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|City:||Chester, Nova Scotia|
|Home Arena:||Eleanor Pew-Morris Memorial Arena|
|Colors:||Powder Blue, Navy, White|
|General Manager:||Jehad Assaff|
The team is currently in its second season in the Nova Scotia Junior C Hockey League.
The team's general manager is Jehad Assaff. The assistant general manager is Dave Muise. The team's head coach is Kerry Haley. Cody Hebb, Mike Richardson and Eddie Young are the assistant coaches.
The Clippers are run by a volunteer management staff with direction from a board of directors.
On September 13, 2008, the team showed that Chester could compete at the Junior C level by playing their first ever exhibition game and beat the Liverpool based South Shore Wild by a score of 4-3. Tyler Arsenault opened up the scoring for Chester at 4:54 in the first period, Kyle Young and Chad Jollimore scored the second and third goal respectively. Bryce Andersen netted the game-winner at 16:28 of the 3rd period. This marked the first ever franchise win for Chester.
The Chester Clippers won the 2009-2010 Ice Dogs Early Bird Pre-season Tournament with a 6-3 win over the Eastern Shore Jr. Mariners in the final game on September 27th, 2009.
Legend: OTL = Overtime loss, SL = Shootout loss
|Season||Games||Won||Lost||Tied||OTL||SL||Points||Pct %|| Goals|
|2008–09||30||7||22||-||1||0||15||0.250||94||212||5th in Central||Did not qualify|
|2009–10||28||22||6||-||0||0||44||0.786||166||79||2nd in Central||Lost Semi-final|