|North Vancouver Wolf Pack|
|City||North Vancouver, British Columbia|
|League||Pacific Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Harry Jerome Arena|
|Colors||Blue, Silver and White |
|General manager||Dean Samson|
|Head coach||Bayne Koen|
|2008-11||Squamish Wolf Pack|
|2011-present||North Vancouver Wolf Pack|
The Wolf Pack play their home games at Harry Jerome Arena in North Vancouver.
History[edit | edit source]
The team was founded in 2008 in Squamish, British Columbia as the Squamish Wolf Pack until relocating to North Vancouver in 2011.
In the 2013-14 the team earned the most points and had their highest placing (2nd, Tom Shaw) in their division and earned their first playoff series win.
The 2014-2015 season marked the best season in franchise history winning the PJHL Division Championship beating Richmond Sockeyes by 1 point for 1st in league and in Harold Britain Conference. 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 marked two of the best seasons in North Vancouver Wolfpack history.
From 2008-2015 Matt Samson was the team's president, general manager and coach. For the 2015-16 Season Matt Samson was hired by the Merritt Centennials of the British Columbia Hockey League. Bayne Koen took over as Head Coach and Elias Godoy became General Manager and assistant coach. Jamie Creamore, a former Wolf Pack Player became Assistant Coach. Grant Amman is the Trainer. Dean Samson is CEO.
2017 Grant Amman was named PJHL Trainer of the Year. Tanner Versluis Rookie of the Year.
The John Brodie Scholarship Award 2017 recipients Shane Kumar and Jack Tadey.
2017-18 Season the Staff: Bayne Koen Head Coach & Assistant General Manager. Jamie Creamore Assistant Coach. Grant Amman Trainer. Dean Samson General Manager and CEO.
Season-by-season record[edit | edit source]
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|Squamish Wolf Pack|
|2008-09||44||14||30||0||4||32||117||237||5th, Tom Shaw||Did not qualify|
|2009-10||48||16||26||0||6||38||164||212||5th, Tom Shaw||Did not qualify|
|2010-11||46||6||36||0||4||16||122||251||5th, Tom Shaw||Did not qualify|
|North Vancouver Wolf Pack|
|2011-12||44||20||21||2||1||43||141||176||4th, Tom Shaw||Lost Div. SemiFinals, 1-4 (Sockeyes)|
|2012-13||44||24||18||1||1||50||155||146||3rd, Tom Shaw||Lost Div. SemiFinals, 0-4 (Ice Hawks)|
|2013-14||44||26||14||2||2||56||161||121||2nd, Tom Shaw||Won Div. SemiFinals, 4-2 (Ice Hawks)|
Lost Div. Finals, 0-4 (Sockeyes)
|2014-15||44||32||9||1||2||67||203||131||1st, Tom Shaw||Won Div. SemiFinals, 4-0 (Ice Hawks)|
Won Div. Finals, 4-1 (Steelers)
Won PJHL Final, 4-2 (Outlaws)
|2015-16||44||32||9||0||3||67||224||130||1st, Tom Shaw||Lost Div. SemiFinals, 2-4 (Ice Hawks)|
|2016-17||44||17||24||1||2||37||133||153||4th, Tom Shaw||tbd Div. SemiFinals, 1-1 (Ice Hawks)|
|2017-18||44||27||14||0||3||57||134||124||3rd of 5, Tom Shaw||Lost Div. SemiFinals, 1-4 (Sockeyes)|
|2018–19||44||34||9||0||1||203||93||69||T-1st of 6, Shaw||Won Quarterfinals, 4-1 (Flames)|
Won Semifinals, 4-1 (Steelers)
Won Final, 4-0 (Trappers)
|2019-20||44||40||3||0||1||260||91||81||1st of 6, Tom Shaw||Won quarterfinals 4-1 (Whalers) Won Semifinals 4-0 (Steelers) Final cancelled prior to starting
3-4 (Grandview Steelers)
Cyclone Taylor Cup[edit | edit source]
British Columbia Jr B Provincial Championships
|Season||Round Robin||Record||Standing||SemiFinal||Bronze Medal Game||Gold Medal Game|
|2015 **||L, Campbell River 3-6
OTL, Mission City 6-7
OTL, Kimberley 4-5
|0-1-2||4th of 4||n/a||L, Mission City 0-7||n/a|
|2019||W, Storm 4-1
L, Revelstoke 1-5
L, Victoria 3-0
|1-2-0-0||3rd of 4||-||W, 3-2 (ot) Storm||Did not qualify|
- In 2015 Mission City host & Wolfpack qualify as PJHL Champions.
References[edit | edit source]
[edit | edit source]
- Official website of the North Vancouver Wolf Pack
- Official website of the Pacific Junior Hockey League
- Official website of the Cyclone Taylor Cup
- Official website of the Keystone Cup
- Building a Francise
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