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HistoryEdit

The junior North Bay Trappers started operating in 1921-22 which was the third year of the Northern Ontario Hockey Association.

They made a very big impact in their first seven years. They finished first in six of those years. The Trappers won the Northern Ontario title in 1923-24 and 1925-26.

But in May, 1928 the town's arena burned down.

For the next 10 years there was only one season that the junior Trappers played a full schedule. That was in 1936-37 just after the new arena was built. Otherwise an all-star team was usually picked from the local junior league to represent the town in the regional playoffs. The Trappers did manage to win the 1938-39 Northern Ontario championship. But even this limited participation ended in 1939 when World War II started.

The junior Trappers would not be revived until 1962-63. There were several other teams that played out of North Bay in those years. Genrally junior hockey died out in Northern Ontario, as many players were lured to southern Ontario teams by promises of big money and possible National Hockey League careers.

The Northern Ontario Junior League was started up in 1962-63. The Trappers did very well, winning the league title in 1964, 1966 and 1968. But this league folded in 1972, after Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie were accepted into the Ontario Hockey League.

Season-by-Season RecordsEdit

1922 to 1928Edit

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
For
Goals
against
StandingPlayoffs
1921-22 4 2 2 0 4 16 17 tied 1st Lost Final
1922-233 3 0 0 6 14 2 1st Lost Final
1923-246 4 2 0 8 34 13 1st Won Final Lost East Quarter Final
1924-258 3 5 0 6 21 31 2nd out of playoffs
1925-267 5 2 010 35 21 1st Won Final Lost East Quarter Final
1926-278 6 1 1 13 - - 1st Lost Final
1927-2812 7 5 014 - - 1st Lost Final


1929 to 1939Edit


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Season-by-Season resultsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1962-63 40 24 15 1 - 231 165 49 3rd NOJHL Lost Final
1963-64 40 28 12 0 - 263 144 56 1st NOJHL Won League
1964-65 40 25 13 2 - 255 184 52 1st NOJHL Lost Final
1965-66 40 27 12 1 - 246 173 55 1st NOJHL Won League
1966-67 40 25 15 0 - 238 168 50 2nd NOJHL Lost Final
1967-68 40 21 19 0 - 195 177 42 3rd NOJHL Won League
1968-69 48 20 27 1 - 211 230 41 4th NOJHL Lost Semi-final
1969-70 48 23 23 2 - 247 259 48 3rd NOJHL Lost Semi-final
1970-71 48 14 32 2 - 161 249 30 4th NOJHL Lost Semi-final
1971-72 52 14 33 5 - 169 278 33 4th NOJHL Lost Semi-final
1972-73 44 13 29 2 - 213 283 28 11th OPJHL
1973-74 44 21 19 4 - 264 250 46 7th OPJHL
1974-75 44 22 18 4 - 238 208 48 8th OPJHL
1975-76 44 27 13 4 - 247 189 58 2nd OPJHL Won League
1976-77 44 27 11 6 - 287 201 60 2nd OPJHL
1977-78 50 27 16 7 - 285 245 61 4th OPJHL
1978-79 50 33 14 3 - 313 224 69 3rd OPJHL
1979-80 44 22 17 5 - 228 181 49 6th OPJHL
1980-81 44 22 22 0 - 240 253 44 6th OPJHL
1981-82 50 8 38 4 - 206 403 20 11th OJHL

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