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Charleswood Hawks
Charleswood Hawks logo
City Winnipeg, Manitoba Flag of Canada
League Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League
Founded 1970
Home arena Eric Coy Arena
Colors White, black and red
Owner(s) Wayne Deschouwer
General manager Reg George
Head coach Stephen George
The Charleswood Hawks are a Canadian junior ice hockey team currently based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Established in 1970, the Hawks a charter member of the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League (MMJHL).


Eric Coy Arena is the home of the Hawks, who are the most successful team in the history of MMJHL. Charleswood has won the Art Moug Trophy 15 times and the Jack Mackenzie Trophy 17 times.

League championshipsEdit

Jack Mackenzie Trophy (playoffs)Edit

  • 1973-74, 1978-79, 1980-81, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2008-09,[1] 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12,[2] 2012-13

Art Moug Trophy (regular season)Edit

  • 1973-74, 1980-81, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2004-05, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2016-17

Season by Season RecordEdit

Season GP W L T OL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1970-71 32 20 8 4 - 44 201 124 3rd of 6
1971-72 30 19 8 3 - 41 166 102 2nd of 5
1972-73 35 16 16 3 - 35 181 160 5th of 8
1973-74 35 25 8 2 - 52 214 129 1st of 8 Won Championship
1974-75 37 9 24 4 - 22 159 206 8th of 8
1975-76 36 20 8 8 - 48 189 173 T-2nd of 8
1976-77 42 21 16 5 - 47 207 203 3rd of 7
1977-78 42 23 15 4 - 50 222 183 4th of 8
1978-79 42 28 10 4 - 60 245 153 2nd of 8Won Championship
1979-80 42 28 14 0 - 56 230 170 2nd of 8
1980-81 42 31 11 0 - 62 307 198 1st of 8 Won Championship
1981-82 42 26 16 0 - 52 232 215 2nd of 8
1982-83 42 21 21 0 - 42 237 233 6th of 8
1983-84 40 15 25 0 - 30 190 227 8th of 9
1984-85 40 12 28 0 - 25 153 254 8th of 9
1985-86 42 11 29 2 - 24 214 282 8th of 8
1986-87 42 19 19 4 - 42 221 236 3rd of 8
1987-88 42 14 25 3 - 31 214 290 6th of 8
1988-89 42 18 23 0 - 36 246 231 5th of 8
1989-90 42 20 21 1 - 41 241 251 4th of 8
1990-91 42 25 15 2 - 52 296 226 3rd of 8
1991-92 42 27 15 0 - 54 273 186 4th of 8
1992-93 42 29 12 1 - 59 264 139 3rd of 8
1993-94 42 27 15 0 - 54 252 149 2nd of 8 Won Championship
1994-95 42 31 11 0 - 62 231 131 2nd of 8 Won Championship
1995-96 42 39 2 1 - 79 282 93 1st of 8 Won Championship
1996-97 42 33 8 1 - 67 267 144 1st of 8 Won Championship
1997-98 42 30 12 2 - 62 215 149 1st of 8
1998-99 42 26 15 1 - 53 210 152 3rd of 8
1999-00 41 22 15 4 - 48 194 162 3rd of 8
2000-01 42 14 21 4 3 35 160 181 7th of 8
2001-02 45 37 7 1 2 73 258 124 1st of 10 Won Championship
2002-03 45 37 6 1 1 76 275 109 1st of 10 Won Championship
2003-04 45 39 6 0 0 78 333 92 2nd of 10
2004-05 45 42 2 0 1 85 265 88 1st of 10
2005-06 45 33 7 3 2 71 242 109 2nd of 10 Won Championship
2006-07 45 41 2 1 1 84 253 96 1st of 10 Won Championship
2007-08 45 34 6 2 3 73 207 106 1st of 10
2008-09 45 35 8 - 2 72 210 93 1st of 10Won Championship
2009-10 45 34 7 - 4 72 228 97 2nd of 10 Won Championship
2010-11 45 40 3 - 2 82 241 92 1st of 10 Won Championship
2011-12 40 33 4 - 3 69 173 84 1st of 9 Won Championship
2012-13 45 37 4 - 4 78 220 91 1st of 10 Won Championship
2013-14 45 23 19 - 3 49 156 145 4th of 10
2014-15 45 27 14 - 4 58 153 137 4th of 10
2015-16 45 27 11 - 7 61 163 126 2nd of 10
2016-17 45 30 10 - 5 65 161 103 1st of 10
2017-18 45 30 11 - 4 64 133 97 2nd of 10
2018-19 45 18 20 - 7 115 136 43 8th of 10Lost Quarterfinals
2019-20 45 20 19 - 6 123 141 46 8th of 10Playoffs cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic


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