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Lloydminster Blazers

Lloydminster Bobcats
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City Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
League Alberta Junior Hockey League
Division North
Founded 1982
Home arena Centennial Civic Centre
Colours

Black, orange, white

              
General manager Garry VanHereweghe
Head coach Garry VanHereweghe
Franchise history
1982–1988 Lloydminster Lancers (SJHL)
1988–2005 Lloydminster Blazers
2005–present Lloydminster Bobcats

The Lloydminster Bobcats are a Canadian ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. They play in the Lloydminster Centennial Civic Centre, capacity 3000, on the Saskatchewan side[1] of the biprovincial city of Lloydminster, which straddles that province's border with Alberta.

Founded: 1982–83
Division titles won: None
Regular season titles won: None
League Championships won: None
Doyle Cup Titles: None
Royal Bank Cup Titles: None

History

The Bobcats were preceded by the Lloydminster Blazers from 1988 to 2005 and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Lloydminster Lancers from 1982 until 1988.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T/OTL = Ties/Overtime losses, SOL = Shootout losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L T/OTL SOL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1982–83 64 16 45 3 - 260 395 35 8th SJHL Lost SJHL Quarterfinal to Weyburn Red Wings 4 games to none
1983–84 64 32 31 1 - 315 253 65 5th SJHL Won SJHL Quarterfinal over Moose Jaw Canucks 4 games to 1
Lost SJHL Semi-final to Yorkton Terriers 4 games to 1
1984–85 64 23 37 4 - 256 296 50 7th SJHL Lost SJHL Quarterfinal to Estevan Bruins 4 games to none
1985–86 60 33 26 1 - 318 230 67 3rd SJHL Lost SJHL Quarterfinal to Weyburn Red Wings 4 games to 3
1986–87 64 42 19 3 - 330 255 87 2nd SJHL Won SJHL Quarterfinal over Estevan Bruins 4 games to 1
Won SJHL Semi-final over Battlefords North Stars 4 games to none
Lost SJHL Final to Humboldt Broncos 4 games to none
1987–88 60 16 44 0 - 221 355 32 11th SJHL
1988–89 60 18 41 1 - 214 281 37 5th North Lost AJHL Quarterfinal to Fort Saskatchewan Traders 4 games to 2
1989–90 60 31 29 0 - 294 311 62 3rd North Won AJHL Quarterfinal over Fort Saskatchewan Traders 4 games to 3
Lost AJHL Semi-Final to Sherwood Park Crusaders 4 games to 3
1990–91 56 23 32 1 - 246 293 47 5th overall Won AJHL Quarterfinal over Olds Grizzlys 4 games to 3
Lost AJHL Semi-Final to Fort Saskatchewan Traders 4 games to 1
1991–92 60 27 28 - 5 275 297 59 6th overall Won AJHL Quarterfinal over Calgary Royals 4 games to 2
Lost AJHL Semi-Final to Fort McMurray Oil Barons 4 games to 3
1992–93 56 25 24 - 7 242 255 57 7th overall Lost AJHL Quarterfinal to Fort McMurray Oil Barons 5 games to none
1993–94 56 15 37 - 4 202 297 34 8th overall Lost AJHL Quarterfinal to Sherwood Park Crusaders 4 games to none
1994–95 56 20 32 - 4 197 267 44 8th overall Lost AJHL Quarterfinal to Olds Grizzlys 4 games to 1
1995–96 60 10 48 - 2 161 365 22 10th overall
1996–97 60 27 33 - 0 201 263 54 10th overall
1997–98 60 30 26 - 4 224 190 64 6th overall Lost AJHL Quarterfinal to Fort Saskatchewan Traders 4 games to none
1998–99 62 37 23 - 2 257 213 76 2nd North Won AJHL North Division Quarterfinal over Fort Saskatchewan Traders 4 games to 3
Lost AJHL North Division Semi-Final to St. Albert Saints 4 games to 3
1999–00 64 42 18 - 4 268 203 88 2nd North Won AJHL North Division Quarterfinal over Fort Saskatchewan Traders 4 games to none
Lost AJHL North Division Semi-Final to Fort McMurray Oil Barons 4 games to 1
2000–01 64 36 23 5 - 251 233 77 5th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Fort McMurray Oil Barons 3 games to 1
2001–02 64 26 33 5 - 218 268 57 6th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Sherwood Park Crusaders 3 games to none
2002–03 64 31 27 6 - 232 260 68 5th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to St. Albert Saints 4 games to 1
2003–04 60 24 34 2 - 176 222 50 7th North Won AJHL North Division Quarterfinal over St. Albert Saints 3 games to 1
Lost AJHL North Division Semi-Final to Grande Prairie Storm 4 games to 1
2004–05 64 17 40 7 - 156 246 41 7th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Spruce Grove Saints 3 games to none
2005–06 60 17 37 6 - 146 248 40 7th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Drayton Valley Thunder 3 games to none
2006–07 60 21 26 3 - 186 264 45 8th North
2007–08 62 28 29 5 - 189 208 61 6th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Spruce Grove Saints 3 games to none
2008–09 62 25 29 8 - 203 219 58 7th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Grande Prairie Storm 3 games to 1
2009–10 60 19 32 9 - 173 220 47 7th North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Grande Prairie Storm 3 games to 1
2010–11 60 32 24 4 - 157 162 68 5th North Won AJHL North Division Quarterfinal over Grande Prairie Storm 3 games to 2
Lost AJHL North Division Semi-Final to Spruce Grove Saints 4 games to none
2011–12 60 38 14 8 - 198 149 84 3rd North Lost AJHL North Division Quarterfinal to Drayton Valley Thunder 3 games to none

NHL alumni

The following former Blazers or Bobcats have gone on to play in the NHL:

See also

References

Alberta Junior Hockey League website
Lloydminster Bobcats website
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