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Campbell River Storm
Campbell River Storm
City Campbell River, British Columbia
League Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League
Division North
Founded 1997 (1997)–98
Home arena Rod Brind'Amour Arena
Colors Black Red
    
    
Owner(s) Flag of Canada Linda Lahtinen (nee Spooner)
General manager Flag of Canada Lee Stone
Head coach Flag of Canada Lee Stone

Website
campbellriverstorm.com
Franchise history
1997-2017 Campbell River Storm

The Campbell River Storm are a Junior "B" ice hockey team based in Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the North Division of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL). The Storm play their home games at Rod Brind'Amour Arena. Lee Stone has been the coach since 2013. They are captained by forward Kobe Oishi.

The Storm joined the league in 1997 as an expansion team. In its VIJHL history, the team has won the Cyclone Taylor Cup twice, in 1999 and 2015. The Storm have won the Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy nine times in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2004, 2015 and 2017. They won the Andy Hebenton Trophy six times, as the team with the league's best regular season record in 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003.

In 2015, the Storm became the only team (to date in VIJHL history), to win the VIJHL Championship, The BC Provincial Championship and the Keystone Cup as Western Canada's Junior B champions, all in the same season.[1]

History Edit

CR Storm

The Storm play in the VIJHL, a Junior B hockey league on Vancouver Island consisting of 9 teams. The team began play in the 1997-98 season and went on to capture the Patterson Memorial Trophy as playoff champions in its first season.[2] They would win the trophy 6 more times in a row, then reach the finals the following 2 seasons, losing in six games to the Victoria Cougars in 2005, then again in 6 games to the Kerry Park Islanders in 2006.

They have played in 8 Cyclone Taylor Cup tournaments, winning it twice in 1999 and 2015 and silver in 2017. In 2004 they hosted it, losing to the Richmond Sockeyes of the Pacific International Junior Hockey League in the finals. Three times they have played in the Keystone Cup, capturing bronze in 1999 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, taking silver as hosts in 2006, and winning gold in 2015 in Cold Lake, Alberta. They play out of the Strathcona Gardens Complex in Campbell River, in Rod Brind'Amour Arena. They were owned and coached by Jim Revenberg, who was selected in the 7th round of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks,.[3] Linda and Kevin Spooner bought the team in May, 2011.[4]

Season-by-season recordEdit

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

Season GP W L T OL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1999–00 40 24 10 6 - 54 187 144 1st, North Brent Patterson Memorial
Trophy Champions
2000–01 48 33 10 5 - 71 269 145 1st, North Brent Patterson Memorial
Trophy Champions, 4-3 (Islanders)
Cyclone Taylor Cup Runners-Up (Nitehawks)
2001–02 48 40 4 4 - 84 279 131 1st, North Brent Patterson Memorial
Trophy Champions, 4-1 (Panthers)
2002–03 43 36 7 0 - 72 267 128 1st, North Brent Patterson Memorial
Trophy Champions, 3-0 (Cougars)
Cyclone Taylor Cup Runners-Up, 1-2 (Sockeyes)
2003–04 1st, North Brent Patterson Memorial
Trophy Champions, 3-0 (Panthers)
2004–05 48 33 11 2 68 232 186 1st, North
2005–06 42 23 16 1 47 168 144 1st, North Lost in Finals, 2-4 (Islanders)
2006–07 48 26 20 1 53 193 161 3rd, North
2007–08 48 29 15 3 61 174 123 3rd, North
2008–09 48 21 24 3 45 161 175 4th, North
2009–10 48 15 30 3 33 150 212 4th, North
2010–11 44 9 34 1 19 111 242 4th, North Lost Quarterfinals, 0-3 (Panthers)
2011–12 42 16 25 1 33 137 187 3rd, North Lost Quarterfinals, 2-4 (Braves)
2012–13 48 12 33 3 27 150 219 4th, North Lost Play in Round, 0-1 (Islanders)
2013-14 48 30 14 2 2 64 218 141 2nd, North Won Quarterfinals, 4-2 (Buccaneers)
Lost Div finals, 3-4 (Panthers)
2014-15 48 39 4 1 4 83 280 117 1st North
2nd VIJHL
Won Div semifinals, 4-0 - (Generals)
Won Div finals, 4-1 (Glacier Kings)
Won VIJHL Finals, 4-0 (Victoria Cougars)
to Cyclone Taylor Cup
2015-16 48 38 6 2 2 80 250 129 1st North
2nd VIJHL
Won Div semifinals, 4-2 - (Braves)
Won Div finals, 4-0 (Buccaneers)
Lost League Finals, 2-4 (Cougars)
2016-17 48 34 12 0 2 70 217 126 1st of 4 North
2nd of 9 VIJHL
Won Div semifinals, 4-0 (Panthers)
Won Division Finals, 4-1 (Buccaneers)
Won VIJHL Finals, 4-3 (Cougars)
to Cyclone Taylor Cup

Cyclone Taylor CupEdit

British Columbia Jr B Provincial Championships

Season Round Robin Record Standing Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2015 W, North Vancouver 6-3
OTW, Kimberley 4-3
W, Mission City 3-0
3-0-0 1st of 4 n/a W, Kimberley 6-5
Cyclone Taylor Cup Champs
2016* L, Mission City 2-7
L, Victoria 3-5
L, 100 Mile House 3-4
0-3-0 4th of 4 W, Mission City 8-4
Bronze Medalists
n/a
2017 L, Beaver Valley 0-6
W, Creston Valley 6-2
OTW, Aldergrove 2-1
1-1-1 2nd of 4 n/aL Beaver Valley 6-2

Storm Win Silver Medal

  • - VIJHL Champs Victoria Cougars were Cyclone Cup hosts - Storm advanced as VIJHL representative

Keystone CupEdit

Western Canadian Jr. B Championships(Northern Ontario to British Columbia)
Six teams in round robin play. 1st vs 2nd for gold/silver & 3rd vs. 4th for bronze.

Season Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2015 W, Saskatoon - Sask 4-2
W, Cold Lake - Alta 4-2
L, N Edmonton - Alta 4-5
W, Thunder Bay - Ont 5-2
W, Selkirk - Man 6-1
4-1-0 1st of 6 n/a n/a W, N Edmonton - Alta 6-3
Keystone Cup Champions

Notable alumniEdit

Awards and trophies Edit

Cyclone Taylor Cup

  • 1998-99, 2014–15

Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy
VIJHL Championship

  • 1997-98, 1998–99, 1999-00, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2014–15, 2016–17

Andy Hebenton Trophy
Regular Season Champion

  • 1996-97, 1997–98, 1999-00, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03

Grant Peart Memorial Trophy
Least Penalized Team

  • 2006-07

Doug Morton Trophy
Leading Scorer

  • Jason Jaques: 2002-03
  • David Arduin: 2003-04
  • Karl Hagg: 2008-09

Jamie Robertson Trophy
Most Sportsmanlike Player

  • David Arduin: 2003-04

Larry Lamoureaux Trophy
Rookie of the Year

  • Justin Birks: 1999-00

Ray's Sports Centre Trophy
Top Goaltender

  • David Klatt: 1996-97
  • Davis Parley: 1997-98
  • Erick Robertson: 1999-00
  • Ryan Riddle: 2000-01
  • Justin Foote: 2001-02
  • Kyle Blanleil: 2002-03
  • Chris Smith: 2016-2017

Walt McWilliams Memorial Trophy
Unsung Hero

  • Brandon Gee: 1998-99
  • Jesse Bachmeier: 2008-09
  • Kobe Oishi: 2016-2017

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

Preceded by
Beaver Valley Nitehawks
Keystone Cup Champions
2015
Succeeded by
100 Mile House Wranglers
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