Fandom

Ice Hockey Wiki

Lakeshore Canadiens

54,173pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Belle River Canadiens
Lakeshore Canadiens logo
Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League
City Belle River, Ontario
Founded 1978
Division South
Head Coach Rob Serviss
General Manager Mark Seguin
Arena Atlas Tube Centre
Team Colors Red, Blue, and White
League Champions 1985, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2010, 2011
Clarence Schmalz Cups 1985, 1992, 1994, 1995


The Lakeshore Canadiens are a Junior "C" team based out of Belle River, Ontario. They play out of the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association. The organization is a four time Clarence Schmalz Cup champion winning the championships in 1985, 1992, 1994, 1995. The team was renamed in 2014 from the Belle River Canadiens to the Lakeshore Canadiens to coincide with their move to their new home the Atlas Tube Centre for the 2014-15 season. The team had played out of the Belle River District Community Centre from 1978 to 2014.

Belle River Canadiens

HistoryEdit

From 1985 until 2001, the Canadiens were one of the most feared teams in all of Ontario Junior "C" hockey. Within those 17 years, the Canadiens won 11 GLJHL Championships and 4 Clarence Schmalz Cups as All-Ontario Junior "C" Champions in 8 trips to the All-Ontario Finals.After 9 years The Canadiens once again won the Great Lakes Junior "C" Title in 2010 defeating the Wallaceburg Lakers in 4 Games, In the Schmalz Cup Semi-Finals they defeated the Grimsby Peach Kings 4 Games to 1 to advance to their first Ontario Final in 9 Years. They once again faced the Grimsby Peach Kings in the Ontario Semi Finals. Grimsby would win the series 4 games to 1.

The Belle River Canadiens have won 13 Great Lakes Junior C League Championships, they are 2nd to the Essex 73's who have won 18. Essex and Belle River have also won the most Ontario Championships, Essex with 6 and the Canadiens with 4.

On June 6, 2014, the team announced it was changing its name to the Lakeshore Canadiens.

The Canadiens moved into the brand new Atlas Tube Centre in the fall of 2014. In there first game at the new Atlas Tube Centre Sebastian Kanally scored the first ever goal 38 seconds into the game as the Canadiens defeated there rivals from Essex by a score of 3-1. The Canadiens would finish 24-13-0-3 in there first full season in there new rink.

Season-by-Season recordEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1978-79 40 12 23 5 - 160 229 27 7th GLJHL
1979-80 41 8 32 1 - 197 351 17 7th GLJHL
1980-81 42 8 32 2 - 184 317 18 7th GLJHL
1981-82 39 19 16 4 - 253 211 42 4th GLJHL
1982-83 39 23 9 7 - 293 177 53 3rd GLJHL
1983-84 39 27 9 3 - 227 139 57 2nd GLJHL
1984-85 40 27 9 4 - 224 142 58 1st GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1985-86 40 25 14 1 - 263 190 51 2nd GLJHL
1986-87 38 23 11 2 2 196 129 50 3rd GLJHL
1987-88 39 19 14 4 2 209 201 44 5th GLJHL
1988-89 38 30 6 2 0 272 123 62 1st GLJHLWon League
1989-90 40 37 1 2 0 301 79 76 1st GLJHLWon League, Lost CSC Final
1990-91 40 29 7 3 1 244 101 62 1st GLJHLWon League
1991-92 40 35 4 1 0 306 102 71 1st GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1992-93 40 27 8 1 4 234 139 59 2nd GLJHL
1993-94 40 35 2 3 0 293 109 73 1st GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1994-95 40 38 0 1 1 249 87 78 1st GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1995-96 42 38 2 2 0 198 77 78 1st GLJHLWon League
1996-97 40 39 0 1 0 265 82 79 1st GLJHLWon League, Lost CSC Final
1997-98 45 34 8 3 0 194 104 71 1st GLJHLLost Semi Finals
1998-99 40 32 6 1 1 191 94 66 1st GLJHLLost Semi Finals
1999-00 39 33 3 3 0 214 92 69 1st GLJHLWon League, Lost CSC Final
2000-01 40 32 3 2 3 175 93 69 1st GLJHLWon League, Lost CSC Final
2001-02 40 21 16 2 1 156 138 45 5th GLJHLLost Semi Finals
2002-03 40 16 16 6 2 132 126 40 5th GLJHLLost Quarter-final
2003-04 40 14 18 2 6 101 131 36 6th GLJHLLost Quarter-final
2004-05 40 16 21 1 2 130 154 35 7th GLJHLLost Quarter-final
2005-06 40 20 17 1 2 182 156 43 6th GLJHLLost Quarter-final
2006-07 40 27 10 2 1 221 149 57 2nd GLJHLLost Final
2007-08 40 33 5 1 1 227 114 68 2nd GLJHL
2008-09 40 26 9 - 5 213 133 57 2nd GLJHL
2009-10 40 31 7 - 2 241 126 64 1st GLJHL Won League, Lost CSC Final
2010-11 40 29 10 - 1 192 102 59 2nd GLJHL Won League, Lost CSC Semi-final
2011-12 40 27 10 - 3 166 112 57 2nd GLJHL Lost Final
2012-13 40 26 11 - 3 146 109 55 2nd GLJHL Lost Semi-final
2013-14 40 23 15 - 2 165 141 48 2nd GLJHL Won Quarters - 4-3 - (Admirals)
Won Semi's - 4-2 - (Blades)
Lost Finals - 2-4 - (73's)
2014-15 40 24 13 - 3 180 135 51 3rd GLJHL Lost Quarters - 3-4 - (Jr. Kings)

Clarence Schmalz Cup AppearancesEdit

1985: Belle River Canadiens defeated Midland Centennials 4-games-to-1
1990: Orangeville Crushers defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-3
1992: Belle River Canadiens defeated Stayner Siskins 4-games-to-2
1994: Belle River Canadiens defeated Rockton Real McCoys 4-games-to-none
1995: Belle River Canadiens defeated Bowmanville Eagles 4-games-to-none
1997: Glanbrook Rangers defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-2
2000: Lakefield Chiefs defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-2
2001: Chippawa Riverhawks defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-1
2010: Alliston Hornets defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-2
2011:Grimsby Peach Kings defeated Belle River Canadiens 4-games-to-1

External linksEdit

Notable alumniEdit

This page uses content from Wikipedia. The original article was at Lakeshore Canadiens. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Ice Hockey Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA).


Also on Fandom

Random Wiki