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Downtown Fort William, Ontario

A view of Fort William.

Fort William was a city in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It was on the northwest shore of Lake Superior,

It is now part of the city of Thunder Bay.

TeamsEdit

  1. (Thunder Bay Senior Hockey League, 1951-1958) continue as an independent team
  2. (Independent team, 1958-1960) join TBSHL
  3. (Thunder Bay Senior Hockey League, 1960-1970) merge with Port Arthur Bearcats and form Thunder Bay Twins in the United States Hockey League
  1. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1968-1978) renamed Thunder Bay North Stars
  2. (Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League, 1970-1971) join TBMJAHL
  3. (Thunder Bay-Minnesota Junior A Hockey League, 1971-1972) join TBJAHL
  4. (Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League, 1973-1976) renamed Hurricanes
  5. (Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League, 1977-1978) become Thunder Bay North Stars
  1. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1950-1966) become Westford Hurricanes
  2. (Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League, 1976-1977) revert to Canadian nickname
  1. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1924-1929) renamed Legion
  2. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1930-1935) renamed Kams
  1. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1929-1930) revert to Juniors name
  2. (International Amateur League, 1946-1947)
  1. (New Ontario Hockey League, 1909-1912) withdrew February 15, 1912
  2. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1925-1926) renamed St. Andrews
  3. (Superior International Junior Hockey League, 2004-2010)
  1. (New Ontario Hockey League, 1907-1909)
  2. (International American Hockey League, 1936-1938) folded
  1. (Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, 1966-1972) become Thunder Bay-Westfort Hurricanes
  2. (Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League, 1970-1971) league renamed TBMJAHL
  3. (Thunder Bay-Minnesota Junior A Hockey League, 1971-1972) join CAJHL
  4. (Can-Am Junior Hockey League, 1972-1973) become Thunder Bay Hurricanes in Midwest Junior Hockey League

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