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Overview[edit | edit source]

"Kings" is the name of the sports teams of Red Deer College located in Red Deer, Alberta.

The team competes in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC). They folded their hockey program after the 2003-04 season before returning for the 2013-14 season. The ACAC is affiliated with the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA), the second tier of university/college sport in Canada. The CCAA has not held a national hockey playoff since 2001. The Kings have won 8 ACAC titles and 3 CCAA titles. The ACAC is currently the only college league in Canada. However, the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) includes college teams and the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) operates a league of mostly Cégep teams.

Season-by-Season Records Table[edit | edit source]

Seasons with ties: 1968-69 to 2000-01[edit | edit source]

The ACAC Archives do not include results for 1965-66 to 1994-95.

Year/Comp. GP W L T F A Pts Placing
1969 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1970 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1971 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1972-1976 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1977 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1977 4-West 2 2 0 - 10 1 4 champions
1977 CCAA 2 2 0 - 11 3 4 gold
1978 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1978 4-West ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1978 CCAA 2 1 1 - 11 9 2 silver
1979 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1979 CCAA ? ? ? - ? ? ? gold
1980 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1980 4-West ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1980 CCAA ? ? ? - ? ? ? gold
1981-1982 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1983 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1983 CCAA ? ? ? - ? ? ? silver
1984-1986 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1987 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1988-1989 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1989 CCAA ? ? ? - ? ? ? silver
1990-1993 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1994 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? champions
1995 ACAC ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1996 ACAC 22 10 10 2 95 84 22 4th
1996 playoffs 7 4 3 - ? ? 8 semi-finals
1997 ACAC 22 12 9 1 115 92 25 3rd
1997 playoffs 5 2 3 - ? ? 4 semi-finals
1998 ACAC 24 11 12 1 85 88 23 4th
1998 playoffs - - - - - - - DNQ
1999 ACAC 28 22 6 0 128 80 44 1st
1999 playoffs 7 4 3 - 29 31 8 finalist
2000 ACAC 28 15 13 0 105 98 30 4th
2000 playoffs 5 3 2 - 15 20 6 semi-finals
2001 ACAC 28 15 12 1 112 96 31 5th
2001 playoffs 7 3 4 - 15 14 6 semi-finals
Note: In 1999-00 1 point awarded for tie after regulation and one overtime period - an additional point awarded if winner decided in overtime. T column has OLs. OWs in W column.
Note: In 2000-01 OTLs were recorded but no additional points awarded.

Seasons with ties and OL: 2001-02 to present[edit | edit source]

Year/Comp. GP W L OL T F A Pts Placing
2002 ACAC 28 11 14 0 3 98 125 25 6th
2002 playoffs 2 0 2 - - 2 10 0 quarter-finals
2003 ACAC 28 9 17 0 2 101 121 20 7th
2003 playoffs - - - - - - - - DNQ
2004 ACAC 28 7 20 0 1 93 124 15 7th
2004 playoffs - - - - - - - - DNQ
2005-13 - - - - - - - - folded
2014 ACAC 32 20 11 1 0 121 95 41 4th
2014 playoffs 5 2 3 - - 14 23 4 semi-finals
2015 ACAC 32 15 13 1 3 125 107 34 5th
2015 playoffs 2 0 2 - - 1 7 0 quarter-finals
2016 ACAC 32 16 13 0 3 107 91 35 4th
2016 playoffs 5 2 3 - - 11 20 4 semi-finals
2017 ACAC 28 13 11 3 1 82 83 30 5th
2017 playoffs 3 1 2 - - 3 6 2 quarter-finals
2018 ACAC 28 19 7 2 0 109 73 40 3rd
2018 playoffs 4 2 2 - - 15 12 4 semi-finals
2019 ACAC 28 19 7 1 1 132 87 40 T-2nd
2019 playoffs 5 2 3 - - 17 8 4 semi-finals
2020 ACAC 28 20 6 2 0 122 82 42 2nd
2020 playoffs 3 2 1 - - 11 7 4 cancelled
Notes:
There were no tied games in 2007-08 to 2008-09.
The 2020 playoffs were cancelled after the quarter-final round.

Commemorations[edit | edit source]

Championships[edit | edit source]

ACAC:

CCAA:

CCAA Nationals[edit | edit source]

Source: CCAA National Appearances
Source: Alberta champions

Pictures[edit | edit source]

Red Deer College Kings - 2014

Alternate Logos[edit | edit source]

2017

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College links[edit | edit source]

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Former Teams[edit | edit source]

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