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Pilot Butte Storm
Pilote Butte Storm
City Pilot Butte, Saskatchewan
League Prairie Junior Hockey League
Division South
Founded 1993 as Regina Express
Home arena Pilot Butte Recreation Centre
Colors Crimson, gold, white, and black
                   
General manager Dale Lewgood
Head coach Brad Schmidt
Captain Dylan Herzberg
Championships 2007, 2008, 2011 & 2012

Website
PilotButteStorm.ca
Franchise history
1993–1998 Regina Express
1998–2001 Pilot Butte Express
2001–Present Pilot Butte Storm
2015–Present Traveland RV Storm (sponsorship)


The Pilot Butte Storm are a Junior ice hockey team based in Pilot Butte, Saskatchewan, Canada. They are members of the South Division of the Prairie Junior Hockey League (PJHL). The Storm play their home games at the Pilot Butte Recreation Centre. Dylan Herzberg is currently the captain of the team and Brad Schmidt is the head coach.

HistoryEdit

Originally the Regina Express, then moved to Pilot Butte in 2001, originally playing in the South Sask Junior Hockey League the Storm have advanced to the league finals for ten-straight (2006-2015) seasons, winning the PJHL championship in 2007, 2008, 2011 and 2012. Pilot Butte won the division title in 2008, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2015. The Storm won the Athol Murray Trophy in 2007, 2008, 2011 and 2012 to earn the right to represent Saskatchewan at the Keystone Cup. In 2011 the Storm had their best result in team history finishing as Keystone Cup Bronze medalist.

They also operated a Junior C team in the former Regina Junior C Hockey League.


Season-by-season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

South Sask Junior Hockey League (1993-2006)

Season GP W L T OL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1993-94 30 12 17 1 - 25 146 167 5th SSJHL
1994-95 30 14 15 1 - 29 166 187 4th SSJHL
1995-96 30 5 25 0 - 10 144 210 6th SSJHL
1996-97 34 8 24 2 - 18 140 210 4th West
1997-98 35 14 21 0 - 28 155 206 5th SSJHL
1998-99 38 12 25 - 1 25 121 237 5th SSJHL
1999-00 38 10 27 1 - 21 149 215 6th SSJHL
2000-01 26 4 22 0 - 8 95 149 6th SSJHL Folded during season
2001-02 37 9 27 3 - 21 164 216 T-th SSJHL
2002-03 39 13 23 1 2 29 161 205 5th SSJHL
2003-04 36 23 12 1 0 47 201 168 3rd SSJHL
2004-05 36 21 8 2 5 49 191 123 3rd SSJHL SSJHL Champions
2005-06 40 27 13 0 0 55 194 136 2nd, South Lost in league finals to Regina Capitals

* Note: Some statistics are unknown for seasons in the SSJHL

Prairie Junior Hockey League (2006–present)Edit

Season GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs [1]
2006-07 38 23 10 5 5 52 172 138 2nd, South PJHL Champions
2007-08 36 27 9 0 0 56 178 111 1st, South PJHL Champions
2008-09 42 30 12 0 0 60 199 139 2nd, South Lost in league finals to Saskatoon Royals
2009-10 42 36 6 0 0 72 220 99 1st, South Lost in league finals to Tri-Town Thunder
2010-11 40 25 15 0 0 53 176 138 3rd, South PJHL Champions
2011-12 40 30 10 0 0 60 208 135 2nd, South PJHL Champioins
2012-13 40 30 9 0 1 61 222 118 1st, South Lost in league finals to Saskatoon Royals
2013-14 40 31 8 0 1 63 260 102 1st, South Lost league finals to Saskatoon Quakers
2014-15 38 31 5 0 2 64 232 117 1st, South Lost league finals to Saskatoon Quakers
2015-16 40 22160 2 46217140 3rd, South Lost quarter finals to Assiniboia Rebels
2016-17 40 25120 3 53161150 2nd of 5, South
3rd of 12 PJHL
Won Div Semifinals, 4-3 (Rebels)
Lost Div. Finals, 0-4 (Capitals)

References Edit

  1. PHJL Regular Season and Playoffs Standings Since 2005. PJHL. Retrieved on 26 October 2015.

External links Edit

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