Brampton Battalion

The Brampton Battalion are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. The team is based in Brampton, Ontario and started playing in 1998. The team will relocate to North Bay, Ontario for the 2013-2014 OHL hockey season.

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2008–09 OHL Season - Playoff Scoring Leaders
... Minutes Player Team GP G A Pts PIM Taylor Hall Windsor Spitfires 10 ... Cody Hodgson Brampton Battalion 12 ... Ryan Ellis Windsor Spitfires 14 ... Dale Mitchell Windsor ...
Cody Hodgson - Playing Career - Brampton Battalion
... Hodgson was drafted 17th overall by the Brampton Battalion in the 2006 OHL Priority Selection ... The following season, Hodgson joined the Battalion wearing number 19 in honour of his favourite hockey player growing up, Steve Yzerman of the Detroit Red Wings ... He added four points in four playoff games as the Battalion were eliminated by the Barrie Colts in the first round ...
Brampton Battalion - Arena
... The Brampton Battalion play out of the Powerade Centre, which was formerly known as the "Brampton Centre for Sports Entertainment." It is located on Kennedy Road, on the south-side of the city near the ... OHL Arena Travel Guide Capacity = 4,980 Ice Size = 200' x 85' Many Battalion fans, as well as the local media (Brampton Guardian, Rogers Cable 10), often affectionately refer to the ...
Barrie Colts - Modern Colts - Marty Williamson (2004-05 To 2009-10)
... three points behind leaders Mississauga IceDogs, and one point ahead of Brampton Battalion and Sudbury Wolves ... The Colts finished 1 point behind division rivals Brampton Battalion, and 9 points behind Peterborough Petes for third in the eastern conference ... Michael's Majors and Brampton Battalion in four games and five games respectively before losing to the eventual OHL champions Peterborough Petes in five games ...
Winners of The Emms Trophy
... Michael's Majors 2009-10 Barrie Colts 2008–09 Brampton Battalion 2007–08 Brampton Battalion 2006–07 Barrie Colts 2005–06 Brampton Battalion 2004–05 Mississauga IceDogs 2003–0 ... Michael's Majors 2002–03 Brampton Battalion 2001–02 Toronto St ...