The "Clan" is the name of the sports teams from Simon Fraser University (SFU), located in Burnaby, British Columbia. They are sometimes referred to as the "Clown" by their detractors. SFU is in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) and have been since its inception in 2005-06.
In other sports SFU is a former member of the Canada West Universities Athletic Association (CWUAA) from 2002 to 2009, however they never participated in the men's or women's hockey leagues. After struggling for 8 years in the CIS they now participate in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, a 2nd tier conference in the NCAA.
Season-by-Season Records TableEdit
- Note: Until 2011-12 there were tie games in the regular season and a playoff tournament was held.
|2018 BCIHL||25||8||16||1||54||56||17||5th ø|
|2018 playoffs||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||DNQ ø|
|2020 BCIHL||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||Event cancelled prior to starting|
- Note: From 2012-13 onwards the top 4 teams qualified for best-of-three semi-finals and all regular season games were decided by overtime or shootout.
- ø Forfeited 11 games played between Jan 5 and Feb 16 due to the participation of an ineligible player, resulting in a loss of 19 points.
- BCIHL: 2008, 2010, 2011
- under development
- Canadian Colleges Athletic Association
- 4-West Championship
- British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League
- British Columbia Colleges Athletic Association
- Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference
- Prairie Athletic Conference (Saskatchewan)
- Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference
- Ontario Colleges Athletic Association
- RSEQ College League
- Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association
- Selkirk College Saints (PWAA - CCAA)
- Simon Fraser Clan (GNAC - NCAA)
- Trinity Western Spartans (CWUAA - USports)
- Vancouver Island Mariners (PWAA - CCAA)
- Victoria Vikings (CWUAA - USports)
- Eastern Washington Eagles (2012-2018) (Big Sky - NCAA)
- Fraser Valley Cascades (2006-2011) (CWUAA - USports)
- Okanagan College Coyotes (2010-2012) (PWAA - CCAA)
- UNBC Timberwolves (2006) (CWUAA - USports)
- Thompson Rivers Wolfpack (2010-14) (CWUAA - USports)