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Dryden Ice Dogs
Dryden Ice Dogs
City: Dryden, Ontario, Canada
League: Superior International Junior Hockey League
Founded: 2001
Home Arena: Dryden Memorial Arena
General Manager: Brian Bates (2014-15)
Head Coach: Kurt Walsten (2014-15)

The Dryden Ice Dogs are a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey club based out of the town of Dryden, Ontario. The team is a member of the Superior International Junior Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

An original member of the SIJHL, the Ice Dogs came into existence after the folding of the legendary Thunder Bay Flyers. Despite a lack of statistical information for the 2001-02 season, it is known that the Ice Dogs were the SIJHL first ever league champion. It is also known, despite a lack information for the Dudley Hewitt Cup championship, that the Ice Dogs have never competed for the National title, the Royal Bank Cup.

In 2005-06, the Ice Dogs finished in second place in both the regular season and playoffs to a close-to-unblemished Fort William North Stars. The Ice Dogs and North Stars met in the league finals, but the Dogs were swept in four games by the North Stars. The North Stars were the host of the 2006 Dudley Hewitt Cup, so just by making the finals the Ice Dogs earned their second trip to the Dudley. The Ice Dogs played inspired hockey and upset (and through a tie breaker eventually eliminated) the tournament favourite St. Michael's Buzzers (of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League) by a score of 3-2 -- outshot 40-19. The next game saw them get brought back down to earth with a 6-2 loss to the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League champion Sudbury Jr. Wolves. The final game of the round robin saw them lose for the fifth straight time in the playoffs to the Fort William North Stars by a score of 3-0. In the semi-final, the Ice Dogs again met face-to-face with the NOJHL champions, the Wolves, and despite leading the game 4-2 in the third period, they allowed 3 quick goals at the end of the game to finish their season.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
2001-02 48 25 15 8 0 221 169 58 3rd SIJHL Won League
2002-03 52 28 20 2 2 248 206 60 3rd SIJHLLost Semi-final
2003-04 48 28 11 6 3 186 137 65 2nd SIJHLLost Final
2004-05 48 24 24 0 0 168 135 48 3rd SIJHL Lost Semi-final
2005-06 52 35 14 1 2 247 159 73 2nd SIJHL Lost Final
2006-07 50 23 23 4 0 216 212 50 4th SIJHL Lost Semi-final
2007-08 50 36 11 1 2 240 149 75 1st SIJHL Won League
2008-09 50 20 25 - 5 170 210 45 5th SIJHL Lost Quarter-final
2009-10 52 38 9 - 5 235 148 81 2nd SIJHL Lost Final
2010-11 56 34 20 - 2 184 152 70 3rd SIJHL Lost Final
2011-12 56 25 24 - 7 212 200 57 4th SIJHL Lost Semi-final
2012-13 56 28 25 - 3 189 197 59 3rd SIJHL Lost Semi-final
2013-14 56 21 30 - 5 210 273 47 5th SIJHL Lost Quarter-final
2014-15 56 30 21 - 5 244 204 65 3rd SIJHL Lost league final, eliminated Round Robin '15 DHC
2015-16 56 33 15 - 4 216 162 70 2nd of 5 SIJHL Lost league final

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