|League||British Columbia Hockey League|
|Home Arena||Royal Lepage Place|
|Colours||Red, Silver and Tan|
For the start of the 1981-82 season the Langley Eagles would provide Langley fans with their first taste of BCJHL action in 2 years. The Eagles played for 6 seasons in Langley of which 1983-84 was their dream-come-true season.
That year, with a record of 40-8-2, placing 3rd in the league, their hope for playoff success, was high. In the Quarter-Finals that year they grounded Abbotsford Flyers, 4 games to 1. They sunk the Nanaimo Clippers in the semi-finals, 4 games to 2 to advance them to the league finals. In that series they jousted with the favored Penticton Knights, who placed 1st in the league and won 4 games to 0. The Peace Caribou Junior Hockey League champions,Prince George Spruce Kings, would fair no better as Langley chopped them down, 2 games to 0, for the Mowat Cup. In the BC/Alta Championship, Fort Saskatchewan Traders were out bartered, 4 games to 2.
Alas, all good things must come to an end and that is what happened to Langley in the Abbott Cup. The Weyburn Red Wings were having a dream-come-true season of their own, clipping Langleys wings, 4 games to 0, and going on to win the Centennial Cup, emblematic of Junior "A" Hockey supremacy in Canada. That would be it for junior "A" hockey in Langley as the Eagles flew the coop (so to speak) and ceased operations in 1987.
The Langley Thunder name reappeared on the scene eight years latter in 1994. They would compete for 5 seasons with a highlight of a league finals in 1996. Which they lost to the eventual Royal Bank Cup winners Vernon Vipers, 4 games to 1.
The Thunder changed their name to the Langley Hornets which was coached by several coaches but most notably Rick Lanz. Lanz would guide the team with decent success until the 2002-03 season. In which controversy followed with the termination of his contact. He would turn a last place team in 2001-02 to a 4th place league finish and 1st round playoff exit. Rumours were afloat as the reason he was not resigned was because Rick and his staff had cut owner's son Aaron Berman. Aaron Berman would return to a last place team the next season and eventully another dismal showing for the Langley Hornets.
As the Westside Warriors they entered the BCHL playoffs in their first year and hope to continue that success in the future.
|1973-74||BCJHL||64||38||24||2||-||326||283||78||1st in Coastal||Lost in Finals|
|1974-75||BCJHL||66||34||31||1||-||330||351||69||1st in Coastal||Lost in Quarter-Finals|
|1975-76||BCJHL||66||32||31||3||-||349||298||67||5th in League||Lost in Quarter-Finals|
|1976-77||BCJHL||68||30||37||1||-||351||362||62||3rd in Coastal||Lost in Semi-Finals|
|1977-78||BCJHL||66||19||47||0||-||250||423||38||5th in Coastal||Lost in Quaret-Finals|
|1978-79||BCJHL||62||22||36||4||-||284||348||48||5th in Coastal||DNQ|
|1981-82||BCJHL||48||7||41||0||-||204||405||14||7th in Coastal||DNQ|
|1982-83||BCJHL||56||18||37||1||-||262||317||37||6th in Coastal||DNQ|
|1983-84||BCJHL||50||40||8||2||-||337||192||82||1st in Coastal||Won League, Mowat Cup, Doyle Cup|
|1984-85||BCJHL||52||31||21||0||-||313||301||62||4th in Coastal||Lost in Quarter-Finals|
|1985-86||BCJHL||52||12||40||0||-||232||373||24||6th in Coastal||DNQ|
|1986-87||BCJHL||52||31||20||1||-||272||259||63||2nd in Coastal||Lost in Quarter-Finals|
|1994-95||BCJHL||60||38||21||1||-||321||252||77||2nd in Mainland||Lost in Quarter-Finals|
|1995-96||BCJHL||60||38||19||3||-||317||273||79||2nd in Mainland||Lost in Finals|
|1996-97||BCHL||60||21||35||4||-||228||289||46||7th in Coastal||DNQ|
|1997-98||BCHL||60||26||31||3||-||219||239||55||6th in Coastal||DNQ|
|1998-99||BCHL||60||44||12||4||-||330||219||92||1st in Mainland||Lost in Semi-Finals|
|1998-99||BCHL||60||20||38||-||2||242||294||42||3rd in Mainlad||Lost in 1st Round|
|1999-00||BCHL||60||41||17||-||2||305||247||84||1st in Mainland||Lost in Semi-Finals|
|2000-01||BCHL||60||29||25||-||6||222||239||64||4th in Mainland||Lost in 1st Round|
|2001-02||BCHL||60||19||34||-||7||226||274||45||5th in Mainland||DNQ|
|2002-03||BCHL||60||34||22||-||1||225||231||72||2nd in Mainland||Lost in 1st Round|
|2003-04||BCHL||60||19||36||1||4||205||286||43||4th in Mainland||DNQ|
|2004-05||BCHL||60||12||42||1||5||169||277||30||4th in Mainland||DNQ|
|2005-06||BCHL||60||32||23||1||4||179||181||69||3rd in Mainland||Lost in Quarter-Finals|
|2006-07||BCHL||60||23||25||3||9||192||221||58||7th in Mainland||Lost in Preliminary|
|2007-08||BCHL||60||40||17||0||3||237||161||83||3rd BCHL||Lost in Semi-Finals|