Peguis Juniors

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Peguis Juniors
Peguis Juniors 2011.jpg
City Peguis, Manitoba
League Keystone Junior Hockey League
Division North
Founded 1994 (1994)
Home arena Peguis Multiplex
Colours Black, red, white
              
Owner(s) Community owned (Peguis First Nation)
General manager Patrick McKay
Head coach Mike Spence
Website http://www.peguisfirstnation.ca/category/sports/
Franchise history
1994 - 2006 Peguis Juniors
2006 - 2009 Two Nations River Hawks
2009–present Peguis Juniors

The Peguis Juniors are a Junior 'B' ice hockey team based in Fisher River, Manitoba. They are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL). The franchise was founded in 1994.

History[edit]

In 2006, Fisher River Cree Nation partnered with Peguis for three seasons. The team was renamed Two Nations River Hawks.

The Juniors played in the Peguis Arena, but sadly in the early morning of February 19, 2007 the arena was lost to fire.

After the fire the Juniors looked for a new arena to play their home games and from 2007-2011 the team played all their home games at the Fisher Branch Arena in Fisher Branch, Manitoba.

In 2011-2012 season, they played all their home games in Fisher River, Manitoba at the Fisher River Arena.

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

Records as of April 10, 2011.

Season League GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1994-95 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 5th Lost Quarter Finals
1995-96 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Won League
1996-97 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Lost Finals
1997-98 MJBHL 32 27 5 0 0 239 137 54 1st Won League
1998-99 MJBHL 32 17 14 1 0 204 177 35 4th Lost Quarter Finals
1999-00 MJBHL 32 19 12 1 0 207 183 39 3rd Lost Quarter Finals
2000-01 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 3rd Lost Semi Finals
2001-02 MJBHL 36 21 14 0 1 199 157 43 3rd Lost Semi Finals
2002-03 MJBHL 32 18 12 1 1 183 131 38 4th Lost Semi Finals
2003-04 MJBHL 33 19 13 0 1 154 129 39 3rd Lost Semi Finals
2004-05 KJHL 36 17 14 0 5 191 192 39 4th Lost Semi Finals
2005-06 KJHL 36 17 18 0 1  ?  ? 35 5th Lost Semi Finals
2006-07 KJHL 40 19 19 - 2 198 229 40 5th Lost Semi Finals
2007-08 KJHL 40 16 24 0 0 175 219 32 7th Lost Quarter Finals
2008-09 KJHL 36 12 17 0 7 138 160 31 6th Lost Quarter Finals
2009-10 KJHL 32 21 10 - 1 196 147 43 3rd Lost Semi Finals
2010-11 KJHL 32 16 10 1 5 184 144 38 5th Lost Quarter Finals
2011-12 KJHL 36 17 16 0 3 172 188 37 5th Lost Quarter Finals
2012-13 KJHL 36 33 2 0 1 282 128 67 1st Won League
Keystone Cup 3-2 Round Robin
lost Bronze Medal Game
2013-14 KJHL 34 29 3 0 2 240 106 60 1 of 4 North
1 of 8 overall
Lost Divisional Finals
2014-15 KJHL 32 22 9 0 1 242 156 45 2nd of 9 Won Quarter Finals, 3-1 (North Stars)
Won Semi Finals, 4-0 (Storm)
Lost League Finals, 3-4 (Fishermen)
2015-16 KJHL 34 28 4 0 2 295 118 58 1st of 5 North
1st of 10 overall
Won Semi Finals, 3-0 (North Stars)
Won Div. Finals (4-2) (Storm)
Won League Finals 4-0 (Fishermen)
2016-17 KJHL 34 23 10 0 1 248 164 47 2nd of 3 Central
5th of 10 KJHL
Won Quarters, 3-1 (Fishermen
Won Semi Finals, 4-3 (Warriors)
Won League Finals, 4-2 (Ice Dawgs

Keystone Cup history[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
2013 W, St. Malo 10-4
L, Saskatoon 2-3
W, Thunder Bay 3-2
W, Okotoks 5-3
L, Richmond 1-8
3-2-0 3rd of 6 L, Okotoks Bisons 4-11 did not qualify
2016 L, North Peace 3-7
L, Regina 5-9
L, Saskatoon 2-9
L, 100 Mile House 3-9
W, Thunder Bay 8-4
1-5-0 5th of 6 did not qualify did not qualify
2017 L, Arborg 2-7
W, Nipigon 4-3
L, Regina 0-10
T, Wainwright 5-5
L, Beaver Valley 2-8
1-5-1 5th of 6 did not qualify did not qualify

Team Information[edit]

Roster[edit]

As of Thursday, May 16, 2013.

# PLAYER POS S/G AGE BIRTHDATE BIRTHPLACE
19  Jordan Anderson F    Pinaymootag, MB
10  Matthew Cameron F    Peguis, MB
11  Dallas Cochrane    
89  Jarrett Cochrane F    Fisher River, MB
7  Ralph Cochrane D    Peguis, MB
35  Ryan Delorme G    The Pas, MB
11  Preston Folster F    Norway House, MB
87  Wayne Folster F    Norway House, MB
20  Patrick Kirkness D    Fisher River, MB
97  Presley Kirkness F    Fisher River, MB
18  Tyler McKay F    Ebb & Flow, MB
1  Shane McPherson G    Peguis, MB
8  Cole Murdock D    Fisher River, MB
16  Waylon Neault F    Fisher Branch, MB
2  Aaron Sinclair F    Peguis, MB
17  Evan Spence D    Peguis, MB
18  Alex Sutherland    
77  Dwight Sutherland "A" F    Peguis, MB
88  Grant Sutherland "A" D    Peguis, MB
22  Joseph Sutherland D    Peguis, MB
12  Spencer Sutherland "C" F    Peguis, MB
55  Skylar Tait-Reaume F    Norway House, MB
14  Cody Zulyniak F    Winnipeg, MB

Franchise records[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

These are the top-ten point, goal, and assist scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed KJHL regular season.

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; G/G = Goals per game; A/G = Assists per game

Single-season leaders[edit]

  • Most goals in a season: Skylar Tait-Reaume, 51 (2012–13)
  • Most assists in a season: Dwight Sutherland, 52 (2012–13)
  • Most points in a season: Skylar Tait-Reaume, 93 (2012–13)
  • Most penalty minutes in a season: Presley Kirkness, 181 (2012–13)
  • Most goals in a season, defenceman: Cole Murdock, 14 (2012–13)
  • Most points in a season, defenceman: Cole Murdock, 36 (2012–13)
  • Most goals in a season, rookie:
  • Most assists in a season, rookie:
  • Most points in a season, rookie:
  • Most wins in a season: Ryan Delorme, 21 (2012–13)
  • Most shutouts in a season:Bobby Lavis 5

Team Captains[edit]

  • Spencer Sutherland, 2012–present
  • Jarrett Cochrane, 2011–2012
  • Derrick Sinclair, 2009-2011
  • Neil Stevenson, 2007-2008
  • Mervin Garson, 2004-2007
  • Allan Thompson 1999-2004

Coaches[edit]

  • Farron Cochrane, 2004–Present

External links[edit]