The Crushers would play their first ever game at home, losing to the Ripley Wolves by a score of 11-1. Shallow Lake would continue to struggle, as they would lose their first 12 games, being outscored 103-30 in the process, before defeating the Georgian Bay River Rats by a score of 6-1 in their 13th game and earn their first ever victory. Shallow Lake would play better hockey as the season went on, highlighted by a 6-4 win on the road over the Ripley Wolves. The Crushers finished their expansion season with a 3-22-1 record, finishing in last place in the North Division.
The club would face the Drayton Icemen in a best of 3 qualifying series, with the winner advancing to the WOAA "A" playoffs. Shallow Lake would take a lead in the 3rd period during the 1st game of the series, before the Icemen mounted a comeback and took the game 5-4. The Crushers rebounded in game 2, holding off Drayton and even up the series with a solid 4-2 victory. Game 3 would be another close game between the 2 clubs, as it was tied 4-4 after 3 periods of play. Drayton would then score a goal in the extra period, ending the Crushers inaugural season in the league.
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