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Cross Lake Islanders
Cross Lake Islanders
City Cross Lake, Manitoba
League Keystone Junior Hockey League
Division North
Founded 2006
Home arena Cross Lake Sports Complex
Owner(s) Vaughn Blacksmith
General manager Harley Garrioch
Head coach Harley Garrioch

The Cross Lake Islanders are a Junior "B" ice hockey team based in Cross Lake, Manitoba. They are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL). The Islanders compete out of the Cross Lake Sports Arena, a 1,200-seat facility.

History Edit

Originally formed in 2006, the Islanders ceased operations after four seasons in the KJHL. The team struggled to be competitive in each of its first four seasons winning just 22 games.

Cross Lake Islanders logo


After a five-year hiatus, the club returned to the league in 2015.[1][2] Former Islanders player Harley Garrioch, who played college hockey at Neumann University in Philadelphia,[3] returns home to lead the club.


Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
2006-07 KJHL 40 6 32 - 2 191 343 14 9th DNQ
2007-08 KJHL 40 7 30 0 3 184 378 17 8th Lost Quarter Final
2008-09 KJHL 36 7 25 0 4 158 263 18 7th Lost Quarter Final
2009-10 KJHL 32 2 30 - 0 116 401 4 8th Lost Quarter Final
2015-16 KJHL 34 15 19 0 0 224 216 30 3rd Lost Semi Final

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CoachesEdit

  • Angus McDonald
  • Morgan Blacksmith
  • Harley Garrioch (2015-present)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Islanders Return to the KJHL (22 August 2015).
  2. Cross Lake Islanders Return to KJHL (26 August 2015).
  3. Harley Garrioch - 2012-2013 Men's Hockey. Retrieved on 15 September 2015.

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