Jr Hockey Talk monthly returns with your May Championship addition. There is plenty up for grabs as the Centennial cup is nearly set..

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The OJHL Buckland Cup was hoisted in Collingwood, Ontario by the hometown Collingwood Blues. Winning their first league championship in franchise history, and now heading to portage to battle for the National Title and the Centennial Cup.

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The SIJHL Bill Salonen Cup was taken by the Kam River Walleye taking the SIJHL Championship. The Walleye beat out Thunder Bay for the title.

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The CCHL Bogart Cup goes to the Ottawa Jr Senators. The Jr Sens book their ticket to Portage to battle for the Centennial Cup.

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The NOJHL Champion for the first time since 1995 the Timmins Rock emerge as the NOJHL Champions.

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The Centennial Cup is set with the battle for the National Jr A Title is up for grabs.

The PJHL Schamlz Cup is down to the final four teams as they battle for the Jr C title. The four teams include the Wellesley Applejacks, Lakeshore Canadians, Stayner Siskins, Clarington Eagles.

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