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Cumberland County Blues
Cumberland County Blues
City: Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada
League: Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League
Division: Sid Rowe
Founded: 2002
Home Arena: Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre
Colors: Blue, Yellow, Black and White
                   
General Manager: Terry McManaman
Head Coach: Phil Lynds
Franchise history
2002-2004: Oxford Blues
2004-Present: Cumberland County Blues

The Cumberland County Blues are a Canadian Junior ice hockey club from Springhill, Nova Scotia. They are members of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League and are 2010 Don Johnson Cup Maritime Junior B champions.

HistoryEdit

In 2007, the Blues hosted the Don Johnson Cup, the Maritime Junior B Championship. They would go on to lose in the final to the East Hants Penguins 2-0. They finished the tournament with a 4-2-0 record.

In 2010, the Cumberland County Blues won their second consecutive NSJHL championship. They won the right to attend their second straight Don Johnson Cup Maritime Junior B Championship. In 2009, after an impressive 3-1-0 record in the round robin, they were dropped 6-5 in the semi-final by the St. John's Junior Hockey League's St. John's Jr. Caps in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland and Labrador. In 2010, in St. Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia, the Blues had a chance for redemption. In the first game of the round robin, the Blues clipped the host Bay Ducks 6-4. In their second game, they defeated the defending Jr. Caps 3-2 in an overtime shootout. The Blues third game was lost to the New Brunswick Junior B Hockey League's Charlotte County Jr. Silverkings 4-3, but they closed out the round robin strong the next day by beating the Island Junior Hockey League's Kensington Vipers 7-2 to clinch first in the tournament. On April 24, the Blues again played the Jr. Caps in the semi-final. The Blues again defeated them 3-2 to enter the finals. On April 25, in the final, the Blues beat the Bay Ducks 4-1 to clinch their first ever Don Johnson Cup as Maritime Champions.

Season by Season RecordEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
2002-03 32 7 24 1 0 141 225 15 9th NSJBHL
2003-04 Leave of Absence
2004-05 32 9 22 1 0 101 157 19 9th NSJBHL
2005-06 34 15 17 1 1 122 126 32 6th NSJBHL
2006-07 34 18 15 - 1 128 138 37 6th NSJHL DJC as Host
2007-08 34 27 7 - 0 190 101 54 1st NSJHL
2008-09 34 27 6 - 1 162 85 55 1st NSJHLWon League
2009-10 34 26 4 - 4 191 90 56 1st NSJHLWon League
Won DJC
2010-11 34 20 10 - 4 176 139 44 2nd Sid Rowe Div
4th NSJHL
Won Div SemiFinal, 4-3 (Bulldogs)
Lost Div Finals, 3-4 (Pirates)
2011-12 34 11 19 - 4 153 177 26 4th Sid Rowe Div
10th NSJHL
Lost Div SemiFinal, 4-3 (Pirates)
2012-13 34 10 23 - 1 101 163 21 5th Sid Rowe Div
11th NSJHL
Didn't Qualify
2013-14 34 9 24 - 1 102 179 19 5th Sid Rowe Div
11 of11 NSJHL
Didn't Qualify
2014-15 34 6 29 - 2 98 244 14 5th Sid Rowe Div
11 of11 NSJHL
Didn't Qualify
Season GP W OTW/SOW T/OTL L GF GA P Results Playoffs
2015-16 34 8 2 7 17 - - 25 4th of 5 Sid Rowe
10th of 11 NSJHL
Lost Div Semifinal, 0-4 (Jr. Miners)

Don Johnson CupEdit

Eastern Canada Jr B Championships

Year Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2007
HOST
L, East Hants 2-7
W, Madawska (Quebec) 12-1
W, Central 15-1
W, Kensington 8-2
3-1-0 2nd of 5 W, Kensington 3-2n/aL, East Hants 0-2
Silver Medal
2009 W, Central 7-2
W, Conception Bay 6-4
SOW, St John's 7-4
OTL, Sherwood 4-5
3-1-0 2nd of 5 L, St John's 5-6 n/an/a
2010 W, Bay 6-4
SOW, St John's 3-2
L, Charlotte County 3-4
W, Kensington 7-2
3-1-0 1st of 5 W, St John's 3-2 n/aW, Bay 4-1
Don Johnson
Cup Champions

External linksEdit

Preceded by
St. John's Jr. Caps
Don Johnson Cup Champions
2010
Succeeded by
Kensington Vipers
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