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|City:||Iroquois Falls, Ontario|
|League:||Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Jus Jordan Arena|
|Head Coach:||Paul Gagne|
|General Manager:||Paul Gagne|
|1991-1999:||Timmins Golden Bears|
|1999-2002:||Iroquois Falls Jr. Eskis|
The Timmins Golden Bears became members of the NOJHA in 1991. The Golden Bears won their league championship in 1995. In 1999, the Timmins Golden Bears relocated to Iroquois Falls, Ontario and became the Iroquois Falls Jr. Eskies. After 3 seasons, the Jr. Eskies re-branded as the Abitibi Eskimos. Attendance improved and the Eskimos played good-quality hockey. The Eskimos hosted the 2007 Dudley Hewitt Cup, but lost the semi-finals to the Schreiber Diesels. Three years later in 2009-10, the Eskimos clinched first overall and won the NOJHL championship over the Soo Thunderbirds, who were hosting the Dudley-Hewitt Cup. The Eskimos were gunning to make the Royal Bank Cup, but finished 4th. The Eskimos never made the.NOJHL finals again.
In March 2015, the Abitibi Eskimos announced they were relocating back to Timmins after 16 years in Iroquois Falls. When the Eskimos announced they were moving, the Mattawa Blackhawks left the small town without junior hockey for next season as they filled the void and became the Iroquois Falls Eskimos.
|Timmins Golden Bears|
|1992-93||48||42||4||2||-||407||176||86||1st NOJHL||Lost Final|
|1994-95||48||39||9||0||-||303||165||78||1st NOJHL||Won League|
|Iroquois Falls Jr. Eskis|
|2004-05||48||30||13||4||1||201||148||65||2nd NOJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2005-06||48||20||24||3||1||174||190||44||5th NOJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2006-07||48||26||16||0||6||177||174||58||3rd NOJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2007-08||50||31||14||-||5||224||157||94||2nd NOJHL||Lost Final|
|2008-09||50||29||17||-||4||198||166||62||3rd NOJHL||Lost Semi-Final|
|2009-10||50||40||7||-||3||263||141||83||1st NOJHL||Won League|
|2010-11||50||26||23||-||1||216||217||53||5th NOJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2011-12||50||28||18||-||4||241||222||60||4th NOJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2012-13||48||14||31||0||3||165||258||31||7th NOJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2013-14||56||30||22||0||4||212||212||64||4th NOJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2014-15||52||28||20||0||4||243||233||60||4th of 5 East|
6 of 9 NOJHL
|Lost Div. Semi-final, 2-4 (Crunch)|
|2015-16||54||29||24||1||0||257||219||59||4th of 6 East|
6 of 12 NOJHL
|Lost Div. Semi-final|
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