About Us

Stars History

The North Middlesex Stars were founded in 1992 as the Parkhill Stars. After one season of play, the name was changed from the Parkhill Stars to the North Middlesex Stars in an effort to include many surrounding towns and municipalities such as Parkhill, Ailsa Craig, Sylvan, Springbank, Beechwood, Carlisle, and more.

Playing in the OHA Junior Development League, the early years were rough on the North Middlesex Stars. In the team's first thirteen seasons, the Stars enjoyed winning records two times but found much success building a fan base and relationships with fans and sponsors within the North Middlesex community.

2005 was rough on the North Middlesex Stars franchise, so much that the Stars were on the verge of folding. The relationships that the Stars had spent years building within the community saved the organization and the Stars came back stronger than ever.

Since the disolve of the OHA Junior Development League in 2006, the Stars have found much success playing in the new Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League.

In the 2006-2007 SOJHL season, the Stars enjoyed a 3rd overall finish with wins in 30 of the games played. The following year year, the Stars placed 4th in the league before the biggest season in Stars history came in 2008-2009 when the North Middlesex Stars won their first league title.

The Stars embrace their rich history and look forward to an exciting future that will bring much success!