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|Central Division Hockey|
|Founded||Prior to 1971|
|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|
|Royal Bank Cups||none|
|Dudley Hewitt Cups||none|
|Schmalz Cups||1979 and 1981|
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.
|1989-90||36||27||7||2||-||241||136||56||1st COJCHL||Won League|
|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|
|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|
|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
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