|City||Humphrey, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League|
|Home arena||Humphrey Arena|
|Colours||Black, burgundy, and white
|Owner(s)||Jack Sports Group|
|General manager||Martin Jansson (2015–16)|
|Head coach||Doug Raymond (2017–18)|
|Media||Moose FM / Metroland Media|
On September 14, 2013, the Huskies played their first game as a franchise, traveling to Bracebridge, Ontario, to play the second year Bracebridge Phantoms. At 3:46 into the first period, Connor Scott scored the first goal in franchise history. Tanner Emerson made 28 saves to earn the team's first victory, a 15–3 romp of the Phantoms. On September 15, 2013, the Huskies played their first home game. They hosted and defeated the Phantoms 10–4. Kevin Munge scored the first home goal in team history along with totaling three goals and two assists on the night, while Tanner Emerson picked up the win with 36 saves. The Huskies finished their inaugural season 39–1–2.
In 2017, the team owners merged one of their other teams, the Parry Sound Islanders, into the Huskies for the 2017–18 season. The owners also made the Islanders' head coach Doug Raymond the new Huskies head coach.
|Season||GP||W||L||T||OTL||GF||GA||Pts||Regular Season Finish||Playoffs|
|2013–14||42||39||1||—||2||295||106||80||1st of 20, GMHL||Won Div. Quarter-finals, 3–0 (Bucks)
Won Div. Semi-finals, 3–0 (Aces)
Lost League Semi-finals, 0–4 (Rattlers)
|2014–15||42||34||7||—||1||319||97||69||2nd of 10, North Div.
5th of 22, GMHL
|Won Div. Semi-finals, 3–0 (Islanders)
Won Conf. Semi-finals, 3–1 (Shield)
Won League Semi-finals, 4–0 (Attack)
Lost League Finals, 1–4 (Titans)
|2015–16||42||19||20||0||3||206||160||41||5th of 10, North Div.
17th of 30, GMHL
|Lost Div. Quarter-finals, 0–3 (Islanders)|
|2016–17||42||13||28||0||1||153||290||27||10th of 10, North Div.
18th of 21, GMHL
|Lost 1st Rd Qualifying Game, 5–6 (Lynx)|
|2017–18||42||9||32||0||1||161||251||19||9th of 9, North Div.
20th of 21, GMHL
|Lost 8th Pl. Qualifying Game, 5–6 OT (Shield)|
- "RAYMOND NAMED HC OF HUSKIES". Seguin Huskies. September 1, 2017.