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Spryfield Silver & Black Attack
Spryfield Attack logo
City: Spryfield, Nova Scotia
League: Nova Scotia Junior C Hockey League
Division: Junior C
Founded: 1989
Home Arena: Spryfield Lion's Arena
Colors: Silver, Black and White
              
Owner(s): Stephen Adams
General Manager: Stephen Adams (2011-16)
Franchise history
2004-2015: Spryfield Silver and Black Attack
2015-Present: Spryfield Attack

The Spryfield Silver & Black Attack are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team from Spryfield, Nova Scotia. They compete in the Nova Scotia Junior C Hockey League as members of Hockey Nova Scotia and Hockey Canada and are the winners of the 2014 Maritime-Hockey North Junior C Championship. Spryfield Attack for the second time were 2015-16 Nova Scotia Junior C Champions and 'silver medalists' in the 2015-16 Maritime North Junior Hockey Champions in New Brunswick. Check their website; www.spryfieldattack.com

HistoryEdit

The Spryfield Silver and Black Attack was founded in 1989 as a Junior Hockey Team based out of Spryfield, Nova Scotia. In their first year, they finished third in the League, and won the Provincial title. The team continued in operation for 1990. In 1991, the team was turned over to Chebucto Minor Hockey, as their owner and founder, Stephen Adams, became an Alderman for the City of Halifax.

In 2010, Stephen Adams and Paul Strople made a presentation to the Nova Scotia Junior C Hockey League to become the newest Junior B franchise in the province. That application was unsuccessful. In 2011, Mr. Adams and Mr. Strople presented to the NSJCHL, as they sought to become the only Junior C franchise in HRM. The application was approved unanimously by the league.

In their first year of operation, Spryfield finished third overall and set a league record for wins by a new franchise, with 18.

Season-by-season recordEdit

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

Season GP W L OTL
SOL
Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
2011-12 28 17 11 0 34 119 111 - 2nd of 4 Central
3 of 8 NSJRCHL
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2012-13 28 18 10 0 36 169 139 - 3 of 9 NSJRCHL Won Quarter Finals, 3-0 (Wild)
Lost Semi Finals, 1-4 (Ice Dogs)
2013-14 28 23 4 1 47 168 69 1617 1st of 9 NSJRCHL Won Semi-Finals, 4-0 (Ice Dogs)
Won Finals, 4-1 (Rhinos)
NSJRCHL Champions
2014-15 28 22 6 0 44 147 72 - 2 of 5 NSJRCHL Won Semi Finals, 4-0 (River Rats)
Lost League Finals, 1-4 (Rhino)
2015-16 27 22 3 2 46 211 97 - 1st of 5 NSJRCHL Won Semi Finals, 4-1 (Wolverines)
Won League Finals, 42 (Jaguars)
NSJRCHL Champions

Maritime-Hockey North Junior C ChampionshipEdit

Atlantic Canada Jr C Championships

Season Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Gold Medal Game
2014 T, Kivalliq Canucks 3-3
W, Hampton Hurricanes 3-0
W, Tignish Aces 3-2
W, South Shore Wild 6-1
3-0-1 2 of 4 W, Tignish Aces 10-1W, Hampton Hurricanes 3-1
CHAMPIONS
2016 L, Tri-County River Cats, 1-6
W, South Side Lynx 5-2
W, Western Valley Panthers 4-2
W, Kivalliq Canucks 5-4
3-1-0 2 of 5 W, Kivalliq Canucks 3-1tbd

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