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Fort Erie Meteors
Fort Erie Meteors
Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League
City Fort Erie, Ontario
Founded 1957
Conference Golden Horseshoe
Franchise history 1957-1964: Fort Erie Frontiers
1964-1971: Fort Erie Autos
1971-Pres: Fort Erie Meteors
Head coach Rob Hubbert
General manager Tony Passero
Arena Leisureplex Kinsmen Arena
Team colors Orange, Black, and White
Affiliate team(s) none
Sutherland Cups none

The Fort Erie Meteors are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Golden Horseshoe division of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

The Meteors originated in the "Niagara District Junior "B" Hockey League" in the 1960s. The Meteors stuck with the Niagara league until the bitter end, winning the league's final championship in 1979. The next year they entered the Golden Horseshoe Junior Hockey League.

As of 2007, the Meteors are in the Golden Horseshoe Division of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

On December 31, 2012, owner and general manager Tony Passero pulled the Meteors from the ice and after two minutes the game was forfeited to their opponent, Port Colborne Pirates. Passero had been ejected from the game for his reaction to his son, one of his team's players, being hit from behind by an opponent and the referees only calling a roughing minor. He was suspended from team functions by the Ontario Hockey Association for two seasons as well as the remaining 27 games of the current season. As well, the team was fined $2750.[1]

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1977-78 40 20 18 2 - 192 264 44 3rd NDJBHL Lost Semi-final
1978-79 39 27 8 4 - 315 -- 58 2nd NDJBHL Won League
1979-80 44 13 27 4 - 232 322 30 8th GHJHL
1980-81 42 7 34 1 - 192 349 15 8th GHJHL
1981-82 36 15 17 4 - - - 34 5th GHJHL
1982-83 42 24 14 4 - 300 247 52 2nd GHJHL
1983-84 42 13 27 2 - 194 262 28 7th GHJHL
1984-85 42 20 16 6 - 218 224 46 3rd GHJHL
1985-86 39 7 29 3 - 177 308 17 11th GHJHL
1986-87 42 3 39 0 - 153 372 6 8th GHJHL
1987-88 42 6 33 3 - 169 360 15 8th GHJHL
1988-89 42 11 25 6 - 207 238 28 6th GHJHL
1989-90 48 19 27 1 1 244 313 40 6th GHJHL
1990-91 42 26 13 3 0 248 217 55 2nd GHJHLLost Final
1991-92 42 26 15 1 0 282 235 53 3rd GHJHL
1992-93 42 8 30 3 1 158 312 20 6th GHJHL
1993-94 40 1 38 1 0 119 421 3 6th GHJHL
1994-95 42 12 29 1 2 170 261 27 6th GHJHL
1995-96 50 19 26 3 2 185 264 43 5th GHJHL
1996-97 42 23 16 3 0 228 206 49 4th GHJHL
1997-98 49 15 27 5 2 200 273 37 6th GHJHL
1998-99 48 14 26 5 3 155 229 36 6th GHJHL
1999-00 48 11 31 4 2 156 207 28 6th GHJHL
2000-01 48 13 28 3 4 152 213 33 5th GHJHL
2001-02 48 16 23 7 2 154 206 41 5th GHJHL
2002-03 48 11 33 4 0 155 286 26 6th GHJHL
2003-04 48 15 24 3 6 166 211 39 4th GHJHL
2004-05 48 10 35 2 1 129 220 23 7th GHJHL
2005-06 49 10 30 5 4 156 245 29 7th GHJHL Lost Quarter-final
2006-07 49 14 31 2 2 211 291 32 6th GHJHL Lost Quarter-final
2007-08 49 27 17 3 2 207 201 59 4th GOJHL-GH
2008-09 52 21 29 - 2 207 272 44 5th GOJHL-GH
2009-10 51 14 35 - 2 150 266 30 8th GOJHL-GH Lost Conf. QF
2010-11 51 7 42 - 2 111 326 16 7th GOJHL-GH Lost Conf. QF
2011-12 51 12 36 - 3 154 247 27 7th GOJHL-GH Lost Conf. QF
2012-13 51 17 31 - 3 153 237 37 7th GOJHL-GH
2013-14 49 13 30 - 6 163 228 32 7th GOJHL-GH Lost Conf. QF
2014-15 49 15 26 - 8 114 171 38 7th GOJHL-GH Lost Conf. Quarter-finals, 1-4 (Jr. Canadians)
2015-16 50 25 21 1 3 188 198 54 5th of 8 GH
15th of 26 GOJHL
Lost Conf. Quarter-finals, 1-4 (Canucks)

NHL alumniEdit

References Edit

  1. http://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/2013/01/15/oha-comes-down-hard-on-meteors-passero

External linksEdit


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