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"Paladins" is the name of the sports teams of the Royal Military College. It is Canada's military academy and is located in Kingston, Ontario. They are members of Ontario University Athletics (OUA) and Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS).
The RMC Redmen were one of the first collegiate hockey teams in Canada. Wikia links have them playing Ontario senior hockey as early as 1890-91. In Ontario provincial play, RMC won the provincial intermediate title in 1931, which qualified them to advance to the 1930-31 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.
The intermediate intercollegiate level was unique. The schools with senior teams (e.g. University of Toronto, Queen's University, University of Montreal, and McGill University) would often have both a senior team and an intermediate team. Schools with one side would sometimes play senior and sometimes play intermediate. Frequent opponents at that level were McMaster University, University of Western Ontario, University of Laval, Loyola College, Ontario Agricultural College, and Osgoode Hall. RMC won nine titles at the intermediate intercollegiate level.
As university teams gravitated towards university leagues, RMC entered the Ottawa-St. Lawrence Conference (OSLC) from its inception in 1949-50 until the conference ended in 1970-71. In 1971-72 they joined the Quebec Universities Athletic Association (QUAA). That season the Ontario and Quebec conferences were re-organized along provincial lines. However, RMC played two seasons in the QUAA before they switched to the Ontario Universities Athletic Association (OUAA) for the 1973-74 season. They remained there through 1977-78 when they folded. The program was revived in 1982-83 and they re-joined the OUAA, which changed names to OUA in 1997-98.
In 1995, the former French-language equivalent called College Militaire Royale (CMR) and Royal Roads Military College (RRMC) were merged into the RMC. In 1997 the amalgamated college changed its team name from "Redmen" to "Paladins".
List of Senior and Intermediate Seasons Edit
- 1890-91 OHA Senior Season
- 1891-92 OHA Senior Season
- 1892-93 OHA Senior Season
- 1893-94 OHA Senior Season
- 1894-95 OHA Senior Season
- 1896-97 OHA Senior Season
- 1897-98 OHA Senior Season
- 1898-99 OHA Senior Season
- 1899-00 OHA Senior Season
- 1900-01 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1901-02 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1901-02 OHA Intermediate Playoffs
- 1902-03 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat Toronto in final
- 1903-04 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat McMaster in final
- 1904-05 Intermediate Intercollegiate Toronto beat RMC in final
- 1905-06 Intermediate Intercollegiate missing
- 1906-07 Intermediate Intercollegiate Toronto beat RMC in final
- 1907-08 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in semi-final
- 1908-09 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in Central
- 1909-10 Intermediate Intercollegiate Toronto beat RMC in final
- 1910-11 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in Central
- 1911-12 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat McMaster in final
- 1912-13 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat McMaster in final
- 1913-14 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat Toronto in final
- 1914-15 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC did not enter
- 1919-20 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat Toronto in final
- 1920-21 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in Central
- 1921-22 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in semi-final
- 1922-23 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in semi-final
- 1923-24 Intermediate Intercollegiate Osgood Hall beat RMC in final
- 1924-25 Intermediate Intercollegiate McGill beat RMC in semi-final
- 1925-26 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat McNaster in final
- 1926-27 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1926-27 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat Western Ontario in final
- 1927-28 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1927-28 Intermediate Intercollegiate Loyola beat RMC in semi-final
- 1928-29 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1928-29 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in Central
- 1929-30 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1929-30 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC did not enter
- 1930-31 OHA Intermediate Groups RMC won provincial title
- 1930-31 Intermediate Intercollegiate Queen's beat RMC in Central
- 1930-31 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs
- 1931-32 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 2nd in Central round-robin
- 1932-33 OHA Senior B Season
- 1932-33 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 3rd in Central round-robin
- 1933-34 OHA Intermediate Groups
- 1933-34 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 3rd in Central round-robin
- 1934-35 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC beat Loyola in final
- 1935-36 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 2nd in Quebec league
- 1936-37 OHA Intermediate A Groups
- 1936-37 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 2nd in Eastern round-robin
- 1937-38 OHA Intermediate A Groups
- 1937-38 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 3rd in Eastern round-robin
- 1938-39 OHA Senior B Season
- 1938-39 Intermediate Intercollegiate RMC 3rd in Eastern round-robin
- List of OHA Senior Seasons
- List of OHA Senior B Seasons
- List of OHA Intermediate Groups 1896-97 to 1933-34
- List of OHA Intermediate Playoffs 1896-97 to 1933-34
- List of OHA Intermediate Seasons 1934-35 to 1976-77
- List of Intermediate Intercollegiate Seasons
Click on the links in the “Year/Comp.” column to go to the page for that season.
OSLC 1950-51 to 1970-71Edit
Note: All seasons in a one division format.
QUAA 1971-72 to 1972-73Edit
Note: All seasons in a one division format.
OUAA/OUA years with ties 1973-74 to 2002-03Edit
|1974 OUAA||18||3||12||3||50||101||9||E 8th|
|1975 OUAA||14||2||11||1||37||91||5||E 6th|
|1976 OUAA||12||6||5||1||47||56||13||C 3rd|
|1977 OUAA||15||1||13||1||41||88||3||C 5th|
|1978 OUAA||15||2||13||0||50||126||4||C 5th|
|1988 OUAA||25||3||20||2||80||171||8||E 5th|
|1989 OUAA||26||2||22||2||88||233||6||E 6th|
|1990 OUAA||22||2||20||0||52||177||4||W 8th|
|1991 OUAA||22||1||21||0||61||181||2||W 8th|
|1992 OUAA||22||2||20||0||56||181||4||W 8th|
|1993 OUAA||22||0||22||0||39||218||0||W 8th|
|1994 OUAA||26||2||24||0||64||187||4||ME 4th|
|1995 OUAA||26||0||23||3||56||160||3||ME 4th|
|1996 OUAA||26||7||18||1||71||133||15||ME 3rd|
|1996 playoffs||1||0||1||-||2||5||0||ME semis|
|1997 OUAA||26||2||21||3||75||156||7||ME 4th|
|1998 OUA||26||2||20||4||61||137||8||ME 4th|
|1999 OUA||26||4||21||1||69||136||9||ME 4th|
|2000 OUA||26||3||23||0||43||130||6||<E 4th|
|2001 OUA||24||5||19||0||58||112||10||ME 3rd|
|2001 playoffs||5||3||2||-||14||18||6||ME final|
|2002 OUA||24||8||15||1||79||105||17||ME 3rd|
|2002 playoffs||2||0||2||-||6||10||0||ME semis|
|2003 OUA||24||6||17||1||61||121||13||ME 3rd|
|2003 playoffs||2||0||2||-||3||7||0||ME semis|
Note: RMC did not play conference games from the 1978-79 through 1981-82 seasons.
OUA years with ties and OT losses 2003-04 to 2006-07Edit
|2004 OUA||24||3||20||0||1||46||124||7||ME 3rd|
|2004 playoffs||2||0||2||-||-||2||9||0||ME semis|
|2005 OUA||24||8||10||0||6||78||112||22||ME 2nd|
|2005 playoffs||2||0||2||-||-||?||?||0||E quarters|
|2006 OUA||24||7||12||5||0||68||75||19||ME 2nd|
|2006 playoffs||2||0||2||-||-||3||13||0||E quarters|
|2007 OUA||28||7||16||4||1||77||126||19||ME 3rd|
OUA years without ties 2007-08 to presentEdit
|2008 OUA||28||10||16||2||71||98||22||ME 3rd|
|2009 OUA||28||8||18||2||81||140||18||ME 3rd|
|2010 OUA||28||6||18||4||61||123||16||E 9th|
|2011 OUA||28||5||22||1||71||139||11||E 10th|
|2012 OUA||28||3||23||2||47||116||8||E 10th|
|2013 OUA||28||3||22||3||48||126||9||E 10th|
|2014 OUA||28||3||22||3||58||155||9||E 10th|
|2015 OUA||26||0||23||3||63||169||3||E 9th|
|2016 OUA||28||4||21||3||62||155||11||E 9th|
- 1971-72 started two division format: East and West.
- 1975-76 started three division format: East, Central, and West.
- 1979-80 started one division format.
- 1987-88 QUAA teams joined the OUAA and it returned to a three division format.
- 1989-90 returned to the two division format.
- 1993-94 started a four division format: Far East, Mid East, Mid West, and Far West.
- 1997-98 OUAA became OUA.
- 2009-10 returned to the two division format.
- C means Central division.
- E means East division,
- ME means Mid East division.
- W means West division.
- Intermediate Intercollegiate: 1903, 1904, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1920, 1926, 1927, 1935
- Provincial Intermediate: 1931
OUA Team LinksEdit
- Brock Badgers
- Guelph Gryphons
- Lakehead Thunderwolves
- Laurier Golden Hawks
- Ryerson Rams
- Toronto Varsity Blues
- Waterloo Warriors
- Western Ontario Mustangs
- Windsor Lancers
- York Lions
- Carleton Ravens
- Concordia Stingers
- Laurentian Voyageurs
- McGill Redmen
- Nipissing Lakers
- Ottawa Gee-Gees
- Queen's Golden Gaels
- RMC Paladins
- UOIT Ridgebacks
- UQTR Patriotes