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Brampton Bombers
Brampton Bombers
City: Brampton, Ontario, Canada
League: Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League
Division: Mid-Western
Founded: 1973
Home Arena: Powerade Centre
Colors: Burgundy, Yellow, and White
              
Owner(s): David Arsenault
General Manager: Dana Baker
Head Coach: Nic Martins
Affiliates: Orangeville Flyers (OJHL)
Fergus Devils (GMOHL)
Franchise history
1973-1976: Owen Sound Salvagemen
1976-1977: Owen Sound Steelers
1977-1980: Owen Sound Kings
1980-1983: Owen Sound Mercurys
1983-2000: Owen Sound Greys
2000-2006: Owen Sound-Saugeen Shores Greys
2006-2012: Owen Sound Greys
2012-Present: Brampton Bombers

The Brampton Bombers are a Canadian Junior ice hockey club based in Brampton, Ontario. The team was originally founded as the Owen Sound Salvagemen of the Northern Junior D Hockey League in 1973 but gained prominence as the Owen Sound Greys by winning the 1987 Ontario Junior Hockey League championship.[1] The Greys relocated to Brampton in the Spring of 2012.[2]

HistoryEdit

The history of the Owen Sound Greys dates back to just before World War I. The original Greys won the 1924 Memorial Cup and the 1927 Memorial Cup before falling back to Junior B for much of the next half century. In 1961, the Greys would make their only appearance in the Ontario Junior B final, losing the Sutherland Cup in four-straight-games to the St. Michael's Buzzers. In 1975, the Greys jumped up to Tier II Junior A as members of the Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League. The league and the team folded in 1977. In the background a team known as the Owen Sound Salvagemen (and briefly the Steelers) were climbing up to replace them. The Salvagemen started off with a season of Junior D and bumped up to the Central Junior C Hockey League for their second season. After both seasons, the Salvagemen entered the Ontario Hockey Association "Super Junior C" playdowns. Both years the Salvagemen would drop the final to the Central Junior C League's Woodstock Navy-Vets.

Owen Sound Kings (after 1977) would spend from 1975 until 1978 in the Mid-Ontario Junior B Hockey League before switching to the Mid-Western Junior B Hockey League. From 1980 until 1983 the team was named the Mercurys for the 1951 Allan Cup champions from Owen Sound. In 1983, the team became the Greys. In 1985, the Greys were promoted to Junior A in an effort to save the failing Ontario Junior Hockey League. In their first year they lost the final, in the second year they won the league, despite falling to the Nickle Centre Power Trains in the next round of the National Junior A Playoffs. In 1987, the Greys were forced to return to Junior B when the OJHL folded.

From 2000 until 2006, the Greys were known as the Owen Sound-Saugeen Shores Greys and split their time in Port Elgin, Ontario. The move was not a hit and attendance dwindled. Back in Owen Sound after 2006, not much changed and the team elected to sit out the 2009-10 season. The Greys would play two more years before team sponsor, David Arsenault, took over the team and moved it to Brampton.

A team naming contest ended May 11, 2012; on June 7, 2012, the name "Brampton Bombers" was released to the public.

Erik Angeli and Bryan Raymond are the teams current goaltenders.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
Owen Sound Greys (final 5 seasons)
2007-08 48 8 37 2 1 116 219 19 9th GOJHL-MW DNQ
2008-09 52 6 44 - 2 107 326 14 9th GOJHL-MWDNQ
2009-10 Did Not Participate
2010-11 51 4 44 - 3 134 400 11 9th GOJHL-MW DNQ
2011-12 51 9 39 - 3 150 279 21 9th GOJHL-MW DNQ
Brampton Bombers
2012-13 51 15 31 - 5 142 217 35 8th GOJHL-MW Lost Conf. QF

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