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This is the 1989-90 Durham Huskies season as members of the Northern Senior A Hockey League.

StatisticsEdit

  • Regular Season: 3rd overall in NSAHL (16-5-0, 148 GF - 72 GA)
  • Playoffs: Lost Semi-final (3-4, 24 GF - 25 GA)

RosterEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Opponents

Schedule

10/20/1989 - Durham 12 @ Honeywood 4
10/22/1989 - Elora 7 @ Durham 2
10/27/1989 - Durham 6 @ Lakeshore 10
11/03/1989 - Durham 13 @ Camp Borden 0
11/05/1989 - Lakeshore 3 @ Durham 4
11/10/1989 - Durham 5 @ Shelburne 3
11/17/1989 - Durham 2 @ Elora 1
11/19/1989 - Creemore 4 @ Durham 9
11/24/1989 - Durham 1 @ Harriston 5
11/26/1989 - Camp Borden 1 @ Durham 13
12/01/1989 - Honeywood 3 @ Durham 11
12/03/1989 - Shelburne 2 @ Durham 9
12/08/1989 - Harriston 2 @ Durham 5
12/15/1989 - Durham 5 @ Shelburne 3
12/17/1989 - Harriston 6 @ Durham 1
12/29/1989 - Honeywood 3 @ Durham 12
01/12/1990 - Durham 4 @ Elora 6
01/14/1990 - Durham 5 @ Honeywood 3
01/21/1990 - Shelburne 1 @ Durham 6
01/27/1990 - Durham 9 @ Creemore 5
01/28/1990 - Durham 12 @ Camp Borden 2
02/02/1990 - Durham @ Harriston
02/03/1990 - Durham @ Lakeshore

No games were reported after the February 28th game again until March 7th, 1990.

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

It is unclear due to poor game reporting if the Huskies played in a Quarter-final round or possibly had a bye through it.

Semi-final

Harriston Blues defeated Durham Huskies 4-games-to-3
02/28/1990 - Durham 2 @ Harriston 4
03/02/1990 - Harriston 0 @ Durham 4
03/04/1990 - Durham 7 @ Harriston 8
03/09/1990 - Harriston 2 @ Durham 4
03/10/1990 - Durham 1 @ Harriston 4
03/11/1990 - Harriston 3 @ Durham 6
03/14/1990 - Durham 0 @ Harriston 4

SourcesEdit

  • Collected by Devan Mighton through The Durham Chronicle made available by the Canadian National Archives.

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