|City||Kelowna, British Columbia|
|League||British Columbia Hockey League|
|Home Arena||Kelowna Memorial Arena|
|Colours||Red, Black, and White|
- Kelowna Packers 1985 - 1989
- Kelowna Spartans 1989 - 1995
In 1993, the Spartans won the BCJHL title, and moved on to the Mowat Cup for the British Columbia title and defeated the Williams Lake Mustangs of the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League 3-games-to-none. They faced the Olds Grizzlys of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, winning the Doyle Cup 4-games-to-1 to earn a birth to the Centennial Cup.
At the Centennial Cup 1993, the Spartans first defeated the Chateauguay Elites of the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League 8-3. In game two, they defeated the Antigonish Bulldogs of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League 10-4. In game three, they beat the host Amherst Ramblers, also of the MJAHL, 5-2. In the final game of the round robin, they beat the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League 4-3, to finish the round perfect and won the Abbott Cup. In the semi-final, the Spartans beat the Bulldogs again, 4-1, to earn a birth into the Final. They won that final 7-2 against the Quebec Champions of the LHJAAAQ to win their only National Title.
In 1994, the Spartans again won the league again. At the Mowat Cup, the Spartans beat the RMJHL representatives, the Kimberley Dynamiters, 3-games-to-0. In the Doyle Cup, for the second straight year they played the Olds Grizzlys but lost this time 4-games-to-2.
Even though they lost to Olds, they were automatically given a berth in the 1994 Centennial Cup as Olds was the host team. They started it off with a 5-2 victory over the SJHL's Weyburn Red Wings. In game two, Kelowna beat the Antigonish Bulldogs 5-4. The third game put them up again against Olds, but again losing to them 5-2. In game four, the Spartans beat the Chateauguay Elites 9-6 to clinch second place in the Round Robin. In the Semi-final, they again faced the Elites and beat them 3-1 to earn a birth to the Final. The final was against the Grizzlies and the Spartans pushed them to the brink. In the end, the Grizzlies came out on top in overtime, winning 5-4.
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1985-86||52||40||12||0||-||381||239||80||2nd BCJHL Interior||Lost Semi-final|
|1986-87||52||45||5||2||-||396||177||92||1st BCJHL Interior||Lost Final|
|1987-88||52||28||22||2||-||286||224||58||2nd BCJHL Interior||Lost Quarter-final|
|1988-89||60||24||34||2||-||277||297||50||4th BCJHL Interior||Lost Quarter-final|
|1989-90||57||25||29||3||-||243||248||53||2nd BCJHL Interior||Lost Semi-final Round Robin|
|1990-91||60||38||18||4||-||297||248||80||2nd BCJHL Interior||Lost Quarter-final|
|1991-92||60||41||18||1||-||302||251||83||1st BCJHL Interior||Lost Quarter-final|
|1992-93||60||46||12||2||-||348||209||94||1st BCJHL Interior||Won League, Won Mowat Cup, Won Doyle Cup,
Won Abbott Cup, Won Centennial Cup
|1993-94||60||44||10||6||-||364||234||94||1st BCJHL Interior||Won League, Won Mowat Cup|
|1994-95||60||40||15||5||-||333||216||85||2nd BCJHL Interior||Lost Semi-final|
Thunder Bay Flyers
|Centennial Cup Champions