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The '''St. Paul Canadiens''' are a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[junior ice hockey|Junior "B"]] [[Ice Hockey]] team based in [[St. Paul, Alberta|St. Paul]], [[Alberta]], [[Canada]]. They were founded in 1953 as the St. Paul Chevrolets which were renamed the Canadiens in 1954. They are members of the [[North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League]] (NEAJBHL). They play their home games at Clancy Richards Arena. As a Western Canadian Junior B franchise, the Canadiens are eligible for the [[Keystone Cup]].
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The '''St. Paul Canadiens''' are a [[Canada|Canadian]] [[junior ice hockey|Junior "B"]] [[Ice Hockey]] team based in [[St. Paul, Alberta|St. Paul]], [[Alberta]], [[Canada]]. They were founded in 1953 as the St. Paul Chevrolets which were renamed the Canadiens in 1954. They are members of the [[North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League]] (NEAJBHL). They play their home games at Clancy Richards Arena. As a Western Canadian Junior B franchise, the Canadiens are eligible for the [[Keystone Cup]].
   
 
The Canadiens organization hosted the 2017 [[Russ Barnes Trophy|Russ Barnes]] Provincial Championships.
 
The Canadiens organization hosted the 2017 [[Russ Barnes Trophy|Russ Barnes]] Provincial Championships.
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|Season || GP || W || L || OTL || Pts || GF || GA || PIM || Finish || Playoffs
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|Season || GP || W || L || OL || Pts || GF || GA || PIM || Finish || Playoffs
 
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| 2010-11 || 32 || 2 || 29 || 1 || 5 || 40 || 284 || 511 || 9th, NEAJBHL || Did not qualify
 
| 2010-11 || 32 || 2 || 29 || 1 || 5 || 40 || 284 || 511 || 9th, NEAJBHL || Did not qualify
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| 2014-15 || 36 || 23 || 11 || 2 || 48 || 211 || 127 || 1221 || 4th, NEAJBHL || lost QuarterFinals, 3-4, ([[Lloydminster Bandits|Bandits]])
 
| 2014-15 || 36 || 23 || 11 || 2 || 48 || 211 || 127 || 1221 || 4th, NEAJBHL || lost QuarterFinals, 3-4, ([[Lloydminster Bandits|Bandits]])
 
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| 2015-16 || 36 || 24 || 11 || 1 || 49 || 175 || 120 || 1483 || 3rd of 10, NEAJBHL ||Won QuarterFinals, 4-1, ([[Vegreville Rangers|Rangers]])<br>Lost Semifinals, 0-4 ([[Killam Wheat Kings|Wheat Kings]])
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| 2015-16 || 36 || 24 || 11 || 1 || 49 || 175 || 120 || 1483 || 3rd of 10, NEAJBHL ||Won QuarterFinals, 4-1, ([[Vegreville Rangers|Rangers]])<br />Lost Semifinals, 0-4 ([[Killam Wheat Kings|Wheat Kings]])
 
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| 2016-17 || 36 || 29 || 5 || 2 || 60 || 184 || 86 || 1154 || 2nd of 10, NEAJBHL ||Won Quarters, 4-1, ([[Onion Lake Border Chiefs|Border Chiefs]])<br>Won Semifinals, 4-2 ([[Frog Lake T-Birds|T-Birds]])<br>Lost League Finals, 0-4 ([[Wainwright Bisons|Bisons]])
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| 2016-17 || 36 || 29 || 5 || 2 || 60 || 184 || 86 || 1154 || 2nd of 10, NEAJBHL ||Won Quarters, 4-1, ([[Onion Lake Border Chiefs|Border Chiefs]])<br />Won Semifinals, 4-2 ([[Frog Lake T-Birds|T-Birds]])<br />Lost League Finals, 0-4 ([[Wainwright Bisons|Bisons]])
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|Season || GP || W || L || OL || SL || Pts || GF || GA || Finish || Playoffs
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| 2017-18 || 36 || 21 || 12 || 1 || 2 || 143 || 109 || 45 || 3rd, NEAJBHL || lost in QuarterFinals, 3-4, ([[Cold Lake Ice|Ice]])
 
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|Year|| Round Robin || Record || Place || SemiFinal ||Bronze Medal Game||Gold Medal Game
 
|Year|| Round Robin || Record || Place || SemiFinal ||Bronze Medal Game||Gold Medal Game
 
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| 2017<br>HOST ||<small>L,([[Red Deer Vipers|Red Deer]]) 2-4<br> L,([[Trails West Wolves|Trails West]]) 3-7<br>W, ([[Wetaskiwin Icemen|Wetaskiwin]])7-5</small> || 1-2-0|| 3rd/ 4 Pool|| did not qualify || n/a || n/a
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| 2017<br />HOST ||<small>L,([[Red Deer Vipers|Red Deer]]) 2-4<br />L,([[Trails West Wolves|Trails West]]) 3-7<br />W, ([[Wetaskiwin Icemen|Wetaskiwin]])7-5</small> || 1-2-0|| 3rd/ 4 Pool|| did not qualify || n/a || n/a
 
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Revision as of 00:13, May 7, 2018

St. Paul Canadiens
St.PaulCanadiens
City: St. Paul, Alberta, Canada
League: North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League
Founded: 1953
Home Arena: Clancy Richards Arena
Colours: Red, White, Blue
              
Head Coach: Flag of Canada Joe Young
General Manager: Flag of Canada Joe Young
Franchise history
1953-1954: St. Paul Chevrolets
1954-present: St. Paul Canadiens

The St. Paul Canadiens are a Canadian Junior "B" Ice Hockey team based in St. Paul, Alberta, Canada. They were founded in 1953 as the St. Paul Chevrolets which were renamed the Canadiens in 1954. They are members of the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League (NEAJBHL). They play their home games at Clancy Richards Arena. As a Western Canadian Junior B franchise, the Canadiens are eligible for the Keystone Cup.

The Canadiens organization hosted the 2017 Russ Barnes Provincial Championships.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L OL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
2010-11 32 2 29 1 5 40 284 511 9th, NEAJBHL Did not qualify
2011-12 32 3 28 2 8 74 327 - 9th, NEAJBHL Did not qualify
2012-13 34 3 30 1 7 67 241 - 8th, NEAJBHL lost in QuarterFinals, 0-4, (Ice)
2013-14 34 14 19 1 29 120 167 - 7th, NEAJBHL lost in QuarterFinals, 0-4, (Bisons)
2014-15 36 23 11 2 48 211 127 1221 4th, NEAJBHL lost QuarterFinals, 3-4, (Bandits)
2015-16 36 24 11 1 49 175 120 1483 3rd of 10, NEAJBHL Won QuarterFinals, 4-1, (Rangers)
Lost Semifinals, 0-4 (Wheat Kings)
2016-17 36 29 5 2 60 184 86 1154 2nd of 10, NEAJBHL Won Quarters, 4-1, (Border Chiefs)
Won Semifinals, 4-2 (T-Birds)
Lost League Finals, 0-4 (Bisons)
Season GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2017-18 36 21 12 1 2 143 109 45 3rd, NEAJBHL lost in QuarterFinals, 3-4, (Ice)

Russ Barnes Trophy

Alberta Jr B Provincial Championships

Year Round Robin Record Place SemiFinal Bronze Medal GameGold Medal Game
2017
HOST
L,(Red Deer) 2-4
L,(Trails West) 3-7
W, (Wetaskiwin)7-5
1-2-0 3rd/ 4 Pool did not qualify n/a n/a

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