|Fort Frances Borderland Thunder|
|City:||Fort Frances, Ontario|
|League:||Superior International Junior Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Fort Frances Memorial Sports Center|
|Colors:||Black, Purple, and White|
Despite four successful season in the SIJHL and a league title, the Thunder have opted to sit on the sidelines of Canadian Junior hockey. Although they still had an open door to re-enter the Thunder Bay-based league, they have applied the past three seasons for entry into the Manitoba Junior Hockey League .
A return to the SIJHL is unlikely for the Borderland Thunder, as their place in the SIJHL has since been succeeded by the Fort Frances Jr. Sabres as of the 2007-08 season.
|2002-03||52||33||12||5||2||228||162||73||1st SIJHL||Won League|
|2004-05||48||30||15||3||0||184||124||63||2nd SIJHL||Lost Final|
|Superior International Junior Hockey League|
|Current Teams||Dryden Ice Dogs · English River Miners · Fort Frances Lakers · Minnesota Iron Rangers · Thief River Falls Norskies · Thunder Bay North Stars|
|Former Teams||Duluth Clydesdales · Fort Frances Borderland Thunder · Marathon Renegades · Minnesota Wilderness · Schreiber Diesels · Sioux Lookout Flyers · Thunder Bay Bearcats · Thunder Bay Bulldogs · Thunder Bay Wolverines · Wisconsin Wilderness|
|History||Iron Range Yellow Jackets · MSU-Bottineau Lumberjacks · Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League · Thunder Bay Flyers · Thunder Bay Hornets · Northwestern Ontario Junior Hockey League · Thunder Bay Junior B Hockey League|
|Seasons||2001–02 · 2002–03 · 2003–04 · 2004–05 · 2005–06 · 2006–07 · 2007–08 · 2008–09 · 2009–10 · 2010–11 · 2011–12 · 2012–13 · 2013–14 · 2014–15 · 2015–16 · 2016–17 · 2017–18|
|CJHL: Dudley Hewitt Cup · Royal Bank Cup|
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