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The following is a list of ice hockey teams in Ontariomarker, past and present. It includes the league(s) they play for, and championships won.

Major Professional

National Hockey League

Current Teams

Team City Established Stanley Cups Notes
Ottawa Senators Ottawamarker 1992 0 The original Ottawa Senators were moved to St Louis in the 1920's. The present Ottawa Senators (EST 1992) have not won a cup since their inaugural season.
Toronto Maple Leafs Torontomarker 1917 13 Also known as the Torontos 1917-18, Arenas (1918-19) and the St. Patrick's (1919-27)


Former Teams

Team City Existed Stanley Cups Notes
Hamilton Tigers Hamiltonmarker 1920-25 0 Founded in 1888 as the Quebec Bulldogs
Ottawa Senators Ottawamarker 1917-34 12 Founded in 1883 as the amateur Ottawa Hockey Club; became the St. Louis Eagles in 1935 Franchise cancelled by league.


American Hockey League

Current teams

Team City Established Calder Cups Notes
Hamilton Bulldogs Hamiltonmarker 1996 1 First Affiliated with the Edmonton Oilers (1996-2002) and Subsequently the Montreal Canadians from 2002-Present - both Edmonton and Montreal shared Affiliation during 2002-2003 season
Toronto Marlies Torontomarker 2005 0 Founded in 1982 as the St. Catharines Saints


Former teams

Team City Established Calder Cups Notes
Cornwall Aces Cornwallmarker 1993-96 0 Merged with Hershey Bears in 1996
Hamilton Canucks Hamiltonmarker 1992-94 0
Newmarket Saints Newmarketmarker 1986-91 0 Became the St. John's Maple Leafs in 1991
St. Catharines Saints St. Catharinesmarker 1982-86 0 Became the Newmarket Saints in 1986
Toronto Roadrunners Torontomarker 2003-04 0 Became the Edmonton Road Runners in 2004


National Hockey Association

Team City Existed League titles Stanley Cups Notes
Cobalt Silver Kings Cobaltmarker 1909-10 0 0 Became the Quebec Bulldogs in 1910
Haileybury Hockey Club Haileyburymarker 1909-10 0 0 Players joined the Montreal Canadiens in 1910
Ottawa Senators Ottawamarker 1909-17 2 5 Founded 1883; A founding team of National Hockey League in 1917.
Renfrew Creamery Kings Renfrewmarker 1909-11 0 0 Franchise sold to Toronto interests in 1911.
Toronto 228th Battalion Torontomarker 1916-17 0 0 Disbanded mid-season due to World War I.
Toronto Blueshirts Torontomarker 1912-17 2 1 NHA suspended team after 228th Battalion embarked for Europe.
Toronto Shamrocks Torontomarker 1912-15 0 0 Also known as the Tecumsehs and Ontarios. Team sold to Blueshirts' owners in 1915 and players joined Blueshirts.


World Hockey Association

Team City Existed Avco Cups Notes
Ottawa Nationals Ottawamarker 1972-73 0 Became the Toronto Toros in 1973
Ottawa Civics Ottawamarker 1976 0 Began the 1975-76 season as the Denver Spurs, moved midseason and folded after two weeks
Toronto Toros Torontomarker 1973-76 0 Founded as the Ottawa Nationals in 1972; Became the Birmingham Bulls in 1976


Minor Professional

International Hockey League

Team City Existed Turner Cups Notes
Chatham Maroons Chathammarker 1949-52 1
Chatham Maroons Chathammarker 1963-64 0
Windsor Gotfredsons Windsormarker 1945-50 0 Also known as the Staffords and Windsor Ryancretes
Windsor Spitfires Windsormarker 1945-49 2 Also known as the Windsor Hettche Spitfires; Became the Detroit Hettche in 1949


United Hockey League

Team City Existed Colonial Cups Notes
Brantford Smoke Brantfordmarker 1991-98 1 Became the Asheville Smoke in 1998
Chatham Wheels Chathammarker 1992-94 0 Became the Saginaw Wheels in 1994
London Wildcats Londonmarker 1994-95 0 Became the Dayton Ice Bandits in 1996
St. Thomas Wildcats St. Thomasmarker 1991-94 0 Became the London Wildcats in 1994
Thunder Bay Thunder Cats Thunder Baymarker 1991-99 3 Also known as the Senators and Thunder Hawks; Became the Rockford IceHogs in 1999


Early Leagues

Team Existed Notes
International Professional Hockey League 1904-07 Canadian Sault Hockey Club lone Canadian member
Ontario Professional Hockey League 1908-1911 Formed in 1907. Also known as 'Trolley League.'
Canadian Professional Hockey League 1926-30
Canadian-American Hockey League 1926-36 Merged with the International Hockey League; Predecessor of the American Hockey League
International Hockey League 1929-36 Merged with the Canadian-American Hockey League; Predecessor of the American Hockey League
Eastern Professional Hockey League 1959-63


Junior

Ontario Hockey League

Current teams

Team City Established J. Ross Robertson Cups Memorial Cups Notes
Barrie Colts Barriemarker 1994 1 0
Belleville Bulls Bellevillemarker 1981 1 0
Brampton Battalion Bramptonmarker 1996 0 0
Guelph Storm Guelphmarker 1991 2 0 Founded in 1904 as the Toronto Marlboros
Kingston Frontenacs Kingstonmarker 1973 0 0 Also known as the Canadians and Raiders
Kitchener Rangers Kitchenermarker 1963 4 2 Founded in 1947 as the Guelph Biltmore Mad Hatters
London Knights Londonmarker 1965 1 1 Also known as the Nationals
Mississauga St. Michael's Majors Mississaugamarker 2007 6 4 Founded in 1906 as the Toronto St. Michael's Majors. Team suspended operations from 1961-96.
Niagara IceDogs St. Catharinesmarker 2007 0 0 Founded in 1998 as the Mississauga IceDogs
Oshawa Generals Oshawamarker 1908 12 4 Also known as the Shamrocks and Majors. Team suspended operations from 1953-62 after arena burned down.
Ottawa 67's Ottawamarker 1967 3 2
Owen Sound Attack Owen Soundmarker 1989 0 0 Founded in 1968 as the Guelph CMC's
Peterborough Petes Peterboroughmarker 1956 9 1 Founded in 1951 as the Kitchener Greenshirts
Sarnia Sting Sarniamarker 1994 0 0 Founded in 1969 as the Cornwall Royals
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Sault Ste.marker Mariemarker 1972 3 1
Sudbury Wolves Sudburymarker 1972 0 0 Founded in 1945 as the Barrie Flyers
Windsor Spitfires Windsormarker 1975 2 1


Former teams

Team City Existence J. Ross Robertson Cups Memorial Cups Notes
Brantford Alexanders Brantfordmarker 1978-1984 0 0 Previously known as Hamilton Fincups. Subsequently known as the Hamilton Steelhawks.
Brantford Lions Brantfordmarker 1933-1946 0 0
Barrie Flyers Barriemarker 1945-1960 4 2 Subsequently known as the Niagara Falls Flyers.
North Bay Centennials North Baymarker 1982-2002 1 0 Previously known as Niagara Falls Flyers. Subsequently known as the Saginaw Spirit.


United States Hockey League

Former teams

Team City Existed Anderson Cups Notes
Thunder Bay Flyers Thunder Baymarker 1980-2000 4 Known as Thunder Bay Kings until 1984


Junior A Hockey Leagues

Central Junior A Hockey League

Team City Established League titles Fred Page Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Brockville Braves Brockvillemarker 1963 2 1 0
Cornwall Colts Cornwallmarker 1992 4 1 0
Cumberland Grads Navan 1974 0 0 0
Hawkesbury Hawks Hawkesburymarker 1974 7 1 0
Kanata Stallions Kanatamarker 1989 2 1 0
Kemptville 73's Kemptvillemarker 1969 0 0 0 Joined in 2007 from EOJBHL
Nepean Raiders Nepean 1970s 2 1 0
Orleans Blues Gloucestermarker ??? 2 0 0
Ottawa Jr. Senators Ottawamarker 1961 8 1 0
Pembroke Lumber Kings Pembrokemarker 1961 11 1 0
Smiths Falls Bears Smiths Fallsmarker 1961 4 0 0


Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League

Team City Established League titles NJHA titles Notes
Bradford Rattlers Bradfordmarker 1971 2 1 Former member of the GMOHL
Deseronto Storm Deserontomarker 2006 0 0 Formerly the "Thunder"
Douro Dukes Douro 2007 0 0
Elliot Lake Bobcats Elliot Lakemarker 2007 0 0
Espanola Kings Espanolamarker 2007 0 0
Innisfil Lakers Innisfilmarker 2007 0 0
King Wild King Citymarker 2006 0 0
Nipissing Alouettes Sturgeon Fallsmarker 2006 0 0
Richmond Hill Rams Richmond Hillmarker 2006 0 0 Resurrected from Metro Junior A Hockey League
South Muskoka Shield Gravenhurstmarker 2006 0 0
Tamworth Cyclones Tamworthmarker 2007 0 0
Toronto Canada Moose Thornhillmarker 2006 0 0


Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League

Team City Established League titles Dudley Hewitt Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Abitibi Eskimos Iroquois Fallsmarker 1999 0 0 0 Founded as Iroquois Falls Jr. Eskis
Blind River Beavers Blind Rivermarker 2000 0 0 0 Relocated from Garson, Ontario & founded as Nickel Centre Barons
Manitoulin Islanders Little Currentmarker 2003 0 0 0
North Bay Skyhawks North Baymarker 2002 3 0 0 Relocated from Sturgeon Falls, Ontario & founded as Powassan Passports, Powassan Hawks & Sturgeon Falls Lynx
Soo Thunderbirds Sault Ste.marker Mariemarker 1999 0 0 0 Formerly as Sault Ste. Marie Junior Greyhounds
Sudbury Junior Wolves Sudburymarker 2000 7 1 0 Formerly as Sudbury Northern Wolves


Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League

Team City Established League titles Dudley Hewitt Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Ajax Attack Ajaxmarker 1986 0 0 0
Aurora Tigers Auroramarker 1987 2 2 2 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Bowmanville Eagles Bowmanvillemarker 1978 0 0 0
Brampton Capitals Bramptonmarker 1987 3 1 0
Burlington Cougars Burlingtonmarker 1952 0 0 0
Cobourg Cougars Cobourgmarker 1964 0 0 0
Collingwood Blues Collingwoodmarker 1969 0 0 0
Couchiching Terriers Ramamarker 1960s 4 3 1
Durham Fury Oshawamarker 1972 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Georgetown Raiders Georgetownmarker 1966 0 1 0
Hamilton Red Wings Hamiltonmarker 1973 0 0 0
Huntsville-Muskoka Otters Huntsvillemarker 1990 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Kingston Voyageurs Kingstonmarker 1974 0 0 0
Lindsay Muskies Lindsaymarker 1980 0 0 0
Markham Waxers Markhammarker 1930s 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Milton Icehawks Miltonmarker 1966 2 1 0
Mississauga Chargers Mississaugamarker 1992 0 0 0
Newmarket Hurricanes Newmarketmarker 1987 1 1 0
North York Rangers North York 1992 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Oakville Blades Oakvillemarker 1966 1 1 0
Orangeville Crushers Orangevillemarker 1975 0 0 0
Peterborough Stars Peterboroughmarker 1965 0 0 0
Pickering Panthers Pickeringmarker 1972 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Port Hope Predators Port Hope 1996 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Trenton Hercs Trentonmarker 1981 0 0 0 Formerly Trenton Sting, Quinte West Pack
St. Michael's Buzzers Torontomarker 1933 2 0 0
Seguin Bruins Parry Soundmarker 2005 0 0 0
Stouffville Spirit Stouffvillemarker 1995 0 0 0
Streetsville Derbys Streetsvillemarker 1968 0 0 0
Toronto Dixie Beehives Westonmarker 2005 0 0 0 Formerly Oswego Admirals
Toronto Jr. Canadiens Downsviewmarker 1972 0 0 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Vaughan Vipers Vaughanmarker 1991 0 0 0
Villanova Knights North York 1980 1 1 0
Wellington Dukes Wellingtonmarker 1983 1 1 0 Former Metro Junior A Hockey League franchise
Many teams' establishment dates precede the founding of the OPJHL in 1993. This heading lists only OPJHL championships won.

Superior International Junior Hockey League

Team City Established League titles Dudley Hewitt Cups Royal Bank Cups Notes
Dryden Ice Dogs Drydenmarker 2001 2 0 0
Fort Frances Jr. Sabres Fort Francesmarker 2007 0 0 0
Fort William North Stars Thunder Baymarker 2001 3 1 0
Marathon Renegades Marathonmarker 2006 0 0 0 Former member of the North of Superior Junior B Hockey League
Schreiber Diesels Schreibermarker 2005 1 0 0
Thunder Bay Bearcats Thunder Baymarker 2001 0 0 0
Thunder Bay Bulldogs Thunder Baymarker 2001 0 0 0


Junior B Hockey Leagues

League Region Established Notes
Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League Ottawamarker region 1967 Ottawa District Hockey Association League
Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League Southern Ontario 2007 Merger of GHL, MWJHL, and WOHL
Thunder Bay Junior B Hockey League Thunder Baymarker region 1993 Competes for the Keystone Cup, 1 championship


Junior C and Development Hockey Leagues

League Region Established Clarence Schmalz Cups Notes
Central Junior C Hockey League Greater Torontomarker Area ????
Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League Ottawamarker Region ????
Empire B Junior C Hockey League Eastern Ontariomarker Region ????
Georgian Mid-Ontario Junior C Hockey League Georgian Baymarker Region ????
Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League Far-South Region of Ontariomarker ????
Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League Golden Horseshoe Region ????
Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League Southwestern Ontariomarker Region ???? -- Compete for OHA Cup
Western Junior C Hockey League Greymarker, Brucemarker, and Wellington Counties ????


Semi-professional, senior and amateur

Canadian Women's Hockey League

Team City Established ESSO National Championships Notes
Brampton Canadettes Thunder Bramptonmarker 2007 0
Burlington Barracudas Burlingtonmarker 2007 0
Mississauga Chiefs Mississaugamarker 2007 0
Ottawa Senators Ottawamarker 2007 0
Vaughan Flames Vaughanmarker 2007 0


National Women's Hockey League

Team City Existed League titles Notes
Brampton Thunder Bramptonmarker 1999-07 1
Etobicoke Dolphins Etobicokemarker 2007 0 Formerly the Durham Lightning 2000-06
Oakville Ice Oakvillemarker 2003-07 0
Ottawa Raiders Ottawamarker 1999-07 0
Toronto Aeros Torontomarker 1999-07 4


Senior

Team City Existed League titles Allan Cups Notes
Ottawa Senators Ottawa 1934-1955 1949 Took over Senators name when NHL team left for St. Louis.


Amateur

Team City Existed League titles Stanley Cups Notes
Kenora Thistles Kenoramarker ???? ?? 1 Smallest town to ever win the Stanley Cup
Ottawa Senators Ottawamarker 1883-1908 ?? 10 Played in AHA, Ontario Hockey Association, CAHA, ECAHL and ECAHA; Won OHA championship 1891-1893. Became the Senators in 1902. Also known as the Capitals and Silver Seven, the team became fully professional in 1908.


University

Team City Established Conference titles (men's and women's) University Cups Women's Titles Notes
Brock Badgers St. Catharinesmarker ???? 0 0 0
Carleton Ravens Ottawamarker ???? 0 0 0
Guelph Gryphons Guelphmarker ???? 9 1 0
Lakehead Thunderwolves Thunder Baymarker 2001 1 0 N/A Plays only CIS men's hockey, not women's hockey
Nipissing Lakersmarker North Baymarker 2009 0 0 0 Plays only CIS men's hockey, not women's hockey
Ottawa Gee-Gees Ottawamarker ???? 0 0 0
Queen's Golden Gaels Kingstonmarker ???? 9 0 0
RMC Paladinsmarker Kingstonmarker ???? 0 0 N/A Plays only CIS men's hockey, not women's hockey
Ryerson Rams Torontomarker ???? 0 0 N/A Plays only CIS men's hockey, not women's hockey
U of T Varsity Blues Torontomarker 1891 58 10 1
UOIT Ridgebacks Oshawamarker 2007 0 0 0
Waterloo Warriors Waterloomarker ???? 2 0 0
UWO Mustangs Londonmarker ???? 2 1 0
Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Waterloomarker ???? 10 0 2
Windsor Lancers Windsormarker ???? 1 0 0
York Lions Torontomarker ???? 8 3 0


League, regional and national championships

Championship Times won Description
Stanley Cup 35 Total championships
Stanley Cup 17 National Hockey League champion
NHA Championship 4 National Hockey Association champion
Calder Cup 1 American Hockey League champion
Memorial Cup 47 Canadian Major-Junior national champion
Allan Cup 46 Canadian senior national champion
Royal Bank Cup 8 Canadian Junior "A" national champion
Colonial Cup 4 United Hockey League champion
Keystone Cup 1 Western Canada Junior "B" champion
NWHL Championship Cup 4 National Women's Hockey League championship
University Cup 15 CIS national men's university champion
CIS Women's Championship 2 CIS national women's university champion


References

  1. 1920s in Maple Leafs History
  2. Hamilton's Hockey Tigers, Sam Wesley w/ David Wesley (James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 2005)


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