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Cochrane’s Cross captures NOJHL scoring title

NORTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE

NOJHL NETWORK MEDIA UPDATE

Release Date: Thursday, March 9, 2017

Cochrane’s Cross captures NOJHL scoring title

SUDBURY, Ont. – The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League announced Thursday that Cochrane Crunch forward Braeden Cross has captured the Jimmy Connors Memorial Trophy, emblematic of the NOJHL’s regular season scoring champion.

In the final league regular season statistics, Cross paced all NOJHL skaters in offensive production with 82 points after scoring 37 goals and supplying 45 assists.

The Sechelt, B.C., product, who is in his final year of junior hockey, was earlier named a league CCM Hockey second team all-star at left wing.

Earlier this season Cross participated at the Eastern Canada Challenge Cup in Cornwall, Ont., as a member of Team NOJHL.

The following is the list of all-time NOJHL Jimmy Connors Memorial Trophy league regular season scoring champions:

SEASON LEADING SCORER TEAM PTS
2016-17 Braeden Cross Cochrane Crunch 82
2015-16 Brayden Stortz Kirkland Lake Gold Miners 100
2014-15 Steve Harland Powassan Voodoos 95
2013-14 Gavin Burbach Soo Thunderbirds 87
2012-13 Sebastien Leroux Sudbury Nickel Barons 82
2011-12 Jordan Carroll Sudbury Cubs 136
2010-11 Andre Leclair Temiscaming Royals 95
2009-10 Felix Boutin Abitibi Eskimos 99
2008-09 Dustin Fummerton North Bay Skyhawks 83
2007-08 Scott Restoule Sudbury Jr. Wolves 85
2006-07 Scott Restoule Sudbury Jr. Wolves 80
2005-06 Brian McGarry Sudbury Northern Wolves 109
2004-05 Thomas Laplante Blind River Beavers 80
2003-04 Brian McGarry# Sudbury Northern Wolves 86
2003-04 Matt Tremblay# Abitibi Eskimos 86
2002-03 Jeff Rainville Soo Thunderbirds 110
2001-02 Mike Vaillancourt Rayside Balfour Sabrecats 118
2000-01 Ryan Corcoran Soo Thunderbirds 86
1999-2000 Mike Corneau Rayside Balfour Sabrecats 95
1998-99 Marc Bouffard Sturgeon Falls Lynx 82
1997-98 Matt Falcioni Rayside Balfour Sabrecats 83
1996-97 Darryl Moxam Rayside Balfour Sabrecats 100
1995-96 Jeff Boulanger Sturgeon Falls Lynx 82
1994-95 Andrew Bain Timmins Golden Bears 105
1993-94 Jean-Guy Trudel Rouyn-Noranda Capitales 94
1992-93 Derek McNair Timmins Golden Bears 115
1991-92 Jon Stos Rayside Balfour Canadians 173
1990-91 Willie McGarvey Sudbury Cubs 80
1989-90 Shawn Dubois Sudbury Cubs 95
1988-89 Shawn Dubois Elliot Lake Vikings 122
1987-88 Todd Vaillancourt Rayside Balfour Canadians 122
1986-87 Lyle Wildgoose Nickel Centre Power Trains 110
1985-86 Alain Cormier# Rayside Balfour Canadians 116
1985-86 Andy Cluett# Onaping Falls Huskies 116
1984-85 Jasmin Breton Rayside Balfour Canadians 131
1983-84 Denis Castonguay Rayside Balfour Canadians 196
1982-83 Denis Castonguay Rayside Balfour Canadians 143
1981-82 Larry Wasylishyn Elliot Lake Vikings 110
1980-81 Brian Oikle Onaping Falls Huskies 110
1979-80 Perry Cuomo Onaping Falls Huskies 119
1978-79 Tim Boyer Nickel Centre Native Sons 110
1977-78 No League N/L N/A
1976-77 No League N/L N/A
1975-76 No League N/L N/A
1974-75 No League N/L N/A
1973-74 No League N/L N/A
1972-73 No League N/L N/A
1971-72 Mike Zuke Soo Greyhounds 96
1970-71 Al Blanchard# Sudbury Wolves 113
1970-71 Al Hamill# Sudbury Wolves 113
1969-70 Ed Bumbacco Soo Greyhounds 119
1968-69 Ron Guzzo Soo Greyhounds 96
1967-68 Lloyd Bentley Soo Greyhounds 71
1966-67 Bob Tombari Soo Greyhounds 122
1965-66 Marty Reynolds North Bay Trappers 98
1964-65 Marty Reynolds North Bay Trappers 113
1963-64 Bob Leduc Sudbury Wolves 95
1962-63 Ron Allain Espanola Eagles 77

#-denotes co-winner

With files from NOJHL statistician and historian David Harrison

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