Williams Lake Stampeders

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The Williams Lake Stampeders are an intermediate and senior hockey ice hockey team in Williams Lake, British Columbia.

The senior team played in the Cariboo Hockey League from the league's founding in 1936 until 1979. The Stampeders won the league title twice, in 1960-61 and 1962-63.

The team was revived in 1996 after the Junior "A" Williams Lake Mustangs. It has mostly played in the Central Interior Hockey League since then. In 2009 the Stampeders won the Coy Cup, the senior championship of British Columbia. In 2010 the Stampeders won their first Central Interior Hockey League Championship with a two game sweep of the Kitimat Ice Demons. The team would then go on to a third place finish in the Coy Cup, which was hosted in Powell River, British Columbia.[1][2]

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