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Frog Lake T-Birds
Frog Lake T-Birds logo
City Frog Lake, Alberta, Canada
League North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League
Founded 2014 (2014)
Home arena New Horizons Arena
Colors Green, yellow, white
              
General manager Flag of Canada Kelly Zacharias
Head coach Flag of Canada Wayne Dion

Website
www.froglakejrbtbirds.com
Franchise history
2014-2019 Frog Lake T-Birds
The Frog Lake T-Birds were a Canadian Junior B hockey team, based in Frog Lake, Alberta, Canada. They play in the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League, out of the New Horizons Arena. They are coached by Wayne Dion.

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.

HistoryEdit

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,[1] 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.

Season-by-season recordEdit

Season GP W L OL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
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)
Season GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2017-18 36 21 13 2 0 44 163 149 4th, NEAJBHL

W, Quarterfinals 4-1 (Clippers)
W, Semifinals 4-2 (Wheat Kings)
L, Final 1-4 (Bisons)

2018-19 32 7 21 4 1 18 123 187 8th of 9, NEAJBHL L, Quarterfinals 4-0 (Bisons)


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Bandits have lots of work ahead | Lloydminster Meridian Booster. Meridianbooster.com (2014-10-08). Retrieved on 2015-10-24.

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