|Provincial Junior Hockey League|
|Head Coach||Keith Penna (2017-18)|
|General Manager||Keith Penna (2017-18)|
|Arena||West Orillia Sports Complex|
|Team Colors||Black, red, and white|
The Orillia Terriers are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Orillia, Ontario, Canada. They now play in the Provincial Junior Hockey League after being a member of the Georgian Mid-Ontario Junior C Hockey League.
History[edit | edit source]
On September 13, 2013, the Terriers travelled to Penetanguishene, Ontario to play their first ever league game. The Penetang Kings would win the game 4-0. Gordie Weiss would get to play this first ever game in net. The next night, the Terriers hosted the Huntsville Otters in their first ever home game. At 12:38 of the first period Josh Allan would score the first goal in team history. Marty Lawlor would score a hat-trick (including the game winner) and Weiss would play the entire game in net to clinch the franchise's first ever victory.
The Terriers would finish their first ever season in seventh place out of ten teams with a record of 17 wins, 19 losses, and 4 regulation ties.
On February 1, 2014, the Terriers would play their first ever playoff game, dropping a 3-2 overtime decision to the Midland Flyers. Weiss would play the entire game and Daniel Lee scored the first playoff marker in team history.
Season-by-season standings[edit | edit source]
|2013-14||40||17||19||-||4||135||160||38||7th GMOHL||Lost Preliminary - 0-2 - (Flyers)|
|2014-15||40||17||20||-||3||149||173||37||7th GMOHL||Won Quarters - 4-2 - (Siskins)|
Lost Semi's - 1-4 (Hornets)
|2015-16||40||12||26||2||-||109||159||26||9th of 9 GMOHL||Did Not Qualify|
|2016-17||42||15||27||0||-||136||227||30||6th of 8-PJHL
|Lost Div. Quarters - 3-4 - (Kings)|
|2017-18||42||4||38||0||0||97||332||8||8th of 8-PJHL
|Lost Div. Quarters - 0-4 - (Siskins)|
|2018-19||42||19||19||1||3||137||141||42||5th of 8-PJHL
|Lost Div. Quarters, 2-4 (Kings)|
|2019-20||42||25||14||0||3||200||145||53||2nd of 8-PJHL
|2020-21||Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|