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The 1991–92 OHL season was the 12th season of the Ontario Hockey League. Sixteen teams each played 66 games. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds won the J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the North Bay Centennials. The Dukes of Hamilton become the Guelph Storm.

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Regular season

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Final standings

Leyden Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
Peterborough Petes 66 41 18 7 89 319 256
North Bay Centennials 66 40 21 5 85 323 259
Cornwall Royals 66 38 22 6 82 328 289
Sudbury Wolves 66 33 27 6 72 331 320
Oshawa Generals 66 31 26 9 71 274 273
Ottawa 67's 66 32 30 4 68 280 251
Belleville Bulls 66 27 27 12 66 314 293
Kingston Frontenacs 66 16 44 6 38 241 316
Emms Division GP W L T Pts GF GA
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 66 41 19 6 88 335 229
Niagara Falls Thunder 66 39 23 4 82 307 254
London Knights 66 37 25 4 78 310 280
Kitchener Rangers 66 29 30 7 65 283 282
Windsor Spitfires 66 25 33 8 58 272 316
Owen Sound Platers 66 23 41 2 48 260 315
Detroit Compuware Ambassadors 66 23 42 1 47 279 353
Guelph Storm 66 4 51 11 19 235 425

Scoring leaders

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Todd Simon Niagara Falls Thunder 66 53 93 146 70
Bob Seguin Ottawa 67's 64 34 100 134 70
John Spoltore North Bay Centennials 66 47 84 131 31
Darren McCarty Belleville Bulls 65 55 72 127 177
Chris Taylor London Knights 66 48 74 122 57
Brent Gretzky Belleville Bulls 62 43 78 121 37
Ralph Intranuovo Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 65 50 63 113 44
Jake Grimes Belleville Bulls 66 44 69 113 18
Colin Miller Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 66 37 73 110 52
Jason Dawe Peterborough Petes 66 53 55 108 55

OHL Playoffs

  Division Quarter-Finals Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Finals
                                     
L1  Peterborough bye  
        
  L1  Peterborough 4  
    L6  Ottawa 1  
L3  Cornwall 2
L6  Ottawa 4  
  L1  Peterborough 1  
  L2  North Bay 4  
L4  Sudbury 4  
L5  Oshawa 3  
  L4  Sudbury 0
    L2  North Bay 4  
L7  Belleville 1
L2  North Bay 4  
  L2  North Bay 3
  E1  S.S. Marie 4
E1  S.S. Marie bye  
        
  E1  S.S. Marie 4
    E4  Kitchener 3  
E4  Kitchener 4
E5  Windsor 3  
  E1  S.S. Marie 4
  E2  Niagara Falls 1  
E3  London 4  
E6  Owen Sound 1  
  E3  London 1
    E2  Niagara Falls 4  
E7  Detroit 3
E2  Niagara Falls 4  

OHL awards

J. Ross Robertson Cup: Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Hamilton Spectator Trophy: Peterborough Petes
Red Tilson Trophy: Todd Simon, Niagara Falls Thunder
Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy: Todd Simon, Niagara Falls Thunder
Matt Leyden Trophy: George Burnett, Niagara Falls Thunder
Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy: Darren McCarty, Belleville Bulls
Max Kaminsky Trophy: Drake Berehowsky, North Bay Centennials
OHL Goaltender of the Year: Mike Fountain, Oshawa Generals
Jack Ferguson Award: Jeff O'Neill, Guelph Storm
Dave Pinkney Trophy: Kevin Hodson, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
OHL Executive of the Year: Bert Templeton, North Bay Centennials
Emms Family Award: Chris Gratton, Kingston Frontenacs
F.W. 'Dinty' Moore Trophy: Sandy Allan, North Bay Centennials
William Hanley Trophy: John Spoltore, North Bay Centennials
Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy: John Spoltore, North Bay Centennials
Bobby Smith Trophy: Nathan LaFayette, Cornwall Royals

See also

References

Preceded by
1990–91 OHL season
OHL seasons Succeeded by
1992–93 OHL season

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