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Kelowna Buckaroos

Kelowna Buckaroos
City Kelowna, British Columbia
League British Columbia Hockey League
Operated 1961–1988
Home Arena Kelowna Memorial Arena
Colours Red, Black, and White

The Kelowna Buckaroos were a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. They were a part of the British Columbia Hockey League.

Kelowna Buckaroos 1961 - 1983
Summerland Buckaroos 1983 - 1988

History

The Kelowna Buckaroos are one of the original four of the British Columbia Hockey League. They won two league titles, a British Columbia title (the Mowat Cup), and a Doyle Cup as Alberta/BC Champions. In 1983, the Buckaroos moved to Summerland, British Columbia. Their season-to-season success dwindled in Summerland as they were replaced in Kelowna by the Kelowna Packers in 1985. The Buckaroos played their final game in 1988 after four straight losing records.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
Season GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1961-62 28 17 10 1 - 148 109 35 2nd OMJHL Lost Final
1962-63 32 26 3 3 - 243 100 55 1st OMJHL Lost Final
1963-64 35 17 16 2 - 165 171 36 2nd OJHL Lost Final
1964-65 30 14 11 5 - 137 99 33 2nd OJHL Won League
1965-66 30 24 6 0 - 180 87 48 1st OJHL Lost Final
1966-67 40 26 14 0 - - - 52 2nd OJHL Lost Final
1967-68 40 14 20 6 - 180 179 34 4th BCJHL Lost Semi-final
1968-69 40 18 14 8 - 182 173 44 4th BCJHL Lost Semi-final
1969-70 48 17 29 2 - 200 260 36 6th BCJHL DNQ
1970-71 60 8 50 2 - 178 364 18 4th BCJHL Interior Lost Quarter-final
1971-72 60 21 30 9 - - - 51 5th BCJHL DNQ
1972-73 62 34 27 1 - 347 310 69 3rd BCJHL Interior Lost Quarter-final
1973-74 64 44 18 2 - 375 235 90 1st BCJHL Interior Won League, Won Mowat Cup, Won Doyle Cup
1974-75 66 46 20 0 - 458 297 92 1st BCJHL Interior Lost Final
1975-76 66 37 28 1 - 348 307 75 3rd BCJHL Lost Quarter-final
1976-77 68 49 18 1 - 451 300 99 1st BCJHL Interior Lost Semi-final
1977-78 66 40 26 0 - 355 290 80 3rd BCJHL Interior Lost Quarter-final
1978-79 62 28 32 2 - 265 323 58 4th BCJHL Interior Lost Quarter-final
1979-80 60 25 33 2 - 335 327 52 3rd BCJHL Interior Lost Semi-final
1980-81 56 36 20 0 - 390 261 72 1st BCJHL Interior Lost Semi-final
1981-82 48 33 14 1 - 287 208 67 2nd BCJHL Interior Lost Semi-final
1982-83 56 35 19 2 - 338 218 72 1st BCJHL Interior Lost Final
1983-84 60 31 29 0 - 328 304 62 3rd BCJHL Interior Lost Semi-final
1984-85 52 24 28 0 - 289 324 48 4th BCJHL Interior Lost Quarter-final
1985-86 52 19 30 3 - 311 379 41 5th BCJHL Interior Lost Semi-final
1986-87 52 5 45 2 - 169 440 12 5th BCJHL Interior DNQ
1987-88 51 6 44 1 - 191 474 13 6th BCJHL Interior DNQ

See also


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