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Powell River Kings
Powell River Kings Logo
City: Powell River, British Columbia, Canada
League: British Columbia Hockey League
Conference: Coastal
Founded: 1988 (1988)–89
Home Arena: Hap Parker Arena
Colours: Green, Gold, White
              
Head Coach: Flag of Canada Kent Lewis
General Manager: Flag of Canada Kent Lewis
Franchise history
1988-98: Powell River Paper Kings
1998-Present: Powell River Kings


The Powell River Kings are a Junior "A" Ice Hockey team based in Powell River, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the Coastal Conference of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). They play their home games at Hap Parker Arena.

HistoryEdit

Powell River joined the BCJHL for the start of the 1988-89 season with the name the "Paper Kings", when they assumed the Delta Flyers franchise. They dropped the "Paper" from their name for the start of the 1998-99 season.


Season-by-Season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes


Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points PIM Finish Playoffs
1988-89 60 39 20 1 - 390 286 79 3221 2nd, Coastal Lost in Semifinals, 3-4 (Royals)
1989-90 61 28 27 6 - 298 325 62 2094 3rd, Coastal Lost in Quarterfinals
1990-91 60 33 24 3 - 329 308 69 1932 2nd, Coastal Lost in Finals, 0-4 (Lakers)
1991-92 60 26 32 2 - 302 312 64 2145 1st, Coastal Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-4 (Clippers)
1992-93 60 34 23 3 - 328 288 71 1759 1st, Coastal Lost in Finals, 0-4 (Spartans)
1993-94 60 44 15 1 - 369 258 89 1st, Coastal Lost in Semifinals, 1-4 (Capitals)
1994-95 60 37 22 1 - 300 259 75 1st, Coastal Lost in Finals, 1-4 (Chiefs)
1995-96 60 35 22 3 - 235 239 73 2nd, Island Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-4 (Thunder)
1996-97 60 33 24 3 - 193 202 69 3rd, Coastal Lost in Semifinals, 1-4 (Eagles)
1997-98 60 28 29 3 - 202 214 59 4th, Coastal Lost in Preliminary, 1-2 (Clippers)
1998-99 60 17 43 - 0 216 346 34 4th, Coastal Did not qualify
1999-00 60 21 34 - 5 194 270 47 4th, Coastal Did not qualify
2000-01 60 19 35 - 6 183 255 44 1184 4th, Island Did not qualify
2001-02 60 25 28 - 7 195 216 57 1572 4th, Island Lost in Preliminary, 1-4 (Clippers)
2002-03 60 33 21 2 4 239 209 72 2nd, Island Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-3 (Chiefs)
2003-04 60 26 25 2 7 199 234 61 2050 3rd, Island Lost in Preliminary, 3-4 (Clippers)
2004-05 60 28 24 0 8 210 223 64 1372 3rd, Island Lost in Preliminary, 1-4 (Bulldogs)
2005-06 60 20 35 3 2 177 231 45 1047 5th, Island Lost in Preliminary, 1-4 (Chiefs)
2006-07 60 25 27 3 5 203 243 58 1525 6th, Coastal Lost in Preliminary, 2-4 (Capitals)
2007-08 60 26 23 1 10 209 217 63 1091 6th, Coastal Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-4 (Clippers)
2008-09 60 39 16 1 4 251 184 83 1038 1st, Mainland Lost in Finals, 2-4 (Vipers)
2009-10 60 36 17 1 6 216 160 79 945 2nd, Coastal Lost in Finals, 3-4 (Vipers)
2010-11 60 46 9 3 2 224 115 97 1st, Coastal Lost Final
2011-12 60 40 16 2 2 223 127 84 1st Coastal Lost Final
2012-13 56 20 25 2 9 160 183 51 4th Coastal Lost Quarter Finals 3-2
2013-14 58 36 16 2 4 201 156 78 2nd Coastal Lost Division Semi-Finals 2-4 (Grizzlies)
2014-15 58 27 21 1 9 208 205 64 3rd Coastal Lost Division Finals 3-4 (Clippers)
2015-16 58 33 20 4 1 217 166 71 2nd of 5 Island
6th of 17 BCHL
Won Div Semifinals 4-2 (Bulldogs)
Lost Div. Finals, 0-4 (Clippers)

A few former players have gone on to the NHL. Brad Bombardir won a Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils, Jeff Hoggan is currently the captain of the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins, Robb Gordon was a 2nd round draft choice of the Vancouver Canucks playing in 4 games, Dean Malkoc played for Vancouver and Boston, former assistant coach Cory Clouston spent 4 seasons as head coach of the Ottawa Senators. Other draftees are forwards Scott Kirton(Chicago), Derek Bekar(St. Louis), Matt Siddall(Atlanta), Defenseman Calvin Elfring(Quebec) and goaltenders Peter Brady(Vancouver), Sean Maguire(Pittsburgh).

NHL AlumniEdit

Awards and trophiesEdit

Ron Boileau Memorial Trophy (Regular Season Champions)

  • 2011


Cliff McNabb Memorial Trophy
Coastal Conference Champions

  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 1993
  • 1991

Goaltender Award
Best Goaltender

  • Michael Garteig 2011
  • Pete Brady: 1997

Brett Hull Trophy
Top Scorer

Joe Tennant Memorial Trophy
Coach Of The Year (Coastal)

  • Kent Lewis 2011
  • Kent Lewis: 2009
  • Terry Perkins: 2003
  • Terry Perkins: 2002
  • Kent Lewis: 1994

Bob Fenton Trophy
Most Sportsmanlike (Coastal)

  • Darcy Oakes: 2009
  • Adam Presizniuk: 2007
  • Hugo Gigeure: 1998
  • Shane Henry: 1990

Defensive Award
Best Defenceman (Coastal)

  • Justin Dasilva 2011
  • Mat Bodie: 2010
  • Michael Wakita: 2006

Vern Dye Memorial Trophy
Most Valuable Player (Coastal)

  • Matt Garbowsky 2011
  • Pete Brady: 1997
  • Robb Gorden: 1994
  • Jay McNeill: 1992

Bruce Allison Memorial Trophy
Rookie Of The Year (Coastal)

Wally Forslund Memorial Trophy (For goalie tandem with lowest combined goals-against average)

  • Michael Garteig/Sean Maguire 2011


See alsoEdit

External linksEdit



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