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Oro-Medonte 77's

Oro-Medonte 77's
City Guthrie, Ontario, Canada
League Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League
Operated 2008-2011
Home arena Oro-Medonte Community Centre
Colors Red, Black, and White
General manager Jeff Stack
Head coach Kirby Tokarski

The Oro-Medonte 77's were a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based out of Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada. Their arena was in the community of Guthrie, Ontario. They played in the Greater Metro Junior 'A' Hockey League.


In April 2008, it was announced that Oro-Medonte had received its first junior hockey club since 1992. In May it was announced that the club would be known as the Oro-Medonte 77's. The name pays homage to Oro's long hockey history, and the team's predecessor the Oro 77's who participated in the Georgian Bay Junior C Hockey League from 1977 until 1992. [1]

On September 15, 2008, the Oro-Medonte 77's played their first ever GMHL game, on the road, in Richmond Hill against the Ontario Lightning Rams. Oro emerged victorious, winning 8-6.

After three seasons in the GMHL, in the Summer of 2011, the 77's ceased operation.

Season-by-Season Standings

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results
2008-09 43 22 15 - 6 205 165 50 8th GMJHL
2009-10 42 11 25 - 6 145 272 28 10th GMHL
2010-11 42 14 22 - 6 171 223 34 9th GMJHL
3 Seasons 127 47 62 - 18 521 660 -- 0.441


  • 2009 Lost division quarter-final
Nipissing Alouettes defeated Oro-Medonte 77's 3-games-to-none in division quarter-final
  • 2010 Lost last minute qualifier
Toronto Canada Moose defeated Oro-Medonte 77's 6-4 in last minute qualifier
  • 2011 Lost quarter-final
Oro-Medonte 77's defeated Algoma Avalanche 2-games-to-none in qualifier
South Muskoka Shield defeated Oro-Medonte 77's 3-games-to-none in quarter-final

External links

  • Oro-Medonte 77's Webpage

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