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Blind River Beavers
Blind River Beavers Logo 2014
City: Blind River, Ontario
League: Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League
Division: Western
Founded: 1966 (1966)
Home Arena: Blind River Community Centre
Colors: Black, Red, and White
Head Coach: Jim Capy
General Manager: Jim Capy

The Blind River Beavers are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Blind River, Ontario, Canada. They are a part of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League.

Elliot Lake Vikings 1966 - 1997
Elliot Lake Ice 1997 - 1999
Nickel Centre Barons 1999 - 2000
Blind River Barons 2000 - 2001
Blind River Beavers 2001 to Present

HistoryEdit

The Beavers first began junior hockey life as the Elliot Lake Vikings of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, purchased by Iain Mills. In 1999, the team's owner picked up his franchise and moved it to Nickel Centre, Ontario. They only played one season in Nickel Centre and again it was not a good one. Again in 2000, the team was moved by Mills and assistant general manager Brent Cooper, but this time to Blind River. They celebrated their franchise's first winning record since 1998-99 during the 2004-05 season.

Blind River Beavers

Season-by-Season ResultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1981-82 42 24 13 5 - 281 205 53 2nd NOJHL
1982-83 42 26 10 6 - 272 184 58 2nd NOJHL Won League
1983-84 40 25 11 4 - 359 223 54 2nd NOJHL
1984-85 40 12 26 2 - 199 293 26 5th NOJHL
1985-86 41 18 20 3 - 287 257 39 4th NOJHL
1986-87 37 11 23 3 - 211 255 25 3rd NOJHL
1987-88 40 22 14 4 - 227 219 48 2nd NOJHL Lost Final
1988-89 40 25 10 5 - 274 202 55 3rd NOJHL
1989-90 40 19 17 4 - 259 242 42 3rd NOJHL
1990-91 40 10 30 0 - 161 330 20 5th NOJHL
1991-92 48 1 47 0 - 122 708 2 7th NOJHL
1992-93 48 5 43 0 - 178 471 10 7th NOJHL
1993-94 40 6 33 1 - 133 331 13 6th NOJHL
1994-95 48 13 30 5 - 202 306 31 6th NOJHL
1995-96 44 4 37 3 - 143 299 11 6th NOJHL
1996-97 40 6 33 1 - 125 223 13 5th NOJHL
1997-98 40 5 34 1 - 133 290 11 5th NOJHL
1998-99 40 21 17 2 - 156 130 44 3rd NOJHL
1999-00 40 4 35 1 - 110 279 9 6th NOJHL
2000-01 40 6 33 1 0 121 317 13 7th NOJHL
2001-02 42 3 39 0 0 106 414 6 7th NOJHL
2002-03 48 8 38 2 - 163 357 18 6th NOJHL
2003-04 48 14 31 1 2 172 266 31 7th NOJHL
2004-05 48 27 18 2 1 208 172 57 4th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2005-06 48 13 33 0 2 140 209 28 6th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2006-07 48 26 18 0 4 201 180 56 4th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2007-08 50 25 20 - 5 189 194 74 5th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2008-09 50 25 21 - 4 188 182 54 5th NOJHL Lost Semifinal
2009–10 50 29 14 7 239 205 65 4th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2010–11 50 25 21 4 223 199 54 4th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2011–12 50 8 40 2 117 276 18 7th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2012–13 48 13 27 2 6 178 226 34 5th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2013–14 56 10 42 0 4 127 281 24 8th NOJHL Lost Quarterfinal
2014–15 52 0 51 0 1 98 366 1 4th of 4, West
9th of 9, NOJHL
Lost Div. Semifinal
2015–16 54104004139326246th of 6, West
11th of 12, NOJHL
Did not qualify

Notable alumniEdit

External linksEdit


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