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Mooretown Flags
Mooretown Flags
City: Mooretown, Ontario
League: Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League
Founded: 1971 (1971)
Home Arena: Mooretown Sports Complex
Colors: Blue, Red, and White
Head Coach: Bruce Aberhart
General Manager: Joe Lavers


The Mooretown Flags are a Junior "C" team based out of Mooretown, Ontario and play in the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League.

HistoryEdit

Founded in 1971, the Flags have won one Clarence Schmalz Cup as All-Ontario Junior "C" Champions.

The Flags have produced much in the way of alumni, including National Hockey League player Brian Dobbin. As well as semi-professionals like Dan and Joe Gardner, and Jeff Perry and Ontario Hockey League players like Cory Pageau.

In 2006 the 1987-88 OHA Junior 'C' Championship team was inducted into the Sarnia Lambton Sports Hall of Fame.

Team Members were: Kerry Adams, Brad Allen, Mike Caley, Mark Cornelious, Ted Dupont, Tyler Fraleigh, Dan Gardner, John Germain, Shane Green, Shawn Jackson, Craig Lindsay, Seth Lippiatt, Brian McCabe, Lee McCabe, Shawn Muscutt, Ken Nicholson, Dave Oldale, Cory Pageau, Jeff Perry, Rob Purdy, Darren Thompson, Bob Waybrant, Ken Williams.

Coach - Mark Davis, Assistant Coach - Steve Degurse, Manager - Bob Haley, Trainer - Bryan Stack

Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1971-72 36 11 19 6 - 146 162 28 6th GLJHL
1972-73 42 16 23 3 - 190 219 35 6th GLJHL
1973-74 42 28 11 3 - 252 174 59 3rd GLJHL
1974-75 42 16 24 2 - 174 196 34 6th GLJHL
1975-76 42 19 19 4 - 247 225 42 5th GLJHL
1976-77 42 10 24 8 - 176 231 28 7th GLJHL
1977-78 42 15 23 4 - 232 249 34 5th GLJHL
1978-79 40 6 28 6 - 207 307 18 8th GLJHL
1980-81 41 22 14 5 - 276 206 49 3rd GLJHL
1981-82 38 27 8 3 - 295 165 57 1st GLJHL
1982-83 39 19 17 3 - 257 257 41 5th GLJHL
1983-84 39 25 9 5 - 265 210 55 3rd GLJHL
1984-85 40 14 19 7 - 199 209 35 6th GLJHL
1985-86 40 18 17 5 - 215 195 41 5th GLJHL
1986-87 40 16 21 3 0 163 212 35 7th GLJHL
1987-88 37 23 10 1 3 203 144 50 3rd GLJHLWon League, Won CSC
1988-89 40 23 14 2 1 238 190 49 5th GLJHL
1989-90 40 19 14 6 1 147 130 45 5th GLJHL
1990-91 41 22 18 0 1 181 192 45 4th GLJHL
1991-92 42 18 21 1 2 174 179 39 6th GLJHL
1992-93 39 25 9 3 2 202 132 55 3rd GLJHL
1993-94 40 17 17 4 2 164 181 40 6th GLJHL
1994-95 40 18 17 4 1 164 149 41 5th GLJHL
1995-96 41 22 11 6 2 163 133 52 2nd GLJHL
1996-97 39 25 10 3 1 180 138 55 2nd GLJHL
1997-98 45 9 28 4 4 139 213 26 9th GLJHL
1998-99 39 12 23 1 3 140 176 28 7th GLJHL
1999-00 41 21 16 3 1 172 158 46 4th GLJHL
2000-01 40 21 15 1 3 144 123 46 5th GLJHL
2001-02 40 22 16 1 1 173 161 46 4th GLJHL
2002-03 40 10 26 1 3 104 160 24 8th GLJHL
2003-04 40 23 13 3 1 154 111 50 3rd GLJHL
2004-05 40 19 13 5 3 146 127 46 5th GLJHL
2005-06 40 26 12 1 1 194 133 54 2nd GLJHLLost Quarter-final
2006-07 40 13 24 2 1 134 181 29 8th GLJHLLost Quarter-final
2007-08 40 13 21 3 3 137 200 32 7th GLJHL
2008-09 40 20 18 - 2 153 161 42 5th GLJHL
2009-10 40 23 16 - 1 208 189 47 4th GLJHL Lost Quarter-final

Clarence Schmalz Cup AppearancesEdit

1988: Mooretown Flags defeated Port Perry Mojacks 4-games-to-1

NHL AlumniEdit

External linksEdit

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