Humboldt Broncos

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Humboldt Broncos
Humboldt Broncos Logo.svg
CityHumboldt, Saskatchewan
LeagueSJHL
DivisionKramer
Founded1970
Home arenaElgar Petersen Arena
ColoursGreen, yellow, black and white
General managerNathan Oystrick
Head coachNathan Oystrick
Websitehttps://www.humboldtbroncos.com/

The Humboldt Broncos are a Canadian junior "A" ice hockey team from Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Established in 1970, the Broncos play in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

History[edit]

The Broncos were established in 1970 by a group of local organizers. The team was originally affiliated with the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League, who supplied the team with team name, jerseys and some players. They also had a close affiliation that year with St Peter's College in nearby Muenster.[1] The Broncos originally played at the Leo Parker Arena and then move into the new Elgar Petersen Arena since 1980, which has a capacity of 1,800.[2] The team also won the 2003 and 2008 Royal Bank Cup (Canadian Junior A championship). The team's mascot is a horse named SlapShot. The team colors are green, gold black and white.

The Broncos are the most successful team in SJHL history, having won the league championship ten times, the ANAVET/CANALTA Cup seven times, and the Royal Bank Cup twice.

In early years under the guidance of Coach Dr. Terry Henning and GM Dr. Gerry Rooney in 1971–72, the Broncos defeated the Melville Millionaires in 5 games to win their first SJHL Championship and then went on to defeat the Dauphin Kings in 6 games to win the Anavet/Canalta Cup (Sk vs Man); eventually losing in 5 games to the Red Deer Rustlers in the Centennial Cup West Final.

The Humboldt Broncos won the league championship in 2007, defeating the Melville Millionaires 4 games to 1. The Broncos lost the Anavet Cup to the MJHL's Selkirk Steelers 4 games to 3. Game 7 was won by the Steelers 4–3 in quadruple overtime. Dean Brockman was voted Coach of the Year in 2007, 2008, and 2009.

The Humboldt Broncos won the league/Royal Bank championship twice, in 2003 and as well in 2008, defeating the Kindersley Klippers 4 games to 3. The Broncos won the Anavet Cup defeating the MJHL's Portage Terriers 4 games to 0. The last two games of the series were shutouts for the Broncos. The Broncos won the Royal Bank Cup against the AJHL's Camrose Kodiaks the final score: 1–0.

The Humboldt Broncos won the league championship in 2009 defeating the Melville Millionaires 4 games to 1. The Broncos won the Anavet Cup defeating the Portage Terriers(MJHL) 4 games to 3. The last 2 games were won in overtime at Portage. The Broncos lost in the Royal Bank Cup final by a 2–0 score to the Vernon Vipers BCHL.

The Broncos won the SJHL championship in 2011–12 defeating the Weyburn Red Wings in six games. They went on to beat the Portage Terriers (MJHL) in seven games to win the last Anavet Cup Championship before losing to the Woodstock Slammers (MIJHL) on home ice in the 2012 RBC Cup semi-final 4–3 in overtime.

In 2012–13 the Broncos made it back to the SJHL finals where they lost to the Yorkton Terriers in six games losing 4–3 in the sixth game.

After the 2013–14 season longtime head coach Dean Brockman left the team to take a job as an assistant coach with the Saskatoon Blades of the Western Hockey League. The Broncos eventually hired Ryan Smith (who was the head coach of the Selkirk Steelers of the MJHL) as head coach.

In 2014–15, the Broncos lost to the Weyburn Red Wings in four games in the first round. After the season Smith left the team to take an assistant coaching position with the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League. The Broncos eventually hired Darcy Haugen (who was the head coach of The Peace River Navigators of the Alberta Junior B League and a former assistant coach with the Estevan Bruins) as head coach.

In 2015–16, the Broncos missed the playoffs for the first time since the 1979–80 season, marking the end of a playoff streak longer than the Detroit Red Wings' then active streak of 25 years.

In 2016–17, the Broncos finished 5th overall in the SJHL Standings but were swept by the Nipawin Hawks in the opening round of the SJHL playoffs.

Bus crash[edit]

In 2018, the Broncos had advanced to the SJHL semi-finals, but were trailing in the series against the Nipawin Hawks by 3–1 heading into Game 5 on April 6.[3][4] En route to the game, the Broncos' team bus collided with a semi-truck[5] on Highway 35 near Armley; the local RCMP reported 16 fatalities as a result of the accident, and the game was cancelled.[6][7] The victims included 10 players, two coaches, a statistician, a broadcaster, the bus driver, and an athletic therapist. The remaining passengers, 13 players, received injuries, most of them serious.[8] The president of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Bill Chow, has described the incident as tragic, heart-breaking ..the league's "worst nightmare."[9]

Season-by-season standings[edit]

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) was called the Saskatchewan Amateur Junior Hockey League (SAJHL) until the end of the 1972–73 season.

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1970–71 36 22 14 0 - 258 175 44 4th SJHL Lost to Weyburn in Semi-final
1971–72 44 32 12 0 - 269 169 53[a] 1st SJHL Won League Championship
1972–73 48 29 19 0 - 242 171 58 2nd SJHL North Won League Championship
1973–74 50 25 24 2 - 259 226 52 4th SJHL North
1974–75 57 25 30 2 - 281 258 52 5th SJHL North
1975–76 58 30 25 3 - 272 246 63 3rd SJHL North
1976–77 60 20 38 2 - 235 325 42 4th SJHL North
1977–78 60 34 25 1 - 300 269 69 3rd SJHL North
1978–79 60 31 25 4 - 297 270 66 3rd SJHL North
1979–80 60 23 37 0 - 275 351 46 4th SJHL North DNQ
1980–81 60 39 19 2 - 413 291 80 2nd SJHL North
1981–82 60 30 27 3 - 327 280 63 4th SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1982–83 64 36 26 2 - 297 235 74 3rd SJHL Lost 1st Round
1983–84 64 23 40 1 - 279 317 47 8th SJHL Lost 1st Round
1984–85 64 35 25 4 - 327 232 74 5th SJHL Lost Quarter-final
1985–86 60 56 4 0 - 469 170 112 1st SJHL Won League
1986–87 64 55 9 0 - 454 223 110 1st SJHL Won League, Lost in MCC (Sockeyes)
1987–88 60 51 7 2 - 370 178 104 2nd SJHL
1988–89 64 48 15 1 - 397 270 97 1st SJHL Won League, Won Anavet Cup
1989–90 68 52 14 2 - 352 267 106 1st SJHL Lost Quarter-final
1990–91 68 45 20 3 - 351 267 93 1st SJHL North Lost Final
1991–92 64 37 26 1 - 284 266 75 2nd SJHL North Lost Semi-final
1992–93 64 32 25 7 - 251 251 71 3rd SJHL North Lost Semi-final
1993–94 68 37 25 6 - 273 251 80 3rd SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1994–95 64 21 35 8 - 236 286 50 5th SJHL North Lost 1st Round
1995–96 64 25 32 7 - 194 220 57 4th SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1996–97 64 24 32 8 - 202 231 56 5th SJHL North Lost 1st Round
1997–98 64 31 24 9 - 245 242 71 4th SJHL North Lost 1st Round
1998–99 66 35 28 3 - 248 251 73 3rd SJHL North Lost Final
1999-00 60 28 25 7 - 203 224 63 4th SJHL North Lost Semi-final
2000–01 62 29 25 6 6 208 217 66 4th SJHL Dodge Lost Quarter-final
2001–02 64 38 17 5 4 248 184 85 2nd SJHL Sherwood Lost Final
2002–03 60 39 12 6 3 254 191 87 1st SJHL Won League, Won AC, Won RBC
2003–04 60 35 14 10 1 214 151 81 1st SJHL Lost Semi-final
2004–05 55 27 23 2 3 176 164 59 4th SJHL Sherwood Lost Quarter-final
2005–06 55 18 28 3 6 146 201 45 5th SJHL Sherwood Lost 1st Round
2006–07 58 41 14 0 3 241 173 85 1st SJHL Itech Won League, Lost Anavet Cup (Selkirk Steelers) 4–3
2007–08 58 48 9 - 1 235 113 97 1st SJHL Won League, Won AC, Won RBC
2008–09 56 45 8 - 3 249 130 93 1st SJHL Won League, Won Anavet Cup
2009–10 58 24 26 - 8 160 179 56 9th SJHL Lost Preliminary (La Ronge Ice Wolves) 3–0
2010–11 58 33 24 - 1 216 198 67 5th SJHL Lost Quarter-final (Melfort Mustangs) 4–2
2011–12 58 42 11 - 5 240 145 89 1st SJHL Won League, Won Anavet Cup
2012–13 54 36 14 - 2 185 120 76 T-1st SJHL Lost in SJHL Final 2–4 (Yorkton Terriers)
2013–14 56 31 20 - 1 146 132 67 6th SJHL Lost in 2nd Round 1–4 (Yorkton Terriers)
2014–15 56 24 25 - 7 152 163 55 4th of 4 Vittera
8th of 12 SJHL
Lost Wildcard, 1–3 (Weyburn Red Wings)
2015–16 58 17 36 4 1 165 245 39 4th of 4 Finning
11th of 12 SJHL
DNQ
2016–17 58 31 25 1 1 178 178 64 2nd of 4 Finning
5th of 12 SJHL
Lost Quarterfinals, 0–4 (Nipawin Hawks)
2017–18 58 33 19 3 3 203 165 72 2nd of 4 Global Ag
?th of 12 SJHL
Won Quarterfinals, 4–1 (Melfort Mustangs)
*Semifinals, 1–3 trailing (Nipawin Hawks)[b]
  1. ^ ] 1st SJHL. In the 1971–72 season, teams played 1- and 2-point games, with teams playing between 42 and 44 games each. Teams could win a maximum of 8 points against another team during the season, so if they played the other team only 4 times, all games were two-point games, if they played each other 6 times, however, 4 of the games had a value of one point each, the other two games being worth 2 points each. Humboldt, Melville and Prince Albert all ended up with 32–12 records, but Humboldt won more two-point games and as a result ended with 53 points compared to 51 for Melville and Prince Albert.
  2. ^ On the way to a semifinal game, the Broncos bus collided with a transport truck, killing 16 people.

Playoffs[edit]

  • 1971 Lost Final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Saskatoon Olympics 4-games-to-3
Weyburn Red Wings defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Saskatoon Olympics 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-1 SAJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Dauphin Kings (MJHL) 4-games-to-2 MAN/SASK CHAMPIONS
Red Deer Rustlers (AJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Prince Albert Raiders 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-2 SAJHL CHAMPIONS
Portage Terriers (MJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 3-games-to-2; Humboldt forfeits due to Portage players' roughhouse physical tactics
  • 1974 Lost Quarter-final
Prince Albert Raiders defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1975 DNQ
  • 1976 Lost Quarter-final
Swift Current Broncos defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
  • 1977 Lost Quarter-final
Prince Albert Raiders defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1978 Lost Quarter-final
Swift Current Broncos defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1979 Lost Quarter-final
Swift Current Broncos defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3
  • 1980 DNQ
  • 1981 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Swift Current Broncos 4-games-to-none
Prince Albert Raiders defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1982 Lost Quarter-final
Prince Albert Raiders defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1983 Lost Quarter-final
Moose Jaw Canucks defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1984 Lost Quarter-final
Yorkton Terriers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
  • 1985 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Swift Current Indians 4-games-to-2
Weyburn Red Wings defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Yorkton Terriers 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Swift Current Indians 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-3 SAJHL CHAMPIONS
Winnipeg South Blues (MJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Yorkton Terriers 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Lloydminster Lancers 4-games-to-none SAJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Selkirk Steelers (MJHL) 4-games-to-none ANAVET CUP CHAMPIONS
Richmond Sockeyes (BCJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3
First in Centennial Cup round robin (3–0)
Richmond Sockeyes (BCJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 5–2 in Final
  • 1988 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-1
Yorkton Terriers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Yorkton Terriers 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Nipawin Hawks 4-games-to-1 SJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Winnipeg South Blues (MJHL) 4-games-to-1 ANAVET CUP CHAMPIONS
Vernon Lakers (BCJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
  • 1990 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-1
Yorkton Terriers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
  • 1991 Lost Final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Battlefords North Stars 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Nipawin Hawks 4-games-to-3
Yorkton Terriers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1992 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 4-games-to-1
Melfort Mustangs defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
  • 1993 Lost Quarter-final
Flin Flon Bombers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
  • 1994 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Battlefords North Stars 4-games-to-3
Melfort Mustangs defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1995 Lost Preliminary
Kindersley Klippers defeated Humboldt Broncos 2-games-to-1
  • 1996 Lost Quarter-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 2-games-to-none
Melfort Mustangs defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 1997 Lost Preliminary
Kindersley Klippers defeated Humboldt Broncos 2-games-to-none
  • 1998 Lost Preliminary
Battlefords North Stars defeated Humboldt Broncos 2-games-to-none
  • 1999 Lost Final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Kindersley Klippers 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melfort Mustangs 4-games-to-none
Estevan Bruins defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 2000 Lost Semi-final
Second in round robin (2–2) vs. Kindersley Klippers and Nipawin Hawks
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 4-games-to-none
Battlefords North Stars defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3
  • 2001 Lost Quarter-final
Flin Flon Bombers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
  • 2002 Lost Final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Notre Dame Hounds 4-games-to-1
Kindersley Klippers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melfort Mustangs 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Battlefords North Stars 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-none SJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated OCN Blizzard (MJHL) 4-games-to-1 ANAVET CUP CHAMPIONS
Second in 2003 Royal Bank Cup round robin (2–2)
Humboldt Broncos defeated Wellington Dukes (OPJHL) 3–2 in semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Camrose Kodiaks (AJHL) 3–1 in final ROYAL BANK CUP CHAMPIONS
  • 2004 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Nipawin Hawks 4-games-to-3
Kindersley Klippers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
  • 2005 Lost Quarter-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Weyburn Red Wings 4-games-to-3
Estevan Bruins defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-none
  • 2006 Lost Preliminary
Weyburn Red Wings defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
First in round robin (2–1–1) vs. Battlefords North Stars and Melfort Mustangs
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melfort Mustangs 4-games-to-3
Humboldt Broncos defeated Nipawin Hawks 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-1 SJHL CHAMPIONS
Selkirk Steelers (MJHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3
First in round robin (2–0) vs. Melfort Mustangs and Flin Flon Bombers
Humboldt Broncos defeated Nipawin Hawks 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Kindersley Klippers 4-games-to-3 SJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Portage Terriers (MJHL) 4-games-to-none ANAVET CUP CHAMPIONS
Second in 2008 Royal Bank Cup round robin (2–2)
Humboldt Broncos defeated Cornwall Colts (CJHL) 6–1 in semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Camrose Kodiaks (AJHL) 1–0 in final ROYAL BANK CUP CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Battlefords North Stars 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 4-games-to-none
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melville Millionaires 4-games-to-1 SJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Portage Terriers (MJHL) 4-games-to-3 ANAVET CUP CHAMPIONS
Second in 2009 Royal Bank Cup round robin (2–2)
Humboldt Broncos defeated Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 3–2 OT in semi-final
Vernon Vipers (BCHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 2–0 in final
  • 2010 Lost Preliminary
La Ronge Ice Wolves defeated Humboldt Broncos 3-games-to-none
  • 2011 Lost Quarter-final
Melfort Mustangs defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2"
Humboldt Broncos defeated La Ronge Ice Wolves 4-games-to-0
Humboldt Broncos defeated Battlefords North Stars 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Weyburn Red Wings 4-games-to-2 SJHL CHAMPIONS
Humboldt Broncos defeated Portage Terriers (MJHL) 4-games-to-3 ANAVET CUP CHAMPIONS
First in 2012 Royal Bank Cup round robin (4–0)
Woodstock Slammers (MHL) defeated Humboldt Broncos 4–3 OT in semi-final
  • 2013 Lost Final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melfort Mustangs 4-games-to-1
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 4-games-to-1
Yorkton Terriers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-2
  • 2014 Lost Semi-final
Humboldt Broncos defeated Melfort Mustangs 4-games-to-1
Yorkton Terriers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-1
  • 2015 Lost Wildcard
Weyburn Red Wings defeated Humboldt Broncos 3-games-to–1
  • 2016 DNQ
  • 2017 Lost Quarter-final
Nipawin Hawks defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games–to-0
Humboldt Broncos defeated Flin Flon Bombers 4-games-to-1
Nipawin Hawks were leading Humboldt Broncos 3-games-to-1 when the fatal Broncos bus crash occurred on April 6, 2018 on their way to Game 5.

Retired numbers[edit]

On September 12, 2018, all the uniform numbers of the 29 players/coaches/support staff involved in the April 6, 2018 bus crash were retired by the team.

  • – The numbers worn by Tyler Smith, Derek Patter & Brayden Camrud won't officially be retired until the end of their tenure with the team.
Humboldt Broncos retired numbers
No. Player Position Career No. retirement
3 Xavier Labelle D 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
5 Adam Herold D 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
7 Stephen Wack D 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
9 Graysen Cameron F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
10 Ryan Straschnitzki D 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
11 Jacob Leicht F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
12 Conner Lukan F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
13 Jaxon Joseph F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
14 Bryce Fiske D 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
15* Tyler Smith F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
16 Kaleb Dahlgren F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
17 Evan Thomas F 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
18 Logan Hunter F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
19 Matthieu Gomercic F 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
20 Logan Schatz F 2013–2018 September 12, 2018
21 Nick Shumlanski F 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
23* Derek Patter F 2017–2019 September 12, 2018
24 Morgan Gobeil D 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
26* Brayden Camrud F 2016–2019 September 12, 2018
27 Logan Boulet D 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
28 Layne Matechuk D 2016–2018 September 12, 2018
30 Parker Tobin G 2017–2018 September 12, 2018
31 Jacob Wassermann G 2017–2018 September 12, 2018

NHL alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A look at the Humboldt Broncos". TSN. April 6, 2018. Retrieved April 8, 2018.
  2. ^ "Elgar Petersen Arena". RinkAtlas. April 9, 2018. Retrieved April 9, 2018.
  3. ^ nurun.com. "Hawks win 6–5 in triple overtime thriller". Nipawin Journal. Retrieved 2018-04-07.
  4. ^ Lee, Christopher. "Broncos blow late lead; allow four power play goals to trail by 2 games". Humboldt Journal. Retrieved 2018-04-07.
  5. ^ "'You are in Saskatchewan's hearts':14 confirmed dead in junior hockey team bus crash – CBC News". Retrieved 7 April 2018.
  6. ^ "Deaths, injuries confirmed in hockey team bus crash". CBC News. Retrieved 2018-04-07.
  7. ^ "'There's a lot of tears': Multiple fatalities after semi collides with Humboldt Broncos bus". Saskatoon StarPhoenix. 2018-04-07. Retrieved 2018-04-07.
  8. ^ "Humboldt Broncos bus crash: 10 players, driver, 2 coaches, volunteer, broadcaster confirmed dead". The StarPhoenix. Retrieved April 10, 2018.
  9. ^ "15 dead in Canadian junior hockey bus crash". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2018-04-08.
  10. ^ Chase, Kelly (April 26, 2018). "For Humboldt". The Players' Tribune-Hockey. The Players' Tribune. Retrieved April 30, 2018.

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Preceded by
Halifax Exports
Royal Bank Cup Champions
2003
Succeeded by
Aurora Tigers
Preceded by
Aurora Tigers
Royal Bank Cup Champions
2008
Succeeded by
Vernon Vipers