The Mount Brydges Bulldogs Junior C Hockey Club exists to promote and maintain a quality junior hockey experience and program in the community of Mount Brydges, Ontario (as well as surrounding area). We have created an environment that allows talented players that are eligible to play junior hockey, the chance to compete in the Provincial Junior Hockey League.
As a non-profit organization that relies heavily on the generous financial support of individuals and businesses, we strive to provide a supportive and positive environment for our players and volunteers. Our organization boasts qualified coaches, trainers, chiropractors and equipment managers. We have regularly scheduled practice times, game times and a junior equipped dressing room. The Bulldogs strive to represent our community and surrounding area with honour and pride.
The Mount Brydges Bulldogs have seen a lot of things change since they joined what was then the Western Junior D Hockey League in 1975. That league merged with the Southern Counties Junior D Hockey League, and absorbed the Northern Junior D Hockey League to create the OHA Junior Development League in 1991, and was renamed the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League in 2006.
The SOJHL was promoted by the OHA to the Junior C level for the 2012 - 2013 season, and the league's teams were realigned into other Junior C leagues in time for the 2013 - 2014 season.
The Bulldogs won the Western Junior D championship and OHA championship in 1984, the OHAJDL championship in 1997, and won the SOJHL championship in 2001.
As of 2016, the Bulldogs compete in the Provincial Junior Hockey League which is an amalgamation of all Junior C hockey leagues in Ontario. The team plays out the Western Conference - Yeck Division.
Season by Season Since 1975
Last Updated: July 17, 2018
|2016-17||40||18||20||2||-||153||175||38||5th PJHL Yeck|
|2017-18||40||16||21||0||3||127||166||35||6th PJHL Yeck|