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2009–10 GMHL season

2009–10 GMHL season
League Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League
Duration Regular season
2009-09 – 2010-02
Playoffs
2010-02 – 2010-04
Champions Deseronto Storm
Number of teams 12
Commissioner Bob Russell
GMHL seasons

 2008–09

2010–11 

The 2009–10 GMHL season was the 4th season of the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League (GMHL). The twelve teams of the GMHL will play 42-game schedules.

Come February, the top teams of the league will play down for the Russell Cup, emblematic of the grand championship of the GMHL. Since the GMHL is independent from Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior Hockey League, this is where the GMHL's season ends. The Deseronto Storm won their first Russell Cup beating the South Muskoka Shield 4-games-to-3.

Changes

Final Standings

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; PTS = Points; x = clinched playoff berth; y = clinched division title; z = clinched conference title

Teams
Team Centre 2009-10 Record GF GA Points
Elliot Lake Bobcats Elliot Lake 35-4-0-3 297 152 73
South Muskoka Shield Gravenhurst 35-5-0-2 228 121 72
Bradford Rattlers Bradford 34-6-0-2 273 150 70
Deseronto Storm Deseronto 29-11-0-2 222 152 60
Innisfil Lakers Innisfil 26-14-0-2 210 194 54
Brock Bucks Beaverton 20-18-0-4 178 207 44
King Wild Nobleton 18-20-0-4 212 205 40
Algoma Avalanche Thessalon 19-22-0-1 162 196 39
Toronto Canada Moose Thornhill 15-23-0-4 172 212 34
Oro-Medonte 77's Guthrie 11-26-0-5 145 272 27
Powassan Dragons Powassan 8-32-0-2 139 271 18
Minden Riverkings Minden Hills 2-13-0-0 56 87 4

Top seven teams (blue tinted) receive automatic bye into GMHL Quarter-finals. Minden Riverkings ceased operation November 11, 2009. Remaining games are treated as 3-0 forfeits.

Teams listed on the official league website.[1]

Standings listed on official league website.[2]

2009-10 Russell Cup Playoffs

Championship Round

QF is Best-of-5, SF and Final are Best-of-7

Quarter-final Semi-final Russell Cup
                 
1 Elliot Lake 3
8 Algoma 0
1 Elliot Lake 2
4 Deseronto 4
4 Deseronto 3
5 Innisfil 0
4 Deseronto 4
2 South Muskoka 3
2 South Muskoka 3
7 King 0
2 South Muskoka 4
3 Bradford 1
3 Bradford 3
6 Brock 0

Last Minute Qualifier

Determines 8th seed in Quarter-final.

Single Game Best-of-3
           
8 Algoma 6
11 Powassan 2
8 Algoma 2
9 Toronto 1
9 Toronto 6
10 Oro-Medonte 4

Playoff results are listed on the official league website.[3]

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Brad Clark Deseronto Storm 41 59 68 127 104
Artem Podshendyalov Bradford Rattlers 42 62 62 124 48
Andrew Bobas Deseronto Storm 41 31 57 88 136
Dylan Sontag South Muskoka Shield 42 41 44 85 24
Jeff Morris Deseronto Storm 41 27 57 84 87
Jonathon Dew Innisfil Lakers 32 36 45 81 50
Stanislav Nikonov Bradford Rattlers 41 36 40 76 49
Matt Marchese King Wild 41 36 39 75 99
Jon Minard Toronto Canada Moose 38 36 37 73 40
Roman Jurak Elliot Lake Bobcats 42 24 45 69 12

Leading goaltenders

Note: GP = Games Played; Mins = Minutes Played; W = Wins; L = Losses: OTL = Overtime Losses; SL = Shootout Losses; GA = Goals Allowed; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP Mins W L OTL SOL GA SO Sv% GAA
Rob Sutherland South Muskoka Shield 13 778 10 3 - - 22 2 0.949 1.70
Matthew Perry Elliot Lake Bobcats 20 864 16 4 - - 39 1 0.920 2.71
Keaton Op't Eyndt Bradford Rattlers 16 728 14 2 - - 35 2 0.917 2.88
Mark Wardell South Muskoka Shield 20 1125 16 4 - - 56 0 0.902 2.99
Blake Robinson Elliot Lake Bobcats 11 551 10 1 - - 30 0 0.910 3.27

Awards

See also

References

  1. ^ http://gmhl.net/teamlist.php
  2. ^ http://gmhl.net/standings.php
  3. ^ http://gmhl.net/page.php?page=playoffs

External links

  • Official website of the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League


Preceded by
2008–09 GMHL season
GMHL seasons Succeeded by
2010–11 GMHL season
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