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Raiders Junior Hockey Club
Raiders Junior Hockey Club logo
City Winnipeg, Manitoba Flag of Canada.svg Canada
League Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League
Founded 1978
Home arena Bill Mosienko Arena
The Raiders Junior Hockey Club is a junior level team playing in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League.  The team is based out of the Billy Mosienko Arena in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  The team was founded in 1977 as the Seven Oaks Rangers.  The team has won two McKenzie Trophy playoff championships (1980 as Seven Oaks Rangers and 2014).  The team has also won 4 Moug Trophy regular season championships (1978-79 and 1979-80 as Seven Oaks Rangers, 2014-15 and 2015-16).

Team HistoryEdit

The Seven Oaks Minor Hockey Association was concerned that there was no junior hockey team in our area for graduating juvenile hockey players who wanted to further their education and still participate in the sport that they enjoyed.

As Chairman of the Seven Oaks Minor Hockey Association, David Levine contacted the President of the Manitoba Major Hockey League. During the 1975-76 hockey season he was invited to attend many games and discussion about the feasibility of joining the league ensued.

A meeting was held with graduation juvenile hockey players in our area as well as others who had graduated in the previous couple of years, to see if there was enough interest from the prospective players. The players were enthusiastic with the idea.

On September 7, 1977, the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League granted a franchise to the Seven Oaks Raiders Inc.

In order to generate funding to equip the team and pay for other expenses, the Seven Oaks Raiders ran a hockey tournament at the West Kildonan Arena.

The Seven Oaks Raiders Inc. commenced playing in the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League in October 1977.

Season by Season RecordEdit

Season GP W L T OL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1977-78 42 14 26 2 - 30 209 260 5th of 8
1978-79 42 31 10 1 - 63 285 164 1st of 8
1979-80 42 36 6 0 - 72 335 157 1st of 8 Won Championship
1980-81 42 7 34 1 - 15 169 291 8th of 8
1981-82 42 12 30 0 - 24 170 268 8th of 8
1982-83 42 21 20 1 - 43 251 242 4th of 8
1983-84 40 19 19 2 - 40 192 190 5th of 9
1984-85 40 17 22 1 - 37 239 251 6th of 9
1985-86 42 27 13 2 - 56 291 243 2nd of 8
1986-87 42 20 21 1 - 41 315 292 4th of 8
1987-88 42 34 7 1 - 69 295 191 2nd of 8
1988-89 42 21 20 0 - 42 222 233 4th of 8
1989-90 42 24 15 3 - 51 292 227 3rd of 8
1990-91 42 26 14 2 - 54 273 213 2nd of 8
1991-92 42 26 15 1 - 53 232 219 5th of 8
1992-93 42 20 21 1 - 41 249 249 4th of 8
1993-94 42 15 27 0 - 30 215 273 7th of 8
1994-95 42 20 22 0 - 40 211 206 5th of 8
1995-96 42 14 26 2 - 30 207 257 5th of 8
1996-97 42 14 28 0 - 28 184 229 7th of 8
1997-98 42 12 29 1 - 25 179 299 8th of 8
1998-99 42 14 27 1 - 29 169 237 6th of 8
1999-00 42 16 24 1 - 33 181 217 7th of 8
2000-01 42 14 24 3 1 32 146 185 8th of 8
2001-02 45 6 34 2 3 17 153 275 10th of 10
2002-03 45 21 20 2 2 46 178 222 4th of 10
2003-04 45 18 24 2 1 39 182 221 6th of 10
2004-05 45 12 24 2 7 33 152 227 8th of 10
2005-06 45 8 34 1 2 19 109 255 9th of 10 Did not qualify
2006-07 45 7 36 1 1 16 117 255 9th of 10 Did not qualify
2007-08 45 3 40 1 1 8 86 297 10th of 10 Did not qualify
2008-09 45 4 40 - 1 9 114 292 10th of 10Did not qualify
2009-10 45 3 42 - 0 6 76 309 10th of 10 Did not qualify
2010-11 45 23 14 - 8 54 165 146 4th of 10 Lost Semifinals
2011-12 40 28 11 - 1 57 183 120 2nd of 9 Lost Semifinals
2012-13 45 33 9 - 3 69 231 127 2nd of 10 Lost Semifinals
2013-14 45 33 10 - 2 68 207 122 2nd of 10 Won Championship
2014-15 45 32 8 - 5 69 199 108 1st of 10 Won Championship
2015-16 45 32 9 - 4 68 181 123 1st of 10 Lost Semifinals
2016-17 45 23 17 - 5 51 183 134  6th of 10 Won Championship
2017-18 45 37 3 - 5 79 197 88 1st of 10 Won Championship
2018-19 45 29 11 - 5 170 121 63 2nd of 10Lost Quarterfinals

LinksEdit

team history on MMJHL website

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