|City||Surrey, British Columbia|
|League||British Columbia Hockey League|
|Home Arena||South Surrey Arena|
|Colours||White, Green, and Blue|
The Surrey Eagles are a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. They are a part of the British Columbia Hockey League and play in the (Mainland Division / Coastal Conference).
- Bellingham Blazers 1976 - 1978
- Bellingham Ice Hawks 1978 - 1980
- Vancouver Blue Hawks 1980 - 1982
- Burnaby Blue Hawks 1982 - 1985
- Delta Flyers 1985 - 1988
- New Westminster Royals 1988 - 1991
- Surrey Eagles 1991 - 1996
- South Surrey Eagles 1996 - 2003
- Surrey Eagles 2003 to Present
The current Surrey Eagles are the product of numerous town and name changes since 1976. The team started out in Bellingham, Washington, replacing the original Blazers team that moved off to Maple Ridge, British Columbia and eventually folded as the Revelstoke Rangers in 1985.
The first four seasons in the South Surrey were very disappointing for the Eagles as they did not make it past the Quarter-Finals. It was seasons 5 and 6 that the team had its greatest success.
In 1997, their fifth season, the Eagles finished with a record of 47-7-6 for 100 points, and won the BCHL championship by defeating the Vernon Vipers in the Subway Cup. The Eagles then beat the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League champions Cranbrook Colts and the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League to earn a birth in the Royal Bank Cup. In the tournament, held in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, the Eagles went 3-1 in the round robin and beat the Kanata Valley Lasers 4-2 in the semi-final before losing to the host Summerside Western Capitals 4-3 in the championship game.
Season 6, 1998, would bring the ultimate goal, a Royal Bank Cup, to the South Surrey Eagles. This time, in Nanaimo, British Columbia, they cruised through the tournament, ultimately beating the Weyburn Red Wings 4-1 in the final.
The remaining seasons were also very strong regular seasons for Surrey. In 1999 they lost the league title to eventual Royal Bank Cup winners Vernon Vipers. They lost twice in the Semi-finalls in that span and won the league title, Fred Page Cup, in 2005 overcoming Vernon Vipers ,4 games to 1. In the Doyle Cup series, Camrose Kodiaks defeated them, 4 games to 1.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes
|1962-67||PCJHL Statistics Not Available|
|1967-68||40||15||23||2||-||186||234||32||5th, BCJHL||Did not qualify|
|1968-69||40||10||23||7||-||158||200||27||5th, BCJHL||Did not qualify|
|1969-70||48||2||44||2||-||151||320||6||7th, BCJHL||Did not qualify|
|1970-71||60||25||29||6||-||261||270||56||3rd, Central||Lost in Quarterfinals, 2-4 (Centennials)|
|1981-82||48||39||9||0||-||362||196||78||1st, Coastal||Lost in Finals, 1-4 (Knights)|
|1982-83||56||41||14||1||-||363||246||83||2nd, Coastal||Lost in Semifinals, 2-4 (Flyers)|
|1988-89||60||45||14||1||-||458||283||91||1st, Coastal||Lost in Finals, 1-4 (Lakers)|
|1989-90||59||52||3||4||-||444||181||108||1st, Coastal|| Fred Page Cup Champions, 4-2 (Lakers)|
Mowat Cup, Doyle Cup, Abbott Cup Champions
|1990-91||60||38||21||1||-||310||236||77||1st, Coastal||Lost in Quarterfinals, 1-4 (Warriors)|
|1991-92||60||22||37||1||-||256||356||45||5th, Coastal||Did not qualify|
|1992-93||60||29||26||5||-||328||288||71||2nd, Coastal||Lost in Quarterfinals, 1-4 (Clippers)|
|1993-94||60||29||30||1||-||289||324||59||3rd, Coastal||Lost in Quarterfinals, 1-4 (Capitals)|
|1994-95||60||37||21||2||-||316||259||76||3rd, Mainland||Lost in Quarterfinals, 2-4 (Chiefs)|
|1995-96||60||32||27||1||-||267||276||65||3rd, Mainland||Lost in Preliminary, 0-2 (Centennials)|
|1996-97||60||47||7||6||-||374||178||100||1st, Coastal|| Fred Page Cup Champions, 4-1 (Vipers)|
Mowat Cup, Doyle Cup, Abbott Cup Champions
|1997-98||60||43||15||2||-||322||200||88||1st, Coastal|| Fred Page Cup Champions, 4-1 (Panthers)|
Mowat Cup, Doyle Cup, Abbott Cup, RBC Champions
|1998-99||60||40||19||-||1||323||244||81||1st, Mainland||Lost in Division Finals, 3-4 (Chiefs)|
|1999-00||60||27||27||6||-||258||283||60||4th, Mainland||Did not qualify|
|2000-01||60||29||22||9||-||247||247||67||3rd, Mainland||Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-3 (Salsa)|
|2001-02||60||31||24||5||-||251||263||67||2nd, Mainland||Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-3 (Chiefs)|
|2002-03||60||29||24||1||6||211||209||65||3rd, Mainland||Lost in Semifinals, 1-4 (Chiefs)|
|2003-04||60||38||16||1||5||276||212||82||2275||1st, Mainland||Lost in Semifinals, 0-4 (Clippers)|
|2004-05||60||37||18||0||5||246||194||79||1859||1st, Mainland|| Fred Page Cup Champions, 4-1 (Vipers)|
Mowat Cup Champions
|2005-06||60||16||39||2||3||163||259||37||1236||4th, Mainland||Did not qualify|
|2006-07||60||17||39||1||3||192||288||38||1008||8th, Coastal||Lost in Preliminary, 1-4 (Clippers)|
|2007-08||60||33||23||1||3||234||213||70||994||3rd, Coastal||Lost in Preliminary, 1-3 (Kings)|
|2008-09||60||28||25||1||6||199||205||63||1034||3rd, Mainland||Lost in Division Semifinals, 1-4 (Kings)|
|2009-10||60||30||24||0||6||196||190||66||1076||5th, Coastal||Lost in Division Quarterfinals, 2-4 (Chiefs)|
|2010-11||60||35||22||1||2||216||187||73||2nd, Coastal||Lost Division Final 2-4 Kings|
|2011-12||60||36||15||2||7||217||187||81||2nd, Coastal||Lost Division Final 1-4 Kings|
|2012-13||56||35||13||3||5||195||149||78||1st, Mainland||Fred Page Cup Champions, 4-2 (Vees)|
Western Canada CupChampions (Brooks Bandits)*
Royal Bank Cup lost Semi-finals(Summerside)**
|2013-14||58||25||30||1||2||201||232||53||4th, Mainland||Lost in Division Semifinals, 2-4 (Rivermen)|
- (*) 2013 Western Canada Cup 3-1-0 Round robin 2nd Place - advance to Finals and defeated Brooks Bandits 4-1.
- (**) 2013 Royal Bank Cup 3-1-0 Round Robin 2nd place - advance to Semi-Finals and lost to Summerside Western Capitals 3-2OT.
Summerside Western Capitals
|Royal Bank Cup Champions|
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