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North Bay Trappers
North Bay Trappers
City: Flag of Ontario North Bay, Ontario
League: Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League
Division: Eastern
Founded: 1988
Home Arena: North Bay Memorial Gardens
Colors: Blue, Red, and White


              

General Manager: Guy Blanchard
Head Coach: Ian Swalucynski
Franchise history
1988-1990: Haileybury 54's
1990-1991: Powassan Passport
1991-1994: Powassan Hawks
1994-2002: Sturgeon Falls Lynx
2002-2009: North Bay Skyhawks
2009-Present: North Bay Trappers

The North Bay Trappers are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from North Bay, Ontario, Canada. They are a part of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. As the Powassan Hawks, this team won two Dudley Hewitt Cups (1992 and 1993).

HistoryEdit

In 2002, the year after the Ontario Hockey League's North Bay Centennials moved to Saginaw, Michigan, North Bay bought the Sturgeon Falls Lynx. The team was known as the North Bay Skyhawks from 2002-2009.In the summer of 2009, the team was renamed the Trappers in the memory of the NOJHA's North Bay Trappers.

North Bay Skyhawks

Skyhawks logo 2002-2009.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1988-89 41 6 32 3 - 173 313 15 4th NOJHL
1989-90 40 4 34 2 - 138 337 10 6th NOJHL
1990-91 40 21 12 7 - 212 175 49 2nd NOJHL
1991-92 48 33 14 1 - 318 164 67 3rd NOJHL Won League
1992-93 48 35 12 1 - 370 202 71 2nd NOJHL Won League
1993-94 40 33 6 1 - 273 118 67 1st NOJHL Won League
1994-95 48 33 12 3 - 237 136 69 3rd NOJHL
1995-96 44 29 12 3 - 192 129 61 2nd NOJHL Lost Final
1996-97 40 28 11 1 - 203 157 57 2nd NOJHL Lost Final
1997-98 40 22 15 3 - 202 176 47 2nd NOJHL
1998-99 40 19 18 3 - 167 168 41 4th NOJHL
1999-00 40 30 9 1 - 236 131 61 2nd NOJHL Lost Final
2000-01 40 21 17 1 1 156 166 44 4th NOJHL
2001-02 42 19 18 0 5 188 197 43 4th NOJHL
2002-03 48 39 7 2 - 277 111 80 1st NOJHL Won League
2003-04 48 34 7 4 3 233 110 75 1st NOJHL Won League
2004-05 48 31 11 3 3 196 122 68 1st NOJHL Won League
2005-06 48 30 18 0 0 166 141 60 3rd NOJHL Lost Final
2006-07 48 23 24 0 1 164 169 47 6th NOJHL Lost Semi-final
2007-08 50 31 14 - 5 191 152 91 3rd NOJHL
2008-09 50 41 6 - 3 251 151 85 1st NOJHLLost Final
2009-10 50 34 14 - 2 227 161 70 2nd NOJHL Lost Quarter-final

Notable alumniEdit

External linksEdit



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