Archive for April 28, 2014

2014 Spring Evaluation Camp Details

logo100The Spring Evaluation Camp , 2014 version, for the Uxbridge Bruins Jr. Hockey Club will be held at the  .

Uxbridge Arena ( 291 Brock St. West , Uxbridge ) on :

Fri. May 23   7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Sat. May 24  11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sun. May 25 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

All Players will be guaranteed 3 on-ice sessions , more details sent when registration is received.

Cost for camp is $ 120.00 & includes ice, camp jersey & refreshments

Click on Player Profile Link , complete & return as directed, & follow directions for online payment details (Pay Pal Available April 16/14).

All players must submit proper permission to skate (PTS) forms from last year’s team / organization.

Any questions , especially concerning PTS forms since no Junior team in Durham Region kept their Home Centre as their Club System ( other than the Uxbridge Bruins ), please contact either of the following :

G.M. – Ron Archibald at or 416-580-1630

Coach – Geoff Hodgkinson at Or 647-466-0691

Congratulations to our Central Reps Lakefield Chiefs!

Clarence_Schmalz_CupLakefield sweeps the Essex 73’s to win the Schmalz Cup with a 6-2 win in game 4. Congratulations Lakefield!

Welcome NORTH KAWARTHA KNIGHTS TO The Central Ontario Hockey League Of The OHA!

OHAThe Uxbridge Bruins welcome the North Kawartha Knights to the Central Hockey league.

Courtesy of the OHA CAMBRIDGE, ON – The Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) and the Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League (COJHL) are pleased to announce they’ve accepted the North Kawartha Knights as a New Member for the upcoming 2014-15 season.

At the April 16th OHA Board Meeting, along with the support of the COJHL, the Board approved the new application.

Beginning next season the Junior C (Development 2) team known as the “North Kawartha Knights”, will play out of the North Kawartha Community Centre.

“The group involved in the proposal did a great job in getting an OHA franchise in the community of North Kawartha,” said OHA Chief Executive Officer Scott Farley. “The community of North Kawartha is rich with hockey and sporting history and we look forward to working with this new group next season.”

With so much to do in so little time, the ownership group in North Kawartha already considers a team playing in their community a big win.

“The entire North Kawartha Township is on cloud nine and very excited,” said Knights President Gordon McKenzie Crowe. “This is a dream come true for not just myself, but a lot of other local sports fans.”

Crowe added the team goal in this upcoming season is to stay competitive with the other teams they’ll be facing in the COJHL.

“We’ve pinpointed a lot of good local talent, we’ll need them to play hard for us against some really good hockey clubs we’re going to face on a consistent basis,” said Crowe.

The Knights enter next season as the 7th team in the COJHL.

“This is a very positive step in the right direction for the COJHL, the OHA and the community of North Kawartha,” said COJHL Chairman Trevor Tinney. “The town is great and the new arena is a perfect spot for an OHA team to play out of.”

Central Ontario Lakefield Chiefs Adavance!

Clarence_Schmalz_CupOur Central reps the Lakefield Chiefs advanced to the Schmalz Cup Finals Friday Apr.11th , defeating the Grimsby Peach Kings in 4 straight games. Lakefield will now play the Essex 73’s who most recently defeated the Wingham Ironmen in 5 games.

Click on the Schmalz Cup link on the Home page for the schedule and scores.

Good luck to the Chiefs from the Bruins!