North Peace Navigators
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City: Peace River, Alberta, Canada
League: NWJHL
Founded: 2000 (2000)–01
Home Arena: Baytex Energy Centre
Colours: Green, Gold, White
              
Head Coach: Flag of Canada Sheldon Szmata
General Manager: Flag of Canada Mike Fosty
Franchise history
2000-2007: Peace Air Navigators
2007-present: North Peace Navigators

The North Peace Navigators are a Junior "B" ice hockey team based in Peace River, Alberta, Canada. They are members of the North West Junior Hockey League (NWJHL). They play their home games at Baytex Energy Centre.

Season-by-season record[edit | edit source]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L OL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2003-04 42 36 4 2 74 1st, NWJHL NWJHL Champions, 4-2 (Huskies)
2004-05 35 26 8 1 53 1st, NWJHL NWJHL Champions, 4-2 (Huskies)
2005-06 36 28 6 2 58 1st, NWJHL Lost in Finals, 2-4 (Huskies)
2006-07 36 24 12 0 48 ?, NWJHL Lost in Finals, 3-4 (Huskies)
2007-08 34 28 4 2 58 1st, NWJHL NWJHL Champions, 4-3 (Wolverines)
2008-09 35 21 13 1 43 154 131 3rd, NWJHL Lost in Semifinals, 3-4 (Huskies)
2009-10 35 15 16 4 34 115 138 4th, NWJHL Lost in Quarterfinals, 1-3 (Jr. Canucks)
2010-11 35 29 5 1 59 185 75 2nd, NWJHL Lost Finals, 0-4 (Wolverines)
2011-12 36 33 3 0 66 247 75 1st, NWJHL Lost Finals, 2-4 (Wolverines)
2012-13 35 29 5 1 59 206 92 2nd, NWJHL Lost Finals, 2-4 (Kings)
2013-14 35 31 4 0 62 247 75 1st, NWJHL NWJHL Champions, 4-1 (Kings)
2014-15 30 26 3 1 53 - - 1st of 7 NWJHL Quarterfinals bye
Won Semi-finals, 4-0 (Huskies)
Won League Finals, 4-0 (Flyers)
NWJHL CHAMPIONS
2015-16 36 30 6 0 60 219 96 2nd of 7 NWJHL won Quarterfinals 3-0 (Blades)
Won Semi-finals, 4-1 (Kings)
Won League Finals, 4-1 (Flyers)
NWJHL CHAMPIONS
2016-17 30 18 11 1 37 106 104 2nd of 6 NWJHL Won Semifinals 4-3 (Huskies)
Lost League Finals 1-4 (Flyers)
2017–18 36 25 8 3 53 162 102 2nd of 7, NWJHL Won Quarterfinals, 3–0 (Blades)
Won Semifinals, 4–3 (Jr. Canucks)
Lost League Finals, 1–4 (Huskies)
Advance to Alberta Provincials
2018-19 36 18 16 2 38 127 124 4th of 6, NWJHL Won Quarterfinals, 3–2 (Flyers)
Lost Semifinals, 3-4 (Huskies)
2019-20 40 25 13 2 52 157 122 2nd of 6, NWJHL Won Semifinals, 4-1 (Jr. Canucks) playoffs cancelled before start of final

Russ Barnes Trophy[edit | edit source]

Alberta Jr B Provincial Championships

Year Round Robin Record Standing SemiFinal Bronze Medal Game Gold Medal Game
2004 W, Lloydminster Bandits 5-2
T, Okotoks Bison 6-6
w, Beverly Warriors 9-2
2-0-1 1st of 4
Pool ?
L, Calgary Stampeders ?-? L, Okotoks Bison 3-6 n/a
2005 W, Okotoks Bison 4-2
W, Beverly Warriors 6-2
w, Calgary Bruins 6-1
3-0-0 1st of 4
Pool ?
L, Vegreville Rangers 3-6 W, Okotoks Bison 3-1
BRONZE Medal
n/a
2008 L, Lloydminster Bandits 3-6
W, Three Hill Thrashers 4-2
L, Sherwood Park Knights 1-2
1-2-0 4th of
4 Pool ?
n/a n/a n/a
2014 W, Royals Gold 8-7
L, St. Albert Merchants 3-6
T, Okotoks Bison 3-4
1-1-1 1st of 4
Pool A
L, Grand Prairie Kings 2-6 W, St. Albert Merchants 3-1
BRONZE Medal
n/a
2015 W, Cold Lake 9-3
W, Blackfalds 5-0
W, Stony Plain 4-1
3-0-0 1st of 4
Pool
W, Fairview 7-0 n/a L, N Edmonton 1-3
Silver Medalists
2016 W, Red Deer 3-0
T, Killam 4-4
T, North Edmonton 5-5
1-0-2 1st of 4 Pool W, Wetaskiwin 2-0 n/a W, Wainwright 3-2
Gold Medalists
2018 L, Beverly Warriors, 2–5
L, Red Deer Vipers, 4–5
W, Calgary Royals Gold, 9–5
1–2–0 3rd of 4, Pool A Did not advance

Keystone Cup history[edit | edit source]

Western Canadian Jr. B Championship (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
2016 W, Peguis Juniors, 7–3
L, Saskatoon Quakers, 4–7
W, Thunder Bay Northern Hawks, 4–2
L, 100 Mile House Wranglers, 4–2
L, Regina Capitals, 5–3
2–3–0 4th of 6 OTW, Regina Capitals, 5–4 Did not qualify

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