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|Strathmore Wheatland Kings|
|City||Strathmore, Alberta, Canada|
|League||Heritage Junior B Hockey League|
|Home arena||Strathmore Family Centre|
|Owner(s)||Strathmore Minor Hockey (SMHA)|
|General manager||Derek Puttick (2014-15)|
|Head coach||Jeremy Blumes (2014-15)|
The Strathmore Wheatland Kings are a Canadian junior ice hockey team from Strathmore, Alberta, Canada. They compete in the Heritage Junior B Hockey League and are eligible to compete for the Russ Barnes Trophy and the Keystone Cup.
The team was formed in 2008 and applied for a spot in the Heritage Junior B Hockey League for the 2008-2009 season. They were accepted and began to play in the league in September of 2008. The franchise requested and were granted a leave of absence for the 2013-2014 season in order to re-organize. An agreement with Strathmore Minor Hockey (SMHA) paved the way for the team to return to the heritage league for the 2014-2015 season.
|2008-09||36||10||20||4||2||115||164||26||8th HJBHL-South||did not qualify|
|2009-10||36||7||25||1||3||117||186||18||5th HJBHL-South||did not qualify|
|2010-11||36||14||20||1||0||131||143||29||4th HJBHL-South||lost in Division Semi-Final, (Bisons)|
|2011-12||38||18||17||1||2||157||153||39||3rd HJBHL-South||lost in Division Semi-Final, (Generals)|
|2012-13||38||17||19||1||1||182||150||36||4th HJBHL-South||lost in Elimination Round, (Generals)|
|2013-14||Team granted 1 year absence|
|2014-15||38||15||19||-||4||154||170||34||5th HJBHL-South|| Won Qualification Round, 2-0 (Cubs)|
Lost Division Semi-finals, 3-4 (Copperheads)
|2015-16||38||13||23||-||2||142||184||28||5th HJBHL-South|| Won Qualification Round, 2-0 (Academy Bears)|
Lost Division Semi-finals, 0-4 (Generals)
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