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Picton Pirates
Picton Pirates
City: Picton, Ontario
League: Empire B Junior C Hockey League
Founded: 1989 (1989)
Home Arena: Prince Edward Community Centre
Colors: Red, Black, and White
Head Coach: Darren Yuill
General Manager: Jason Parks
Parent club(s): Wellington Dukes

The Picton Pirates are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Picton, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Empire B Junior C Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association.

HistoryEdit

Nicknamed the "Patcheyes", the Picton Pirates were founded in 1989 as members of the Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League.

The Pirates' first three seasons were disastrous. With nine wins in three seasons, including a winless 1991-92 season, the Pirates did not have a lot to cheer about in the early going. Finally, in the fourth season of operation, the Pirates came to life. The Pirates celebrating winning seasons for the next ten years. They capped off this strong run with their only league championship in the 1998-99 season. The Pirates were also regular season champions in 1998 and 2000.

In 1995, the Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League changed its name to the Empire B Junior C Hockey League to avoid further confusion with the rather local Ottawa District Hockey Association's Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League.

In recent years, the Pirates records have been up and down.

In 2005-06, the Pirates finished the regular season in fourth place. In the playoff quarter-final, the Pirates drew the upstart Colborne Cobras. The series ended up being an upset as the it went the distance and the Pirates were defeated 3-games-to-2 in a best-of-five.

The 2006-07 season was not good to the Picton Pirates. They finished in fifth place, just barely outside the playoff picture.

Season-by-Season resultsEdit

Pirates press conference

From left is Jason Parks GM, player Cam Cleave , coach Darren Yuill and player Ryan Beatty.

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1989-90 30 2 27 1 - 116 312 5 6th EOJCHL
1990-91 30 7 23 0 - 141 206 14 6th EOJCHL
1991-92 30 0 28 2 - 85 223 2 6th EOJCHL
1992-93 35 15 15 5 - 184 181 35 3rd EOJCHL
1993-94 36 19 12 5 - 214 159 43 2nd EOJCHL
1994-95 40 23 15 - 2 221 177 48 3rd EOJCHL
1995-96 42 23 14 0 5 214 173 51 4th EBJCHL
1996-97 42 26 15 1 - 211 158 53 2nd EBJCHL
1997-98 36 26 6 4 - 193 124 56 1st EBJCHL
1998-99 36 23 11 1 1 172 116 48 2nd EBJCHL Won League
1999-00 36 24 11 1 0 199 140 49 1st EBJCHL
2000-01 34 17 15 1 1 127 134 36 3rd EBJCHL
2001-02 36 18 12 3 3 164 156 42 3rd EBJCHL
2002-03 34 8 23 1 2 137 187 19 5th EBJCHL
2003-04 34 18 15 0 1 145 154 37 4th EBJCHL
2004-05 34 18 7 6 2 142 100 45 2nd EBJCHL
2005-06 34 13 20 1 0 129 132 27 4th EBJCHL Lost Quarter-final
2006-07 40 13 27 0 3 153 211 29 5th EBJCHL DNQ
2007-08 40 15 23 - 2 163 218 32 5th EBJCHL
2008-09 40 15 23 - 2 151 216 32 4th EBJCHL
2009-10 40 22 17 - 1 185 139 45 4th EBJCHL Lost Semi-final

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