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Brampton Capitals
Brampton Capitals
Ontario Junior Hockey League
City Brampton, Ontario
Founded 1984
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Franchise history 1984-1987: Nobleton Devils
1987-1989: Etobicoke Capitals
1989-Pres: Brampton Capitals
Head Coach Matt Langen
General Manager Dave MacDonald
Arena Brampton Memorial Arena
Team Colors Red, Blue, and White
Affiliate Team(s) Brampton Battalion
Royal Bank Cups none
Dudley Hewitt Cups 1995
Buckland Trophies 1995, 2000, and 2002

The Brampton Capitals are a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Brampton, Ontario, Canada. They are a part of the Ontario Junior A Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

Since moving to Brampton in 1989, the Capitals have been one of the more dominant teams in the OPJHL. With three league titles, the Capitals have also moved on once to win the Dudley Hewitt Cup.

In 1995, the Capitals won their first Buckland Trophy as OPJHL champions. In the Dudley Hewitt Cup, then just a "Greater Ontario" Championship, the Capitals moved on to beat both the Timmins Golden Bears of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League and the Caledon Canadians of the Metro Junior A Hockey League to gain a birth into the Central Canadian Championship. At the Central Canadian, the Capitals could not defeat the Thunder Bay Flyers of the United States Hockey League.

In 2000, the Capitals won their second league title, 4-games-to-2 over the Lindsay Muskies. In 2002, Brampton won their third Buckland Trophy 4-games-to-2 against the Wellington Dukes.

Season-by-Season ResultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
Nobleton Devils
1984-85 40 5 34 1 - 145 303 11 9th CJBHL
1985-86 48 9 35 4 - 186 305 22 8th CJBHL
1986-87 42 17 21 4 - 197 220 38 6th CJBHL
Etobicoke Capitals
1987-88 44 19 17 8 - 250 228 46 7th CJBHL
1988-89 42 29 10 3 - 225 154 61 3rd CJBHL
Brampton Capitals
1989-90 42 12 22 8 - 185 221 32 9th CJBHL
1990-91 42 24 15 3 - 253 196 51 4th CJBHL
1991-92 42 25 15 2 - 280 213 52 5th CJBHL
1992-93 49 33 13 3 - 305 213 71 2nd CJBHL
1993-94 42 27 15 0 - 263 207 56 4th OPJHL
1994-95 49 26 20 3 - 287 236 56 9th OPJHL Won League, Won DHC
1995-96 50 33 12 5 - 258 181 71 4th OPJHL
1996-97 51 35 14 2 - 280 183 73 5th OPJHL
1997-98 51 39 7 1 4 282 163 83 2nd OPJHL
1998-99 51 35 10 6 0 293 185 76 5th OPJHL
1999-00 49 30 12 4 3 221 174 67 9th OPJHL Won League
2000-01 49 26 15 7 1 182 143 60 10th OPJHL
2001-02 49 34 12 3 0 247 159 71 5th OPJHL Won League
2002-03 49 10 36 2 1 208 320 23 32nd OPJHL
2003-04 49 13 33 1 2 154 246 29 34th OPJHL
2004-05 49 24 20 4 1 206 164 53 18th OPJHL
2005-06 49 23 21 4 1 186 159 51 20th OPJHL Lost Conf. QF
2006-07 49 39 7 1 2 282 142 81 4th OPJHL Lost Conf. SF
2007-08 49 30 16 - 3 213 176 63 15th OPJHL
2008-09 49 17 24 - 8 199 233 42 7th OJ-Mac

Notable alumniEdit

External linksEdit


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