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Overview[edit | edit source]

"Cougars" is the name of the sports teams of the University of Regina, located in Regina, Saskatchewan. Their home arena is The Co-operators Centre. They are members of the Canada West Universities Athletic Association (CWUAA) and U Sports (formerly known as CIS).

History[edit | edit source]

The Regina Cougars hockey team started play in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) in the 1976-77 season. They joined the University of Winnipeg, Lakehead University, the University of Manitoba, and Brandon University.

The Cougars joined the CWUAA in the 1984-85 season (along with Manitoba and Brandon) when the GPAC folded. They joined the University of British Columbia, University of Alberta. University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge, and the University of Saskatchewan. Mount Royal University became the 2nd team of Cougars in the conference in 2012-13.



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

Year/Comp. GP W L T GF GA Pts Placing
1977 GPAC 22 13 9 0 129 105 26 2nd
1978 GPAC 22 18 4 0 ? ? 38 1st
1978 playoffs 3 2 1 - 16 13 4 champions
1978 U Cup 2 0 2 - 3 12 0 pool 3rd
1979 GPAC 22 18 4 0 ? ? 40 1st
1979 playoffs 2 2 0 - 12 5 4 champions
1979 U Cup 2 0 2 - 4 11 0 pool 3rd
1980 GPAC 20 12 8 0 112 81 24 3rd
1980 playoffs 4 3 1 - 18 16 6 champions
1980 U Cup 3 2 1 - 15 13 4 silver
1981 GPAC 24 13 11 0 26 136 106 3rd
1981 playoffs 1 0 1 - 3 5 0 semi-finals
1982 GPAC 24 21 3 0 42 183 92 1st
1982 playoffs 3 2 1 - 8 7 0 finalist
1982 U Cup 2 0 2 - 7 14 0 pool 3rd
1983 GPAC 24 13 11 0 145 127 26 3rd
1983 playoffs 1 0 1 - 4 5 0 semi-finals
1984 GPAC 24 10 14 0 132 134 20 3rd
1984 playoffs 1 0 1 - 4 5 0 semi-finals
1985 GPAC 24 15 8 1 138 114 31 2nd
1985 playoffs 4 2 2 - 20 14 4 finalist
1986 CWUAA 28 8 20 0 127 162 16 7th
1987 CWUAA 28 9 18 1 120 175 19 7th
1988 CWUAA 28 3 24 1 88 209 7 8th
1989 CWUAA 28 9 16 3 128 147 21 6th
1990 CWUAA 28 13 13 2 97 88 28 4th
1990 playoffs 2 0 2 - 1 6 0 semi-finals
1991 CWUAA 28 13 14 1 104 111 27 4th
1991 playoffs 6 3 3 - 21 23 6 finalist
1992 CWUAA 28 19 6 3 159 111 41 1st
1992 playoffs 4 2 2 - 21 16 4 finalist
1993 CWUAA 28 16 7 5 129 93 37 2nd
1993 playoffs 5 2 3 - 14 14 4 finalist
1994 CWUAA 28 16 11 1 125 97 33 4th
1994 playoffs 2 0 2 - 9 10 0 semi-finals
1995 CWUAA 28 17 9 2 123 107 36 2nd
1995 playoffs 2 0 2 - 5 9 0 semi-finals
1996 CWUAA 28 12 11 5 105 104 29 GP 2nd
1996 playoffs 8 4 4 - 32ø 33ø 8 finalist
1997 CWUAA 26 7 17 2 82 103 16 GP 3rd
1997 playoffs 2 0 2 - 3 10 0 quarter-finals
1998 CWUAA 28 4 22 2 75 145 10 GP 4th
1999 CWUAA 28 4 20 4 75 122 12 GP 4th
2000 CWUAA 28 4 21 3 88 178 11 GP 4th
2001 CWUAA 28 9 14 5 94 108 23 GP 3rd
2001 playoffs 2 0 2 - 5 12 0 quarter-finals
2002 CWUAA 28 12 12 4 78 98 28 GP 3rd
2002 playoffs 2 0 2 - 3 9 0 quarter-finals
2003 CWUAA 28 11 16 1 75 103 23 GP 3rd
2003 playoffs 2 0 2 - 2 10 0 quarter-finals
2004 CWUAA 28 10 14 4 92 106 24 GP 2nd
2004 playoffs 4 2 2 - 11 15 4 semi-finals
2005 CWUAA 28 6 17 5 75 114 17 GP 3rd
2005 playoffs 2 0 2 - 7 14 0 quarter-finals
2006 CWUAA 28 10 16 2 79 96 22 GP 3rd
2006 playoffs 3 1 2 - 7 16 2 quarter-finals
Year/Comp. GP W L OL GF GA Pts Placing
2007 CWUAA 28 13 12 3 84 101 29 GP 2nd
2007 playoffs 3 1 2 - 5 6 2 quarter-finals
2008 CWUAA 28 10 15 3 60 77 23 6th
2008 playoffs 2 0 2 - 5 9 0 quarter-finals
2009 CWUAA 28 11 15 2 65 83 24 6th
2009 playoffs 5 3 2 - 11 14 4 semi-finals
2010 CWUAA 28 9 17 2 72 100 20 6th
2011 CWUAA 28 8 18 2 54 103 18 7th
2012 CWUAA 28 5 20 3 57 116 13 7th
2013 CWUAA 28 13 12 3 76 93 29 6th
2013 playoffs 2 0 2 - 2 11 0 quarter-finals
2014 CWUAA 28 11 15 2 70 99 24 7th
2015 CWUAA 28 8 17 3 55 85 19 7th
2016 CWUAA 28 7 21 0 73 134 14 8th
2017 CWUAA 28 3 22 3 60 131 9 8th
2018 CWUAA 28 4 22 2 75 143 10 8th
2019 CWUAA 28 4 23 1 55 137 9 8th
2020 CWUAA 28 8 17 3 65 117 19 7th
ø denotes missing scores for some games
  • GPAC had 5 teams through 1983-84 and 4 teams in 1984-85.
  • CWUAA had a one division format 1985-86 to 1994-95 and 2007-08 to present.
  • CWUAA had a two division format 1995-96 to 2006-07, Mountain (M) and Great Plains (GP),



Commemorations[edit | edit source]

Championships[edit | edit source]

UNIVERSITY

  • GPAC: 1978, 1979, 1980
  • CWUAA: none


University Cups[edit | edit source]


Pictures[edit | edit source]

1980 Regina Cougars
University Cup

A.J. Whiffen
Regina Cougars 2011

Devon McMullen
Regina Cougars 2015

Regina at Manitoba
October 10, 2015

Cougars v Cougars
January 20, 2017

Cougars v Bisons
November 10, 2017

January 12, 2019
U of Sask: Wyatt Johnson
U of Regina: Corwin Stevely


Game Ads[edit | edit source]

1978 Game Ad 1

1978 Game Ad 2

1979 Game Ad

1980 Game Ad

1981 Game Ad

1983 Game Ad

1984 Game Ad


Alternate Logos[edit | edit source]

Regina Cougars old logo

Regina Cougars old puck

Regina Cougars Women's Team

Regina Cougars Alumni

Regina Cougars Circle

Regina Cougars word mark and logo

Regina Cougars logo

Regina Cougars black banner

Regina Cougars green banner

Regina Cougars
CW 2017 banner

2020 Regina Cougars


Links[edit | edit source]

Current CW Teams[edit | edit source]

Former CW Teams[edit | edit source]

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