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This article is about the Canadian 'B' Junior ice hockey team that currently plays in the KIJHL. For other ice hockey teams of the same name, see Kimberley Dynamiters.
Kimberley Dynamiters
Kimberley Dynamiters
City: Kimberley, British Columbia
League: Kootenay International Junior Hockey League
Conference: Kootenay
Division: Eddie Mountain
Founded: 1932 (1932)–33
Home Arena: Kimberley Civic Centre
Colours: Red, black, white, vegas gold
                   
Head Coach: Flag of Canada Garry Jacklin
General Manager: Flag of Canada Garry Jacklin
Franchise history
1932-81: Kimberley (Sr.) Dynamiters
1972-90: Kimberley Knights
1991-Present: Kimberley Dynamiters


The Kimberley Dynamiters are a Canadian Junior 'B' ice hockey team from Kimberley, British Columbia playing in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

The team was founded in 2001. Kimberley also had a team, the Knights, in the KIJHL between 1972 and 1989.

HistoryEdit

The Kimberley Dynamiters name was previously used by Kimberley's now defunct senior hockey clubs that played in the WKHL, the ABCSL, and the WIHL between 1932 to 1981.[1]

The Kimberley Knights won the KIJHL in 1979/80. Later, as the Dynamiters, Kimberley won the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League championship in 1994 and 1999 as a Junior "A" team.

Season-by-Season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts PIM Finish Playoffs
1972-73 30 11 18 1 - 143 181 23 3rd, East
1973-74 30 17 12 1 - 203 157 35 2nd, East
1974-75 34 10 24 0 - 179 228 20 3rd, East
1975-76 34 21 12 1 - 193 158 43 2nd, East
1976-77 44 19 23 2 - 188 203 40 3rd, East
1977-78 42 15 27 0 - 182 232 30 4th, East
1978-79 40 24 14 2 - 251 196 50 3rd, East
1979-80 40 28 11 1 - 252 192 57 2nd, East KIJHL Champions
1980-81 40 28 11 1 - 234 166 57 2nd, East
1981-82 42 25 14 3 - 262 217 53 2nd, East
1982-83 42 15 27 0 - 197 248 30 5th, East
1983-84 42 19 23 0 - 236 242 38 3rd, East
1984-85 42 13 28 1 - 229 326 27 5th, East
1985-86 37 6 31 0 - 156 310 12 5th, East
1986-87 42 6 36 0 - 156 359 12 4th, East
1987-88 42 17 24 1 - 220 241 35 4th, East
1988-89 43 23 19 1 - 212 206 47 3rd, East
1989-90 40 7 33 0 - 189 296 14 5th, East
1990-91 Did Not Participate
1991-92 52 15 35 2 - 218 276 32 4th, Kootenay
1992-93 52 32 20 - 0 274 224 64 2nd, Kootenay
1993-94 52 40 9 - 3 339 178 83 1st, Kootenay RMJHL Champions
1994-95 52 26 25 - 1 263 255 53 3rd, Kootenay
1995-96 58 30 25 - 3 244 268 63 4th, Kootenay
1996-97 60 26 34 - 0 243 282 52 6th, RMJHL Lost in Semifinals
1997-98 54 49 5 - 0 419 196 98 1st, RMJHL Lost in Finals
1998-99 45 28 14 - 3 188 159 59 1st, RMJHL RMJHL Champions
1999-00 58 30 24 - 4 223 204 64 1871 5th, AWHL
2000-01 60 34 24 - 2 221 227 70 1921 4th, AWHL
2001-02 50 21 20 4 5 195 206 51 2061 2nd, Eddie Mountain
2002-03 50 24 19 6 1 204 173 55 1965 2nd, Eddie Mountain
2003-04 50 19 23 6 2 216 217 46 2309 2nd, Eddie Mountain
2004-05 50 31 15 0 4 238 194 66 2134 1st, Eddie Mountain
2005-06 50 28 15 5 2 225 162 58 1720 2nd, Eddie Mountain Lost in Finals
2006-07 52 22 26 - 4 189 227 48 2186 3rd, Eddie Mountain Lost In Division Final
2007-08 52 25 21 - 6 206 192 56 1674 3rd, Eddie Mountain
2008-09 52 28 17 - 7 193 183 63 1486 4th, Eddie Mountain Lost in Division Final
2009-10 50 26 19 1 4 175 149 57 1392 3rd, Eddie Mountain Lost in Conference Quarterfinals, 2–4 (Thundercats)

Awards and trophiesEdit

Most Sportsmanlike

  • Leo Keefer: 2008-2009
  • Leo Keefer: 2007-2008

Top Scorer

  • Tommy Latouche-Gauvin: 2007-2008
  • Mike Whitequills: 2006-2007
  • Chris Kostiuk: 2005-2006
  • Chris Kostiuk: 2004-2005

Most Valuable Player

  • Chris Kostiuk: 2005-2006
  • Chris Kostiuk: 2004-2005

Rookie of the year

  • Drayson Bowman: 2004-2005

ReferencesEdit

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