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For other teams named Selkirk Fishermen, please see Selkirk Fishermen (disambiguation)

Selkirk Fishermen
Selkirk Fishermen logo
City: Selkirk, Manitoba
League: Keystone Junior
Hockey League
Home Arena: Selkirk Arena (??-1990)
Selkirk Recreation Complex
Colors: Black, Red, White

                

General Manager: Chris Poponick
Head Coach: Chris Poponick

The Selkirk Fishermen are a Canadian Junior "B" ice hockey team from Selkirk, Manitoba. They are members of the Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL) and were members of the KJHL’s predecessor Manitoba Junior B Hockey League (MJBHL).

The Fishermen have captured the Baldy Northcott Trophy, as KJHL champions, eleven times, and going on to represent Manitoba at the Keystone Cup for the Western Canadian Junior B Championship.






ChampionshipsEdit

Manitoba Junior B (Baldy Northcott Trophy): 1984, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2010, 2014, 2015
Manitoba Junior B Hockey League (Carillon Cup): 1984, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2004
Note: KJHL Championships are for the Provincial crown.

Season-by-Season RecordEdit

Note: click on season for team rosters or on league for direct link to that season.

Season League GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs
1981-82 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Lost Final
1982-83 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 3rd East Lost Final
1983-84 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Won League
1984-85 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 1st Lost Semi Final
1985-86 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Lost Semi Final
1986-87 MJBHL 28 18 8 2 - 189 158 38 4th Lost Semi Final
1987-88 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Lost Final
1988-89 MJBHL 35 26 9 0 - 262 206 52 2nd Lost Semi Final
1989-90 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 2nd Lost Semi Final
1990-91 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 1st Won League
1991-92 MJBHL 36 33 3 0 - 298 90 66 1st Won League
1991-92 Keystone Cup 6 4 2 0 -  ? ? -  ? Won Bronze
1992-93 MJBHL 32 30 0 0 2  ?  ? 62 1st Won League
1993-94 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 1st East Won League
1994-95 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 4th Lost Final
1995-96 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 3rd Lost Semi Final
1996-97 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 4th Lost Semi Final
1997-98 MJBHL 32 19 11 0 2 141 140 40 3rd Lost Semi Final
1998-99 MJBHL 32 27 4 1 0 220 124 55 1st Won League
1998-99 HM Playoff 2 2 0 - - 16 3 - - Won Manitoba
1998-99 Keystone Cup Statistics Unavailable 5th DNQ
1999-00 MJBHL 32 18 14 0 0 168 163 36 4th Lost Quarter Final
2000-01 MJBHL Statistics Unavailable 4th Lost Final
2001-02 MJBHL 36 26 8 0 2 223 118 54 2nd Lost Final
2002-03 MJBHL 32 25 4 2 1 233 94 53 1st Lost Final
2002-03 Keystone Cup 6 2 2 2 - 24 27 - 4th 4th
2003-04 MJBHL 34 28 4 0 2 220 101 58 1st Won League
2003-04 HM Playoff 4 1 2 1 - 17 13 - 4th DNQ
2004-05 KJHL 36 26 10 0 0 182 96 52 1st Won League
2004-05 Keystone Cup 6 2 3 1 - 20 22 - 4th 4th
2005-06 KJHL 36 23 12 1 0  ?  ? 47 1st Lost Final
2006-07 KJHL 40 30 8 - 2 185 122 62 2nd Lost Final
2007-08 KJHL 40 26 11 2 1 217 94 55 3rd Lost Quarter Final
2007-08 Keystone Cup 6 3 3 0 - 16 17 - 3rd 4th
2008-09 KJHL 36 24 10 0 2 168 117 50 3rd Lost Final
2009-10 KJHL 32 29 3 - 0 201 98 8 1st Won League
2009-10 Keystone Cup 5 1 3 1 - 11 21 - 5th DNQ
2010-11 KJHL 32 24 7 0 1 197 74 49 1st Lost Semi Final
2011-12 KJHL 36 23 11 0 2 147 110 48 2nd Lost Semi Final
2012-13 KJHL 36 23 11 - 2 163 99 48 3rd Lost Final

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