Leyden Trophy
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Leyden Trophy
Leyden Trophy
SportIce hockey
Given forRegular season champion, East division
History
First award1976
Most winsOttawa 67's (17)
Most recentOttawa 67's

The Leyden Trophy is awarded to the regular season champion of the East division in the Ontario Hockey League. The award was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Leyden division. The league realigned into three divisions for 1994-95, and the award has since been presented to the East Division.[1]

It is named in honour of Matt Leyden, a former president of the Ontario Hockey Association, and long-time general manager of the Oshawa Generals. Leyden established the Generals dynasty that won seven consecutive J. Ross Robertson Cups and three Memorial Cups between 1937 and 1944.[2][3]

Winners

List of winners of the Leyden Trophy.[1]

Season Team GP W L OTL SL Pts GF GA
2019-20 Ottawa 67's 62 50 11 0 1 101 296 165
2018-19 Ottawa 67's 68 50 12 4 2 106 296 183
2017-18 Hamilton Bulldogs 68 43 18 4 3 93 252 207
2016-17 Peterborough Petes 68 42 21 2 3 89 239 221
2015-16 Kingston Frontenacs 68 46 17 3 2 97 252 189
2014-15 Oshawa Generals 68 51 11 2 4 108 292 157
2013-14 Oshawa Generals 68 42 20 0 6 90 232 187
2012-13 Belleville Bulls 68 44 16 5 3 96 228 167
2011-12 Ottawa 67's 68 40 20 5 3 88 268 216
2010-11 Ottawa 67's 68 44 19 3 2 93 278 199
2009-10 Ottawa 67's 68 37 23 5 3 82 246 219
2008-09 Belleville Bulls 68 47 17 2 2 98 258 176
2007-08 Belleville Bulls 68 48 14 4 2 102 280 175
2006-07 Belleville Bulls 68 39 24 0 5 83 260 227
2005-06 Peterborough Petes 68 47 16 2 3 99 269 199
Season Team GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA
2004-05 Peterborough Petes 68 34 21 9 4 81 238 215
2003-04 Ottawa 67's 68 29 26 9 4 71 238 220
2002-03 Ottawa 67's 68 44 14 7 3 98 318 210
2001-02 Belleville Bulls 68 39 23 4 2 84 279 218
2000-01 Belleville Bulls 68 37 23 5 3 82 275 224
1999-2000 Ottawa 67's 68 43 20 4 1 91 269 189
1998-99 Ottawa 67's 68 48 13 7 -- 103 305 164
1997-98 Ottawa 67's 66 40 17 9 -- 89 286 172
1996-97 Ottawa 67's 66 49 11 6 -- 104 320 177
1995-96 Ottawa 67's 66 39 22 5 -- 83 258 200
1994-95 Kingston Frontenacs 66 40 19 7 -- 87 284 224
1993-94 North Bay Centennials 66 46 15 5 -- 97 351 226
1992-93 Peterborough Petes 66 46 15 5 -- 97 352 239
1991-92 Peterborough Petes 66 41 18 7 -- 89 319 256
1990-91 Oshawa Generals 66 47 13 6 -- 100 382 233
1989-90 Oshawa Generals 66 42 20 4 -- 88 334 244
1988-89 Peterborough Petes 66 42 22 2 -- 86 302 235
1987-88 Peterborough Petes 66 44 17 5 -- 93 323 212
1986-87 Oshawa Generals 66 49 14 3 -- 101 322 201
1985-86 Peterborough Petes 66 45 19 2 -- 92 298 190
1984-85 Peterborough Petes 66 42 20 4 -- 88 354 233
1983-84 Ottawa 67's 70 50 18 2 -- 102 347 223
1982-83 Ottawa 67's 70 46 21 3 -- 95 395 278
1981-82 Ottawa 67's 68 47 19 2 -- 96 353 248
1980-81 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 68 47 19 2 -- 96 412 290
1979-80 Peterborough Petes 68 47 20 1 -- 95 316 238
1978-79 Peterborough Petes 68 46 19 3 -- 95 341 245
1977-78 Ottawa 67's 68 43 18 7 -- 93 405 308
1976-77 Ottawa 67's 66 38 23 5 -- 81 348 288
1975-76 Sudbury Wolves 66 47 11 8 -- 102 384 224

References

  1. ^ a b Bell, Aaron (2017). 2017-18 OHL Media Information Guide (PDF). Scarborough, Ontario: Ontario Hockey League. pp. 144-159. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-02-17. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Lapp, Richard M.; Macaulay, Alec (1997), The Memorial Cup, Madeira Park, British Columbia: Harbour Publishing, pp. 61, 65-68, 74, 135, 143, ISBN 1-55017-170-4
  3. ^ Brown, Babe; Attersley, Bobby (1978), A History of the Oshawa Generals, One, Toronto, Ontario: Chimo, pp. 2, 38, ISBN 0-920344-07-0

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