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St Boniface Riels
St. Boniface Riels
City Winnipeg, Manitoba Flag of Canada
League Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League
Founded 1971
Home arena Southdale Community Centre
Colors Gold, Black, White
General manager Vern Kellett
Head coach Ryan Frykas

The St Boniface Riels are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Founded in 1971, they are part of the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League (MMJHL).

Season-by-season recordEdit

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1971-72 22 6 2 - 208 123 46 1st MMJHL League champion
1972-73 24 7 4 - 234 157 52 1st MMJHL League champion
1973-74 16 16 3 - 168 162 35 4th MMJHL
1974-75 18 12 7 - 228 180 43 3rd MMJHL
1975-76 22 7 7 - 214 154 51 1st MMJHL
1976-77 12 22 8 - 201 275 32 5th MMJHL
1977-78 14 22 6 - 211 252 34 5th MMJHL
1978-79 23 13 6 - 239 162 52 4th MMJHL
1979-8012 28 1 - 174 257 25 7th MMJHL
1980-81 21 21 0 - 227 235 42 4th MMJHL
1981-82 28 13 0 - 228 164 56 1st MMJHL
1982-83 19 22 1 - 225 212 39 7th MMJHL
1983-84 21 16 3 - 224 210 45 3rd MMJHL
1984-85 32 7 1 - 277 160 65 1st MMJHL League champion
1985-86 29 10 3 - 270 204 61 1st MMJHL League champion
1986-87 19 22 1 - 264 257 39 6th MMJHL
1987-88 17 22 3 - 237 280 37 4th MMJHL
1988-89 6 35 1 - 163 300 13 8th MMJHL
1989-90 12 38 2 - 207 330 26 7th MMJHL
1990-91 5 36 1 - 192 404 11 8th MMJHL
1991-92 6 36 0 - 178 319 12 7th MMJHL
1992-93 10 32 0 - 188 343 207th MMJHL
1993-9420 22 0 - 211 274 40 5th MMJHL
1994-95 7 34 1 - 140 257 15 8th MMJHL
1995-96 10 31 1 - 178 253 21 8th MMJHL
1996-9715 27 0 - 176 252 30 6th MMJHL
1997-98 18 20 4 - 186 192 40 4th MMJHL
1998-99 21 20 1 0 197 201 43 5th MMJHL
1999-00 5 37 0 0 116 257 10 8th MMJHL
2000-01 20 19 3 0 169 169 43 4th MMJHL
2001-02 20 22 1 2 191 211 43 7th MMJHL
2002-03 19 22 0 4 189 217 42 6th MMJHL
2003-04 17 23 2 3 162 231 39 7th MMJHL
2004-05 9 32 0 4 176 304 22 9th MMJHLDNQ
2005-06 5 39 0 1 132 345 11 10th MMJHLDNQ
2006-07 6 36 2 1 147 305 15 10th MMJHLDNQ
2007-08 20 22 1 2 191 207 43 7th MMJHLLost quarterfinal
2008-09 25 18 - 2 195 159 52 5th MMJHLLost semifinal
2009-10 22 21 - 2 160 162 46 5th MMJHL Lost quarterfinal
2010-11 16 26 - 3 140 184 35 8th MMJHL Lost quarterfinal
2011-12 10 26 - 4 118 182 24 8th MMJHL Lost quarterfinal
2012-13 23 21 - 1 154 144 47 7th MMJHL Lost quarterfinal
2013-14 37 6 - 2 239 144 76 1st MMJHL Lost final (Raiders)
2014-15 29 11 - 5 203 143 63 2nd MMJHL Won quarterfinals, 4-0 (Railer Express)
Won semifinals, 4-2 (Hawks)
Won final, 4-0 (Raiders)
2015-16 20 20 - 5 152 170 45 7th MMJHL Lost quarterfinals, 2-4 (Hawks)

League championshipsEdit

Jack Mackenzie Trophy (playoffs)Edit

  • 1971-72, 1972-73, 1984-85, 1985-86, 2014-15

Art Moug Trophy (regular season)Edit

  • 1971-72, 1972-73, 1975-76, 1981-82, 1984-85, 1985-86, 2013-14

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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