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Fort St. John Huskies
Fort St. John Huskies
City Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada
League NWJHL
Founded 1966 (1966)–67
Home arena North Peace Arena
Colors Black, Gold, White
              
General manager Flag of Canada Jeremy Clothier
Head coach Flag of Canada Gary Alexander

Website
www.fsjhuskies.com/
Franchise history
1966-81 Fort St. John Golden Hawks
1981-Present Fort St. John Huskies

The Fort St. John Huskies are a Canadian Junior "B" Ice Hockey team based in Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada. They are former members of the Peace-Cariboo Jr. B, Jr. A, and Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League and current members of the Jr. B North West Junior Hockey League of Hockey Alberta.

HistoryEdit

The Golden Hawks were founded in 1966. In the 1970s they were members of the Peace Junior B Hockey League. In 1975, the league became the Peace-Cariboo Junior B Hockey League. In 1980, the Peace-Cariboo League was promoted to Jr. A, and the Golden Hawks with it.

In 1981, the Golden Hawks became the Huskies. In 1991, the PCJHL expanded into the Kootenays and became the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League. In 1996, as many of the Peace-Cariboo area dropped out of the RMJHL to join the British Columbia Hockey League, the Huskies elected to join Hockey Alberta's newly formed North West Junior Hockey League, reuniting them with traditional opponents like the Dawson Creek Jr. Canucks. The Huskies have been members ever since.

Season-by-season standingsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1975-76 40 23 16 1 - 242 186 49 2nd, PC Jr. B Lost Semi-final
1976-77 40 22 17 1 - 219 205 45 2nd, PC Jr. B
1977-78 40 25 15 0 - 252 183 50 2nd, PC Jr. B
1978-79 36 28 8 0 - 236 146 56 2nd, PC Jr. B
1979-80 48 28 18 2 - 264 193 58 3rd, PC Jr. B
1980-81 40 19 20 1 - 192 205 39 4th, PCJHL Lost Final
1981-82 56 31 25 0 - 306 263 62 4th, PCJHL Lost Semi-final
1982-83 40 12 28 0 - 229 270 24 5th, PCJHL DNQ
1983-84 50 16 34 0 - 245 375 32 5th, PCJHL DNQ
1984-85 48 32 15 1 - 316 204 65 1st, PCJHL Lost Final
1985-86 50 28 22 0 - 294 251 56 3rd, PCJHL Lost Semi-final
1986-87 48 27 19 2 - 243 239 56 3rd, PCJHL Lost Semi-final
1987-88 50 7 42 1 - 183 374 15 6th, PCJHL DNQ
1988-89 52 29 23 0 - 276 249 58 3rd, PCJHL Lost Semi-final
1989-90 52 42 9 1 - 417 195 85 1st, PCJHL Lost Final
1990-91 54 24 28 2 - 256 300 50 3rd, PCJHL Lost Semi-final
1991-92 52 33 17 2 - 348 280 68 2nd, RMJHL-PC Lost Semi-final
1992-93 52 15 36 - 1 286 305 31 5th, RMJHL-PC DNQ
1993-94 52 35 15 - 2 315 257 72 2nd, RMJHL-PC Lost Final
1994-95 52 21 31 - 0 245 299 42 4th, RMJHL-PC Lost Quarter-final
1995-96 58 28 29 - 1 319 313 57 3rd, RMJHL-PC Lost Quarter-final
1996-08 NWJHL Statistics Not Available
2008-09 35 23 10 - 2 174 137 48 2nd, NWJHL no information
2009-10 35 23 10 - 2 177 121 48 2nd, NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-2, (Blades)
Lost SemiFinal 0-4, (Wheelers)
2010-11 35 14 21 - 0 120 175 28 5th, NWJHL Lost QuarterFinal 0-3, (Jr. Canucks)
2011-12 35 18 17 - 1 168 177 37 4th, NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-1, (Vipers)
Lost SemiFinal 1-4, (Navigators)
2012-13 35 14 18 - 3 144 150 31 5th, NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-0, (Wolves)
Lost SemiFinal 1-4, (Kings)
2013-14 35 24 9 - 2 187 107 50 3rd, NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-0, (Wolves)
Lost SemiFinal 1-4, (Kings)
2014-15 30 14 16 - - - - 28 5th of 7 NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-0, (Jr. Canucks)
Lost SemiFinal 0-4, (Navigators)
2015-16 36 20 16 - - 162 133 40 4th of 7 NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-0, (Vipers)
Lost SemiFinal 2-4, (Flyers)
2016-17 30 17 10 - 3 103 88 37 3rd of 6 NWJHL Won QuarterFinals 3-0, (Vipers)
Lost Semifinals, 3-4 (Navigators)

PlayoffsEdit

  • 1981 Lost Final
Fort St. John Golden Hawks defeated Quesnel Millionaires 4-games-to-1
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Golden Hawks 4-games-to-3
  • 1982 Lost Semi-final
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-3
  • 1983 DNQ
  • 1984 DNQ
  • 1985 Lost Final
Fort St. John Huskies defeated Grande Prairie North Stars 4-games-to-2
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-none
  • 1986 Lost Semi-final
Williams Lake Mustangs defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-2
  • 1987 Lost Semi-final
Grande Prairie North Stars defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-3
  • 1988 DNQ
  • 1989 Lost Semi-final
Williams Lake Mustangs defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-1
  • 1990 Lost Final
Fort St. John Huskies defeated Quesnel Millionaires 4-games-to-none
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-none
  • 1991 Lost Semi-final
Williams Lake Mustangs defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-none
  • 1992 Lost Semi-final
Fort St. John Huskies defeated Williams Lake Mustangs 4-games-to-1
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-2
  • 1993 DNQ
  • 1994 Lost Final
Fort St. John Huskies defeated Grande Prairie Chiefs 4-games-to-3
Fort St. John Huskies defeated Prince George Spruce Kings 4-games-to-2
Kimberley Dynamiters defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-1
  • 1995 Lost Quarter-final
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-none
  • 1996 Lost Quarter-final
Prince George Spruce Kings defeated Fort St. John Huskies 4-games-to-1

NHL alumniEdit

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