Leamington Flyers

Leamington Flyers

The Leamington Flyers are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Leamington, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Western division of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

History

Originally a member of the Border Cities Junior "B" league, the current Leamington Flyers were founded in 1958. Originally the Flyers were a part of the BCJBHL 1958 until 1964. The entered the new Border Cities league in 1968. When the league became the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League in 1970, the Flyers stayed on board. The Flyers were promoted to the Western Junior "B" league in 1992 and are still a charter member.

On January 3, 1993, the Leamington Flyers helped set a record for the highest scoring tie in the history of the Western Ontario Hockey League by tying the London Nationals 11-11. The Flyers hold the record for the most lopsided game in the history of the WOHL. On January 20, 1995, the Flyers defeated the Windsor Bulldogs by a score of 30-3. On January 26, 2002, the Flyers set the WOHL record for largest margin in a shutout victory by defeating the Aylmer Aces by a score of 16-0.

At the beginning of the 2006-07 season, it was announced that the Flyers have officially affiliated with the Ontario Hockey League's Saginaw Spirit.

Season-by-Season Results

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1958-59 20 5 14 1 - 67 103 11 4th BCJBHL
1959-60 29 6 23 0 - 109 181 12 6th BCJBHL
1960-61 29 7 22 0 - 105 223 14 7th BCJBHL
1961-62 30 13 17 0 - 132 156 26 5th BCJBHL
1962-63 36 11 25 0 - 134 203 22 6th BCJBHL
1963-64 28 16 12 0 - 139 147 32 3rd BCJBHL
1964-67 Standings Not Available
1967-68 51 5 46 0 - 160 355 10 5th WOJBHL
1968-69 30 21 8 1 - 171 119 43 2nd BCJHL
1969-70 34 23 9 2 - 159 104 48 2nd BCJHL "C" Champions
1970-71 40 30 8 2 - 247 133 62 2nd GLJHL
1971-72 36 20 12 4 - 209 169 44 2nd GLJHL Won League, Won CSC
1972-73 42 34 6 2 - 298 148 70 2nd GLJHL Won League
1973-74 43 19 20 4 - 184 193 42 6th GLJHL Won League
1974-75 42 25 9 8 - 220 129 58 2nd GLJHL
1975-76 42 26 13 3 - 235 173 55 3rd GLJHL
1976-77 42 22 16 4 - 201 166 48 2nd GLJHL
1977-78 42 21 16 5 - 204 206 47 3rd GLJHL
1978-79 40 15 19 6 - 226 223 36 6th GLJHL
1979-80 42 36 4 2 - 344 156 74 1st GLJHL Won League, Won CSC
1980-81 42 28 10 4 - 328 180 60 2nd GLJHL
1981-82 39 26 10 3 - 264 192 55 2nd GLJHL
1982-83 39 29 8 2 - 331 154 62 1st GLJHL
1983-84 40 19 16 5 - 180 170 43 5th GLJHL
1984-85 39 15 20 4 - 171 202 34 7th GLJHL
1985-86 40 13 20 7 - 205 252 33 7th GLJHL
1986-87 38 23 12 2 1 240 163 49 4th GLJHL
1987-88 39 26 10 3 0 247 157 55 1st GLJHL
1988-89 38 29 8 1 0 259 143 59 4th GLJHL
1989-90 40 21 13 4 2 194 176 48 4th GLJHL
1990-91 39 18 21 0 0 157 183 36 8th GLJHL
1991-92 42 13 25 2 2 163 232 30 10th GLJHL
1992-93 52 15 27 5 5 - - 40 5th WOJHL West
1993-94 52 36 14 0 2 293 213 74 1st WOJHL West
1994-95 52 37 11 0 4 320 199 78 2nd WOJHL West
1995-96 52 34 10 6 2 303 202 76 1st WOJHL West Lost Final
1996-97 52 31 13 3 5 276 198 70 1st WOJHL West Lost Final
1997-98 52 29 19 3 1 189 171 62 2nd WOJHL West
1998-99 52 36 12 0 4 254 167 76 2nd WOJHL West
1999-00 54 36 14 0 4 250 183 76 3rd GOHL
2000-01 54 24 24 4 2 176 187 54 6th GOHL
2001-02 54 36 15 2 1 276 172 75 2nd WOJHL
2002-03 48 37 8 1 2 231 131 77 1st WOJHL
2003-04 48 28 18 1 1 178 151 58 4th WOJHL
2004-05 48 20 20 3 5 166 179 48 6th WOJHL
2005-06 48 10 33 1 4 110 196 25 9th WOJHL
2006-07 48 17 28 - 3 159 199 37 8th WOJHL Lost Quarter-final
2007-08 48 25 21 - 2 187 191 52 15th GOJHL Lost in Quarter-final

Clarence Schmalz Cup Appearances

1972: Leamington Flyers defeated Cobourg Cougars 4-games-to-1
1980: Leamington Flyers defeated Bradford Blues 4-games-to-none

Notable Alumni

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