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Norway House North Stars
Norwayhouse
City: Norway House, Manitoba
League: Keystone Junior
Hockey League
Home Arena: Kenosew Sipi
First Nation Multiplex
Colors: Green, Gold, White

               

General Manager: Brent Wosnoski
Head Coach: Brent Wosnoski
Franchise history
 ????-04: Northwest Junior
Hockey League
2004-Present: Keystone Junior
Hockey League
Championships
Playoff Championships: 2000, 2001, 2004, 2008


The Norway House North Stars are a Canadian Junior "B" ice hockey team from Norway House, Manitoba. They are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League. The team joined the KJHL in 2004, after the folding of the Northwest Junior Hockey League (NJHL).

In 2008, the North Stars captured the Baldy Northcott Trophy, as KJHL champions, and represented Manitoba at the Keystone Cup for the Western Canadian Junior B Championship, winning the Silver Metal.


















Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1999-00 NJHL Statistics Unavailable Won League
1999-00 HM Playoff 2 0 2 - - 2 12 - - Lost
2000-01 NJHL Statistics Unavailable Won League
2000-01 HM Playoff 3 0 3 - - 13 22 - - Lost
2003-04 NJHL Statistics Unavailable Won League
2003-04 HM Playoff 5 4 1 0 - 23 21 - 1st Won Manitoba
2003-04 Keystone Cup 5 2 3 0 - 18 23 - 5th DNQ
2004-05 KJHL 36 24 11 1 0 178 134 49 3rd Lost Semi Final
2005-06 KJHL 36 19 16 1 0  ?  ? 39 4th Lost Quarter Final
2006-07 KJHL 40 15 22 - 3 192 228 33 8th Lost Quarter Final
2007-08 KJHL 40 24 13 2 1 207 154 51 4th Won League
2007-08 Keystone Cup 6 3 2 1 - 18 17 - 2nd Won Silver
2008-09 KJHL 36 19 17 0 0 176 215 38 5th Lost Quarter Final
2009-10 KJHL 32 14 13 - 5 207 169 33 6th Lost Quarter Final
2010-11 KJHL 32 18 11 1 2 192 135 39 4th Lost Final
2011-12 KJHL 36 21 14 0 1 184 149 43 3rd Lost Final
2012-13 KJHL 36 11 24 - 1 175 274 23 7th Lost Quarter Final

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