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Kamloops Storm
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City Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
League Kootenay International Junior Hockey League
Conference Okanagan/Shuswap
Division Doug Birks
Founded 1996 (1996)–97
Home arena Kamloops Memorial Arena
Colors Blue, red, silver and white
                   
General manager Flag of Canada Barry Dewar
Head coach Flag of Canada Ed Patterson

Website
www.kamloopsstormhockey.com
Franchise history
1996-97 Osoyoos Rebels
1997-01 Osoyoos Heat
2001–06 Osoyoos Storm
2006-present Kamloops Storm

The Kamloops Storm are a junior ice hockey team based in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the Doug Birks Division of the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL). They play their home games at The Kamloops Memorial Arena.

The Storm played in Osoyoos, British Columbia until 2006, when they were moved to Kamloops. The 2006/07 season was the first one played in Kamloops.

HistoryEdit

The Storm won the 2004/2005 KIJHL Championship, but were eliminated by the Sicamous Eagles in the 2005/06 playoffs.

The Storm also won the Keystone Cup in 2004/05.

In the 2006/2007 season the Kamloops Storm went on to capture the regular season Division banner and also the playoff division banner before losing to the Fernie Ghostriders in the League Semi Finals.

The Kamloops Storm lost in the Finals to the Fernie Ghostriders 2-4 in the KIJHL 2007-08 season.

In the 2008-09 season the Kamloops Storm went to the KIJHL playoff finals, but lost to the Nelson Leafs 0-4.

The Kamloops Storm battled to the KIJHL playoff finals again for the 2013/14 season only to drop the series to the Beaver Valley Nitehawks 2-4.

Season-by-season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, D = Defaults, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Records as of February 22, 2014.[1][2]

Season GP W L D OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2006–07 52 30 18 0 4 64 204 171 1st, Okanagan Shuswap Lost in League Semifinals, 0-3 (Ghostriders)
2007–08 52 29 21 0 2 60 184 148 2nd, Eddie Mountain: West Lost in Finals, 2-4 (Ghostriders)
2008–09 52 35 13 0 4 74 214 141 1st, Okanagan Lost in Finals, 0-4 (Leafs)
Season GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2009–10 50 22 21 0 7 51 178 195 5th, Okanagan Lost in Conference Quarterfinals, 1-3 (Chiefs)
2010-11 50 24 24 0 2 50 165 169 2nd, Doug Birks Lost in Division Finals, 1-4 (Grizzlies)
2011–12 52 35 10 1 6 77 236 166 2nd, Doug Birks Lost in Division Finals, 3-4 (Eagles)
2012–13 52 18 28 2 4 42 167 191 4th, Doug Birks Lost in Division Semifinals, 1-4 (Knights)
2013–14 52 42 9 0 1 85 247 145 1st, Doug Birks Lost in Finals, 2-4 (Nitehawks)
2014–15 52 33 17 0 2 68 195 135 1st, Doug Birks Lost in Finals, 2-4 (Dynamiters)
2015–16 52 32 14 2 4 70 160 128 2nd, Doug Birks Lost in Division Semifinals, 1-4 (Heat)
2016–17 47 23 17 1 6 53 153 137 3rd of 5 Doug Birks
10th of 20 - KIJHL
Won Div Semifinals, 4-2 (100 Mile House)
Lost Division Finals, 1-4 (Heat)

PlayoffsEdit

Records as of March 23, 2014.[3][4][5]

Season1st Round2nd Round3rd RoundFinals
2006–07W, 4-1, SicamousW, 4-0, RevelstokeL, 0-3, Fernie
2007–08W, 3-1, SummerlandW, 4-0, PrincetonW, 4-3, RevelstokeL, 2-4, Fernie
2008–09W, 4-2-2, round-robinW, 4-0, PrincetonW, 3-2, SicamousL, 0-4, Nelson
2009–10L, 1-3, Chase
2010-11W, 4-1, SicamousL, 1-4, Revelstoke
2011-12W, 4-3, North OkanaganL, 3-4, Sicamous
2012-13L, 1-4, North Okanagan
2013-14W, 4-1, SicamousW, 4-0, 100 Mile HouseW, 4-1, OsoyoosL, 2-4, Nitehawks
2014-15W, 4-1, SicamousW, 4-1, 100 Mile HouseW, 4-1, OsoyoosL, 2-4, Kimberley
2015-16L, 1-4, Chase
2016–17W, 4-2, 100 Mile HouseL, 1-4, Chase

NHL alumniEdit

Awards and trophiesEdit

Most Valuable Player

  • Anthony Manfredi: 2007-2008
  • Anthony Manfredi: 2006-2007
  • Jeff Taylor: 2005-2006
  • Kyle Thompson: 2004-2005

Top Goaltender

  • Anthony Manfredi: 2007-2008
  • Anthony Manfredi: 2006-2007
  • Ray Nunes: 2004-2005

Top Scorer

  • Jassi Sangha: 2007-2008
  • Jassi Sangha: 2006-2007
  • Jeff Taylor: 2005-2006
  • Kyle Thompson: 2004-2005

Top Rookie

  • Keaton Gordon: 2014-2015

Most Sportsmanlike

  • Lundy Trenaman: 2006-2007

Coach of the year

  • Jim Liebel: 2004-2005


References Edit

External linksEdit


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