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Encyclopedia > Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
City: Mississauga, Ontario
League: Ontario Hockey League
Conference: Eastern
Division: Central
Founded: 1906 (Original)
1996 (Revived)
Home Arena: Hershey Centre
Colours: Light blue, Navy blue and White
Head Coach: Dave Cameron
General Manager: Dave Cameron
Affiliate(s): St. Michael's Buzzers
Parent club(s): Toronto Maple Leafs
(ended 1961)
Franchise history
1996-2007: Toronto St. Michael's Majors
2007-Present: Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
Majors pregame warm-up.

The Mississauga St. Michael's Majors, are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The hockey program was founded and operated by St. Michael's College School in 1906 in Toronto, Ontario. The team was known as the Majors from 1934 to 1961. The current franchise was revived on August 15, 1996, and is also known as the St. Mike's Majors playing in Toronto. The franchise gained approval from the OHL Board to move to Mississauga in the fall of 2007 after spending 10 years in Toronto.[1] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... For the First Nation, see Mississaugas. ... A typical OHL hockey game. ... 1906 (MCMVI) was a common year starting on Monday (see link for calendar). ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... The Hershey Centre located in Mississauga, Ontario, is the home arena of the OHL team Mississauga Ice Dogs. ... For other uses, see Blue (disambiguation) Blue is one of the three primary additive colors; blue light has the shortest wavelength range (about 420–490 nanometers) of the three additive primary colors. ... Navy blue is an especially dark shade of the color blue. ... A white rose. ... The St. ... The Toronto Maple Leafs are a professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ... The Toronto St. ... Image File history File linksMetadata No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File linksMetadata No higher resolution available. ... Ice hockey, known simply as hockey in areas where it is more common than field hockey, is a team sport played on ice. ... A typical OHL hockey game. ... For the First Nation, see Mississaugas. ... Motto: Ut Incepit Fidelis Sic Permanet (Latin: Loyal she began, loyal she remains) Capital Toronto Largest city Toronto Official languages English Government - Lieutenant-Governor James K. Bartleman - Premier Dalton McGuinty (Liberal) Federal representation in Canadian Parliament - House seats 106 - Senate seats 24 Confederation July 1, 1867 (1st) Area [1] Ranked... St. ... Template:Hide = Motto: Template:Unhide = Diversity Our Strength Image:Toronto, Ontario Location. ... August 15 is the 227th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (228th in leap years), with 138 days remaining. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ...

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History

The St. Michael's College Hockey Team was first established in 1906 in Toronto, Ontario when the team joined the junior division of the Ontario Hockey Association. The team was not known as the St. Michael's Majors until 1934, and also had the informal nickname of the "Irish". The school team played for 55 years until 1961 before suspending operations. Template:Hide = Motto: Template:Unhide = Diversity Our Strength Image:Toronto, Ontario Location. ...


St. Michael's revived the Majors (Junior A Tier I) hockey team for the 1997-98 season in the Ontario Hockey League. It total, over one hundred St. Michael's Majors alumni have gone on to play in the National Hockey League, including 13 members of the Hockey Hall of Fame. “NHL” redirects here. ... Hockey Hall of Fame logo The Hockey Hall of Fame, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is dedicated to the history of ice hockey with exhibits featuring memorabilia and NHL trophies (including the Stanley Cup) along with interactive activities. ...

Allan Cup Champions, 1910
The Early years

The hockey team was founded and operated by St. Michael's College School, an Irish Catholic secondary school in uptown Toronto. The college's hockey team soon blossomed, as demand for a Catholic program was high. The school competed with their crosstown rivals, the Protestant organized Toronto Marlborough Athletic Club for Toronto's hockey supremacy. Players in the St. Michael's Majors program, were also enrolled in the school. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... St. ... Irish Catholics are persons of predominantly Irish descent who adhere to the Roman Catholic faith. ... Protestantism is a general grouping of denominations within Christianity. ... Categories: Stub | Ontario Hockey League ...


St. Michael's were successful in recruiting players and providing a complete education at the same time. The college built a strong reputation in moulding outstanding and well-rounded young citizens. Four year after the hockey program started, St. Michael's were Canadian Amateur Champions, winning the Allan Cup in 1910. The Allan Cup is the trophy awarded to the national senior (21 and over) amateur men’s hockey champions of Canada. ...

Birth of the Majors

In 1933, the Ontario Hockey Association's Junior division, split into 'A' and 'B' levels. St. Michael's also divided its hockey program into two teams accordingly. The Junior 'A' team became the Majors, the Junior 'B' team was known as St. Michael's Buzzers. The St. ...


Memorial Cup 1934

The Majors dominated the Junior A hockey scene during the 1933-34 season. The team was undefeated in the regular season, and kept rolling through the playoffs, the Ontario Championship, Eastern Canadian Championship and the Memorial Cup. Also of note, in 1933-34 the Buzzers won the Sutherland Cup as Ontario Junior 'B' champions. The Memorial Cup is the championship trophy of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). ... The Sutherland Cup The Sutherland Cup is the ice hockey Ontario Junior B Provincial Championship trophy. ...


St. Michael's featured the likes of Bobby Bauer, Reg Hamilton, Art Jackson, Regis (Pep) Kelly, Nick Metz, Don Wilson, Mickey Drouillard, goaltenders Harvey Teno and Jack Hamilton. The Toronto team was coached by Dr. W. J. (Jerry) Laflamme, a dentist who had quite a hockey history. He refereed in the NHL in the 1920's. That was after he had played defence on the Allan Cup winners from St. Michael's in 1909-1910 and captained the Allan Cup-winning Dentals of Toronto in 1916-17. Robert Theodore Bobby Bauer (b. ... NHL can also be an abbreviation for National Historic Landmark or Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. ...


In the 1934 playoffs St. Michael's skated to 8-2, and 9-3 victories versus the Ottawa Shamrocks to win the two game series for the Ontario title. In the following series, Toronto faced the Charlottetown Abegweits in the eastern final, played in Toronto. The Majors prevailed again in two games, by scores of 12-2 and 7-2. The Memorial Cup final was played at Shea's Amphitheatre in Winnipeg, where St. Michael's faced the Edmonton Athletic Club in a best-of-three series for the title. The Majors picked up Turk Broda from the Winnipeg Monarchs to backup if goaltender Harvey Teno was injured. St. Mike's opened with a 5-0 victory over the Athletics on April 3. More than 4,500 fans showed up for game 2 on April 5. St. Michael's won its first Memorial Cup championship, with a 6-4 victory in overtime. Sheas Amphitheatre Sheas Amphitheatre, also known as the Winnipeg Amphitheatre, was an indoor arena located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. ... Turk Broda. ... City: Lethbridge, Alberta League: Western Hockey League Conference: Eastern Division: Central Founded: 1987-88 Home Arena: ENMAX Centre Colours: dark blue, white, burgundy and silver Head Coach: Michael Dyck General Manager: Roy Stasiuk Action during a playoff game against the Calgary Hitmen at the Pengrowth Saddledome The Lethbridge Hurricanes are... April 3 is the 93rd day of the year (94th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar, with 272 days remaining. ...

1937 OHA Champions

St. Michael's made their second trip to the OHA finals in 1937, and again faced the same opponent from in 1934, the Stratford Midgets. Toronto prevailed winning 3 games to 2. In the Ontario Championship, St. Michael's faced a familiar foe in the Copper Cliff Redmen. The Redmen previously played in Newmarket in the same league as Toronto, but switched to NOHA. Toronto lost to the northern ontario champions, in 2 straight games.


Memorial Cup 1945

Joe Primeau returned to coached the 1945 Memorial Cup St. Michael's team, after being runners-up in the OHA finals in 1944. In 1945, Toronto won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Galt Black Hawks in four games straight. The Majors advanced further by eliminating the Montreal Royals in six games in eastern final. They won the sixth game 7-4 behind Joe Sadler's three goals in front of 10,548 fans at Maple Leaf Gardens on April 11. The Galt Black Hawks were a junior ice hockey team based in Galt, Ontario, now a part of the city of Cambridge. ...


The Memorial Cup final was played in its entirety at Maple Leaf Gardens. The Majors' opponents were the Moose Jaw Canucks coached by Roy Bentley. Toronto won game one 8 to 5 on April 14, then Moose Jaw turned the tables on April 16, 5 to 3 victory to even the series. The Majors won each of the next three games by scores of 6 to 3, 4 to 3, and 7 to 2 in the deciding game. The Moose Jaw Canucks were a junior ice hockey team based in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. ...


Paid attendance for the five games was 65,437, which exceeded the Maple Leaf Gardens junior record for five games (59,301) that had been set in 1943 when the Winnipeg Rangers tangled with the Oshawa Generals. That 1943 series still held the six-game record of 73,867.


Memorial Cup 1946

St. Michael's returned to the Memorial Cup for a second consecutive year in 1946. The Majors defeated the Oshawa Generals in a six game, coming back from two games behind for the OHA championship. St. Michael's then swept the Montreal Junior Canadiens in three games straight in the eastern finals. The Rouyn-Noranda Huskies are a major junior hockey team of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. ...


The Majors met up with the Winnipeg Monarchs at Maple Leaf Gardens on April 13th to start the best-of-seven series for the national championship. Winnipeg won the first game 3 to 2, then Toronto rallied to win the next two games 5 to 3, and 7 to 3, before the Monarchs even the series in game four, winning 4 to 3. Toronto scored a 7 to 4 victory in game five, needing only one more win to be the second team to repeat as Memorial Cup champions. Winnipeg spoiled the plans, winning consecutive 4 to 2 victories to take the cup back west in 1946.


Memorial Cup 1947

Memorial Cup Champions, 1947

The 1947 cup would be a rematch of the 1945 Memorial Cup final versus the Moose Jaw Canucks. This series however, was not played at Maple Leaf Gardens, but rather played in Winnipeg, Moose Jaw and Regina. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


On the road to their third consecutive Memorial Cup appearance, St. Michael's repeated their sweep of the Galt Black Hawks in the OHA finals from two 1945, and the previous year's sweep on the Montreal Jr. Canadiens in the eastern finals.


The Memorial Cup's best-of-seven final opened in Winnipeg on April 15 with Toronto hammering Moose Jaw 12 to 3. The teams then headed for Moose Jaw, where game two was to be played on April 17. Toronto St. Michael's won that game 6 to 1. Game three was played in Regina, which Toronto kept up its momentum, winning 8 to 1. Game three ended seven minutes when the ice was littered for a second time with broken bottles thrown from the stands. Three nights later in Regina, St. Michael's finished the series with a 3 to 2 victory, for their third Memorial Cup title.


Memorial Cup 1961

Memorial Cup Champions, 1961

The Majors returned to the Memorial Cup in 1961 after coming close each of the two previous years. Toronto lost a very close eight game series in the 1959 OHA finals to the Peterborough Petes, 3 games to 2, with three games tied. In 1960 the Majors lost in 6 games to the St. Catharines Teepees. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... The Peterborough Petes is an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) team in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. ... St. ...


Father David Bauer led the 1961 St. Michael's Majors to the OHA finals in 1961, where they upset the first place Guelph Royals 4 games to 2 with a tie, to win the J. Ross Robertson Cup. In the eastern championship the Majors swept the Moncton Beavers. The Kitchener Rangers are a junior ice hockey team based in Kitchener, Ontario; in Canada a junior team is one for players aged 15 to 20. ...


The 1961 Memorial Cup finals were played in the old Edmonton Gardens, with St. Michael's dominating the first two games. Toronto won the first game 4 to 0 backed by a shutout performance of goalie Gerry Cheevers. The Majors won the second game 4 to 1, with Cheevers coming within 6 minutes and 35 seconds of two consecutive shutouts. Game three was a much closer affair with Toronto holding on to win 4 to 2. Edmonton would not go down easily winning the next two games, in two grueling matches by scores of 5 to 4, and 4 to 2. St. Michael's would make history in game six, winning 4 to 2 and capturing their fourth Memorial Cup title, which stood at the record until broken by the Toronto Marlboros. Categories: Stub | Ontario Hockey League ...


Majors cease operations

The 1961 Memorial Cup victory was the end of the line for the Majors in the OHA circuit. Participation was seen in an increasingly negative light by the school's administration because of the circuit's relentless grind, escalating travel, physical play, and the junior league being operated in a manner similar to the NHL.


Father David Bauer sent to letter to Conn Smythe during the 1960-61 season which stated: David Bauer For other men with the same name, see David Bauer David Bauer, commonly known as Father David Bauer OC , CSB (November 2, 1924 – November 9, 1988), a native of Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario was a professional hockey player, builder, and hockey pioneer. ... Constantine Falkland Kerry Smythe (b. ...

"My opinion is that sooner or later, they (the college) will see fit to discontinue the Junior A series because of its growing professionalism, its long schedule and rough play which so often results in unfavourable publicity difficult for the educational institution to handle gracefully."

Conn Smythe and the Toronto Maple Leafs wanted to keep the St. Michael's team in operation as a source of players, and then created the Metro Junior A League to help alleviate the college's concerns. The Toronto Maple Leafs are a professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ... The Metro Junior A ice hockey league was created in 1961 by Toronto Maple Leafs owner Stafford Smythe in an attempt to rival the OHA. The Toronto Marlboros, who were also owned by the Leafs, were withdrawn from the OHA and placed in a league with promoted Junior B teams...


The St. Michael's team finished in first place in the Metro Junior A league, and competed for the J. Ross Robertson Cup again in 1962. Coached by Ted Flanagan, the team lost in the Cup finals to the Hamilton Red Wings. The J. Ross Robertson Cup is hockey trophy awarded annually to the winner of Ontario Hockey League Championship Series. ... // The Hamilton Red Wingss were a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey Association from 1960 to 1974. ...


Despite being the league champions in he 1961-62 season, St. Michael's discontinued its program altogether, and the team was relocated to Neil McNeil Catholic High School in Scarborough, Ontario, becoming the Toronto Neil McNeil Maroons. Father Bauer chose to pursue building a university-educated Canadian National team instead. Neil McNeil High School is a Catholic secondary school in Scarborough, Ontario that operated a junior ice hockey team in the Metro Junior A League for one season in 1962-63. ...


Modern Era

The modern era of the St. Michael's Majors began on August 15, 1996 when the College was admitted to the OHL as an expansion team. Players would no longer be required to attend St. Michael's College School in Toronto, although some do. The team would also take part each year in the "Priority Selection" drafting new players, as opposed to relying on the student body for recruits. August 15 is the 227th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (228th in leap years), with 138 days remaining. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... St. ...


Originally owned by St. Michael's College School, the team is now owned by Eugene Melnyk, who is the current owner of the Ottawa Senators and CEO of Biovail Corporation. Melnyk has pursued several deals to get a new arena for his team, but none have come to fruitition. One of Melnyk's foiled plans included purchasing Maple Leaf Gardens. Eugene Melnyk Eugene Melnyk (born May 27, 1959 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian businessman who now resides in Barbados. ... The Ottawa Senators (French: ) are a professional ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Ontario. ... Biovail TSX: BVF NYSE: BVF is Canadas largest pharmaceutical company, operating internationally in all aspects of pharmaceutical products. ... Maple Leaf Gardens, 2006 Exterior signage as of 2006, with letters missing Maple Leaf Gardens was an indoor arena in Toronto, on the northwest corner of Carlton Street and Church Street. ...

Justin Peters scores a goal.

After missing the playoffs in each of their first three seasons, the Majors made breakthroughs in their fourth season. Toronto reached the conference finals four consecutive years from 2001 to 2004. Their closest point to reaching the league finals was in 2003, leading 3 games to 2 versus the Ottawa 67's and losing game six on home ice in overtime. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... The Ottawa 67s celebrate a playoff victory The Ottawa 67’s are a junior ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Canada. ...


The Majors played on the smallest ice surface in the OHL, which tended to have a higher average of shots on goal per game than other arenas. Fittingly, the Majors have produced several noted goaltenders in their recent history, including Peter Budaj and Andy Chiodo. Peter Budaj, #31 (born September 18, 1982 in Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia) is a Slovak ice hockey goaltender currently (2006) with the Colorado Avalanche of the NHL. Peter Budaj was drafted by the Avalanche in 2001, as the first pick for the Avalanche (63rd overall). ...


St. Michael's currently has strong rivalries with the now relocated Niagara IceDogs and Brampton Battalion, the latter also being in the GTA and a short drive down the street. Mississauga IceDogs face off at home in overtime. ... City: Brampton, Ontario League: Ontario Hockey League Conference: Eastern Division: Central Founded: December 3, 1996 Home Arena: Powerade Centre Colours: Olive, Yellow, Black, White Head Coach: Stan Butler General Manager: Stan Butler The Barrie Colts applying pressure at the Brampton Battalion net, while visiting the Powerade Centre. ... GTA stands for a number of things: Greater Toronto Area, the metropolitan area of Toronto Grand Theft Auto Main disambiguation: Grand Theft Auto Motor vehicle theft, a crime in several jurisdictions Grand Theft Auto (series), a computer and video game series Grand Theft Auto (movie), 1977 directorial debut of Ron...


On July 12, 2006, Eugene Melnyk bought the Mississauga IceDogs. After the 2006-07 season, Melnyk sold the IceDogs to Bill Burke, and moved the Majors to the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. [2] [3] The IceDogs, in turn, will be moving to Jack Gatecliff Arena in St. Catharines, Ontario and be known as the Niagara IceDogs.[4] July 12 is the 193rd day of the year (194th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... The Hershey Centre located in Mississauga, Ontario, is the home arena of the OHL team Mississauga Ice Dogs. ... The Jack Gatecliff Arena is the main arena in St. ... Nickname: The Garden City Motto: Industry and Liberality Location of St. ...


Championships

Memorial Cup The Memorial Cup is the championship trophy of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). ...

  • 1934 Champions vs. Edmonton Athletic Club
  • 1945 Champions vs. Moose Jaw Canucks
  • 1946 Finalists vs. Winnipeg Monarchs
  • 1947 Champions vs. Moose Jaw Canucks
  • 1961 Champions vs. Edmonton Oil Kings

George Richardson Memorial Trophy The George T. Richardson Memorial Trophy was presented annually from 1932 until 1972, by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Assocation (CAHA) to the Eastern Canadian Junior A Champions. ...

  • 1934 Champions vs. Charlottetown Abegweits
  • 1945 Champions vs. Montreal Royals
  • 1946 Champions vs. Montreal Junior Canadiens
  • 1947 Champions vs. Montreal Junior Canadiens
  • 1961 Champions vs. Moncton Beavers

Division titles

J. Ross Robertson Cup The Metro Junior A ice hockey league was created in 1961 by Toronto Maple Leafs owner Stafford Smythe in an attempt to rival the OHA. The Toronto Marlboros, who were also owned by the Leafs, were withdrawn from the OHA and placed in a league with promoted Junior B teams... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The J. Ross Robertson Cup is hockey trophy awarded annually to the winner of Ontario Hockey League Championship Series. ...

  • 1934 Champions vs. Stratford Midgets
  • 1937 Champions vs. Stratford Midgets
  • 1944 Finalists vs. Oshawa Generals
  • 1945 Champions vs. Galt Red Wings
  • 1946 Champions vs. Oshawa Generals
  • 1947 Champions vs. Galt Red Wings
  • 1953 Finalists vs. Barrie Flyers
  • 1959 Finalists vs. Peterborough Petes
  • 1960 Finalists vs. St. Catharines Teepees
  • 1961 Champions vs. Guelph Royals
  • 1962 Finalists vs. Hamilton Red Wings

Coaches

List of modern era coaches with multiple seasons in parentheses.

  • 1997-98 Mark Napier (2)
  • 1998-99 Mark Napier & Mike Futa
  • 1999-00 Mike Futa & Mark Osborne
  • 2000-04 Dave Cameron (5)
  • 2004-07 Bud Stefanski (3)
  • 2007-08 Dave Cameron (5)

Mark Napier (born January 28, 1957 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired former professional ice hockey player who played over a thousand professional games between the National Hockey League and World Hockey Association. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 1999-00. ...

Players

Award Winners

The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of Edward Powers. ... The Red Tilson Trophy is an annual award given to the most outstanding player in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of Edward Powers. ... The Red Tilson Trophy is an annual award given to the most outstanding player in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of Edward Powers. ... The Red Tilson Trophy is an annual award given to the most outstanding player in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Dave Pinkney Trophy is awarded to the goaltenders of the team that has the best team goals-against-average in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The William Hanley Trophy is awarded to the OHLs Most Sportsmanlike Player. ... The Jack Ferguson Award is awarded each year to the top draft pick in the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection Draft. ... The Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy is awarded each year to the best overage player in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The OHL Goaltender of the Year Award is given to the best goaltender in the Ontario Hockey League, as voted on by OHL coaches and general managers. ... The F.W. Dinty Moore Trophy is awarded annually to the first year goaltender with the best goals against average in the Ontario Hockey League during the regular season. ... The OHL Goaltender of the Year Award is given to the best goaltender in the Ontario Hockey League, as voted on by OHL coaches and general managers. ... The Bobby Smith Trophy is awarded annually to the OHL Scholastic Player of the Year who best combines high standards of play and academic excellence. ...

Honoured players

The St. Michael's Majors have not retired any numbers, but have honoured these people with banners in the rafters.

Robert Theodore Bobby Bauer (b. ... David Bauer For other men with the same name, see David Bauer David Bauer, commonly known as Father David Bauer OC , CSB (November 2, 1924 – November 9, 1988), a native of Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario was a professional hockey player, builder, and hockey pioneer. ... Gerald Michael Gerry Cheevers (born on December 7, 1940, in St. ... Early photo of Tim Horton. ... Ted Lindsay, born July 29, 1925 in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada, is a Hockey Hall of Fame player. ... The Honourable Francis William Mahovlich, CM , LL.D (born January 10, 1938 in Timmins, Ontario) is a Canadian Senator, and formerly a talented NHL ice hockey player. ...

NHL Alumni

Hockey Hall of Fame inductees listed in bold type. Hockey Hall of Fame logo The Hockey Hall of Fame, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is dedicated to the history of ice hockey with exhibits featuring memorabilia and NHL trophies (including the Stanley Cup) along with interactive activities. ...


Original Era Majors (1906 to 1962)

Modern Era Majors (1997 to present) Lou Angotti (born on January 16, 1938 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player. ... Larry Aurie (February 8, 1905 in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada – Died - December 11, 1952) was a Canadian professional ice hockey Right Winger who played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Cougars, Detroit Falcons and Detroit Red Wings // Aurie was known for his goal-scoring achievements and for... Robert Theodore Bobby Bauer (b. ... David Bauer For other men with the same name, see David Bauer David Bauer, commonly known as Father David Bauer OC , CSB (November 2, 1924 – November 9, 1988), a native of Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario was a professional hockey player, builder, and hockey pioneer. ... Frank Bennett is an Australian jazz singer whose name is allegedly formed from Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. ... Turk Broda. ... Arnold Arnie Brown (born January 28, 1942 in Oshawa, Ontario) was a defenceman in the National Hockey League with the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, New York Islanders, and Atlanta Flames. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 1999-00. ... Edward Chadwick (born May 8, 1933 in Fergus, Ontario) is a retired Canadian ice hockey goalie who played in the National Hockey League during the Original Six era for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins. ... Gerald Michael Gerry Cheevers (born on December 7, 1940, in St. ... Terry Clancy (born April 2, 1943 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 93 games in the National Hockey League. ... Michael Charles Corbett (October 4, 1942, Toronto, Ontario-January 9, 2003, Burlington, Ontario) was a professional hockey player. ... Norman Norm Corcoran (born August 15, 1931 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired a Canadian ice hockey forward. ... Fr. ... Murray Costello (born February 24, 1934, South Porcupine, Ontario) was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2005 as a builder. ... Jack Crawford (born October 26, 1916 in Dublin, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman. ... William Patrick Bill Dineen (born September 18, 1932 in Arvida, Quebec) is a retired professional ice hockey player and head coach. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 1999-00. ... David Dryden (born September 5, 1941 in Hamilton, Ontario) was a Canadian ice hockey goaltender. ... Dick Duff (February 18, 1936 in Kirkland Lake, Ontario was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers in the National Hockey League. ... Reggie Stephen The Ruffian Fleming, (born April 21, 1936 in Montreal, Quebec) was a forward and defenceman in the National Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks, Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Buffalo Sabres, and Philadelphia Flyers. ... Leo Gravelle (born June 10, 1925 in Aylmer, Quebec) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 223 games in the National Hockey League. ... Reg Hamilton (born April 20, 1914 in Toronto, Ontario - died June 12, 1991) was a Canadian ice hockey defenceman. ... Gord Hannigan (b. ... Pat Hannigan (born March 5, 1936 in Timmins, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 182 games in the National Hockey League. ... Edward Hardy Ted Harrison (1926–) is a Canadian artist notable for his paintings of the Yukon. ... Early photo of Tim Horton. ... Arthur Morris Art Jackson (December 15, 1915 – May 15, 1971) was a National Hockey League (NHL) player and the brother of Hockey Hall of Famer Harvey Busher Jackson. ... Harold Jackson (born August 1, 1918 in Cedar Springs, Ontario- died January 1, 1997) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 219 games in the National Hockey League. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 2000-01. ... Larry Keenan (born October 1, 1940, in North Bay, Ontario) is a former professional ice hockey left wing. ... 1967: Kelly,right,with Frank Mahovlich and Torontos last Stanley Cup Leonard Patrick Red Kelly, CM (born 9 July 1927 in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada) is a former hockey player in the NHL. A solid, playmaking defenceman, he joined the Detroit Red Wings in 1947. ... David Michael Keon (born March 22, 1940 in Noranda, Quebec), is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey centre. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 1999-00. ... Leonard Gerald Leo The Lion Labine (July 22, 1931–February 25, 2005) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. ... Ted Lindsay, born July 29, 1925 in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada, is a Hockey Hall of Fame player. ... Fleming Mackell (born April 30, 1929 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey forward. ... Barry MacKenzie (born August 16, 1941 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ) is a retired ice hockey player. ... The Honourable Francis William Mahovlich, CM , LL.D (born January 10, 1938 in Timmins, Ontario) is a Canadian Senator, and formerly a talented NHL ice hockey player. ... Cesare Maniago (Born January 13, 1939 in Trail, British Columbia) was a National Hockey League goaltender who played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and Vancouver Canucks. ... Jean Marois is a French-Canadian painter and writer currently living in Montréal. ... Willie Marshall (born December 1, 1931 in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey forward. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 1999-00. ... John McCormack (born August 25, 1925 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a retired a Canadian ice hockey centre. ... John McLellan (August 6, 1928 – October 27, 1979) was a Canadian professional hockey player and coach in the National Hockey League. ... Donald Maurice Metz (born January 10, 1916 in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey right wing who played seven seasons (and won five Stanley Cups) with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League during the 1940s. ... Nicholas John Metz (born February 16, 1914 in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, Canada - died August 24, 1990) was a professional ice hockey winger who played twelve seasons in the National Hockey League, all for the Toronto Maple Leafs. ... Rudy Migay (born November 18, 1928 in Port Arthur, Ontario) is a retired a Canadian ice hockey forward. ... Angus Gerald Gus Mortson (Born January 24, 1925 in New Liskeard, Ontario) is a former NHL Defenceman. ... Reg Noble (June 23, 1895 in Collingwood, Ontario - January 19, 1962) was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Maroons and Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League. ... John Peanuts OFlaherty (born April 10, 1918 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 21 games in the National Hockey League. ... Tom ONeill (born September 28, 1923 in Deseronto, Ontario) was a professional ice hockey player who played 66 games in the National Hockey League. ... Gerry Odrowski (born October 4, 1938) was an ice hockey player in the National Hockey League. ... Noel Price (born December 9, 1935 in Brockville, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman. ... Joe Primeau (born January 29, 1906 in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada), was a professional ice hockey player. ... Frank Rankin (April 1, 1889 in Stratford, Ontario - July 23, 1932) was a Canadian professional ice hockey rover who played for the Eaton Athletic Association and Toronto St. ... Marc Reaume (born February 7, 1934 in LaSalle, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 344 games in the National Hockey League. ... This is a list of ice hockey players who have only played one game in the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1917-18 to 1999-00. ... Dr. Philip Lawrence Samis (Born in 1928 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a former NHL defenceman. ... Ed Sandford (born August 28, 1928 in New Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey forward. ... Rod Albert Seiling (born November 14, 1944 in Elmira, Ontario) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenseman. ... Tod Aloysius Martin Sloan (born November 30, 1927 in Vinton, Quebec, Canada) is a retired Canadian ice hockey forward. ... Gary Smith, a former professional ice hockey player, was born in Ottawa, Ontario on February 4, 1944. ... Jimmy Richard Thomson was a NHL player and former captain of the the Toronto Maple Leafs. ... Dave Trottier ( born 1906 -- died November 13, 1956) was a Canadian hockey player who starred in the 1928 Olympic games and played in the National Hockey League. ... Forward Gene Ubriaco played four NHL seasons for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Oakland Seals, and Chicago Blackhawks, as well as a number of WHL, EPHL, and AHL seasons. ... Michael Robert Mike Walton (Born January 3, 1945 in Kirkland Lake, Ontario) is a former Professional hockey player in the NHL and the WHA. // Junior Hockey In 1963-64, Mike Walton joined the Toronto Marlboros of the OHL and immediately established himself as a top-flight offensive forward. ... Benny Francis Woit ( born January 7, 1928 in Fort William, Ontario) was a National Hockey League defenceman of the 1950s. ...

Ryan Barnes Ryan Barnes (born January 30, 1980, in Dunnville, Ontario), is a hockey player who most recently played seven games with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League while registering no points and nine penalty minutes. ... Darryl Bootland (born on November 2, 1981 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a National Hockey League Right Wing for the Detroit Red Wings. ... Peter Budaj, #31 (born September 18, 1982 in Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia) is a Slovak ice hockey goaltender currently (2006) with the Colorado Avalanche of the NHL. Peter Budaj was drafted by the Avalanche in 2001, as the first pick for the Avalanche (63rd overall). ... Andy Chiodo (born April 25, 1983, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Michael Mike Danton (born Michael Jefferson on October 21, 1980 in Brampton, Ontario, Canada) was a professional ice hockey player. ... Matt Ellis (born August 31, 1981, in Welland, Ontario, Canada) is a professional ice hockey left winger. ... Sheldon Keefe (born September 17, 1980 in Brampton, Ontario) is a professional ice hockey player who has played 125 NHL games for the Tampa Bay Lightning. ... Nathan McIver (born January 6, 1985) is a Canadian defenceman for the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. ... Shane OBrien (born August 9, 1983) is a Canadian defenceman for Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League. ... Mark Popovic (b. ... Charlie Esquire Stephens (born April 5, 1981 in London, Ontario) is a professional ice hockey player currently playing for the Binghamton Senators of the American Hockey League. ...

Team Records

Records from 1997 to present.

Career Records for individuals
Statistic Total Player
Games 262 Darryl Boyce
Goals 109 Darryl Bootland
Assists 142 Tim Brent
Points 234 Darryl Bootland
Penalty Minutes 519 Darryl Bootland
Wins 69 Justin Peters
Shutouts 9 Andy Chiodo
Individual records for a single season
Statistic Player Total Season
Most Goals Justin Donati 46 2005-06
Most Assists Justin Donati 63 2005-06
Most Points Justin Donati 109 2005-06
Most Penalty Mins Ryan Barnes 215 1998-99
Best GAA Peter Budaj 2.29 2001-2002
Best Save % Peter Budaj 0.922 2001-2002
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played




Yearly Results

Regular Season

  • 1941-61 Original OHA St. Michael's Majors
  • 1961-62 Metro Junior A team.
For 1962-63, see: Toronto Neil McNeil Maroons.

Legend: T = Tie (2004-05 & previous), SL = Shoot Out Loss (2005-06 & onward) Neil McNeil High School is a Catholic secondary school in Scarborough, Ontario that operated a junior ice hockey team in the Metro Junior A League for one season in 1962-63. ...

Season Games Won Lost T/SL OTL Points Pct % Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
1937-38 12 7 5 0 - 14 0.583 52 38 3rd OHA
1938-39 14 10 4 0 - 20 0.714 70 43 1st Group 1
1941-42 24 10 14 0 - 20 0.417 66 120 6th OHA
1942-43 21 9 11 1 - 23 0.450 92 99 5th OHA
1943-44 25 21 4 0 - 44 0.840 169 69 2nd Group 1
1944-45 19 18 1 0 - 36 0.947 174 54 1st OHA
1945-46 28 26 2 0 - 52 0.929 199 54 1st OHA
1946-47 36 33 3 0 - 66 0.917 234 59 1st OHA
1947-48 32 6 26 0 - 16 0.188 76 135 9th OHA
1948-49 48 13 31 4 - 30 0.312 96 128 8th OHA
1949-50 48 19 26 3 - 41 0.427 164 213 6th OHA
1950-51 54 16 31 7 - 39 0.361 189 244 9th OHA
1951-52 53 30 20 3 - 63 0.594 227 188 4th OHA
1952-53 56 31 18 7 - 69 0.616 238 181 3rd OHA
1953-54 59 30 26 3 - 63 0.534 246 211 4th OHA
1954-55 49 26 19 4 - 56 0.571 171 151 4th OHA
1955-56 48 22 23 3 - 47 0.490 181 197 5th OHA
1956-57 52 23 24 5 - 51 0.490 195 189 4th OHA
1957-58 52 23 22 7 - 53 0.510 176 189 3rd OHA
1958-59 48 19 24 5 - 51 0.448 149 159 4th OHA
1959-60 48 23 19 6 - 52 0.542 149 150 4th OHA
1960-61 48 26 16 6 - 58 0.604 160 160 2nd OHA
1961-62 33 25 7 1 - 55 0.773 170 91 1st Metro Jr.A
1997-98 66 15 42 9 - 39 0.295 154 265 6th Eastern
1998-99 68 20 42 6 - 46 0.338 214 316 4th Central
1999-00 68 18 44 2 4 42 0.279 203 281 4th Central
2000-01 68 35 23 8 2 80 0.574 213 188 2nd Central
2001-02 68 40 19 8 1 89 0.647 230 177 1st Central
2002-03 68 32 24 7 5 76 0.522 207 214 2nd Central
2003-04 68 38 21 7 2 85 0.610 210 187 1st Central
2004-05 68 29 30 6 3 67 0.471 177 202 5th Central
2005-06 68 32 26 6 4 74 0.544 259 285 4th Central
2006-07 68 20 41 4 3 47 0.346 225 325 5th Central

The 1997-98 OHL season was the 18th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1998-99 OHL season was the 19th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1999-00 OHL season was the 20th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2000-01 OHL season was the 21st season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2001-02 OHL season was the 22nd season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2002-03 OHL season was the 23rd season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2003-04 OHL season was the 24th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2004-05 OHL season was the 25th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2005-06 OHL season was the 26th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2006-07 OHL season will be the 27th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ...

Playoffs

  • 1997-98 Out of playoffs.
  • 1998-99 Out of playoffs.
  • 1999-00 Out of playoffs.
  • 2000-01 Defeated Peterborough Petes 4 games to 3 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Ottawa 67's 4 games to 0 in conference finals.
  • 2001-02 Defeated North Bay Centennials 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Ottawa 67's 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Barrie Colts 4 games to 0 in conference finals.
  • 2002-03 Defeated Belleville Bulls 4 games to 3 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Brampton Battalion 4 games to 1 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Ottawa 67's 4 games to 3 in conference finals.
  • 2003-04 Defeated Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 3 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Brampton Battalion 4 games to 1 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Mississauga IceDogs 4 games to 2 in conference finals.
  • 2004-05 Defeated Mississauga IceDogs 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to Peterborough Petes 4 games to 1 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2005-06 Lost to Barrie Colts 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2006-07 Out of playoffs.

Uniforms & Logos

The primary logo for the Majors displays "St. Michael's" written in handwriting, with a Majors underscore written in light blue. The Toronto St. Michael's Majors colours are light blue, navy blue & white. The Majors hockeysuniforms feature a different logo, a large letter "M" on the front, with the school crest (inset right) on the upper left chest, and the St. Michael's cloverleaf patch on the shoulders. Image File history File links Pi Alpha Phi Crest File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... For other uses, see Blue (disambiguation) Blue is one of the three primary additive colors; blue light has the shortest wavelength range (about 420–490 nanometers) of the three additive primary colors. ... Navy blue is an especially dark shade of the color blue. ... A white rose. ...


Home uniforms have a white background, navy blue shoulders and arms, with light blue trim. Road uniforms have a light blue background, with navy blue shoulders, and white trim. The Majors have also used a third jersey with a stylized "M" on the front, and without the navy blue shoulders.


To celebrate the Majors 10th season back in the league, the team launched a new 3rd jeresy with the shoulder coverleaf logo on the front. the jeresy is also baby blue in colour.


A new logo was launched as part of the move to Mississauga in June 2007.


Arenas

The Mississauga St. Michaels Majors play home games at the Hershey Centre in northeast Mississauga, near the junction of Highway 401 & Highway 403. The Hershey Centre hosted the OHL All-Star Game in 2000. Majors pregame warm-up. ... The Hershey Centre located in Mississauga, Ontario, is the home arena of the OHL team Mississauga Ice Dogs. ...


Capacity = 5,420 Ice Size = 200' x 85' Hershey Centre - The OHL Arena & Travel Guide


Former Arenas

St. Michael's Arena

The St. Michael's Majors previously played at the school-owned St. Michael's College School Arena. The arena is located in uptown Toronto near the intersection of Bathurst Street and St. Clair Avenue behind St. Michael's College School. The college arena is by far the smallest in the Ontario Hockey League in terms of both ice size and seating. The arena is also home to the St. Michael's Buzzers of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 800 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (1600 × 1200 pixel, file size: 593 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) self taken photo I, the creator of this work, hereby release it into the public domain. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 800 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (1600 × 1200 pixel, file size: 593 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) self taken photo I, the creator of this work, hereby release it into the public domain. ... The St. ... Bathurst Street is a north-south thoroughfare in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada and into York Region. ... St. ... St. ... The St. ... The Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League is a Tier II Junior A ice hockey league under the supervision of the Ontario Hockey Association and the Canadian Junior A Hockey League. ...

Capacity = 1,617
Ice Size = 180' x 80'
  • St Michael's College Arena - The OHL Arena & Travel Guide


The St. Michael's Majors previously played at Maple Leaf Gardens for their first three seasons from 1997 to 2000. The original Majors also played at Maple Leaf Gardens from its construction in 1931 to their folding in the early 1960's. When the Gardens was finally scheduled to close a year after the last Toronto Maple Leafs game, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment evicted the Majors, who moved to the arena on the college campus, in spite of the fact that the major junior team had only played there rarely before. Maple Leaf Gardens, 2006 Exterior signage as of 2006, with letters missing Maple Leaf Gardens was an indoor arena in Toronto, on the northwest corner of Carlton Street and Church Street. ... The Toronto Maple Leafs are a professional ice hockey team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ... Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) are the owners and operators of the Toronto Maple Leafs National Hockey League hockey team and the Toronto Raptors National Basketball Association team in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ...

  • Maple Leaf Gardens - The OHL Arena & Travel Guide

The Majors also played selected home games during the 1999-00 season at the Air Canada Centre vs the Mississauga IceDogs and Brampton Battalion, and also an inter-league game versus the Montreal Rocket. North Entrance Atrium View from CN Tower The Air Canada Centre, often referred to simply as The ACC, is a multi-purpose arena located on Bay Street in downtown Toronto, Ontario. ... The Montreal Rocket were a major junior hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for four seasons from 1999 to 2003, based out of Montreal, Quebec. ...


In 2003/2004 and 2006/2007 seasons, the Majors played two home games vs the Ottawa 67's at Scotiabank Place in Kanata, Ontario. This arose from the common ownership between the St. Michael's Majors and the Ottawa Senators by Eugene Melnyk. Scotiabank Place (Place Banque Scotia in French), formerly the Corel Centre, is an arena in Ottawa, Ontario and home to the NHLs Ottawa Senators. ... Looking north along Kanatas March Road Kanata is a suburban area in the western part of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. ... The Ottawa Senators (French: ) are a professional ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Ontario. ... Eugene Melnyk Eugene Melnyk (born May 27, 1959 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian businessman who now resides in Barbados. ...


See also

St. ... The Brennan Hall complex at St. ... The following is a list of ice hockey teams in Ontario, past and present. ...

External links

  • St. Michael's Majors Official web site
  • St. Michael's College School Official web site
  • Ontario Hockey League Official web site
  • Canadian Hockey League Official web site
  • Majors Boosters Official Booster Club
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