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Strathcona Bruins
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City Strathcona, Alberta
League Capital Junior Hockey League
Division East Division
Founded 1978 (1978)
Home arena Fultonvale Arena at the Strathcona Olympiette Centre
Colors Black, Gold, White

Website
Strathcona Bruins Website [2]
Franchise history
1978-2008 Strathcona Sabres
2008-present Strathcona Bruins
The Strathcona Bruins are a Junior B hockey team playing in the Capital Junior Hockey League in Strathcona, Alberta. The team was renamed the Bruins in 2008 after playing under the name Sabres since 1978.[1]

The Bruins hosted the 2012-13 season All-Star Game at the Ardrossan Recreation Complex. Rookies Jordan Martin, Jeff Bronetto, and Robbie Lloyd represented the Bruins in the Rookie Game, in which the East Rookies defeated the West Rookies 9-8. Keagan Gorda, Dan Ketsa, and Wes Walkeden represented the Bruins in the All-Star Game, which the East won 10-9 in overtime. Ketsa was named MVP of the game for the East.

Home ArenaEdit

The Bruins play out of the Fultonvale Arena at the Strathcona Olympiette Centre (SOC) located in Strathcona County.[2]

"With a capacity of approximately 400 spectator seats and additional standing room around the arena, SOC is one of the largest and brightest facilities in the CJHL. The arena features a fully functional Air Horn and rotating lights above the scoreboard used every time the Bruins score a goal. The facility features a full sized ice surface and miniature ice surface roughly a 1/3 the size of a regular hockey rink. Adjoining the arena, a five-sheet curling rink complete with its own lobby and lounge. Along with a fully functional kitchen located upstairs, SOC is one of the premier multi-purpose facilities located within Strathcona County. The main ice surface features a full sized centre ice Strathcona Bruins logo, one of the few arenas within the Edmonton area to have that privilege (Rogers Place is the only other arena displaying a logo to that magnitude). In the future the Bruins are looking to add their own private dressing room to accommodate the players, along with a fully functional fitness facility to be located within the arena to be used by the Bruins Junior Hockey Club, and the players and parents who frequently use the facility".[3]

Recent Season-by-season recordEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Records as of 2017-18 season.[4]

Season GP W L T OL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1999-00 36 11 23 2 - 24 128 173 4th East Lost Quarterfinals
2000-01 36 16 19 1 - 33 153 167 4th East Lost Quarterfinals
2001-02 34 17 16 1 1 35 148 140 3rd East Lost Qualifying Round
2002-03 36 11 21 3 1 26 148 176 5th East Did not Qualify
2003-04 36 7 25 4 0 18 119 202 4th East Did not Qualify
2004-05 36 2 32 1 1 6 100 293 5th East Did not Qualify
2005-06 36 1 35 0 0 2 69 298 5th East Did not Qualify
2006-07 36 2 33 - 1 5 91 282 5th East Did not Qualify
2007-08 36 4 33 - 1 9 71 249 7th East Did not qualify
2008-09 38 3 30 - 5 11 98 224 6th East Did not qualify
2009-10 38 12 22 0 4 28 121 173 5th, East Won First Round, 2-0 (Sherwood Park Knights)
Lost Second Round, 2-3 (Beaumont Chiefs)
2010–11 38 20 16 0 2 44 154 173 4th, East Lost First Round, 0-2 (Fort Saskatchewan Hawks)
2011-12 38 16 21 0 1 33 137 156 5th, East Lost First Round, 0-2 (Edmonton Royals)
2012-13 38 14 19 0 5 33 150 188 5th, East Lost First Round, 1-2 (Beaumont Chiefs)
2013-14 38 17 19 0 2 36 145 162 6th, East Lost First Round, 0-2 (Beaumont Chiefs)
2014-15 38 18 18 0 2 38 129 136 3rd, East Lost First Round, 1-2 (Leduc Riggers)
2015-16 38 9 25 0 4 22 99 174 6th, East Lost First Round, 0-2 (Beaumont Chiefs)
2016-17 38 12 24 0 2 26 117 171 5th, East Lost First Round, 0-2 (Fort Saskatchewan Hawks)
2017-18 33 16 19 0 3 35 140 193 6th, East Lost First Round, 0-2 (Fort Saskatchewan Hawks)
2018-19 38 8 29 0 1 17 97 243 7th, East Did not qualify

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