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The Edmonton Nuggets were a senior team out of Edmonton, Alberta.

They were founded in 1964 as an independent team. They lost the semi final in the 1964-65 Alberta Senior Playoffs to the Calgary Spurs.

The next season (1965-66) they joined the newly formed Western Canada Senior Hockey League. The Nuggets finished in fifth place and out of the playoffs.

In 1966-67 the Nuggets finished in second place and then lost the semi final.

The following season (1967-68) the Nuggets were in bad financial shape. Their owner officially folded the team on January 14, 1968 and the players took over the team themselves, renaming it the Edmonton Monarchs.

Western Canada Senior Hockey League[edit | edit source]

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing Playoffs
1965-66 32 10 22 0 20 126 142 5th Did not qualify
1966-67 35 23 12 0 46 - - 2nd Lost Quarterfinals
1967-68 34 12 19 3 27 118 128 4th Lost Final

Nuggets who also played in the NHL[edit | edit source]

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