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|100 Mile House Wranglers|
|City||100 Mile House, British Columbia|
|League||Kootenay International Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||South Cariboo Rec Centre|
|Colors||Navy, Gold, Aluminum Silver and White |
|General manager||Dale Hladun|
|Head coach||Dale Hladun|
|Championships||2016 Cyclone Taylor Cup Champions 2016 KIJHL Champions|
|2013-present||100 Mile House Wranglers|
The 100 Mile House Wranglers are a junior 'B' ice hockey team based in 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the Doug Birks Division of the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL). The Wranglers play their home games at South Cariboo Rec Centre. Tom Bachynski is the team's governor and Dale Hladun is the general manager and coach. They are captained by forward Devan Suidy.
The Wranglers joined the league in 2013 as a relocated team. The franchise originally started as the Summerland Sting in 2001, then relocated to Penticton as the Penticton Lakers in 2009. The Lakers' short-lived era would come to an end, when they relocated prior to the 2013-14 season, to 100 Mile House to become the Wranglers. In its short KIJHL history, the team has won the Cyclone Taylor Cup and the KIJHL Championship once, in 2016. They won one division playoff title as a member of the Doug Birks Division from 2013-2016 and one conference playoff title as a member of the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference from 2013-2016.
2001–09: Summerland StingEdit
The start of the new expansion franchise saw the Sting finish 3rd in the Okanagan Shuswap Division in their first year (2001-02 season) and lost to the Revelstoke Grizzlies, 0-4 in the Division Semifinals. In the Sting's eight year existence, they never advanced past the second round. Due to poor records and attendance, they were relocated prior to the start of the 2009-10 season to Penticton, to become the Penticton Lakers.
2009–2013: Penticton LakersEdit
The newly relocated Lakers finished 6th in the Okanagan Division (2009-10 season) and lost 0-3, to the Sicamous Eagles, in the Division Semifinals. The Lakers failed to advance to the Division Finals (second round) in their three-year existence and were eventually relocated to 100 Mile House, to become the Wranglers, because of poor results and attendance.
2013–present: 100 Mile House WranglersEdit
The Wranglers finished third in the Doug Birks Division as a new relocated team, consequently making the playoffs in their first year in the KIJHL, facing the second seeded-team in their division, the Chase Heat; to whom they lost to, 0-4. The following season, the Wranglers finished third in their division again and also faced the Heat for the second consecutive time in the Division Semifinals.
In the 2015-16 season, the Wranglers finished atop the Shushwap Division, and defeated the Revelstoke Grizzlies in the opening round. They would win the Division title against Chase, defeating the Heat 4-2. They would advance to play the Summerland Steam in the Conference final.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, D = Defaults, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|2013-14||52||23||21||0||—||8||54||159||176||3rd, Doug Birks||Lost in Division Finals, 0-4 (Storm)|
|2014-15||52||26||21||0||—||5||57||157||161||3rd, Doug Birks||Lost in Division Finals, 1-4 (Storm)|
|2015-16||52||33||12||3||—||4||73||177||125||1st, Doug Birks|| KIJHL Champions, 4-1 (Dynamiters)|
Cyclone Taylor Cup Champions ((5-4)) (Cougars)
|Season||Division Semifinals||Division Finals||Conference Finals||KIJHL Championship|
|2013-14||W, 4-1, Chase||L, 0-4, Kamloops||—||—|
|2014-15||W, 4-2, Chase||L, 1-4, Kamloops||—||—|
|2015-16||W, 4-0, Revelstoke||W, 4-2, Chase||W, 4-1, Summerland||W, 4-1, Kimberley|
Cyclone Taylor CupEdit
British Columbia Jr B Provincial Championships
|Year||Round Robin||Record||Place|| Semi|
|Bronze Medal Game||Gold Medal Game|
|2016|| L, Victoria Cougars 2-4|
W, Mission City Outlaws 2-1
W, Campbell River 4-3
|2-1-0||2nd of 4||n/a||n/a||W, Victoria Cougars 5-4|
CYLCONE TAYLOR CUP Champions
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.
|Season||Round Robin||Record||Standing||SemiFinal||Bronze Medal Game||Gold Medal Game|
|2016||?, Thunder Bay - Ont 0-0|
?, Regina - Sask 0-0
?, Peace River - Alta 0-0
?, Peguis - Man 0-0
?, Saskatoon - Sask 0-0
|0-0-0||tbd of 6||n/a||n/a||n/a|
- Official website of the 100 Mile House Wranglers
- Official website of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League
- Official website of the Cyclone Taylor Cup
- Official website of the Keystone Cup
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