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Cold Lake Alberta, Canada
Cold Lake Ice
City Cold Lake, Alberta
League NEAJBHL
Home arena Imperial Oil Place
Colors black and white
General manager Flag of Canada Scott Hood
Head coach Flag of Canada Scott Hood

Website
www.coldlakeice.com/
Franchise history
2001-present Cold Lake Ice

The Cold Lake Ice are a Junior "B" Ice Hockey team based in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. They are members of the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League (NEAJBHL). They play their home games at the 1,800 seat Imperial Oil Place located at the Energy Centre.

Team infoEdit

Head Coach and General Manager is Scott Hood

ChampionshipsEdit

The Ice have won 3 regular season and 4 playoff championships in their history. The Ice were four-time consecutive playoff champions from 2011-12 to 2014-15 seasons.


Season statsEdit

2010–2011 seasonEdit

This season seen the Ice reach the league finals for the first time in their history. They beat the Lloydminster Bandits to win the championship and advance to provincals.

2011–2012 seasonEdit

The 2011–12 season saw the Ice finish up in second place during the regular season but surged through the playoffs to repeat as league champions.

2012–2013 seasonEdit

This season saw the Ice complete a three-peat. The best showing to-date at the Russ Barnes Trophy winning the bronze medal with a 5-3 victory over the Red Deer Vipers from the Heritage Junior B Hockey League.

2013–2014 seasonEdit

With the season still under way, the Ice finished the regular season with the best record in team history and finished the season first in the league. The Ice went on to win their 4th straight NEAJHL playoff Championship and another trip to the Russ Barnes Championships. This year Cold Lake failed to advance to the playoff round for the Russ Barnes Trophy.

Season-by-season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
2010-11 33 29 2 1 59 230 81 923 1st, NEAJBHL NEAJBHL Champions, 4-0 (Bandits)
2011-12 32 25 6 1 51 236 78 - 2nd, NEAJBHL NEAJBHL Champions, 4-0 (Wheat Kings)
2012-13 34 29 4 1 59 218 89 - 1st, NEAJBHL NEAJBHL Champions, 4-1 (Bisons)
2013-14 34 31 2 1 63 208 91 1617 1st, NEAJBHL NEAJBHL Champions, 4-0 (Bandits)
2014-15 36 29 7 0 58 223 104 1443 2nd, NEAJBHL Won Quarterfinals, 4-0 (T-Birds)
Won Semifinals, 4-0 (Wheat Kings)
Won League Finals, 4-2 (Bisons)
NEAJBHL Champions
2015-16 36 19 13 4 42 156 138 1281 4th of 10, NEAJBHL Won Quarterfinals, 4-1 (Border Chiefs)
Lost Semifinals, 0-4 (Bisons)
2016-17 36 17 14 5 39 220 95 1133 5th of 10, NEAJBHL Lost Quarterfinals, 0-4 (Wheat Kings

Russ Barnes TrophyEdit

Alberta Jr B Provincial Championships

Season Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2011 L, Blackfalds 5-6
T, Leduc 3-3
L, Whitecourt 3-5
0-2-1 4 of 4 Pool B n/a n/a n/a
2012 T, Calgary 5-5
T, Blackfalds 3-3
L, Edmonton 3-6
0-1-2 4 of 4 Pool B n/a n/a n/a
2013 W, Wetaskiwin 7-4
W, Red Deer 5-4
W, Grand Prairie 6-5
3-0-0 1st of 4 Pool B L, Sherwood Park 1-5 W, Red Deer 5-3 n/a
2014 L, Ft Saskatchewan 2-4
W, Grand Prairie 5-3
L, Blackfalds 1-2
1-2-0 4 of 4 Pool B n/a n/a n/a
2015 L, North Peace 3-9
L, Stony Plain 1-2
T, Blackfalds 2-2
0-2-1 4th of 4
Pool
n/a n/a n/a

Keystone CupEdit

Western Canadian Jr. B Championships(Northern Ontario to British Columbia)
Cold Lake guaranteed participation as Tournament HOST.

Season Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2015
Host
T, N Edmonton 2-2
L, Campbell River 2-4
L, Thunder Bay 1-3
W, Selkirk 10-0
L, Saskatoon 0-5
1-3-1 5th of 6 n/a n/a n/a

Six teams in round robin play. 1st vs 2nd for gold/silver & 3rd vs. 4th for bronze.

Awards and trophiesEdit

NEAJBHL Championship

  • 2010-11

Goaltender of the Year

  • Dustin Hyde: 2010-11

Most Gentleman

  • Sean Joly: 2010-11

Rookie of the Year

  • Dallas Ansell: 2010-11

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit


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