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[[Image:Trail_Cominco_Arena.jpg|thumb|400px|Cominco Arena]]
 
[[Image:Trail_Cominco_Arena.jpg|thumb|400px|Cominco Arena]]
   
 
'''Trail''' is a town of about 7200 people in southeastern [[British Columbia]], [[Canada]].
 
Trail is a town of about 7200 people in southeastern [[British Columbia]], [[Canada]].
 
   
 
==Teams==
 
==Teams==
   
*[[Trail Blazers]]
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*[[Trail All Stars]]
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*[[Trail Blazers]] ([[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1938-1939) fill in team while Smoke Eaters play in World Championships
*[[Trail Canucks]]
 
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*[[Trail Hockey Club]]
 
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*[[Trail Canucks|Trail Canucks (]][[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1936-1937) fill in team
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*[[Trail Hockey Club]] ([[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1923-1927) renamed Smoke Eaters
 
*[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]
 
*[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]
*[[Trail Tigers]]
 
   
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#([[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1927-1938) sit out season to play in World Championships
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#(World Championships, 1938-1939) return to WKHL
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#([[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1939-1941) join ABCSL
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#([[Alberta-British Columbia Senior League|Alberta-British Columbia Senior League, ]]1941-1942) suspend operations due to World War II
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#([[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1945-1946) league renamed WIHL
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#([[Western International Hockey League]], 1946-1962) league stops play for team to play in World Amateur championships
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#(World Amateur Cahmpionships, 1962-1963) return to WIHL
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#([[Western International Hockey League]], 1963-1984) folded
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#([[Western International Hockey League]], 1985-1987) folded January 29, 1987)
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*[[Trail Smoke Eaters (junior)]]
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#([[Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League]], 1991-1995) replaced by former [[Bellingham Ice Hawks]] franchise from BCHL
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#([[British Columbia Hockey League]], 1995-Present)
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*[[Trail Tigers]] ([[West Kootenay Hockey League]], 1922-1923) drop nickname
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==Arenas==
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*[[Cominco Arena]]
   
 
==Champions==
 
==Champions==
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==='''World Champions'''===
 
==='''World Champions'''===
   
*1938-39 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
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*1938-39 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
*1960-61 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
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*1960-61 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
   
 
==='''[[Allan Cup]]'''===
 
==='''[[Allan Cup]]'''===
   
*1937-38 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
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*1937-38 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
*1961-62 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
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*1961-62 '''[[Trail Smoke Eaters]]'''
   
   
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==Players==
 
==Players==
   
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*[[Craig Cunningham]]
 
*[[Butch Deadmarsh]]
 
*[[Butch Deadmarsh]]
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*[[Gary Donaldson]]
 
*[[Dallas Drake]]
 
*[[Dallas Drake]]
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*[[Landon Ferraro]]
 
*[[Ray Ferraro]]
 
*[[Ray Ferraro]]
 
*[[Shawn Horcoff]]
 
*[[Shawn Horcoff]]
 
*[[Barret Jackman]]
 
*[[Barret Jackman]]
 
*[[Richard Kromm]]
 
*[[Richard Kromm]]
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*[[Tim Lenardon]]
 
*[[Steve McCarthy]]
 
*[[Steve McCarthy]]
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*[[Terry McDougall]]
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*[[Don McLeod]]
 
*[[Cesare Maniago]]
 
*[[Cesare Maniago]]
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*[[Mike Matteucci]]
 
*[[Tom McVie]]
 
*[[Tom McVie]]
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*[[Garth Rizzuto]]
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*[[Todd Robinson]]
 
*[[Mike Zanier]]
 
*[[Mike Zanier]]
[[Category:Canadian towns]]
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[[Category:British Columbia towns]]
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[[Category:Independent teams in the British Columbia Junior Playoffs]]

Latest revision as of 22:35, 21 October 2019

Cominco Arena

Trail is a town of about 7200 people in southeastern British Columbia, Canada.

Teams[edit | edit source]

  1. (West Kootenay Hockey League, 1927-1938) sit out season to play in World Championships
  2. (World Championships, 1938-1939) return to WKHL
  3. (West Kootenay Hockey League, 1939-1941) join ABCSL
  4. (Alberta-British Columbia Senior League, 1941-1942) suspend operations due to World War II
  5. (West Kootenay Hockey League, 1945-1946) league renamed WIHL
  6. (Western International Hockey League, 1946-1962) league stops play for team to play in World Amateur championships
  7. (World Amateur Cahmpionships, 1962-1963) return to WIHL
  8. (Western International Hockey League, 1963-1984) folded
  9. (Western International Hockey League, 1985-1987) folded January 29, 1987)
  1. (Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League, 1991-1995) replaced by former Bellingham Ice Hawks franchise from BCHL
  2. (British Columbia Hockey League, 1995-Present)

Arenas[edit | edit source]

Champions[edit | edit source]

World Champions[edit | edit source]

Allan Cup[edit | edit source]


Players[edit | edit source]

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