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|Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League|
|Head Coach||Mark Davis|
|General Manager||Kevin Hood|
|Arena||Wallaceburg Memorial Arena|
|Team Colors||Green, Yellow, and Black|
|Clarence Schmalz Cups||None.|
The Wallaceburg Lakers have made the All-Ontario Final once since 1972, in 1999 they lost the Clarence Schmalz Cup to the Glanbrook Rangers. From the 1997-98 season to the 2000-2001 season the Lakers made it to the Great Lakes Junior C Finals. Winning the League Championship in 1998-99 season. The Lakers Revamped themselves in the 2006-2007 season, with Head Coach Mark Davis returning to the club, as they knocked off the 4th seeded Dresden Jr. Kings in a 6 game series for their first series win in 5 years, They would lose in the League Semi Finals to the League Champion Essex 73's in a hard fought 5 game series. In 2007-2008 The Lakers won the north division title and breezed past the Blenheim Blades in the first round 4-0. Round 2 brought on the Mooretown Flags which also brought a 4 game sweep. The Lakers would then face their rivals from Essex the 3 time defending League champions. The Lakers battled their hearts out right to the end but were no match for the 73's as Essex swept the finals in 4 games and claimed their 4th straight League Title.
|1990-91||Did Not Participate|
|1997-98||46||21||17||7||1||173||140||50||5th GLJHL||Lost Final|
|1998-99||40||32||7||0||1||209||109||65||2nd GLJHL||Won League, Lost CSC Final|
|1999-00||39||29||7||3||0||191||110||61||2nd GLJHL||Lost Final|
|2000-01||40||24||14||1||1||152||138||50||3rd GLJHL||Lost Final|
|2006-07||40||19||17||2||2||168||142||42||5th GLJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2009-10||40||27||10||-||3||191||128||57||3rd GLJHL||Lost Final|
Clarence Schmalz Cup AppearancesEdit
- 1999: Glanbrook Rangers defeated Wallaceburg Lakers 4-games-to-none
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