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==Teams==
 
==Teams==
   
*[[Williams Lake Mustangs]]
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*[[Williams Lake Mustangs|Williams Lake Mustangs ]]
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#([[Peace-Cariboo Junior Hockey League]],1980-1991) league renamed RMJHL
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#([[Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League]], 1991-1996) folded
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*[[Williams Lake Stampeders]]
 
*[[Williams Lake Stampeders]]
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#([[Central Interior Hockey League]], 1950-1955) league renamed CHL
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#([[Cariboo Hockey League]], 1955-1967) withdrew November 28,1967, return 1968
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#([[Cariboo Hockey League]], 1968-1977)
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#([[Cariboo Hockey League]], 1978-1979) folded January 10, 1979
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*[[Williams Lake TimberWolves]]
 
*[[Williams Lake TimberWolves]]
[[Category:Canadian towns]]
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#[[British Columbia Hockey League|(British Columbia Hockey League]], 2003-2007)
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#([[British Columbia Hockey League]], 2009-2010) suspended by league for "not being in good standing"
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==Players==
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[[Ed Patenaude]]
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==Arenas==
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* Cariboo Memorial Complex
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[[Category:British Columbia towns]]

Latest revision as of 09:18, October 10, 2019

Williams Lake is a town of over 10,000 in central British Columbia, Canada. It is located in the Cariboo region.

TeamsEdit

  1. (Peace-Cariboo Junior Hockey League,1980-1991) league renamed RMJHL
  2. (Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League, 1991-1996) folded
  1. (Central Interior Hockey League, 1950-1955) league renamed CHL
  2. (Cariboo Hockey League, 1955-1967) withdrew November 28,1967, return 1968
  3. (Cariboo Hockey League, 1968-1977)
  4. (Cariboo Hockey League, 1978-1979) folded January 10, 1979
  1. (British Columbia Hockey League, 2003-2007)
  2. (British Columbia Hockey League, 2009-2010) suspended by league for "not being in good standing"


PlayersEdit

Ed Patenaude

ArenasEdit

  •  Cariboo Memorial Complex
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