1989–90 OHL season

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The 1989–90 OHL season was the tenth season of the Ontario Hockey League. The Toronto Marlboros become the Dukes of Hamilton. The Guelph Platers become the Owen Sound Platers. The Kingston Raiders are renamed the Kingston Frontenacs. The OHL Executive of the Year award is inaugurated. Fifteen teams each played 66 games. The Oshawa Generals won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Kitchener Rangers.

Regular season

Standings

Leyden Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
y-Oshawa Generals 66 42 20 4 88 334 244
x-Kingston Frontenacs 66 42 21 3 87 300 232
x-Peterborough Petes 66 37 23 6 80 294 236
x-Ottawa 67's 66 38 26 2 78 320 265
x-Belleville Bulls 66 36 26 4 76 301 247
x-Cornwall Royals 66 24 38 4 52 309 361
Hamilton Dukes 66 11 49 6 28 211 371
Emms Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
y-London Knights 66 41 19 6 88 313 246
x-Kitchener Rangers 66 38 21 7 83 358 259
x-Sudbury Wolves 66 36 23 7 79 295 267
x-Owen Sound Platers 66 28 31 7 63 265 305
x-North Bay Centennials 66 23 35 8 54 292 314
x-Niagara Falls Thunder 66 23 39 4 50 278 355
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 66 18 42 6 42 229 289
Windsor Spitfires 66 17 41 8 42 233 341

Scoring leaders

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Keith Primeau Niagara Falls Thunder 65 57 70 127 97
Paul DiPietro Sudbury Wolves 66 56 63 119 57
Mike Ricci Peterborough Petes 60 52 64 116 39
Owen Nolan Cornwall Royals 58 51 60 111 240
Darcy Cahill Cornwall Royals//Sudbury Wolves 58 38 71 109 73
Brett Seguin Ottawa 67's 63 28 80 108 30
Gilbert Dionne Kitchener Rangers 64 48 57 105 85
Chris Taylor London Knights 66 45 60 105 60
Iain Fraser Oshawa Generals 56 40 65 105 75
Joey St. Aubin Kitchener Rangers 66 36 68 104 102

Playoffs

  Division quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                     
L1 Oshawa 4  
L6 Cornwall 2  
  L1 Oshawa bye  
           
     
       
  L1 Oshawa 4  
  L3 Peterborough 0  
L3 Peterborough 4  
L4 Ottawa 0  
  L3 Peterborough 4
    L5 Belleville 0  
L2 Kingston 3
L5 Belleville 4  
  L1 Oshawa 4
  E2 Kitchener 3
E2 Kitchener 4  
E5 North Bay 1  
  E2 Kitchener bye
           
     
       
  E2 Kitchener 4
  E6 Niagara Falls 1  
E3 Sudbury 3  
E4 Owen Sound 4  
  E4 Owen Sound 1
    E6 Niagara Falls 4  
E1 London 2
E6 Niagara Falls 4  

Awards

J. Ross Robertson Cup: Oshawa Generals
Hamilton Spectator Trophy: Oshawa Generals
Leyden Trophy: Oshawa Generals
Emms Trophy: London Knights
Red Tilson Trophy: Mike Ricci, Peterborough Petes
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy: Keith Primeau, Niagara Falls Thunder
Matt Leyden Trophy: Larry Mavety, Kingston Frontenacs
Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy: Owen Nolan, Cornwall Royals
Max Kaminsky Trophy: John Slaney, Cornwall Royals
OHL Goaltender of the Year: Jeff Fife, Belleville Bulls
Jack Ferguson Award: Pat Peake, Detroit Compuware Ambassadors
Dave Pinkney Trophy: Jeff Wilson and Sean Gauthier, Kingston Frontenacs
OHL Executive of the Year: Sam McMaster, Sudbury Wolves
Bill Long Award: Sherwood Bassin, Oshawa Generals / Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Emms Family Award: Chris Longo, Peterborough Petes
F.W. 'Dinty' Moore Trophy: Sean Basilio, London Knights
William Hanley Trophy: Mike Ricci, Peterborough Petes
Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy: Iain Fraser, Oshawa Generals
Bobby Smith Trophy: Ryan Kuwabara, Ottawa 67's

See also

References

  • HockeyDB
Preceded by
1988–89 OHL season
OHL seasons Succeeded by
1990–91 OHL season
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