|City||Spokane, Washington, USA|
|League||Kootenay International Junior Hockey League|
|Home Arena||Eagles Ice-A-Rena|
|Colours||Dark Blue and Red|
The Spokane Braves are a Canadian Junior 'B' ice hockey team from Spokane, Washington. They play in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League. The team is the only team in the league to play in the United States. The Braves were founded in 1972 and have been in the KIJHL for the longest interrupted amount of time amongst all the current teams.
Despite their long history in the KIJHL, the Braves have never won the league championship. They won their division in 1978/79, 1983/84, and the 1991/92 season. The Braves are an affiliate of the Western Hockey League's Spokane Chiefs and over the years several players have moved on to the Chiefs directly after playing for the Braves.
|2005-06||50||21||21||5||3||177||177||45||4th Division||Lost In 1st Round|
|2006-07||52||29||19||-||4||231||205||62||4th Division||Lost In 1st Round|
|2008-09||52||23||26||-||3||202||204||49||4th Division||Lost in 1st Round|
DNQ denotes "Did Not Qualify"
- Sean Zimmerman, Who plays for New Jersey Devils
- Derek Ryan, Who plays for Spokane Chiefs
- Seth Compton, Who plays for Spokane Chiefs
- Tommy Maxwell,Who plays for Medicine Hat Tigers
- Scott Parker, Who play for the San Jose Sharks
- Ben Nelson, Who plays in NCAA Division 1
- Michael Senseman, Who plays for Regina Pats
- Kyle Harris, Who plays for Saskatoon Blades, and Vancouver Giants
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