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J. Ross Robertson Cup
J. Ross Robertson Cup (junior)
J Ross Robertson Cup.png
Sport Ice hockey
Given for Winner of the Ontario Hockey League playoffs
History
First award 1934
Most recent Hamilton Bulldogs

The J. Ross Robertson Cup are three championship trophies for ice hockey champions in Ontario, Canada. The trophies were donated by and named for John Ross Robertson, the president of the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) who served from 1899 to 1905.[1] Robertson donated three trophies to the OHA; one for junior-level, one for intermediate and a third for senior-level.[2]

The junior-level trophy is awarded annually to the playoff champion of the Ontario Hockey League. Originally it was awarded to the winner of the OHA's junior playoffs. In 1933-34 it was redesignated for annual presentation to the association's Junior A champion. The first Junior A winners were the Toronto St. Michael's Majors. When the top junior level in Ontario was again separated into two categories in 1972-73 (see:OHA Major Junior A series), the Robertson Cup remained with the higher tier as its championship trophy. This has remained constant through the series changing its name to the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League in 1974 and to the Ontario Hockey League in 1980.

The intermediate-level trophy was awarded to the OHA intermediate champion until 1934, when the OHA discontinued the intermediate-level. The intermediate-level was composed of senior-age teams that were considered one level lower in stature than the senior-level, and not eligible for Canadian championships.[3]

J. Ross Robertson Cup (senior)
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Sport Ice hockey
Given for Winner of the Ontario OHA Senior A Championship
History
First award 1899
Most recent Stoney Creek Generals

The senior-level trophy was donated in 1898, it is the oldest of the three.[4] It was first won by Queen's University of Kingston, Ontario in 1899. Today, it is awarded to the champion of the Allan Cup Hockey league, (also known as "OHA Senior AAA").[4]

Junior champions (1934-present)

For the 1933-34 season, OHA junior teams were divided into 'A' and 'B' levels. The J. Ross Robertson Cup was awarded to the playoff champions of OHA junior 'A' teams from this time forward.[1]

  • Number in parenthesis denotes total number of championships won.
Season Champion Series
(W-L-T)
Finalist Subsequent results
1933-34 Toronto St. Michael's Majors (1) 2-0 Stratford Midgets St. Michael's, champions, 1934 Memorial Cup
1934-35 Kitchener Greenshirts (1) default+ Oshawa Majors Did not qualify for Eastern Canada final
1935-36 West Toronto Nationals (1) 2-0 Kitchener Greenshirts West Toronto, champions, 1936 Memorial Cup
1936-37 Toronto St. Michael's Majors (2) 3-2 Stratford Midgets Did not qualify for Eastern Canada final
1937-38 Oshawa Generals (1) 3-0 Guelph Indians Oshawa, runner-up, 1938 Memorial Cup
1938-39 Oshawa Generals (2) 3-0 Toronto Native Sons Oshawa, champions, 1939 Memorial Cup
1939-40 Oshawa Generals (3) 3-2 Toronto Marlboros Oshawa, champions, 1940 Memorial Cup
1940-41 Oshawa Generals (4) 4-3 Toronto Marlboros Oshawa, finalist, Eastern Canada
1941-42 Oshawa Generals (5) 3-2 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters Oshawa, runner-up, 1942 Memorial Cup
1942-43 Oshawa Generals (6) 4-1 Brantford Lions Oshawa, runner-up, 1943 Memorial Cup
1943-44 Oshawa Generals (7) 4-1 Toronto St. Michael's Majors Oshawa, champions, 1944 Memorial Cup
1944-45 Toronto St. Michael's Majors (3) 4-0 Galt Red Wings St. Michael's, champions, 1945 Memorial Cup
1945-46 Toronto St. Michael's Majors (4) 4-2 Oshawa Generals St. Michael's, runner-up, 1946 Memorial Cup
1946-47 Toronto St. Michael's Majors (5) 4-0 Galt Red Wings St. Michael's, champions, 1947 Memorial Cup
1947-48 Barrie Flyers (1) 4-2 Windsor Spitfires Barrie, runner-up, 1948 Memorial Cup
1948-49 Barrie Flyers (2) 4-0 Toronto Marlboros Barrie, finalist, Eastern Canada
1949-50 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters (1) 4-2 Windsor Spitfires Guelph, finalist, Eastern Canada
1950-51 Barrie Flyers (3) 4-2 Toronto Marlboros Barrie, champions, 1951 Memorial Cup
1951-52 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters (2) 4-1 St. Catharines Teepees Guelph, champions, 1952 Memorial Cup
1952-53 Barrie Flyers (4) 5-3 Toronto St. Michael's Majors Barrie, champions, 1953 Memorial Cup
1953-54 St. Catharines Teepees (1) 4-3 Toronto Marlboros St. Catharines, champions, 1954 Memorial Cup
1954-55 Toronto Marlboros (1) 4-2 St. Catharines Teepees Toronto, champions, 1955 Memorial Cup
1955-56 Toronto Marlboros (2) 4-1 Barrie Flyers Toronto, champions, 1956 Memorial Cup
1956-57 Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters (3) 4-2 St. Catharines Teepees Guelph, finalist, Eastern Canada
1957-58 Toronto Marlboros (3) 4-1-1 Hamilton Tiger Cubs Toronto, finalist, Eastern Canada
1958-59 Peterborough TPT Petes (1) 3-2-3 Toronto St. Michael's Majors Peterborough, runner-up, 1959 Memorial Cup
1959-60 St. Catharines Teepees (2) 4-1-1 Toronto St. Michael's Majors St. Catharines, champions, 1960 Memorial Cup
1960-61 Toronto St. Michael's Majors (6) 4-2-1 Guelph Royals St. Michael's, champions, 1961 Memorial Cup
1961-62 Hamilton Red Wings (1) 4-1 Toronto St. Michael's Majors Hamilton, champions, 1962 Memorial Cup
1962-63 Niagara Falls Flyers (1) 4-2 Toronto Neil McNeil Maroons Niagara Falls, runner-up, 1963 Memorial Cup
1963-64 Toronto Marlboros (4) 4-0-1 Montreal Junior Canadiens Toronto, champions, 1964 Memorial Cup
1964-65 Niagara Falls Flyers (2) 4-1 Toronto Marlboros Niagara Falls, champions, 1965 Memorial Cup
1965-66 Oshawa Generals (8) 4-1 Kitchener Rangers Oshawa, runner-up, 1966 Memorial Cup
1966-67 Toronto Marlboros (5) 4-0 Hamilton Red Wings Toronto, champions, 1967 Memorial Cup
1967-68 Niagara Falls Flyers (3) 4-3-1 Kitchener Rangers Niagara Falls, champions, 1968 Memorial Cup
1968-69 Montreal Junior Canadiens (1) 4-0-2 St. Catharines Black Hawks Montreal, champions, 1969 Memorial Cup
1969-70 Montreal Junior Canadiens (2) 4-2 Toronto Marlboros Montreal, champions, 1970 Memorial Cup
1970-71 St. Catharines Black Hawks (1) 4-0 Toronto Marlboros St. Catharines, finalist, Eastern Canada
1971-72 Peterborough Petes (2) 3-0-2 Ottawa 67's Peterborough, runner-up, 1972 Memorial Cup
1972-73 Toronto Marlboros (6) 3-2-2 Peterborough Petes Toronto, champions, 1973 Memorial Cup
1973-74 St. Catharines Black Hawks (2) 4-0-1 Peterborough Petes St. Catharines, 3rd place, 1974 Memorial Cup
1974-75 Toronto Marlboros (7) 4-3 Hamilton Fincups Toronto, champions, 1975 Memorial Cup
1975-76 Hamilton Fincups (1) 4-2 Sudbury Wolves Hamilton, champions, 1976 Memorial Cup
1976-77 Ottawa 67's (1) 4-2 London Knights Ottawa, runner-up, 1977 Memorial Cup
1977-78 Peterborough Petes (3) 4-3 Hamilton Fincups Peterborough, runner-up, 1978 Memorial Cup
1978-79 Peterborough Petes (4) 4-3 Niagara Falls Flyers Peterborough, champions, 1979 Memorial Cup
1979-80 Peterborough Petes (5) 4-0 Windsor Spitfires Peterborough, runner-up, 1980 Memorial Cup
1980-81 Kitchener Rangers (1) 3-0-3 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Kitchener, runner-up, 1981 Memorial Cup
1981-82 Kitchener Rangers (2) 4-0-1 Ottawa 67's Kitchener, champions, 1982 Memorial Cup
1982-83 Oshawa Generals (9) 4-0 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Oshawa, runner-up, 1983 Memorial Cup
1983-84 Ottawa 67's (2) 3-1-2 Kitchener Rangers Ottawa, champions,
Kitchener, runner-up, 1984 Memorial Cup
1984-85 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (1) 4-2-1 Peterborough Petes Sault Ste. Marie, 3rd place, 1985 Memorial Cup
1985-86 Guelph Platers (1) 3-2-2 Belleville Bulls Guelph, champions, 1986 Memorial Cup
1986-87 Oshawa Generals (10) 4-3 North Bay Centennials Oshawa, runner-up, 1987 Memorial Cup
1987-88 Windsor Compuware Spitfires (1) 4-0 Peterborough Petes Windsor, runner-up, 1988 Memorial Cup
1988-89 Peterborough Petes (6) 4-2 Niagara Falls Thunder Peterborough, 3rd place, 1989 Memorial Cup
1989-90 Oshawa Generals (11) 4-3 Kitchener Rangers Oshawa, champions,
Kitchener, runner-up, 1990 Memorial Cup
1990-91 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (2) 4-2 Oshawa Generals Sault Ste. Marie, 4th place, 1991 Memorial Cup
1991-92 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (3) 4-3 North Bay Centennials Sault Ste. Marie, runner-up, 1992 Memorial Cup
1992-93 Peterborough Petes (7) 4-1 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sault Ste. Marie, champions,
Peterborough, runner-up, 1993 Memorial Cup
1993-94 North Bay Centennials (1) 4-3 Detroit Junior Red Wings North Bay, 4th place, 1994 Memorial Cup
1994-95 Detroit Junior Red Wings (1) 4-2 Guelph Storm Detroit, runner-up, 1995 Memorial Cup
1995-96 Peterborough Petes (8) 4-3 Guelph Storm Peterborough, runner-up,
Guelph, 4th place, 1996 Memorial Cup
1996-97 Oshawa Generals (12) 4-2 Ottawa 67's Oshawa, 3rd place, 1997 Memorial Cup
1997-98 Guelph Storm (1) 4-1 Ottawa 67's Guelph, runner-up, 1998 Memorial Cup
1998-99 Belleville Bulls (1) 4-3 London Knights Belleville, 3rd place, 1999 Memorial Cup
1999-2000 Barrie Colts (1) 4-3 Plymouth Whalers Barrie, runner-up, 2000 Memorial Cup
2000-01 Ottawa 67's (3) 4-2 Plymouth Whalers Ottawa, 4th place, 2001 Memorial Cup
2001-02 Erie Otters (1) 4-1 Barrie Colts Erie, 3rd place, 2002 Memorial Cup
2002-03 Kitchener Rangers (3) 4-1 Ottawa 67's Kitchener, champions, 2003 Memorial Cup
2003-04 Guelph Storm (2) 4-0 Mississauga IceDogs Guelph, 4th place, 2004 Memorial Cup
2004-05 London Knights (1) 4-1 Ottawa 67's London, champions,
Ottawa, 3rd place, 2005 Memorial Cup
2005-06 Peterborough Petes (9) 4-0 London Knights Peterborough, 4th place, 2006 Memorial Cup
2006-07 Plymouth Whalers (1) 4-2 Sudbury Wolves Plymouth, 3rd place, 2007 Memorial Cup
2007-08 Kitchener Rangers (4) 4-3 Belleville Bulls Kitchener, runner-up,
Belleville, 3rd place, 2008 Memorial Cup
2008-09 Windsor Spitfires (2) 4-1 Brampton Battalion Windsor, champions, 2009 Memorial Cup
2009-10 Windsor Spitfires (3) 4-0 Barrie Colts Windsor, champions, 2010 Memorial Cup
2010-11 Owen Sound Attack (1) 4-3 Mississauga St. Michael's Majors Mississauga, runner-up
Owen Sound, 4th place, 2011 Memorial Cup
2011-12 London Knights (2) 4-1 Niagara IceDogs London, runner-up, 2012 Memorial Cup
2012-13 London Knights (3) 4-3 Barrie Colts London, 3rd place, 2013 Memorial Cup
2013-14 Guelph Storm (3) 4-1 North Bay Battalion Guelph, runner-up, 2014 Memorial Cup
2014-15 Oshawa Generals (13) 4-1 Erie Otters Oshawa, champions, 2015 Memorial Cup
2015-16 London Knights (4) 4-0 Niagara IceDogs London, champions, 2016 Memorial Cup
2016-17 Erie Otters (2) 4-1 Mississauga Steelheads Erie, runner-up, 2017 Memorial Cup
2017-18 Hamilton Bulldogs (1) 4-2 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Hamilton, 3rd place, 2018 Memorial Cup

+ Note: The Kitchener Greenshirts won the 1935 championship by default, after the Oshawa Generals were disqualified for using an ineligible player. This was a different Kitchener Greenshirts team than the club that later became the Kitchener Canucks, and ultimately the Peterborough Petes.

See also

References

  • Podnieks, Andrew (2005). Silverware: Hockey Hall of Fame. Bolton, Ontario: Fenn Publishing. ISBN 1-55168-296-6.
  1. ^ a b Bell, Aaron (2017). 2017-18 OHL Media Information Guide (PDF). Scarborough, Ontario: Ontario Hockey League. pp. 144-159.
  2. ^ Podnieks 2005, p. 9.
  3. ^ "Other Champions". OHA. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ a b Podnieks 2005, p. 8.

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