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Leamington Flyers
Leamington Flyers
Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League
City Leamington, Ontario
Founded 1958
Conference Western
Head coach Barry Mcdonald
General manager Marc Cipparone
Arena Heinz Arena
Team colors Red and White
Affiliate team(s) Saginaw Spirit
Wheatley Sharks
Sutherland Cups none
Schmalz Cups 1972 and 1980

The Leamington Flyers are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Leamington, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Western division of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

Originally a member of the Border Cities Junior "B" league, the current Leamington Flyers were founded in 1958. Originally the Flyers were a part of the BCJBHL 1958 until 1964. The entered the new Border Cities league in 1968. When the league became the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League in 1970, the Flyers stayed on board. The Flyers were promoted to the Western Junior "B" league in 1992 and are still a charter member.

On January 3, 1993, the Leamington Flyers helped set a record for the highest scoring tie in the history of the Western Ontario Hockey League by tying the London Nationals 11-11. The Flyers hold the record for the most lopsided game in the history of the WOHL. On January 20, 1995, the Flyers defeated the Windsor Bulldogs by a score of 30-3. On January 26, 2002, the Flyers set the WOHL record for largest margin in a shutout victory by defeating the Aylmer Aces by a score of 16-0.

At the beginning of the 2006-07 season, it was announced that the Flyers have officially affiliated with the Ontario Hockey League's Saginaw Spirit.

Season-by-Season ResultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1958-59 20 5 14 1 - 67 103 11 4th BCJBHL
1959-60 29 6 23 0 - 109 181 12 6th BCJBHL
1960-61 29 7 22 0 - 105 223 14 7th BCJBHL
1961-62 30 13 17 0 - 132 156 26 5th BCJBHL
1962-63 36 11 25 0 - 134 203 22 6th BCJBHL
1963-64 28 16 12 0 - 139 147 32 3rd BCJBHL
1964-67 Standings Not Available
1967-68 51 5 46 0 - 160 355 10 5th WOJBHL
1968-69 30 21 8 1 - 171 119 43 2nd BCJHL
1969-70 34 23 9 2 - 159 104 48 2nd BCJHL "C" Champions
1970-71 40 30 8 2 - 247 133 62 2nd GLJHL
1971-72 36 20 12 4 - 209 169 44 2nd GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1972-73 42 34 6 2 - 298 148 70 2nd GLJHLWon League
1973-74 43 19 20 4 - 184 193 42 6th GLJHLWon League
1974-75 42 25 9 8 - 220 129 58 2nd GLJHL
1975-76 42 26 13 3 - 235 173 55 3rd GLJHL
1976-77 42 22 16 4 - 201 166 48 2nd GLJHL
1977-78 42 21 16 5 - 204 206 47 3rd GLJHL
1978-79 40 15 19 6 - 226 223 36 6th GLJHL
1979-80 42 36 4 2 - 344 156 74 1st GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1980-81 42 28 10 4 - 328 180 60 2nd GLJHL
1981-82 39 26 10 3 - 264 192 55 2nd GLJHL
1982-83 39 29 8 2 - 331 154 62 1st GLJHL
1983-84 40 19 16 5 - 180 170 43 5th GLJHL
1984-85 39 15 20 4 - 171 202 34 7th GLJHL
1985-86 40 13 20 7 - 205 252 33 7th GLJHL
1986-87 38 23 12 2 1 240 163 49 4th GLJHL
1987-88 39 26 10 3 0 247 157 55 1st GLJHL
1988-89 38 29 8 1 0 259 143 59 4th GLJHL
1989-90 40 21 13 4 2 194 176 48 4th GLJHL
1990-91 39 18 21 0 0 157 183 36 8th GLJHL
1991-92 42 13 25 2 2 163 232 30 10th GLJHL
1992-93 52 15 27 5 5 - - 40 5th WOJHL West
1993-94 52 36 14 0 2 293 213 74 1st WOJHL West
1994-95 52 37 11 0 4 320 199 78 2nd WOJHL West
1995-96 52 34 10 6 2 303 202 76 1st WOJHL West Lost Final
1996-97 52 31 13 3 5 276 198 70 1st WOJHL West Lost Final
1997-98 52 29 19 3 1 189 171 62 2nd WOJHL West
1998-99 52 36 12 0 4 254 167 76 2nd WOJHL West
1999-00 54 36 14 0 4 250 183 76 3rd GOHL
2000-01 54 24 24 4 2 176 187 54 6th GOHL
2001-02 54 36 15 2 1 276 172 75 2nd WOJHL
2002-03 48 37 8 1 2 231 131 77 1st WOJHL
2003-04 48 28 18 1 1 178 151 58 4th WOJHL
2004-05 48 20 20 3 5 166 179 48 6th WOJHL
2005-06 48 10 33 1 4 110 196 25 9th WOJHL
2006-07 48 17 28 - 3 159 199 37 8th WOJHLLost Quarter-final
2007-08 48 25 21 - 2 187 191 52 15th GOJHL Lost in Quarter-final
2008-09 52 28 19 - 5 184 170 61 12th GOJHL

Clarence Schmalz Cup AppearancesEdit

1972: Leamington Flyers defeated Cobourg Cougars 4-games-to-1
1980: Leamington Flyers defeated Bradford Blues 4-games-to-none

Notable alumniEdit

External linksEdit

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