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Bowmanville Eagles
Bowmanville Eagles
Central Division Hockey
City Bowmanville, Ontario
Founded Prior to 1971
Division East
Head Coach Dan West
General Manager Percy Harding
Arena G.B. Rickard Arena Complex
Team Colors Orange, Black, and White
Affiliate Team(s) Port Perry Mojacks
Clarington Toros
Royal Bank Cups none
Dudley Hewitt Cups none
Buckland Trophies none
Schmalz Cups 1979 and 1981

The Bowmanville Eagles were a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada. They ceased at the Jr.A level in 2010 when they merged with the Cobourg Cougars.

HistoryEdit

The team has been known as the Bowmanville Eagles since 1978. Prior to this they were known as the Bowmanville Red Eagles. The team was a member of the Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League early on. The Eagles won the Clarence Schmalz Cup as Ontario Hockey Association Junior "C" Champions in 1981. Past 1987, the Eagles enjoyed 8 straight winning seasons and 4 league championships. After their 3rd straight league title in 1995, the Eagles under the guidance of Mike Laing, the General Manager and eventual owner during the winning years of the 1990s, made the jump to the OPJHL. The team was sold by Mike Laing mid season in 1998 to new owners from Whitby, Ontario.

From 1995 until 2003, the Eagles achieved moderate results, never pushing much further than a barely winning record. Since 2003, the Eagles have put together 4 straight dominant seasons.

In 2010, as part of the OPJHL's efforts to reduce the number of franchises, the team merged with the nearby Cobourg Cougars.

Season-by-Season ResultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1987-88 32 27 4 1 - 242 122 55 2nd COJCHL
1988-89 40 21 12 7 - 206 152 49 3rd COJCHL
1989-90 36 27 7 2 - 241 136 56 1st COJCHL Won League
1990-91 36 18 14 4 - 168 165 40 3rd COJCHL
1991-92 34 20 11 2 1 184 165 43 3rd COJCHL
1992-93 40 25 13 1 1 242 173 52 2nd COJCHL Won League
1993-94 30 22 7 1 0 160 103 45 1st COJCHL Won League
1994-95 36 31 4 0 1 220 116 63 1st COJCHL Won League
1995-96 50 23 23 4 - 200 212 53 10th OPJHL
1996-97 51 15 31 5 - 215 285 37 16th OPJHL
1997-98 51 27 19 5 0 210 178 59 10th OPJHL
1998-99 51 18 23 6 4 188 206 46 24th OPJHL
1999-00 49 19 24 6 0 188 208 44 22nd OPJHL
2000-01 49 19 21 7 2 187 181 47 25th OPJHL
2001-02 49 15 23 7 4 159 174 41 25th OPJHL
2002-03 49 19 24 5 1 163 178 44 24th OPJHL
2003-04 49 31 10 4 4 218 147 70 4th OPJHL
2004-05 49 34 12 3 0 159 97 71 7th OPJHL
2005-06 49 39 5 5 0 255 95 83 2nd OPJHL Lost League SF
2006-07 49 39 6 3 1 248 125 82 2nd OPJHL Lost Conf. SF
2007-08 49 21 18 - 10 135 145 52 19th OPJHL
2008-09 49 24 20 - 5 162 160 53 4th OJ-Rud
2009-10 50 32 13 - 5 181 132 69 1st CCHL-E Lost Final

Clarence Schmalz Cup AppearancesEdit

1971: Dresden Jr. Kings defeated Bowmanville Red Eagles 4-games-to-3
1977: Essex 73's defeated Bowmanville Red Eagles 4-games-to-2
1978: Essex 73's defeated Bowmanville Red Eagles 4-games-to-1
1979: Bowmanville Eagles defeated Kincardine Kinucks 4-games-to-none
1981: Bowmanville Eagles defeated Essex 73's 4-games-to-2
1982: Flamborough Colts defeated Bowmanville Eagles 7-1 in round robin final
1995: Belle River Canadiens defeated Bowmanville Eagles 4-games-to-none

Notable alumniEdit

External linksEdit


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