|League:||Western Ontario Super Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Tillsonburg Community Centre|
|Colors:||Black and Gold|
|General Manager:||Dan Hambleton|
In 2003-04, the Vipers made the league final, but lost to the Aylmer Blues 4-games-to-2.
Tillsonburg's best season was the 2005-06 season. After finishing the regular season in second place with 17 wins in 30 games, the Vipers knocked off the Cambridge Hornets 4-games-to-3 to make the league finals. In the league final, the Vipers fell to the Dundas Real McCoys 4-games-to-3.
The MLH fell apart in 2008, just after the Brantford Blast won the league's first ever Allan Cup. The team filled the gap when the disgruntled Cambridge Hornets left the MLH, the collegiate Windsor St. Clair Saints, walked away from the league. The Vipers decided it was their time to leave as well and applied to join the Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior Hockey League. The WOAA is an independent league with no connections to the Ontario Hockey Association. It classifies itself as Senior "AA", and allows for both a Senior "AA" and Senior "A" championship come playoff time. On May 14, 2008, the WOAA granted expansion to the Tillsonburg Vipers.
The first ever Tillsonburg WOAA game took place on October 4, 2008, as the Thunder defeated the Goderich Pirates 6-5 in overtime in Tillsonburg. The Thunder had a successful first season in the WOAA, earning a record of 11-7-2, registering 24 points, and fifth place in the South Division. Tillsonburg would lose to the Clinton Radars in the "AA" qualifying round, being sent to the "A" playoffs. In the "A" quarter-finals, the Thunder were upset by the Exeter Mohawks in six games, ending their season.
They played in the Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior Hockey League until 2020 with the 2020-21 season being cancelled. The team was announced as a founding member of the Western Ontario Super Hockey League for the 2021-22 season.
|2002-03||32||11||18||2||1||150||174||25||4th OHA Sr. A||Lost Semifinals|
|2003-04||32||17||11||2||2||159||129||38||4th OHA Sr. A||Lost Final|
|2004-05||32||16||15||0||1||141||129||34||4th MLH||Lost Semifinals|
|2005-06||30||17||9||0||4||135||129||38||2nd MLH||Lost Final|
|2006-07||30||14||12||-||4||149||146||32||4th MLH||Lost Semifinals|
|2007-08||30||11||17||-||2||108||147||24||4th MLH||Lost Semifinals|
|2008-09||20||11||7||-||2||100||84||24||5th WOAA South||Lost "A" Quarterfinals|
|2009-10||20||16||4||-||0||97||62||32||1st South||Lost "A" Quarterfinals|
|2010-11||26||16||9||-||1||134||114||33||4th South||Lost Division Final|
|2011-12||24||16||7||-||1||130||95||33||2nd South||Lost Division Final|
|2012-13||24||14||6||-||4||127||96||32||4th South||Lost Division Quarterfinals|
|2013-14||24||21||3||-||0||128||70||42||1st South||Lost Division Semifinals|
|2014-15||24||18||5||-||1||152||92||37||1st South||Won "AA" Championship|
|2015-16||24||9||12||-||3||95||137||21||5th South||Won "A" Championship|
|2016-17||20||11||8||0||1||95||76||23||T-7th||Lost "AA" Quarterfinals|
|2017-18||20||14||3||0||3||113||73||31||4th||Lost "AA" Semifinals|
|2018-19||22||10||11||0||0||94||101||20||10th||Lost "A" Semifinals|
|2018-19||22||11||10||0||0||98||82||22||8th||Lost "AA" Quarterfinals|
|2019-20||22||13||7||1||1||112||88||28||6th||Semifinal series suspended with team trailing 3-1|
|2020-21||Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|
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