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Dundas Blues
Dundas Blues
Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League
City Dundas, Ontario
Founded 1963
Division Eastern
Franchise history 1963-1971: Dundas Merchants
1971-Pres: Dundas Blues
Head Coach Greg Large
General Manager Kelly Barber
Arena Market Street Arena
Team Colors Blue, Yellow, and White
League Champions 1992 and 1993


The Dundas Blues are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Dundas, Ontario, Canada. They are playing in the Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

The team was founded in 1963 as the Dundas Merchants. The Merchants played in the massive Central Junior C Hockey League. In 1966, the league was divided up and the Merchants began playing in the Intercounty Junior C Hockey League.

In 1971, the team was promoted to the newly aligned Central Junior B Hockey League. With the new league, the team was re-dubbed the Dundas Blues.

The Blues jumped to the newly formed Golden Horseshoe Junior B Hockey League in 1974. They were members of this league until 1981.

The 1981 season saw them join the Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League. A league that they have stayed with ever since.

Season-by-Season ResultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1965-66 31 7 22 2 - 112 211 16 11th CJCHL
1966-67 30 24 6 0 - 193 89 48 1st ICJCHL

lost final

1967-68 32 12 17 3 - 129 136 27 4th ICJCHL
1968-69 Statistics Not Available
1969-70 30 17 12 1 - 174 115 35 4th ICJCHL
1970-71 22 4 13 5 - 65 98 13 4th ICJCHL
1971-72 42 9 29 4 - 147 236 22 8th CJBHL
1972-73 42 9 30 3 - 178 259 21 8th CJBHL
1973-74 Statistics Not Available
1974-75 40 8 27 5 - 171 271 21 5th GHJHL
1975-76 40 17 18 5 - 243 242 39 3rd GHJHL
1976-77 32 7 20 5 - 158 216 19 5th GHJHL
1977-78 40 2 34 4 - 171 374 8 6th GHJHL
1978-79 42 10 29 3 - 168 338 23 7th GHJHL
1979-80 44 6 35 3 - 193 350 15 10th GHJHL
1980-81 42 11 29 2 - 187 298 24 7th GHJHL
1981-82 32 8 19 5 - -- -- 21 7th NJC-C
1982-83 36 6 23 7 - -- -- 19 7th NJC-W
1983-84 30 18 7 5 - -- -- 41 2nd NJC-W
1984-85 Statistics Not Available
1985-86 36 10 20 6 - -- -- 26 4th NJC-E
1986-87 34 25 6 3 - -- -- 53 1st NJC-E
1987-88 36 18 14 4 - -- -- 40 4th NJC-W
1988-89 36 27 6 3 - -- -- 57 1st NJC-W
1989-90 36 13 14 9 - -- -- 35 5th NJC-W
1990-91 34 26 5 3 - -- -- 55 1st NJC-W
1991-92 34 18 9 7 - 182 150 43 3rd NJC-WWon League
1992-02 Statistics Not Available
2002-03 36 22 8 3 3 167 126 50 2nd NJCHL
2003-04 36 23 12 1 0 167 139 47 4th NJCHL
2004-05 36 24 10 2 0 162 100 50 3rd NJCHL
2005-06 36 20 13 2 1 159 125 43 4th NJCHL Lost Semi-final
2006-07 36 21 12 1 2 193 147 45 6th NJCHL Lost Semi-final
2007-08 35 19 12 3 1 167 122 42 7th NJCHL
2008-09 36 24 8 - 4 172 119 52 3rd NJCHL
2009-10 36 21 15 - 0 144 133 42 5th NCJHLLost Semi-final

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