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|Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Head coach||Jason Brooks|
|General manager||Wayne Long|
|Arena||Listowel Memorial Arena|
|Team colors||Red, Black, and White|
The Listowel Cyclones were named after famous local professional hockey player Fred "Cyclone" Taylor.
Founded in 1972, the team started out in the Central Junior C Hockey League, but moved up to Midwestern "B" in 1979. The team had horrible results in the 80s, sometimes going for months without a single victory. The 90s were decent to the Cyclones, but by 1999 the team fell into some bad years. The Cyclones had their coming out party in 2005 though, winning the league championship for the first time in history to earn the right to compete for the Sutherland Cup, another team first.
Despite never truly being a contender, the team has had moments of greatness and weakness. On one hand, the Cyclones hold the record for the worst defeat in Mid-Western "B" history: a 23-3 loss to the Waterloo Siskins on December 11, 1983. On the other hand, the team came out of nowhere to win the league title in 2005. Another record they set that year, as the 7th seed in the playoffs, was the lowest entry seed in league history to win the championship. Listowel came in third in the Sutherland Cup Round Robin, losing out to the Chatham Maroons and the eventual champion Thorold Blackhawks.
|1974-75||29||15||12||2||-||159||132||32||4th CJCHL II|
|1975-76||30||17||10||3||-||169||162||37||3rd CJCHL II|
|1976-77||36||28||7||1||-||359||130||57||1st CJCHL||Won League|
|1980-81||42||20||22||0||-||187||205||40||5th MWJBHL||Lost Semi-final|
|1981-82||42||23||17||2||-||235||187||48||5th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1982-83||42||17||25||0||-||220||275||34||5th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1986-87||40||13||26||1||-||191||279||27||5th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1987-88||48||20||27||1||-||266||298||41||7th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1988-89||48||23||25||0||-||247||305||46||3rd MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1991-92||48||22||24||2||-||224||207||46||5th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1992-93||48||28||18||2||-||234||192||58||5th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1993-94||48||27||17||4||-||259||176||58||4th MWJBHL||Lost Semi-final|
|1994-95||48||26||20||2||-||260||204||54||6th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1995-96||48||15||29||4||-||165||212||34||8th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1996-97||48||21||22||5||-||254||232||47||6th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1997-98||48||10||34||4||-||156||249||24||8th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1998-99||48||17||27||4||-||173||228||38||8th MWJBHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2004-05||48||21||19||5||3||171||156||50||7th MWJBHL||Won League|
|2005-06||48||23||23||2||-||191||174||48||6th MWJBHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2006-07||48||25||16||5||2||169||148||57||3rd MWJBHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2007-08||48||29||14||4||1||151||126||63||2nd GOJHL-MW||Lost Semi-final|
|2009-10||51||27||23||-||1||179||188||55||3rd GOJHL-MW||Lost Conf. QF|
- Mid-Western "B" League Champions: 2005
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