By JEFF BLAY
In the O Blogger
1. Mississauga St. Michael's Majors - 35 Pts
2. Ottawa 67's - 28 Pts
3. Niagara IceDogs - 28 Pts
4. Kingston Frontenacs - 27 Pts
5. Oshawa Generals - 26 Pts
6. Brampton Battalion - 19 Pts
7. Belleville Bulls - 14 Pts
8. Barrie Colts - 9 Pts
9. Sudbury Wolves - 11 Pts
10. Peterborough Petes - 10 Pts
By JEFF BLAY
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