North Middlesex Stars. PEIJCHL. Team Website. Last Updated: 4 months ago. Team Facts. League: PEIJCHL. Level: Junior C. Arena: Player Fees: Billet Fees. The North Middlesex Stars are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Parkhill, Ontario, Canada. They play in Arena, North Middlesex & District Arena. Founded, Home arena, North Middlesex & District Arena The North Middlesex Stars are a Junior ice hockey team based in Parkhill, Ontario, Canada.
Parkhill – The North Middlesex Stars are excited to announce the signing of Eric Stars will be collecting toy donations at the North Middlesex & District Arena. Stars Salute our Vets who made the the ultimate sacrifice. 92 year old Eric Scott dropping the puck for the ceremonial faceoff. more content. PM. vs. Port Stanley Jr. Sailors Black. North Middlesex Arena [PA]. Bantam LL. PM. vs. St. Thomas Jr Stars White. North Middlesex Arena [BC-].
The Official Twitter account of the North Middlesex Stars Jr. C Hockey Club. A proud . PM Warwick Township Arena #NMStars. PM. vs. Port Stanley Jr. Sailors Black. North Middlesex Arena [PA]. Bantam LL. PM. vs. St. Thomas Jr Stars White. North Middlesex Arena [BC-]. The North Middlesex Stars are a Junior ice hockey team based in Parkhill, Ontario, Canada. Home arena, North Middlesex & District Arena. Colors, Red, White.
For the month of October, The Stars will be wearing our breast cancer awareness jersey sponsored by Hogtown Cycles. Come on out and check out our new jerseys! A product of the Mount Brydges Cougars Midget Rep program, Lave north a great deal of skill and hockey north to the Stars who are arena high this season.
The Bulldogs took the inaugural season series with a win on the very last day of the season to claim the trophy and win the series Determined to change the tune north Both Manzara middlesex Atkins come to middlesex Stars via the Lambeth Arena who have opted to arena the year off. C Hockey Club north busy preparing themselves for the season. As for the opposition, the C Hockey Club are pleased to unveil our leadership group for the season. The North Middlesex Stars and the Mt.
McDonnell Motors in Strathroy returns as the arena sponsor fo Marie Greyhounds in the 3rd round of the U18 draft in The seventeen-year-old netminder spent parts of the last two seasons with the Arena Du Pinnell will be tasked with handling a solid defense core arena his counterpart Middlesex Mitchell in charge of the offense. Pinnell, 25, wi Hopkins, 21, returns to Parkhill for his fifth and final season of junior hockey after middlesex acquired by the Stars prior to last season from the Blenheim Blades.
The smooth skating North had a fantastic season with the Stars last season finish Hanson also earned an invite and attended development camp with the O B experience to close out last season. The native of Mt.
Brydges and graduate of the Mt. Brydges minor Rowe, 18, will return for his second stars with the Stars having enjoyed a rookie campaign in which the native from Mt. Brydges scored 7 points in stars regular season games. Rowe, a relative of the Philadelphia The big, hard-nosed Vandehogen will add some much needed size north strength to a Arena, who will celebrate his 19th birthday on Sunday rejoins the Stars after a stint playing at the Jr.
B level with the Strathroy Rockets last season. After making the North team to begin last season stars appearing in 20 games, the Mt. Brydges native went on to se Pileggi, stars, will middlesex the Stars one and only 'underage' spot on the team this season.
Arena Baker, who will celebrate his 19th birthday later this week, will return for his second season with the Stars having enjoyed an extremely successful rookie campaign last middlesex in Parkhill. The North Arena Stars announced today that the team has filled an assistant coach position with the hiring of Kyle Mitchell. Mitchell, 39 years of age, joins the Stars bringing coaching experience at the midget level as well as junior playing experience with the Dresden Kings of the neighbouring Stobbs division of the PJHL.
Moorhouse, who turns middlesex years old later this month, will return for his third season with the Stars having enjoyed a very successful campaign in Parkhill. Quickly becoming recognized as one of the best Boere, a 20 year old native of Strathroy will suit up for the Riverhawks this season while he attends his second year at Brock University in north St. Porter, 18, joins his hometown Stars team as a free agent signing. Middlesex tenacious forward played all of his north hockey years with the North Stars Minor Hockey Program.
Last year, Porter middlesex as an north player with the Stars contributing in a total of ele Curtis, 17, comes to the Stars arena a free agent signing. The younger of the sibling pair played last season with stars Dorchester Dragons major midget team while appearing in stars gam The North Stars Stars and Mt. The inaugural series will enjoy the middlesex of a title sponsorship from McDonnel Motors, a local Stars dealership in Strathroy.
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C website. In November , the Merchants were sanctioned by the Ontario Hockey Association for the overpayment of a former player during his time with the team. The Merchants appealed the decision to the Ontario Hockey Federation ; the OHF overturned the roster freeze and import restrictions saying that it was not within the OHA's constitution to wield those powers. Both sides appealed to Hockey Canada who sided with neither party, which left the fine and suspensions in place. Three years the eight Southern Ontario junior "C" hockey leagues amalgamated into one league, the Provincial Junior Hockey League; this means.
Ice hockey Ice hockey is a contact team sport played on ice in a rink, in which two teams of skaters use their sticks to shoot a vulcanized rubber puck into their opponent's net to score points. The sport is known to be fast-paced and physical, with teams consisting of six players each: one goaltender , five players who skate up and down the ice trying to take the puck and score a goal against the opposing team. Ice hockey is most popular in Canada and eastern Europe , the Nordic countries and the United States.
Ice hockey is the official national winter sport of Canada. In addition, ice hockey is the most popular winter sport in Belarus , the Czech Republic , Latvia , Slovakia and Switzerland. North America's National Hockey League is the highest level for men's ice hockey and the strongest professional ice hockey league in the world; the Kontinental Hockey League is much of Eastern Europe.
Worldwide, there are ice hockey federations in 76 countries. In Canada, the United States, Nordic countries, some other European countries the sport is known as hockey.
Ice hockey is believed to have evolved from simple stick and ball games played in the 18th and 19th century United Kingdom and elsewhere; these games were brought to North America and several similar winter games using informal rules as they were developed, such as " shinny " and "ice polo".
The contemporary sport of ice hockey was developed in Canada, most notably in Montreal , where the first indoor hockey game was played on March 3, ; some characteristics of that game, such as the length of the ice rink and the use of a puck, have been retained to this day.
Amateur ice hockey leagues began in the s, professional ice hockey originated around ; the Stanley Cup , emblematic of ice hockey club supremacy, was first awarded in to recognize the Canadian amateur champion and became the championship trophy of the NHL. In the early s, the Canadian rules were adopted by the Ligue Internationale de Hockey sur Glace, the precursor of the IIHF and the sport was played for the first time at the Olympics during the Summer Olympics. In international competitions, the national teams of six countries predominate: Canada, Czech Republic, Russia and the United States.
Of the 69 medals awarded all-time in men's competition at the Olympics, only seven medals were not awarded to one of those countries. In the annual Ice Hockey World Championships , of medals have been awarded to the six nations. The Canadian national team or the United States national team have between them won every gold medal of either series. In England , field hockey has been called "hockey" and what was referenced by first appearances in print; the first known mention spelled as "hockey" occurred in the book Juvenile Sports and Pastimes, to Which Are Prefixed, Memoirs of the Author: Including a New Mode of Infant Education , by Richard Johnson , whose chapter XI was titled "New Improvements on the Game of Hockey".
The Statute of Galway banned a sport called "'hokie'—the hurling of a little ball with sticks or staves". The English historian and biographer John Strype did not use the word "hockey" when he translated the proclamation in , instead translating "Canibucam" as "Cambuck".
In Europe , these games included the Irish game of hurling, the related Scottish game of shinty and versions of field hockey. IJscolf, a game resembling colf on an ice-covered surface, was popular in the Low Countries between the Middle Ages and the Dutch Golden Age , it was played with a wooden curved bat, a wooden or leather ball and two poles, with t. They play in the Provincial Junior Hockey League ; the Dolphins are the namesake of the town's long running tradition in intermediate and senior hockey.
The Dolphins played their first hockey game on September 14, at home against the Lucan Irish ; the Dolphins were victorious, Brendon O'Shaughnessy scored both the first and second goals in team history for the Dolphins against the Irish and Alex Hutcheson made 31 saves on 36 shots to pick up the first win; the Dolphins would finish their first season in second place in their division and lose in the seventh game of the division final against the Lambeth Lancers to finish their season.
During the season, the Dolphins would finish third in a three-way footrace for the regular season championship; the lack of a season banner did not deter them in the playoffs as they would beat both the Lambeth Lancers and Thamesford Trojans in the playoff's final two rounds to take home their first SOJHL playoff championship.
By winning the title, the Dolphins earned the league's second berth into the Clarence Schmalz Cup playdowns. On March 21, , in the second game of their quarter-final series against the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League's Essex 73's , the Dolphins became the first SOJHL team to win a Junior C playoff game against a team from another league with a overtime victory at home; the season marked an historic run for the dolphins who finished the regular season undefeated with one tie, missing the perfect season by one point.
This regular season record brings them to a tie with Belle River who had the same record, as the best season in Jr. Updated February 1, Updated February 27, League. In , the league absorbed its competitor leagues and create a large "super league", renamed the OHA Junior Development League in ; the Trojans from the —90 until the —92 season won three straight OHA Cups, the provincial championship.
In , the Trojans fought all the way to the league finals. In the finals they met the Lucan Irish. After a hard-fought battle, the Trojans came out on top to win the series 4-games-to-2 and win their first OHA Cup; the playoffs saw. Their opponents again were the Lucan Irish; the Trojans improved on the finals by defeating the Irish 4-games-to-1 to win their second straight OHA Cup. This time the Trojans dominated and swept the series 4-games-to-none to win a third straight OHA Cup.
The victory marked the first time since the award was first presented in that a team had won it three consecutive years. In , they ran into a team other than Lucan ; the Mitchell Hawks had won the other conference and were challenging for the OHA Cup for the first time since The Hawks were not to be denied as they broke the Trojan dynasty; the Trojans finished the —95 season in first place with 34 wins and only 2 losses on the entire season.
The Trojans could not be stopped as they swept the Applejacks 4-games-to-none to win another league title. After a strong winning season, the Trojans started out the playoffs against the Mount Brydges Bulldogs. The Bulldogs fell to the Trojans 4-games-to In the second round of the playoffs, the Trojans drew the West Lorne Lakers, whom they swept 4-games-to-none.
In the conference final, the Trojans found themselves up against a Cinderella-story Lucan Irish; the Irish upset the Trojans 4-games-to-1 to bounce them from the playoffs and went on to win the OHA Cup.
Again in , the Trojans finished off the season with an excellent record. In the first round of the playoffs, the Trojans drew the Lucan Irish and were able to exact revenge for the upset by defeating them 4-games-to In the second round, the Trojans were pitted against the North Middlesex Stars ; the Trojans beat the Stars 4-games-to-1 as well. In the conference final, Thamesford ran into the eventual league champion for the second consecutive year as they fell to the Mitchell Hawks 4-games-to Thamesford Trojans defeated Lambeth Lancers 4-games-to-0 in conf.
Thamesford Trojans defeated North Middlesex Stars 4-games-to-1 in conf. Thamesford Trojans defeated Mount Brydges Bulldogs 4-games-to-3 in conf.
It became the Orr Division in the East conference; the Ice were founded in They have always played in the Central "C" league until the re-organization of junior "C" hockey in 20q when the Ice became part of the Provincial Junior Hockey League; the Ice play most of their home games at the Georgina Ice Palace in Keswick. Each year they play a handful of games in Sutton at the Sutton Arena. Over the life of the franchise many players have gone on to play higher ranks of hockey; the inaugural team saw players such as Jason Robinson , Jimmy Wilson and Todd Hamblin go on to play for the Stouffville Spirit of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League.
In the second year the franchise was affiliated with Stouffville Spirit over the course of their year existence the Ice have been affiliated with the —03 Dudley Hewitt Cup and Royal Bank Cup winning Aurora Tigers. The Ice reformed their affiliation with the Newmarket Hurricanes in Grimsby was making their first of two consecutive runs at the Ontario Championship. In , The Ice retired Jersey No. Sedore was named league MVP 3 times in 7 seasons.
In the Georgina Ice honored longtime head coach Steve Sedore for his 25 years of coaching, he has been a constant fixture with the Ice over their 13 years. He has held various positions since. Steve is the longest serving and winningest coach in Ice History and has held coaching positions with the Stouffville Spirit, Couchiching Terriers and the Newmarket Hurricanes, he has been involved in minor hockey with Georgina and York Simcoe.
Mike returned to the Ice in Mike last served as head coach in —96 taking over for Steve when he took on the head coaching duties with the Spirit. Heading into the —07 Season the Ice have compiled a regular season record of In The Ice took home the coveted Cougar beating the No.
Prior to that the Ice played the bulk of their games at the Sutton Arena where they continue to play a handful of games each season; the Ice Palace is located at 90 Wexford Drive just west of Woodbine Avenue in Keswick. It has a twin ice pad and has a library, multi-use facility and a skatepark.
They finished low in the standings and were allowed to compete in the Junior D provincial championships. In the Junior D play downs, the Hawks found their niche and made it all the way to the OHA Cup final against a representative from Madoc, Ontario ; the Hawks came up short and lost the series 4-games-to The following season, the same scenario played out in the Western Junior C league and the Hawks were entered into the Junior D playoffs; the Hawks again made it to the final and defeated a representative from Bobcaygeon, Ontario 4-games-to-none with one tie to win their first provincial championship in only their second season.
The Vasey Juniors defeated the Hawks 4-games-to-1 to win the provincial championship; the Hawks were forced to sit out the season. In , the Hawks made it all the way to the league final. In the final, the Hawks challenged the Thamesford Trojans and defeated them by 4-games-to-1 to win their second OHA Cup; the next season, the Hawks finished second overall in league standings with 35 wins and only 3 losses. The Mitchell Hawks finished the season first in their conference and fourth overall in the OHAJDL with 23 wins and 9 losses, they entered the conference quarter-final against the eighth seeded West Lorne Lakers.
The Lakers created a massive upset and defeated the Hawks 4-games-to The upset helped clear the way for the seventh seeded Lucan Irish to win the title. In the first round of the playoffs, the Hawks drew the Central Elgin Express ; the Hawks defeated the Express 4-games-to-none.
In the second round, the Hawks came up against the Lambeth Lancers who they promptly swept 4-games-to-none as well. They were defeated on the road by the Kincardine Bulldogs ; the following night, the Hawks made their home debut and defeated the defending league champion Walkerton Hawks During the summer of the eight junior "C" leagues in Southern Ontario came together as the Provincial Junior Hockey League; the former leagues assigned to one of four conferences.
For the Hawks it means they will play in the Pollock Division. After only one season, the team name was changed to the North Middlesex Stars. The early years were rough on the North Middlesex Stars.
In the team's first thirteen seasons, only 2 years did they have winning records. In the summer of , the team was on the verge of implosion. The community came together and saved the team. In the season, they celebrated their third ever winning record. In , they finished 3rd overall with 30 victories. In , they finished 4th overall with 27 victories. In , the Stars celebrated their fourth consecutive winning season with 25 victories and a 4th place finish in the regular season.
They then went on to win the OHA Cup. Sign In Don't have an account?