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|League:|| Keystone Junior|
|Home Arena:|| Fisher River|
|Colors:|| Red, White, Black
|General Manager:||Doug Daniels|
|Head Coach:||Farron Cochrane|
|2006-09:||Two Nations River Hawks|
|2009 - Present:||Peguis Juniors|
|Playoff Championships:||1996, 1998, 2013|
The Peguis Juniors are a Canadian Junior "B" ice hockey team from Peguis, Manitoba. They are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League and were members of the KJHL’s predecessor Manitoba Junior B Hockey League (MJBHL). The team is owned by Peguis First Nation, the largest First Nations community in Manitoba.
The Juniors captured 2 Carillon Cups well playing in the MJBHL. The first in 1996, in only their second season, and the other, 2 years later, in 1998. Both times, the MJBHL Champs were also awarded the Baldy Northcott Trophy as Provincial Champions, and represented Manitoba at the Western Canada Championship for the Keystone Cup.
Starting in 2006, Peguis partnered with Fisher River Cree Nation for three seasons, and know as Two Nations River Hawks.
The team played in the Peguis Arena until February 19, 2007, when the arena was lost to fire. After the fire and for the next 4 seasons the team played all their home games in Fisher Branch. As of the 2011-2012 season, they'll now play all their home games in Fisher River.
Peguis is building a new $15.9 million multiplex, phase 1,
a new arena is expected to be ready in 2014.
The Juniors won their third championship in 2013, capturing the Baldy Northcott Trophy. The team finished the regular season with a record of 33-2-0-1. They won 24 consecutive games to finish the season and then won 11 straight in the playoffs, a winning streak of 35 games. They will go down as one of the greatest Junior B teams ever assembled in Manitoba, and likely the best all-aboriginal team ever assembled in Manitoba.
Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.
|1994-95||MJBHL||Statistics Unavailable||5th||Lost Quarter Final|
|1995-96||MJBHL||Statistics Unavailable||2nd||Won League|
|1996-97||MJBHL||Statistics Unavailable||2nd||Lost Final|
|1998-99||MJBHL||32||17||14||1||0||204||177||35||4th||Lost Quarter Final|
|1999-00||MJBHL||32||19||12||1||0||207||183||39||3rd||Lost Quarter Final|
|2000-01||MJBHL||Statistics Unavailable||3rd||Lost Semi Final|
|2001-02||MJBHL||36||21||14||0||1||199||157||43||3rd||Lost Semi Final|
|2002-03||MJBHL||32||18||12||1||1||183||131||38||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|2003-04||MJBHL||33||19||13||0||1||154||129||39||3rd||Lost Semi Final|
|2004-05||KJHL||36||17||14||0||5||191||192||39||4th||Lost Semi Final|
|2005-06||KJHL||36||17||18||0||1||?||?||35||5th||Lost Semi Final|
|2006-07||KJHL||40||19||19||-||2||198||229||40||5th||Lost Semi Final|
|2007-08||KJHL||40||16||24||0||0||175||219||32||7th||Lost Quarter Final|
|2008-09||KJHL||36||12||17||0||7||138||160||31||6th||Lost Quarter Final|
|2009-10||KJHL||32||21||10||-||1||196||147||43||3rd||Lost Semi Final|
|2010-11||KJHL||32||16||10||1||5||184||144||38||5th||Lost Quarter Final|
|2011-12||KJHL||36||17||16||0||3||172||188||37||5th||Lost Quarter Final|
|2012-13||Keystone Cup||5||3||2||0||-||21||20||-||3rd||Lost Bronze Game|