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This is a list of seasons completed by the Coventry Blaze ice hockey team, presently of the British Elite League.

This list documents the season-by-season records of the Coventry Blaze since their relocation to Coventry from Solihull in 2000 to the present day.

Regular Season Champions Playoff Champions Challenge Cup Winners Second Tier Title Winners
Season League Tier Regular season[1] Post-season (Playoffs) Challenge Cup Other competitions
Finish GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
2000–01 British League 2 4th 36 26 9 - 1 215 111 53 Finished third in qualifying group[2]
2001–02 British League 2 2nd 44 33 9 2 - 227 118 68 Finished first in qualifying group[2]</br>Won in Semi Final, 10-4 (Guildford)</br>Lost in Final, 7-8 (Dundee)
2002–03 British League 2 1st 36 30 4 1 1 173 69 62 Finished first in qualifying group[3] </br>Won in Semi Final, 2-0 (Guildford)</br>Won BNL Playoffs, 2-0 (Cardiff) Finished fourth in qualifying group[4]
2003–04 Elite League 1 3rd 56 29 20 7 0 185 156 65 Finished third in qualifying group[5] Finished fifth in qualifying group
2004–05 Elite League 1 1st 50 33 6 6 5 181 104 77 Finished first in qualifying group</br>Won in Semi Final, 3-0 (Sheffield)</br>Won British Championship, 2-1 (Nottingham) Finished first in qualifying group</br>Won in Semi Final, 5-4 (Nottingham)</br>Won Challenge Cup, 11-5 (Cardiff)
2005–06 Elite League 1 4th 42 23 12 4 3 150 107 53 Finished third in qualifying group[6] Finished second in qualifying group</br>Won in Semi Final, 8-7 (Nottingham)</br>Lost in Final, 4-5 (Cardiff) IIHF Continental Cup, finished second in group stage
2006–07 Elite League 1 1st 54 36 15 - 3 186 129 75 Won in Quarter Final, 5-4 (Newcastle)[7]</br>Lost in Semi Final, 2-3 (Cardiff) Finished first in qualifying group</br>Won in Semi Final, 6-4 (Manchester)</br>Won Challenge Cup, 9-4 (Sheffield)
2007–08 Elite League 1 1st 54 41 11 - 2 217 127 84 Won in Quarter Final, 4-2 (Edinburgh)
Won in Semi Final, 4-2 (Newcastle)
Lost in Final, 0-2 (Sheffield)
Finished third in qualifying group Lost Charity Shield, 6-7 (Nottingham)[8]
Won British Knockout Cup, (Basingstoke)
IIHF Continental Cup, finished fourth in group stage
2008–09 Elite League 1 2nd 54 38 14 - 2 228 151 78 Won in Quarter Final, 6-4 (Newcastle)[9]</br>Lost in Semi Final, 2-6 (Nottingham) Finished second in qualifying group
Lost in Semi Final, 5-2 (Belfast)
Won Charity Shield, 5-4 (Sheffield)
IIHF Continental Cup, finished second in group stage
2009–10 Elite League 1 1st 56 38 18 - 0 228 174 76 Won in Quarter Final, 6-2 (Hull)
Lost in Semi Final, 6-3 (Cardiff)[10]
Finished third in qualifying group Lost 20/20 Hockey Fest Final, 2-3 (Sheffield)
2010-11 Elite League 1 Lost Charity Shield, 2-4 (Belfast)
Will contest IIHF Continental Cup
Regular season totals 482 327 118 20 17 1990 1246 691 4 Regular season titles (+1 British League Title)

FootnotesEdit

  1. Code explanation; GP—Games played, W—Wins, L—Losses, T—Tied games, OTL—Overtime losses, GF—Goals for, GA—Goals against, Pts—Points
  2. 2.0 2.1 The top eight teams in the league qualified for the playoffs and were divided into two groups of four. Each team played once at home and once away against each team with the top two qualifying for the semi finals. The semi finals and final were played over two legs.
  3. The top eight teams in the league qualified for the playoffs and were divided into two groups of four. Each team played once at home and once away against each team with the top two qualifying for the semi finals. The semi finals and final were played as best-of-three series
  4. Coventry entered the Superleague Challenge Cup
  5. The top six teams qualified for the playoffs and were divided into two groups of three. The top two in each group advanced to the semi finals. The semi finals and final were played as one off games over a single weekend.
  6. All eight teams qualified for the post season. Semi final and final format the same as 2003-04 and 2004-05.
  7. In 2006-07, the top eight teams qualified for the play offs which were played on a knockout basis. The quarter finals were played over two legs with a team's quarter final opponent determined on their league standing (1st vs 8th, 2nd vs 7th, 3rd vs 6th and 4th vs 5th). The semi final and final remained as one off games played over a single weekend.
  8. For the first time a Charity Shield cup game was played before the start of the regular season between the previous seasons league champions and playoff champions
  9. In 2008-09, the top eight teams qualified for the play offs which were played on a knockout basis. The quarter finals were played over two legs with a team's quarter final opponent determined on their league standing (1st vs 8th, 2nd vs 7th, 3rd vs 6th and 4th vs 5th). The semi final and final remained as one off games played over a single weekend.
  10. All eight teams qualified for the post season. Finals format the same as 2008-09.

ReferencesEdit

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