|League:||Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Espanola Regional Recreation Complex|
|Colors:||Red, White, Black|
The Espanola Express are a team based in Espanola, Ontario. They are based out of the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. The team was founded in 2015 as an Expansion team in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League.
The team replaced the Canadian International Hockey League team in town; the Espanola Rivermen. The team had previousely been in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League for the 2013-14 seaon, but withdrew to form the CIHL. The CIHL was down to two teams by the end of the 2014-15 season. With it being apparent that the CIHL might not take to the ice for the 2015-16 season, a local group came forward to secure a lease at the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex and gain an expansion team in the Northern Ontario Hockey League.
The town previously had four other NOJHL teams:
- Espanola Eagles (1978-1988) left league and franchise sold to etablish Haileybury 54's organization
- Espanola Eagles (1991-1995) folded
- Espanola Screaming Eagles (1998-2003) relocated to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and were renamed Northern Michigan Black Bears and are now the Soo Eagles who rejoined the league for 2015-16
- Espanola Rivermen (2013-2014) withdrew to form Canadian International Hockey League
|2015-16||54||12||39||0||3||—||27||132||243|| 5th of 6, West|
12th of 12, NOJHL
- 2016 Lost playing series 2-games-to-0 to Soo Eagles