CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO | AUGUST 23rd, 2021 – The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL) unveiled its 2021-22 regular season schedule today, including announcing dates and hosts for its Special Events.
After 561 days since the last meaningful game played on March 12th, 2020, the GOJHL will see its return September 24th with seven games slated for opening night. The 625-game schedule will see all 25 GOJHL clubs complete a 50-game season.
The Buffalo Regals resigned from their participation in the GOJHL, while the Siskins, rebranded as Kitchener-Waterloo (KW) get their season underway in Caledon, where the Bombers have moved North from Brampton. Relocated to Ayr, the former Kitchener Dutchmen, will see their first GOJHL action as the Centennials on Sunday, September 26th as they visit Elmira. The Centennials will then make their home debut on Thursday, September 30th vs. Listowel at the North Dumfries Community Complex.
The KW Siskins will host the GOJHL’s Top Prospects / Future Stars event at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex in late December. The GOJHL Showcase will return to the Meridian Community Centre in Pelham in 2022, from Friday, January 21st to Sunday, January 23rd. Each club will play two games in front of OHL, U SPORTS, NCAA and NHL scouts.
The 2021-22 regular season will conclude on Sunday, March 13th with the top eight clubs from each Conference advancing to the post-season.
Opening Night Friday, September 24th, 2021
GOJHL Top Prospects / Future Stars December 28th or 29th, 2021 (Waterloo, ON)
GOJHL Showcase January 21st – 23rd, 2022 (Pelham, ON)
Regular Season End Sunday, March 13th, 2022
GOJHL Playoffs Start Wednesday, March 16th, 2022
The entire 2021-22 GOJHL regular season schedule can be found here.
For more information, visit https://www.gojhl.ca/.
ABOUT THE GREATER ONTARIO JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE (GOJHL)
The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League is a Canadian junior ice hockey league based in Southern Ontario, Canada. The league is sanctioned by the Ontario Hockey Association, Ontario Hockey Federation, and Hockey Canada.