Embrun Panthers

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Embrun Panthers
Embrun Panthers.jpg
City Embrun, Ontario, Canada
League National Capital Junior Hockey League
Founded 1972
Home arena Aréna d'Embrun Arena
Colours Blue, white, red, orange
                   
Owner(s) Maurice Lemieux
General manager Jay Campbell
Head coach Jay Campbell & Brad Hampton
Franchise history
1972-1998 Embruns 72's
1998-2000 Embrun-Russell River Rats
2000-Present Embrun Panthers

The Embrun Panthers are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Embrun, Ontario. They play in the National Capital Junior Hockey League.

History[edit]

Founded in 1972, Embrun started out in the Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League. After 2 seasons, in 1974, the 72's dropped down to the EOJCHL. In 2010, the EOJCHL became the National Capital Junior Hockey League.

The Embrun Panthers (along with its former name, Embrun 72's) is the most successful team in the league, winning 18 times: 1978, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 2014 and 2017.

They are also the team with the most consecutive championship win's (4 years in a row-twice) : 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.

Season-by-season record[edit]

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
2000-01 30 21 7 0 2 186 93 44 2nd EOJCHL Won League
2001-02 36 24 10 0 2 198 130 50 2nd EOJCHL Won League
2002-03 35 20 12 1 2 171 122 43 4th EOJCHL Lost Semi-final
2003-04 36 24 9 1 2 164 99 51 2nd EOJCHL Won League
2004-05 36 25 7 2 2 186 85 54 2nd EOJCHL Lost Final
2005-06 36 21 10 - 5 147 110 47 3rd EOJCHL Won League
2006-07 34 19 13 - 2 147 111 40 3rd EOJCHL Lost Final
2007-08 35 25 7 - 3 144 96 53 2nd EOJCHL Lost Final
2008-09 34 27 5 - 2 183 112 56 1st EOJCHL Won League
2009-10 34 25 6 - 3 180 91 53 1st EOJCHL Won League
2010-11 34 30 2 - 2 222 81 62 1st NCJHL Won League
2011-12 32 25 5 - 2 162 92 52 1st NCJHL Won League
2012-13 34 19 12 - 3 156 107 41 3rd NCJHL Lost Semi-final
2013-14 32 24 6 - 2 172 106 50 2nd NCJHL Won League
2014-15 32 26 5 - 1 178 88 53 1st NCJHL Lost League
2015-16 34 28 6 - - 215 88 56 1st NCJHL Lost League
2016-17 32 22 8 2 - 171 99 46 1st NCJHL Won League

2016-2017 roster[edit]

1 Tondreau, Reilly G 5' 11" 161 lbs Embrun, ON 1997

3 Marley, Jacob D 6' 0" 216 lbs Embrun, ON 1996

4 Reaney, Kirkland F 6' 0" 206 lbs Metcalfe, ON 1998

5 Noel, Tanner D 6' 2" 206 lbs Russell, ON 1998

6 Carrière, Martin D 5' 10" 172 lbs Embrun, ON 1998

7 Raymond, Justin F 6' 2" 230 lbs Embrun, ON 1996

8 Carbonette, Ryan D 5' 10" 177 lbs Embrun, ON 1997

9 Gregoire, Julien D 5' 8" 160 lbs Embrun, ON 1996

10 Jodoin, Tyler F 5' 8" 167 lbs Russell, ON 1996

11 Roy, Sebastien F 6' 2" 165 lbs Embrun, ON 1998

12 Brunet, Philippe F 5' 8" 143 lbs Embrun, ON 1998

14 Renaud, Josh F 6' 3" 192 lbs Russell, ON 1995

15 Roth, Connor F Nepean, ON 1997

16 Cogan, Michael D 5' 9" 200 lbs Embrun, ON 1995

17 Gibeault, Mikael F 6' 5" 212 lbs St-Albert, ON 1998

18 Loiselle, Hayden F 5' 8" 181 lbs Embrun, ON 1998

19 Lavictoire, Cody F 5' 3" 150 lbs Russell. ON 1995

20 Bols, Nathan F 5' 11" 200 lbs Russell, ON 1996

22 McCaffery, Griffin F Nepean, ON 1997

24 St-Germain, Justin D 5' 10" 182 lbs Russell, ON 1996

25 Tuck, Liam F Russell, ON 1997

28 Fillion, Adam F 6' 4" 210 lbs Russell, ON 1996

33 Gervais, Danik G 5' 11" 156 lbs Gloucester, ON 1999

44 Cogan, Daniel F 6' 1" 194 lbs Embrun, ON 1995

All time title holders[edit]

Title Player Record
Most Goals Charles Labonté & Francis Legault 110
Most Assists Charles Labonté 151
Most Points Charles Labonté 261
Most Penalty Minutes Brad Hampton 750
Most Games Played Brad Hampton 215

Awards[edit]

Award Year Player
Playoff MVP 2014 Robbie Gifford
2012 Andrew Hampton
2011 Shane Hodgins
2010 Matt Nooyen & Derek West
2009 Shane Hodgins
2006 Josselin St-Pierre
2004 Jonathon MacLean
2002 Kyle Fetch
2001 Brad Kennedy
Regular Season MVP 2016 Adam Fillion
2011 Shane Hodgins
2003 Pat Hamel
2001 Brad Kennedy
Top Scorer 2016 Adam Fillion
Best Defenceman 2011 Shane Hodgins
2010 Nikola Brassard-Dion
2008 Ben Carrière
2005 Jonathan White
2004 Philippe Blanchard
Best Defensive Forward 2017 Cody Lavictoire
2016 Shawn Ennis
2015 Scott Fleming
2012 Francis Legault
2008 Matt Nooyen
2003 Jonathon MacLean
Most Improved Player 2016 Daniel Cogan
2013 Eric Garrioch
2010 Scott Downey
2008 Derek West
2003 Michael White
2001 Pat Hamel
Most Sportsmanlike Player 2013 Mathieu Grégoire
2005 Pat Giroux
2001 Nicolas Bruyère
Rookie of the Year 2014 Harrison Wood
2011 David Bobak
2008 Gabriel Brisson
Best Goaltender 2016 Dana Pollex
2015 Dana Pollex
2011 Ben Larcoque
2009 Roch Lamoureux
2007 Roch Lamoureux
2004 Tommy Rogerson
2002 Doug Long
2001 Doug Long
Executive of the Year 2017 Maurice Lemieux
Coach(es) of the Year 2017 Jay Campbell and Brad Hampton
2011 Darrell Campbell, Richard Bercuson and Jay Campbell
2010 Darrell Campbell, Richard Bercuson and Jay Campbell
2004 Darrell Campbell
2002 Marty Chesser
2001 Marty Chesser

Team honours[edit]

  • League Champions: 2017, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2001, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1983, 1982, 1980, 1978.
  • Regular Season Champions: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011 (East Division), 2010 (East Division), 2009 (East Division), 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1981, 1980, 1978.
  • Top Defensive Team: 2017 (99 GA), 2016 (88 GA), 2015 (88 GA), 2014 (106 GA), 2012 (92 GA), 2011 (81 GA), 2010 (91 GA), 2009 (112 GA), 2008 (96 GA), 2006 (110 GA), 2005 (85 GA), 2004, 2001.

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