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Metro Marauders
Halifax Lions
City: Flag of Nova Scotia Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
League: Maritime Junior A Hockey League
Division: Bent
Founded: 1967
Home Arena: Dartmouth Sportsplex
Colors: Blue, Yellow and White


              

General Manager: Troy Ryan
Head Coach: Troy Ryan
Franchise history
1967-2008: Antigonish Bulldogs
2008-2010: Halifax Lions
2010-Present: Metro Marauders

The Metro Marauders are a junior A hockey franchise based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. They play their home games at the Dartmouth Sportsplex. The team is a member of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League and plays in the Bent Division.

HistoryEdit

The Lions were known as the Antigonish Bulldogs for 40 years. After it was decided that operating in Antigonish, Nova Scotia was no longer viable, the franchise was sold to a Metro Halifax group and then relocated to that city in the summer of 2008. The team's nickname was announced on August 22. The name is a tribute to the successful Halifax Lions teams of the 1980s.

In 2010, the team was relocated to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and renamed the Metro Marauders.

Season-by-Season recordEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1986-87 40 11 21 8 - 171 222 30 4th MVJHL
1987-88 40 21 16 3 - 202 171 45 3rd MVJHL
1988-89 40 20 13 7 - 209 186 47 3rd MVJHL
1989-90 38 24 12 2 - 230 181 50 3rd MVJHL
1990-91 40 21 12 7 - 210 172 49 3rd MVJHL
1991-92 46 25 14 7 - 256 195 57 2nd MJAHL
1992-93 48 23 16 7 2 235 179 55 3rd MJAHL Won League
1993-94 48 32 13 2 1 273 177 67 2nd MJAHL Won League
1994-95 48 27 14 7 0 215 202 61 2nd MJAHL
1995-96 54 32 19 2 1 288 231 67 2nd MJAHL
1996-97 56 30 21 3 2 287 264 65 4th MJAHL
1997-98 51 19 25 3 4 229 244 45 7th MJAHL
1998-99 48 29 16 3 - 241 149 64 3rd MJAHL
1999-00 52 34 12 5 1 273 181 74 3rd MJAHL
2000-01 52 33 16 2 1 260 187 69 2nd MJAHL Won League
2001-02 52 4 41 4 3 123 296 15 10th MJAHL
2002-03 52 24 27 1 0 210 226 49 7th MJAHL
2003-04 52 20 25 3 4 166 206 47 7th MJAHL
2004-05 56 23 25 5 3 200 216 54 8th MJAHL
2005-06 56 30 22 0 4 196 182 65 5th MJAHL Lost in division semi-final
2006-07 58 28 21 0 9 218 229 65 7th MJAHL Lost in division quarter-Final
2007-08 58 6 48 - 4 105 299 16 12th MJAHL
2008-09 54 10 39 - 5 159 288 25 10th MJAHL
2009-10 50 22 24 - 4 178 199 48 6th MJAHL Lost Quarter-final

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