|Franchise history||1972-1980: Port Perry Flamingos|
1980-Pres: Port Perry Mojacks
|Head Coach||Tom Boyle|
|General Manager||Murray Parliament|
|Team Colors||Green, Yellow, Black, and White|
|League Champions||1988, 1950, 1992, 2006, 2011, and 2016|
History[edit | edit source]
The Port Perry Mojacks joined the Central Lakeshore Junior C Hockey League in 1972 as the Port Perry Flamingos named after their sponsor, flamingo tarts. Prior to the 1980-81 season the team's nickname was changed to MoJacks to coincide with Mother Jackson's Open Kitchens who have remained the team's primary sponsor since.
Following the 2015-16 season the seven junior c hockey leagues in Southern Ontario amalgamated under the Provincial Junior Hockey League banner and the Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League became the Orr Division of the East Conference in the new organization.
Over the next thirteen seasons the Mojacks celebrated 8 winning seasons, but failed to win any regular season or playoff crowns. The league was mostly dominated during this time by the Bowmanville Eagles, amongst others.
During the 1987-88 season, despite finishing fourth in the regular season, the Mojacks won the Central Ontario Junior "C" championship. From that point, they entered the Clarence Schmalz Cup All-Ontario championships. The Mojacks made it to the provincial final, but lost to the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League's Mooretown Flags 4-games-to-1.
In 1991-92, four seasons later, the Mojacks finished in first place overall in the league's regular season. They finished the season with twenty-six wins, six losses, and two ties. The Mojacks went on to win their second league title, but failed to make a dent in provincials.
In 2005-06, the Mojacks took over the Central Ontario league. Port Perry finished the regular season with thirty-two wins, eight losses, and two overtime losses to win the regular season crown. In the league semi-finals, the Mojacks drew the Lakefield Chiefs. The Mojacks defeated the Chiefs 4-games-to-1. In the league final, the Mojacks challenged the third seed Uxbridge Bruins for the league title. The Mojacks came out on top and won their third league championship 4-games-to-2. In the All-Ontario playdown quarter-finals, the Mojacks first ran into the Empire B Junior C Hockey League's Napanee Raiders. The Raiders did not pose much of a threat as Port Perry swept them 4-games-to-none. The Mojacks came into the provincial semi-finals against the Georgian Mid-Ontario Junior C Hockey League powerhouse Penetang Kings. The Mojacks made a run at the eventual Clarence Schmalz Cup champions, but fell to the Kings 4-games-to-2.
The 2006-07 season saw the Port Perry Mojacks finish in second place with twenty-two wins, right behind the Lakefield Chiefs. In the league semi-finals, the Mojacks challenged a resilient Little Britain Merchants squad. The series went the distance, but the Mojacks won game seven and the series 4-games-to-3 to earn a birth into the league finals. The finals saw the Mojacks enter against the top seeded Lakefield Chiefs. The Chiefs were on a role and showed the Mojacks why they finished in first place, sweeping the series 4-games-to-none.
The 2010-11 season saw the Mojacks win another Central Ontario League title. The team however had a short run in the provincials dropping the Quarter final round to the Empire B Champions Picton Pirates 4 games - 1.
Season-by-season results[edit | edit source]
|1987-88||32||21||7||-||229||119||46||4th COJCHL||Won League|
|1991-92||34||26||6||2||0||225||153||54||1st COJCHL||Won League, Lost CSC SF|
|2005-06||42||32||8||0||2||199||109||66||1st COJCHL||Won League, Lost CSC SF|
|2006-07||40||22||14||3||1||153||139||48||2nd COJCHL||Lost Final|
|2009-10||40||19||14||-||7||171||159||45||2nd COJCHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2010-11||40||21||17||-||2||165||161||44||2nd COJCHL||Won League, Lost CSC QF|
|2011-12||40||20||18||-||2||149||163||42||3rd COJCHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2013-14||40||18||18||-||4||142||122||40||4th COJCHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2014-15||42||26||14||-||2||172||125||54||4th COJCHL||Lost Play in - 1-3 - (Merchants)|
|2015-16||42||25||15||1||1||178||113||52||4th of 7 COJCHL||Won Quarters 4-0 - (Knights)|
Won Semis 4-0 - (Bruins)
Won Finals 4-1 (Eagles)
Lost CSC Quarterfinals 1-4 (Port Hope)
|2016-17||42||32||10||0||-||207||122||64||2nd of 7
|Div Quarterfinals - bye|
Lost Div Semis, 2-4 (Eagles)
|2017-18||42||31||8||1||2||243||113||6||2nd of 7
|2018-19||42||16||23||0||3||160||159||35||5th of 7
|Won Div Prelim. 2-0 (Eagles)|
Won Div Semis, 4-1 (Bruins)
|2019-20||42||17||23||0||2||171||194||36||6th of 7
|Did not qualify|
|2020-21||Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|
Schmalz Cup Finals appearances[edit | edit source]
- 1988: Mooretown Flags defeated Port Perry Mojacks 4-games-to-1
References[edit | edit source]
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