38 CJHL clubs remain in contention for Centennial Cup

TORONTO – While it’s just over five weeks away from the start of the Centennial Cup, presented by Tim Hortons, in Oakville, Ont., there are still 38 Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) teams that still remain in contention for the Canadian Jr. A championship.

A plethora of the clubs are among those who were tabbed in the final CJHL Top 20 Rankings, fuelled by Gatorade.

This includes each of the top nine squads that finished in the national listings, as well as 15 of 16 and 18 among the 20, that were ranked.

Meanwhile four of the five final honourable mention selections also remain in the hunt for Centennial Cup supremacy.

The following is the list of the teams who are still in contention, by league and, if applicable, where they were slotted in the final rankings, fuelled by Gatorade:


Summerside Western Capitals (7th)
Edmundston Blizzard (9th)
Amherst Ramblers (NR)
Miramichi Timberwolves (NR)


Cobras de Terrebonne (18th)
Condors du Cégep Beauce-Appalaches (19th)
Everest de la Côte-du-Sud (NR)
Collège Français Longueuil (NR)


Navan Grads (5th)
Smiths Falls Bears (20th)
Cornwall Colts (NR)
Rockland Nationals (NR)


Collingwood Blues (1st)
Trenton Golden Hawks (6th)
Cobourg Cougars (NR)
Leamington Flyers (NR)
Oakville Blades (NR) (Centennial Cup host)


Blind River Beavers (12th)
Greater Sudbury Cubs (13th)
Timmins Rock (15th)
Powassan Voodoos (NR)


Kam River Fighting Walleye (16th)
Sioux Lookout Bombers (NR)
Thunder Bay North Stars (NR)
Red Lake Miners (NR)


Steinbach Pistons (3rd)
Winkler Flyers (4th)
Virden Oil Capitals (8th)
OCN Blizzard (HM)
Dauphin Kings (NR)


Flin Flon Bombers (2nd)
Melfort Mustangs (11th)
Humboldt Broncos (HM)
Battlefords North Stars (HM)


Whitecourt Wolverines (14th)
Calgary Canucks (HM)
Drumheller Dragons (NR)
Canmore Eagles (NR)

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