Deer Lake Red Wings

The Deer Lake Red Wings are a senior ice hockey team based in Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador as a part of the Newfoundland West Coast Senior Hockey League.

They won the Herder Memorial Trophy in 2004-05.

The team would go out of existence when the Newfoundland West Coast Senior Hockey League would merge with the Avalon East Senior Hockey League in 2011 to for the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League (2011-2014).

A new incarnation of the team would come into existence when a new Newfoundland West Coast Senior Hockey League would begin play for the 2016-17 season.

NHL Connection[edit | edit source]

Without a doubt, Darren Langdon is one of Deer Lake's most popular players, mostly because of his former NHL career. Langdon has played for the New York Rangers, Carolina Hurricanes, Vancouver Canucks, Montreal Canadiens and New Jersey Devils.

Another ex-NHLer who plays for the Red Wings is Harold Druken.

Second Incarnation[edit | edit source]

Deer Lake Red Wings regular season and postseason statistics and results, 2016-present
Season League Regular season Postseason
GP W L OL GF GA PTS Finish GP W L GF GA Result
2016-17 NWCSHL 6 1 5 0 22 36 2 4th - - - - - Did not qualify
2017-18 NWCSHL 18 12 4 2 105 69 26 2nd 8 7 1 56 23 Won Championship
2018-19 NWCSHL sat out season due to lack of players
2019-20 NWCSHL 11 9 2 0 77 47 18 1st 4 4 0 15 5 Playoffs suspended prior to team staring final series


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