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Aylmer Spitfires
Aylmer Spitfires
Provincial Junior Hockey League
City Aylmer, Ontario
Founded 1974
Division Yeck
Franchise history 1974-1985: Tillsonburg Mavericks
1985-1991: Tillsonburg Titans
1991-2002: Aylmer Aces
2003-Pres: Aylmer Spitfires
Head Coach Mark Steele
General Manager Greg Thompson (2014-15)
Arena East Elgin Community Complex
Team Colors Red, Yellow, and White


The Aylmer Spitfires are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Aylmer, Ontario, Canada. They are playing in the Provincial Junior Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

The franchise began in Tilsonburg, Ontario as a Junior B team in 1974, first known as the Mavericks, then as the Titans from 1985 to 1991. In 1991, the franchise was moved to Aylmer and was named the Aylmer Aces. In 2003, the team dropped to Junior C as the Aylmer Spitfires.

In 2013, the Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League and the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League realigned, sending the Spitfires into the SOJHL.[1]

Season-by-Season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1976-77 38 23 15 0 - 226 208 46 2nd SWJBHL
1977-78 40 7 32 1 - 129 268 15 6th SWJBHL DNQ
1978-79 42 8 30 4 - 199 287 20 8th GHJHL
1979-80 41 16 16 9 - -- -- 41 3rd NJC-W
1980-81 32 5 21 6 - -- -- 16 8th NJC-W
1981-82 32 8 23 1 - -- -- 17 4th NJC-W
1982-83 36 8 25 3 - -- -- 19 6th NJC-W
1983-84 30 7 18 5 - -- -- 19 5th NJC-W
1984-85 32 9 18 3 - 118 153 21 4th SWJCHL
1985-86 42 7 32 3 - 155 260 17 8th WOJHL DNQ
1986-87 42 9 29 4 - 177 279 22 7th WOJHL DNQ
1987-88 42 6 32 1 3 157 305 16 8th WOJHL DNQ
1988-89 42 1 39 1 1 100 384 4 8th WOJHL DNQ
1989-90 39 4 32 2 1 132 294 11 9th WOJHL DNQ
1990-91 48 3 42 2 1 135 294 9 9th WOJHL DNQ
1991-92 48 12 33 1 2 137 254 27 5th WOJHL East DNQ
1992-93 52 21 25 3 3 -- -- 48 4th WOJHL East Lost Quarter-final
1993-94 51 19 29 2 1 211 260 41 3rd WOJHL East Lost Quarter-final
1994-95 52 32 18 0 2 296 223 66 3rd WOJHL East Lost Semi-final
1995-96 50 30 17 2 1 274 204 63 1st WOJHL East Lost Quarter-final
1996-97 51 24 22 2 3 220 221 53 4th WOJHL East Lost Quarter-final
1997-98 52 24 26 1 1 244 259 50 3rd WOJHL East Lost Quarter-final
1998-99 51 8 41 0 2 152 344 18 5th WOJHL East Lost Semi-final
1999-00 54 10 36 0 8 154 271 28 9th GOHL DNQ
2000-01 54 23 30 0 1 195 228 47 8th GOHL Lost Quarter-final
2001-02 54 2 51 1 0 100 408 5 10th GOHL DNQ
2002-03 Did Not Participate
2003-04 36 12 19 2 2 116 142 28 8th NJCHL
2004-05 36 19 14 2 1 133 112 41 5th NJCHL
2005-06 36 20 14 2 0 155 135 42 5th NJCHL Lost Quarter-final
2006-07 36 23 10 2 1 166 129 49 5th NJCHL Lost Quarter-final
2007-08 36 23 10 1 2 197 132 49 1st NJCHL Lost Final
2008-09 36 21 12 - 3 154 127 45 5th NJCHLLost Semi Final
2009-10 36 12 20 - 4 124 158 28 10th NJCHLLost Quarter Final
2010-11 36 18 12 - 6 130 114 42 7th NJCHL Lost Semi Final
2011-12 36 15 15 - 6 142 136 36 6th NJCHL Lost Semi Final
2012-13 38 12 22 - 4 125 179 28 5th NJC-W
2013-14 40 20 20 - 0 148 167 40 6th SOJHL Lost Quarter-final
2014-15 40 10 28 - 2 128 184 22 8th SOJHL Lost Quarter - 3-4 - (Lancers)
2015-16 40 26 14 0 - 176 133 52 3rd of 9 SOJHL Won Quarter - 4-0 - (Trojans)
Lost Semifinals 0-4 (Hawks)
2016-17 40 25 13 2 - 163 142 52 3rd of 9
Yeck Div - PJHL
Won Div. Quarter - 4-0 - (Sailors)
Won Div Semifinal 4-0 (Hawks)
Lost Div Final 3-4 (Dolphins)

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