The Fredericton Capitals were a senior and intermediate team in Fredericton, New Brunswick. They played in various leagues in the 1950's, 60's, 70's and 80's.

Highlights[edit | edit source]

Season-by-Season Record[edit | edit source]

Season GP W L T GF GA P Position Playoffs
1919-20 NNBSHL season - - - - - - - - -
1920-21 NNBSHL season - - - - - - - - -
1925-26 NNBSHL season 12 4 7 1 44 47 9 4th Did not qualify
1927-28 NNBSHL season 12 5 7 0 34 42 10 4th Did not qualify
1928-29 SNBSHL season 4th Did not qualify
1929-30 SNBSHL season 4th Did not qualify
1931-32 NSHL season 24 16 7 1 72 27 33 2nd South Lost Semi Final
1932-33 SNBSHL season 1st Lost Final
1936-37 SNBSHL season 2nd Lost Final
1937-38 SNBSHL season 3rd Suspended by league during Semifinal series
1938-39 SNBSHL season 1st Won Championship
1938-39 Maritimes Senior Playoffs 4 2 2 0 12 15 4 - Lost Provincial Semifinals
1952-53 NBSHL 56 22 30 4 249 265 48 3rd Lost Semi Final
1953-54 NBSHL 58 26 28 4 190 158 56 T-1st Won Championship
1953-54 Maritimes Senior Playoffs 5 4 1 0 38 17 8 - Won Maritimes Championship
1953-54 Eastern Canada Allan Cup Playoffs 4 0 4 0 5 20 0 - Lost Eastern Canada Semi Final
1954-55 ACSHL 66 27 32 7 228 245 61 3rd Lost Semifinals
1955-56 ACSHL 70 27 36 7 277 235 61 3rd Defaulted Final
1956-57 SNBSHL Season 22 16 5 1 186 102 33 1st Won Championship
1956-57 Maritimes Senior Playoffs 9 3 6 0 47 57 6 - Lost Semifinals

Note: The 1955-56 ACSHL final was tied at 4 games each with one tie. Fredericton objected to the tenth game being played at St John, saying that five games had already been played there. Five Fredericton players carried it further - they refused to board the bus to go to the game. This caused the Capitals to default the game and the series. The team later sued these players.

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