CFHL Title
Buds Bulldogs Cow Pucks Crusaders Expos Fightin' Irish Hellions Highlanders Houligans Ice Miners Jackals Marksmen Mission MoonHeads Oil Kings Outlaws Polar Bears Raiders Recruits Roughnecks Spartans Wave X-Men Zappers
Scoreboard Title
League Title
23
25
19
22
38
24
17
10
31
25
27
28
32
21
21
20
18
19
28
31
25
26
19
22
League Title
7
5
6
10
13
5
8
12
18
9
13
12
12
11
6
7
6
7
11
6
5
13
4
9
Stat Database Last Updated: Oct. 04, 2017 @ 10:21 PM EDT
Go Home STATS UPDATE - All games updated up to and including October 21st.Week #1 in the books and Standings have been updated.
Cornwall Conference
Gretzky Division
Bulldogs Ice Miners Spartans Expos
Orr Division
X-Men Polar Bears Raging Houligans Zappers
Savard Division
Fighting Irish Crusaders Mission Buds
Ronzo Conference
Campbell Division
Grumpys Oil Kings Roughnecks Recruits
Lang Division
Jackals Highlanders Raiders Cow Pucks
Wales Division
Outlaws MoonHeads Marksmen Wave

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CFHL League History
CFHL Draft History
League History
1995-96
  • The Cornwall Fantasy Hockey League (CFHL) was founded on October 3, 1995. Eight (8) teams competed in one Conference during the inaugural year. Weekly play consisted of teams dressing 2 Left Wingers, 2 Centres, 2 Right Wingers, 4 Defencemen, and 1 Goalie and competed in a 26 week schedule. The Original Eight franchises were as follows:
      Mike Baron (CRUNCH)
      Russ Newton (GOOBERS)
      Brian Payment (BUCKAROOS)
      Todd Quinlan (OUTLAWS)
      Thom Racine (POND DWELLERS)
      Chris Savard (BEARS)
      Ron Savard (ICE DRAGONS)
      Kevin Simpson (WALLEYES)
  • Part way through the inaugural season the GOOBERS left the League and ownership of the franchise was assumed by Stuart Thompson (RANGERS)
  • A playoff pool was implemented and participation was opened to a wider audience than the existing GMs of the League. Each fantasy team consisted of one player from each of the 16 NHL Playoff teams and 4 Wild Cards.
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Playoff Champions - ICE DRAGONS
1996-97
  • Prior to the start of the season, the CRUNCH announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • League Owners decided to expand the LEAGUE by two teams and compete in two divisions of five teams each (CAMPBELL & WALES). With the CRUNCH's exit, a dispersal draft was held amongst the first three Expansion franchises. On August 20, 1996, the following franchises entered the League:
      Dana Emerton-Proulx (HOT SHOTS)
      John Parisien (MELON HEADS)
      Jerry Sauve (BUDS)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Playoff Champions - BEARS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Wales Division Champions - BEARS
1997-98
  • Prior to the start of the season, the HOT SHOTS and the RANGERS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • On August 26, 1997, ownership of the HOT SHOTS franchise was awarded to:
      Ron Lefebvre (REBELS)
  • On August 26, 1997, ownership of the RANGERS franchise was awarded to:
      Frank McDonald (FRANKFURTERS)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Playoff Champions - BUDS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Wales Division Champions - BEARS
1998-99
  • Prior to the start of the season, the BUCKAROOS, OUTLAWS and the PONDDWELLERS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • On August 26, 1998, ownership of the PONDDWELLERS franchise was awarded to:
      Brian Adams (PUCK HOGS)
  • On August 26, 1998, ownership of the BUCKAROOS franchise was awarded to:
      Debbie Parisien (DARE DEVILS)
  • On August 26, 1998, ownership of the OUTLAWS franchise was awarded to:
      Chris Sauve (HABS)
  • Minor League play was introduced this season. Weekly play consisted of teams dressing 1 Left Winger, 1 Centre, 1 Right Winger, 2 Defencemen, and 1 Goalie and competed in a 26 week schedule.
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - CARDINALS
  • Playoff Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Wales Division Champions - BEARS
1999-00
  • League Owners decided to expand the LEAGUE by two teams and compete in three divisions of four teams each (CAMPBELL, WALES & GRETZKY). On August 20, 1999, the following franchises entered the League:
      Troy Hickman (TWISTERS)
      Pat Shane (FIGHTIN' IRISH)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - ICE WORMS
  • Playoff Champions - HABS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Wales Division Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - WALLEYES
2000-01
  • Prior to the start of the season, the PUCK HOGS and the TWISTERS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • On September 19, 2000, ownership of the TWISTERS franchise was awarded to:
      Dan Allaire (OGRES)
  • On September 19, 2000, ownership of the PUCK HOGS franchise was awarded to:
      Glenn Austen (X-MEN)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - ICE WORMS
  • Playoff Champions - HABS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Wales Division Champions - BEARS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - BUDS
  • Due to the success and demand for franchises in the CFHL, a second league called the Fantasy Hockey League (FHL) was founded on September 22, 2000. Rules of competition were the exact same of those in the CFHL. The Original Twelve franchises were as follows:
      John Baird/John DiLabio (GREYHOUNDS)
      Kevin Baker (EARTHQUAKE)
      Jeff Bethune (CLAYMORES
      David Dick (ASSETS)
      Brian DiCola (ITALIAN MACHINE)
      Denis Lapierre (WOLFPACK)
      David Murphy (FIGHTIN' IRISH)
      Herbie Poitras/Clifford Lang (BUSHWHACKERS)
      Chris Savard (BULLDOGS)
      Ron Savard (ICE CATS)
      Kevin Simpson (BARRACUDAS)
      Terry Turcotte (BATTALION)
  • Part way through the season, BUSHWHACKERS owner Cliff Lang passed away and the GRETZKY Division was forever renamed the LANG Division in his memory.
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - BULLDOGS
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - LIABLITIES
  • Playoff Champions - HABS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE CATS
  • Wales Division Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Lang Division Champions - BUSHWHACKERS
2001-02
  • Prior to the start of the season, the REBELS changed their name to the BUCCANEERS.
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - BEARS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - ICE WORMS
  • Playoff Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Campbell Division Champions - WALLEYES
  • Wales Division Champions - BEARS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Prior to the start of the season, the ITALIAN MACHINE changed their name to the COUGARS.
  • Prior to the start of the season, the ASSETS announced that they would be leaving the FHL.
  • On September 19, 2001, ownership of the ASSETS franchise was awarded to:
      Troy Hickman (TWISTERS)
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - BULLDOGS
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - CYCLONES
  • Playoff Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE CATS
  • Wales Division Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Lang Division Champions - BATTALION
2002-03
  • Prior to the start of the season, the BUCCANEERS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • On October 1, 2002, ownership of the BUCCANEERS franchise was awarded to:
      Joel Cote (CHIEFS)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - DARE DEVILS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - SOLAR BEARS
  • Playoff Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Campbell Division Champions - WALLEYES
  • Wales Division Champions - DARE DEVILS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Prior to the start of the season, the BUSHWHACKERS announced that they would be leaving the FHL.
  • On October 6, 2002, ownership of the BUSHWHACKERS franchise was awarded to:
      John DiLabio (GREYHOUNDS)
  • Now that John DiLabio had his own team, John Baird renamed his team to the OILERS.
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - BARRACUDAS
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - ICE FLYERS
  • Playoff Champions - MELONHEADS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE CATS
  • Wales Division Champions - BARRACUDAS
  • Lang Division Champions - OILERS
2003-04
  • Prior to the start of the season, the OGRES announced that they would be leaving the CFHL to assume a team in the FHL.
  • On September 29, 2003, ownership of the OGRES franchise was awarded to:
      Tim Wieczorek (RUCKERS)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - WALLEYES
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - L'IL WEINIES
  • Playoff Champions - HIGHLANDERS
  • Campbell Division Champions - WALLEYES
  • Wales Division Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - BUDS
  • Prior to the start of the season, the BATTALION changed their name to the OUTLAWS.
  • Prior to the start of the season, the WOLFPACK announced that they would be leaving the FHL.
  • On September 3, 2003, ownership of the WOLFPACK franchise was awarded to:
      Dan Allaire (OGRES)
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - ICE CATS
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - HIGHLANDERS
  • Playoff Champions - HIGHLANDERS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE CATS
  • Wales Division Champions - BARRACUDAS
  • Lang Division Champions - OGRES
2004-05
  • NHL Season CANCELLED due to Lock-Out/Strike. No Fantasy League.
2005-06
  • Prior to the start of the season, the DARE DEVILS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • League Owners decided to expand the LEAGUE by four teams and compete in four divisions of four teams each (CAMPBELL, WALES, GRETZKY & ORR). With the DARE DEVIL's exit, a dispersal draft was held amongst FIVE Expansion franchises. On February 9, 2004, the following franchises entered the League:
      Tavis Austen (JETS)
      Mike McNally (ST. PATS)
      David Murphy (MOONHEADS)
      Scott Rogers (ROGERS RAIDERS)
      Kevin Wilson (BLADES)
  • Minor League play was modified so that teams competed in two conferences of 8 (HAWERCHUK & GILMOUR)
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - X-MEN
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - STINGRAYS
  • Playoff Champions - JACKALS
  • Campbell Division Champions - WALLEYES
  • Wales Division Champions - BEARS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Orr Division Champions - X-MEN
  • Prior to the start of the season, the COUGARS announced that they would be leaving the FHL.
  • On September 22, 2005, ownership of the COUGARS franchise was awarded to:
      Denis Lapierre (WOLFPACK)
  • The FHL decided NOT to expand to 16 teams as the CFHL had done.
  • Part way through the season the EARTHQUAKE left the League and ownership of the franchise was assumed by Bubbah Smith (MISSION) on January 15, 2006
  • Part way through the season the GREYHOUNDS left the League and ownership of the franchise was assumed by Kelly Boisvenue (JACKALS) on January 15, 2006
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - CLAYMORES
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - WOLVERINES
  • Playoff Champions - JACKALS
  • Campbell Division Champions - ICE CATS
  • Wales Division Champions - CLAYMORES
  • Lang Division Champions - BULLDOGS
2006-07
  • No changes to League structure.
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - JETS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - STINGRAYS
  • Playoff Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Campbell Division Champions - HABS
  • Wales Division Champions - X-MEN
  • Gretzky Division Champions - JETS
  • Orr Division Champions - BEARS
  • No changes to League structure.
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - CLAYMORES
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - TROLLS
  • Playoff Champions - ICE DRAGONS
  • Campbell Division Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Wales Division Champions - CLAYMORES
  • Lang Division Champions - BARRACUDAS
2007-08
  • Prior to the start of the season, the CHIEFS and the WALLEYES announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • League Owners decided not to replace the two teams, but rather to contract to 14 teams. Teams would compete in two 7 team conferences (HAWERCHUK and GILMOUR). A dispersal draft was held.
  • Playoff format was modified to a "Box" format pool. Participants are required to pick one player out of each box of 4 players.
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - BEARS
  • CFHL Calder Cup Champions - SHAMROCKS
  • Playoff Champions - RYVALANCHE
  • Gilmour Conference Champions - BEARS
  • Hawerchuk Conference Champions - X-MEN
  • Prior to the start of the season, the TWISTERS announced that they would be leaving the FHL.
  • On September 1, 2007, ownership of the TWISTERS franchise was awarded to:
      D'Arcy O'Connell (CRUSADERS)
  • FHL Stanley Cup Champions - MISSION
  • FHL Calder Cup Champions - T-BIRDS
  • Playoff Champions - RYVALANCHE
  • Campbell Division Champions - OUTLAWS
  • Wales Division Champions - MISSION
  • Lang Division Champions - OGRES
2008-09
  • Prior to the start of the season, the RAIDERS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL to assume a team in the FHL.
  • Prior to the start of the season, the ST. PATS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • League Owners decided not to replace the two teams, but rather to contract back to 12 teams. Teams would compete in three 4 team divisions (CAMPBELL, WALES, GRETZKY). A dispersal draft was held.
  • The Minor League system was discontinued.
  • League Statitician and ICE DRAGONS owner Ron Savard passed away on November 25, 2008. Control of the team for the balance of the season was assumed by Kevin Simpson and the team name remained the same.
  • CFHL Stanley Cup Champions - X-MEN
  • Playoff Champions - BUDS
  • Campbell Division Champions - MELON HEADS
  • Wales Division Champions - MOON HEADS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - X-MEN
  • Prior to the start of the season, the WOLFPACK announced that they would be leaving the FHL.
  • On July 25, 2008, ownership of the WOLFPACK franchise was awarded to:
      Scott Rogers (ROGERS RAIDERS)
  • The OILERS changed their name to the OIL KINGS.
  • The Minor League system was discontinued.
  • League Statitician and ICE CATS owner Ron Savard passed away on November 25, 2008. Control of the team for the balance of the season was assumed by Denis Lapierre and the team name remained the same.
  • The name of the League was changed to the Ronzo Fantasy Hockey League (RFHL) and teams would now compete for the Ronzo Cup. These changes were made in memory of Ron Savard.
  • RFHL Stanley Cup Champions - OUTLAWS
  • Playoff Champions - BUDS
  • Campbell Division Champions - FIGHTIN' IRISH
  • Wales Division Champions - OUTLAWS
  • Lang Division Champions - BULLDOGS
2009-10
  • Prior to the start of the season, League owners from both the CFHL and the RFHL agreed to merge the two leagues into one 24 team league.
  • Teams would now compete in six 4 team divisions (GRETZKY, ORR, SAVARD, CAMPBELL, WALES, & LANG). The Savard Division was named in memory of Ron Savard.
  • All rules remained the same except that each NHL Player could be drafted twice in the League.
  • The League name was chosen to remain the Cornwall Fantasy Hockey League and teams would compete for the Ronzo Cup.
  • For the merger to work, three GMs who had a team in each pool, had to abandon one team. As such, the BARRACUDAS, BEARS, and MOONHEADS were abandoned.
  • Both temporary owners of the ICE DRAGONS and ICE CATS, chose not to remain in the pool.
  • Prior to the start of the season, the CLAYMORES announced that they would be leaving the RFHL.
  • On April 13, 2009, ownership of the ICE DRAGONS franchise was awarded to:
      Mark Des Cotes (MARKSMAN)
  • On April 13, 2009, ownership of the BEARS franchise was awarded to:
      Jacob Dionne (GRUMPYS)
  • On April 13, 2009, ownership of the ICE CATS franchise was awarded to:
      Dean Eastman (ICE MINERS)
  • On April 13, 2009, ownership of the BARRACUDAS franchise was awarded to:
      Dave McDonald (COYOTES)
  • On April 13, 2009, ownership of the MOONHEADS franchise was awarded to:
      Mark McDonald (BEAST)
  • On April 13, 2009, ownership of the CLAYMORES franchise was awarded to:
      Joe Raso (SPARTANS)
  • CFHL Ronzo Cup Champions - OUTLAWS
  • Playoff Champions - FRANKFURTERS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - X-MEN
  • Orr Division Champions - GRUMPYS
  • Savard Division Champions - BEAST
  • Campbell Division Champions - OUTLAWS
  • Wales Division Champions - JACKALS
  • Lang Division Champions - MISSION
2010-11
  • Prior to the start of the season, the JETS and RUCKERS announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • On September 15, 2010, ownership of the JETS franchise was awarded to:
      Brian Adams (PUCK HOGS)
  • On September 15, 2010, ownership of the RUCKERS franchise was awarded to:
      Josh Graham (HIGHLANDERS)
  • CFHL Ronzo Cup Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Playoff Champions - CRUSADERS
  • Gretzky Division Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Orr Division Champions - FIGTHIN' IRISH
  • Savard Division Champions - SPARTANS
  • Campbell Division Champions - OUTLAWS
  • Wales Division Champions - BUDS
  • Lang Division Champions - COYOTES
2011-12
  • CFHL Ronzo Cup Champions - BEAST
  • Playoff Champions - COYOTES
  • Gretzky Division Champions - BULLDOGS
  • Orr Division Champions - BEAST
  • Savard Division Champions - MISSION
  • Campbell Division Champions - FRANKFURTERS
  • Wales Division Champions - MELONHEADS
  • Lang Division Champions - X-MEN
2012-13
  • Prior to the start of the season, the OGRES announced that they would be leaving the CFHL.
  • On January 11, 2013, ownership of the OGRES franchise was awarded to:
      Randy Houle (RAGING HOULIGANS)
  • There was an NHL lockout to start the 2012-13 season. As a result, the CFHL played a shortened 14 week schedule.
  • CFHL Ronzo Cup Champions -
  • Playoff Champions -
  • Gretzky Division Champions -
  • Orr Division Champions -
  • Savard Division Champions -
  • Campbell Division Champions -
  • Wales Division Champions -
  • Lang Division Champions -


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