|City:||Nipigon, Ontario, Canada|
|League:||Thunder Bay Junior B Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Nipigon Community Centre|
|Colors:|| Blue, Yellow, and White|
|General Manager:||Irwin Nicol|
|Head Coach:||Jean-Marc Fortier|
The Elks are five-time Western Canadian Brewers Cup champions. They won the Junior C tournament in 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, and 2013 against comparable teams from across Western Canada. The Elks were also 2010 finalists.
In 2008, the team changed their name from the Nipigon Elks to the Nip-Rock Elks. The name change, which was for just one season, had to do with an agreement with the neighboring town of Red Rock, Ontario.
The Nipigon Elks finished off the 2002-03 season in first place with a record of 16-6-2 and went on to win the league playoffs. The Elks defeated the Wawa Travellers of the North of Superior Junior B Hockey League to win the Northern Ontario Regional Junior B Hockey Championship for the right to compete at the 2003 Keystone Cup in St. Claude, Manitoba.
The Elks first game of the Western Canadian Junior B championship was against the Assiniboia Southern Rebels, a 6-1 loss. They next played the Selkirk Fishermen, resulting in a 9-3 loss. In the third game, the Elks lost to the Spruce Grove Regals 11-2, then lost to the Richmond Sockeyes 5-1. In the fifth and final game of the round robin, the Elks lost to the host St. Claude Knights 5-1 to close out their tournament winless.
|2002-03||24||16||6||2||-||34||-||-||1st TBJBHL||Won League|
|2005-06||30||3||25||2||-||8||92||211||4th TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals|
|2006-07||30||5||25||0||-||10||88||228||3rd TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals|
|2007-08||30||4||24||2||-||10||96||214||3rd TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals|
|2008-09||30||2||27||1||-||5||72||220||3rd TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals|
|2009-10||30||15||15||0||-||30||136||139||2nd TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals|
|2010-11||30||15||11||4||-||34||146||130||2nd TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals|
|2011-12||31||25||6||0||-||50||238||117||2nd TBJBHL||Lost Finals (Northern Hawks)|
|2012-13||24||18||5||1||-||37||135||84||2nd TBJBHL||Lost Finals (Northern Hawks)|
|2013-14||30||11||17||2||-||24||104||143||3rd TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals, 1-4 (Thunder Bay Stars)|
|2014-15||30||14||15||1||-||29||127||156||3rd TBJBHL||Lost Semfinals, 1-4 (Thunder Bay Stars)|
|2015-16||32||10||20||2||-||22||118||159||4th TBJBHL||Lost Semifinals, 1-4 (Northern Hawks)|
|2016-17||30||16||9||5||-||22||162||124||3rd LJHL||Won Semifinals, 4-1 (Thunder Bay Stars)|
Won Finals, 4-1 (Northern Hawks)
to Keystone Cup
|2017-18||28||14||10||4||-||32||152||118||3rd LJHL||Lost Semifinals, 3-4 (Northern Hawks)|
|2018-19||30||6||21||1||2||102||174||15||4th, LJHL||Lost Semifinals, 0-4 (Fighting Walleye)|
|2019-20||27||12||15||0||0||116||119||24||3rd, LJHL||Playoffs cancelled|
Keystone Cup historyEdit
Western Canadian Jr. B Championships (Northern Ontario to British Columbia)
Six teams in round robin play. 1st vs 2nd for gold/silver; 3rd vs 4th for bronze.
|Year||Round Robin||Record||Standing||Bronze Medal Game||Gold Medal Game|
|2017||L, Regina 3-6|
L, Peguis 3-4
L, Wainwright 2-9
L, Beaver Valley 2-10
L, Arborg 4-9
|0-5-0||6th of 6||did not qualify||did not qualify|
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