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|Stoney Creek Warriors|
|Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|City||Stoney Creek, Ontario|
|Franchise history|| 1974-1992: Stoney Creek Warriors|
1993-2001: Stoney Creek Spirit
2001-Pres: Stoney Creek Warriors
|Head coach||Ric Nattress|
|General manager||Dave Hill|
|Arena|| Valley Park Arena|
Stoney Creek Arena
Market Street Arena
|Team colors||Black, Yellow, and White|
|Affiliate team(s)||Glanbrook Rangers|
The Warriors were first formed in the 1974 as a member of the Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League. The team moved up to the Golden Horseshoe "B" in 1989. In 1993, the team changed their name to the Spirit. In 2001, the team changed their name back to the traditional "Warriors" moniker.
The Stoney Creek Warriors for twenty years have been dealing with different circumstances to get to the point they are at right now. After 20 years they won the Horseshoe Championship to the Niagara Falls Canucks. The team is currently competing for the Sutherland Cup.
|1992-94||Statistics Not Available|
|2005-06||49||25||18||3||3||177||138||56||5th GHJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2006-07||49||11||35||2||1||157||263||25||7th GHJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2008-09||52||35||15||-||2||246||173||72||6th GOJHL||Lost Final|
Sutherland Cup appearancesEdit
- 2009: Brantford Eagles defeated Stoney Creek Warriors 4-games-to-1