|Frog Lake T-Birds|
|City||Frog Lake, Alberta, Canada|
|League||North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League|
|Home arena||New Horizons Arena|
|Colors||Green, yellow, white |
|General manager||Kelly Zacharias|
|Head coach||Wayne Dion|
|2014-2019||Frog Lake T-Birds|
The team would cease operations during the 2019 playoffs due to a lack of players. The team citing the influx of new junior teams in the area (from the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League and the Western States Hockey League). The team had hoped to return for the 2019-20 season but they would not be able to put a team on the ice for the season.
The Frog Lake T-Birds were founded in 2014, entering the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League. They finished 7th overall in their debut season as a young team, and an older, more experienced team had developed over the next two seasons compiling better records and making it to the league semifinals by the 2016-17 season.
|2014-15||36||14||21||1||29||164||224||1024||7th, NEAJBHL||L, Quarterfinals 1-4 (Ice)|
|2015-16||36||17||18||1||35||179||202||734||7th of 10, NEAJBHL||L, Quarterfinals 1-4 (Canadiens)|
|2016-17||36||23||13||0||46||216||145||1135||3rd of 10, NEAJBHL|| W, Quarterfinals 4-1 (Bandits)|
Lost, Semifinals 2-4 (Canadiens)
|2018-19||32||7||21||4||1||18||123||187||8th of 9, NEAJBHL||L, Quarterfinals 4-0 (Bisons)|
- ↑ Bandits have lots of work ahead | Lloydminster Meridian Booster. Meridianbooster.com (2014-10-08). Retrieved on 2015-10-24.