Onion Lake Border Chiefs
Onion Lake Border Chief logo
City Onion Lake, Saskatchewan
League North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League
Founded 2014 (2014)–15
Home arena Onion Lake Memorial Communiplex
Colors Yellow, Black, White
General manager Flag of Canada
Head coach Flag of Canada Mike Clague

Franchise history
2014-present Onion Lake Border Chiefs
The Onion Lake Border Chiefs were a Canadian Junior B ice hockey team located in Onion Lake, Saskatchewan. They joined the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League in 2014, and play out of the Onion Lake Memorial Communiplex. The team would withdraw before the 2018-19 season.


The Border Chiefs were founded in 2014 along with the Frog Lake T-Birds. They became the second team in the NEAJBHL to play out of a First Nations reserve (the other being the T-Birds). In their first season, they finished eighth out of ten teams in the NEAJBHL, with a record of 13-20-3, and were swept in the first round of the NEAJBHL playoffs by the Wainwright Bisons. For 2015-16, they are currently improved from the season before, sitting fifth in the standings.[1]

Season-by-season recordEdit

Season GP W L OL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
2014-15 36 13 20 3 29 140 194 1078 8th, NEAJBHL L, Quarterfinals 0-4 (Bisons)
2015-16 36 19 16 1 39 168 161 982 5th of 10, NEAJBHL L, Quarterfinals 1-4 (Ice)
2016-17 36 14 18 4 32 120 151 935 7th of 10, NEAJBHL L, Quarterfinals 1-4 (Canadiens)
Season GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2017-18 36 6 26 4 0 16 134 221 10th of 10. NEAJBHL Did not qualify

See alsoEdit


  1. Cold Lake Ice endure tough weekend | Bonnyville Nouvelle. (2015-10-27). Retrieved on 2015-11-15.

External linksEdit

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