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Dieppe Commandos
Dieppe Commandos logo 2015
City: Dieppe, New Brunswick
League: Maritime Junior A Hockey League
Founded: 1959
Home Arena: Arthur-J-LeBlanc Centre
Colors: Green, Yellow, and White
Head Coach: Troy Dumville
General Manager: Troy Dumville
Franchise history
1959-1961: Moncton Beavers
1962-1963: Riverview Jr. Canucks
1963-1964: Moncton Geldarts
1965-1966: Moncton Hawks
1966-1968: Moncton Seals
1968-1981: Moncton Beavers
1981-1989: Moncton Hawks
1989-1993: Moncton Classics
1993-2008: Moncton Beavers
2008-Pres: Dieppe Commandos

The Dieppe Commandos are a Canadian junior hockey team from Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada. They play in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

The Moncton Hawks were New Brunswick Junior Hockey League Junior A champions in 1981, 1982, and 1983.

In 1983, the Moncton Hawks abandoned the faltering New Brunswick Junior Hockey League and joined the Metro Valley Junior Hockey League which until then was a Nova Scotia-based league.

In the summer of 2008, the Moncton Beavers moved to neighbouring Dieppe and became the Commandos. The Commandos hosted the 2009 Fred Page Cup.

The Commandos lost their first game, since moving to Dieppe, on September 13, 2008 2-1 to the Yarmouth Mariners.

Dieppe Commandos

Dieppe logo used until 2015

Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1979-80 36 23 12 1 - 223 193 47 1st NBJHL
1980-81 29 17 10 2 - 214 182 36 2nd NBJHL
1981-82 22 13 8 1 - 201 162 33 1st NBJHL
1982-83 27 22 5 0 - 213 99 44 1st NBJHL
1983-84 40 18 19 3 - 240 229 39 4th MVJHL
1984-85 40 17 19 4 - 204 204 38 3rd MVJHL
1985-86 40 24 13 3 - 221 179 51 2nd MVJHL
1986-87 40 27 10 3 - 245 160 57 2nd MVJHL
1987-88 40 13 19 8 - 190 214 34 4th MVJHL
1988-89 39 27 8 4 - 287 184 58 1st MVJHL Won League
1989-90 38 6 29 3 - 152 270 15 5th MVJHL
1990-91 40 11 24 5 - 128 181 27 5th MVJHL
1991-92 47 22 17 8 - 230 198 52 4th MJAHL
1992-93 48 22 24 2 0 290 279 46 6th MJAHL
1993-94 47 21 21 5 0 213 223 47 3rd MJAHL
1994-95 48 32 13 3 0 247 207 67 1st MJAHL Won League
1995-96 53 34 17 0 3 209 198 71 1st MJAHL
1996-97 56 24 25 1 6 279 262 55 5th MJAHL
1997-98 52 29 10 2 1 242 240 61 3rd MJAHL
1998-99 48 24 19 5 - 217 194 55 5th MJAHL
1999-00 52 18 30 2 2 183 231 40 7th MJAHL
2000-01 52 19 29 2 2 202 255 42 8th MJAHL
2001-02 52 25 23 3 1 207 216 54 6th MJAHL
2002-03 52 22 27 1 2 185 217 47 8th MJAHL
2003-04 52 25 19 7 1 192 184 58 4th MJAHL
2004-05 56 21 25 6 4 183 210 52 10th MJAHL
2005-06 56 27 24 0 5 176 208 60 9th MJAHL Lost Division SF
2006-07 58 37 17 0 4 198 143 78 4th MJAHL Lost Division Final
2007-08 58 30 22 - 6 213 208 66 6th MJAHL
2008-09 54 34 17 - 3 180 143 71 5th MJAHL
2009-10 50 15 29 - 6 123 195 36 10th MJAHL Lost Quarter-final
2010-11 52 9 41 - 2 120 254 20 11th MHL DNQ
2011-12 52 22 26 - 4 167 220 48 8th MHL Lost Quarter-final
2012-13 52 27 20 - 5 212 201 59 7th MHL Lost Quarter-final
2013-14 52 28 17 - 7 200 179 63 6th MHL Lost League Final
2014-1548 36 10 - 2 232 134 74 1st MHL Won League
2nd Fred Page Cup
2015-16 48 33 14 - 1 207 160 67 3rd MJAHL, 3rd North Lost League Final

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