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Calgary Wranglers
CalgaryWranglers
City: Calgary, Alberta
League: Western Hockey League
Operated: 1977–87
Home Arena: Stampede Corral
Colours: Red & White
Franchise history
1967–73: Winnipeg Jets
1973–76: Winnipeg Clubs
1976–77: Winnipeg Monarchs
1977–87: Calgary Wranglers
1987–Present: Lethbridge Hurricanes

The Calgary Wranglers were a junior team that played in the Western Hockey League from 1977 until 1987. The Wranglers played their home games in Calgary, Alberta at the Stampede Corral.

Division titles won: None
Regular season titles won: None
WHL Championships won: None
Memorial Cup Titles: None

The Winnipeg Monarchs relocated to Calgary, Alberta in 1977 to serve as a replacement for the Calgary Centennials, who moved south to become the Billings Bighorns. They would last ten years in Calgary before relocating again to Lethbridge, Alberta to become the Hurricanes.



Season-by-season RecordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1977–78 72 18 40 14 303 404 50 4th Central Out of playoffs
1978–79 72 28 38 6 349 392 62 3rd Central Lost Central division final
1979–80 72 43 27 2 376 319 88 2nd East Lost in first round
1980–81 72 46 24 2 368 295 94 2nd East Lost WHL final
1981–82 72 41 29 2 334 266 84 4th East Lost East division semi-final
1982–83 72 44 26 2 353 258 90 3rd East Lost East division final
1983–84 72 36 36 0 353 345 72 6th East Lost in first round
1984–85 72 39 31 2 382 351 80 4th East Lost East division semi-final
1985–86 72 23 47 2 288 378 48 8th East Out of playoffs
1986–87 72 23 46 3 304 390 49 7th East Out of playoffs

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