Discussion in 'NCAA, U Sports, and other college' started by Hollywood3, Aug 28, 2010.
I got it working but it is weird it is not linked at the OUA hockey site.
The OUA redesigned their site last year, and removed all the externally-facing Leaguestat plugins. But simply Googling "OUA Leaguestat" will get you to the daily scoreboard and/or the standings archives.
That seems so odd. Why would they not want a service used? Te daily schedule is great because it has live updates and you can link to any game you want. I always have this on my phone for the CW when I am at a game even, since it serves as an out-of-town scoreboard.
Tell me about it - I still use it as my out-of-town scoreboard on my OUA.TV broadcasts. No idea why they steered away from it on their new site, other than to guess that they wanted everything to adhere to the same visuals.
OIAA, MCHL, and COHL
It seems that one of my annual summer projects is searching for new sources of stats/data/information on past years of CIS/US hockey.
First topic: the Ontario Intercollegiate Athletic Association (OIAA). The best source is Wikia: http://icehockey.wikia.com/wiki/Ontario_Intercollegiate_Athletic_Association
In brief: Ontario and Quebec had three separate conferences through 1970-71, after which they realigned along provincial lines. The conferences were:
1. CIAU (Central) which became the Quebec-Ontario Athletic Association (QOAA) in either 1953 or 1955. (Names were not branded then like they are now. Different sources give different dates. The QOAA is also sometimes called the Ontario-Quebec Athletic Association.)
2. Ottawa-St. Lawrence Conference (OSLC), sometimes also called Ottawa-St. Lawrence Athletic Association.
From 1971-72 onwards the Quebec teams went to the Quebec Universities Athletic Association (QUAA) and the Ontario teams went to the Ontario Universities Athletic Association (OUAA), except for RMC who spent some time in each.
The OIAA was a 2nd tier league and included the following:
Hamilton Institute of Technology (now part of Mohawk College)
Osgoode Hall Legalites (now part of York)
Waterloo Lutheran Golden Hawks (now renamed Laurier)
Western Ontario Institute of Technology (now part of St. Clair College)
The Ryerson Alumni Site claims that they won OIAA titles in 1959 and 1963. The OIAA Wikia Page has links to season standings for 1964-65 through 1970-71.
The Ryerson Wikia Page also links to claims at the Ryerson Alumni Site wherein they claim titles in the Minor College Hockey League (MCHL or MCL) in 1951-52 and the intermediate Central Ontario Hockey League (COHA or COHL) four times between 1953 and 1957. There are no Wikia Links for those seasons.
So anybody have any sources for more information on the OIAA, MCHL, or COHL?
I found a whole lot of sources for past Universiade results and posted them on the Wikia pages:
Most of the new information came from:
The missing information which would be of use would be to get Canada's reps for these years:
My WUG 2001 page with roster and results.
I thought as much. But still one never knows when exactly they went to the rotation, as opposed to the defending champion.
2001 is updated:
Separate names with a comma.