Hamilton Spectator Trophy
OMJHL Regular Season Championship
The Hamilton Spectator Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the team that finishes the regular season with the best record.wikipedia
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In 2005–06, the team won their third consecutive Hamilton Spectator Trophy for winning the regular season title, but their run into the playoffs ended with a loss to Peterborough in the OHL final.
Kitchener finished in first place the next season (1966–67, 38-10-6), earning their first Hamilton Spectator Trophy in franchise history as regular season champions, but fell to the Toronto Marlboros in the semi-finals.
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This meant that the Colts would face the Plymouth Whalers, a team who had won the Hamilton Spectator Trophy for finishing first in the league.
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With the first overall record in the Ontario Hockey League the Spitfires were awarded the Hamilton Spectator Trophy.
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After the 2014–15 OHL season, the Greyhounds had taken the Hamilton Spectator Trophy while setting a franchise record in regular season points.
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Two years later in 1994, North Bay was on top of the league winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy.
After a very inconsistent start, the team improved to fall short of the London Knights by one point for the Hamilton Spectator Trophy.
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The TPT Petes claimed their first Hamilton Spectator Trophy during the 1965-66 season, but were eliminated from the playoffs.
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The Hamilton Spectator Trophy is awarded annually by the Ontario Hockey League to the team that finishes the regular season with the best record.