Selkirk Fishermen

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Selkirk Fishermen
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 League  Keystone Junior Hockey League
 Founded  1918
 History  Selkirk Fishermen
 1918 - present
 Home Arena  Selkirk Recreation Complex
 City  Selkirk, Manitoba
 Team Colours  Black, Red, White

               

 President  
 General Manager  Chris Poponick
 Head Coach  Chris Poponick

The Selkirk Fishermen are a Junior "B" ice hockey team based in Selkirk, Manitoba. They are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL). The franchise was founded in 1918. They are the longest running junior hockey team in Canada.

The Fishermen won the Abbott Cup in 1920, making them the Junior Champion for Western Canada and earning a playoff against the George Richardson Memorial Trophy winning Eastern Champion for the Memorial Cup. The Fishermen lost the Memorial Cup competition against the Toronto Canoe Club Paddlers.

History[edit]

Since 1978, the Fishermen have won a province-leading 11 Baldy Northcott Trophy championships as Manitoba Junior B champions.

In 1983, the Fishermen made history in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba by defeating the Saskatoon Westleys of the North Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League to win the inaugural Keystone Cup championship. To this day, they are one of only two champions to have ever come out of Manitoba.

Season-by-season record[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against,   PCT = Winning Percentage

 Season GP W L T OTL PTS GF GA PCT Finished  Notes
 2014-15 32 24 7 0 1 49 204 97 .766 1st of 9   Won Quarter Finals, 3-1 (Falcons)
Won Semi-Finals, 4-0 (Warriors)
Won League Finals, 4-3 (Juniors)
 2013-14 34 25 7 0 2 52 176 116 .765 1st of 4 - South
2nd of 8 Overall
  KJHL Champions
Keystone Cup - 6th (0-5-0)
 2012-13 36 23 11 0 2 48 163 99 .667 3rd of 9   Lost in finals
 2011-12 32 23 10 0 2 48 147 110 .667 2nd of 8   Lost in semi-finals
 2010-11 32 24 7 0 1 49 197 74 - 1st of 8   Lost in semi-finals
 2009-10 32 29 3 0 0 58 201 98 .906 1st   Won Provincials
Keystone Cup -5th
 2008-09 36 24 10 0 2 50 168 117 .694 3rd   Lost in Provincial Finals
 2007-08 40 26 11 2 1 55 217 94 .688 3rd   Lost in 1st round
Hosted Western Canadian Jr. B Championships
3rd Round Robin - lost Bronze medal game
 2006-07 40 30 8 0 2 62 185 122 .775 2nd   Lost in Provincial Finals
 2005-06 36 23 12 1 0 47 - - .653 1st   Lost in Provincial Finals
 2004-05 36 26 10 0 0 52 182 96 .722 1st   Won Provincials
Keystone Cup - 4th Round Robin
lost Bronze medal game

Keystone Cup[edit]

Western Canadian Jr. B Championships(Northern Ontario to British Columbia)
Six teams in round robin play. 1st vs 2nd for gold/silver & 3rd vs. 4th for bronze.

Year Round Robin Record Standing Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
1983 X, Thunder Bay x-x
x, Saskatoon x-x
x, Portage La Prairie x-x
 ?-?-?  ? of 4 n/a KEYSTONE CHAMPIONS
1994 W, Kinistino 4-2
T, Westfort 3-3-
T, Fort William 6-6-
W, North Okanagan 6-3
W, Sherwood Park x-x
3-0-2 1st of 6 n/a L, Kinistino 3-5
Silver Medalists
1999 W, Hearst 4-3
L, Assiniboia 1-14
L, Edmonton 4-9
L, Campell River 1-17
x, Fort William x-x
1-3-0 5th of 6 n/a n/a
2003 T, St. Claude 2-2
W, Nipigon 9-3
T, Assiniboia 4-4
W, Spruce Grove 5-4
L, Richmond 0-5
2-1-2 4th of 6 L, Richmond 4-9 n/a
2005 W, Thunder Bay 4-1
L, Osoyoos 4-7
L,Medicine Hat 2-4
T, Calgary ?-?
W, Saskatoon ?-?
2-2-1 4th of 6 OTL, Medicine Hat 2-3 n/a
2010 L, Tri-Town 0-1
W, Revelstoke 3-1
L, Abbotsford 5-7
T, Thunder Bay 6-6
L, Kamloops 1-7
1-3-1 5th of 6 n/a n/a
2014 L, Thunder Bay 1-2
L, Saskatoon 0-3
L, Abbotsford 5-7
L, Beaver Valley 0-3
L, Blackfalds 3-6
0-5-0 6th of 6 n/a n/a
2015 T, Thunder Bay ON 3-3
L, Saskatoon Sask 1-4
L, Cold Lake Alb 0-10
L, N Edmonton Alb 1-7
L, Campbell River BC 1-6
0-4-1 6th of 6 n/a n/a

Team information[edit]

Current roster[edit]

As of April 1, 2013.N Edmonton Alb

  • 3 Scott Thomas D 6'1" 200 lbs Lockport, Mb 94
  • 4 Brandon Paradoski D
  • 5 Alfred Anderson D 6'1" 200 lbs Norway House, Mb 92
  • 7 Brayden Kowalchuk D/F 6'3" 205 lbs. Selkirk, Mb. 95
  • 10 Cale McBride F 5'10"160 lbs Selkirk, Mb. 93
  • 11 Justin Rawluk F 95
  • 12 Jon Starodub F/D 5'11" 205 lbs St. Andrews, Mb 94
  • 14 Mike Smiley F East Selkirk, Mb 95
  • 15 John Larre D - - - 93
  • 16 Tyndall Fontaine D 5'11" 165 lbs Sagkeeng First Nation, Mb. 91
  • 17 Jeremy Pachkowsky F 5'9" 160 lbs. Grand Beach, Mb 94
  • 18
  • 19 Karl Fey F 6'3" 195 lbs Selkirk, Mb. 94
  • 20 Corbin Pasternak F Stonewall, MB 95
  • 21 Jesse Reid-Whyte F 96
  • 22 Kyle Pache F 6'0" 180 lbs 96
  • 23 Dylan Painchaud-Niemi F 6'4" 190 lbs Lockport, Mb. 96
  • 24 Cory Balcaen F 6'3" 180 lbs Selkirk, Mb. 93
  • C 26 Tanner MacVicar F 5'10" 150 lbs Selkirk, MB. 93
  • 27 Drayton Mendrum F 5'9" 230 lbs Lockport, Mb 96
  • 33 Jordan Liske G 5'10 170 lbs - - 95
  • 35 Bretton Fewchuk G 5'11" 200 lbs Selkirk, Mb 93

Team captains[edit]

  • Tanner MacVicar 2014-Present
  • Trevor Paradoski 2011-2014
  • Matt Zakaluzny 2009-2011
  • Dave Hardman 2007-2009
  • Chris Loschiavo 2003-2006

Coaches[edit]

  • Chris Poponick, 2013-Present
  • Al Hares, 1996-2013
  • Dave Boyce, 2008-Present
  • Chris Loschiavo, 2008-2013
  • Blair Hawes, 2012-Present
  • Bryce Cooke, 2011-2013

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