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Chilliwack Chiefs (1990–2006)

Chilliwack Chiefs
City Chilliwack, British Columbia
League British Columbia Hockey League
Conference Coastal
Founded 1990
Home arena Prospera Centre
Colours Yellow, Black,White
              
Franchise history
1979–1990 Richmond Sockeyes
1990–2006 Chilliwack Chiefs
2006–2011 Langley Chiefs
2011–present Langley Rivermen

The Chilliwack Chiefs were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. They were a part of the British Columbia Hockey League and played in the Mainland Division/Coastal Conference. Following the expansion of the Western Hockey League into Chilliwack with the Chilliwack Bruins, the Chiefs moved to Langley, British Columbia, where they became the Langley Chiefs.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
Season League GP W L T OTL GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1990-91 BCJHL 60 39 18 3 - 361 323 81 1st in Interior Lost in Semi-Finals
1991-92 BCJHL 60 38 19 3 - 305 259 79 2nd in Interior Lost in Semi-Finals
1992-93 BCJHL 60 20 38 2 - 250 392 42 5th in Interior DNQ
1993-94 BCJHL 60 28 28 4 - 339 332 60 4th in Interior Lost in Quarter-Finals
1994-95 BCJHL 60 39 18 3 - 295 229 81 1st in Mainland Won League, Mowat Cup
1995-96 BCJHL 60 44 12 4 - 330 219 92 1st in Mainland Lost in Semi-Finals
1996-97 BCHL 60 32 27 1 - 245 265 65 5th in Coastal Lost in Quarter-Finals
1997-98 BCHL 60 33 25 2 - 248 250 68 2nd in Coastal Lost in Semi-Finals
1998-99 BCHL 60 35 20 OTW 3 2 354 272 78 2nd in Mainland Lost in Finals
1999-00 BCHL 60 35 20 - 5 307 251 75 2nd in Mainland Won League, Mowat Cup
2000-01 BCHL 60 34 22 - 4 274 249 72 2nd in Mainland Lost in Quarter-Finals
2001-02 BCHL 60 46 10 - 4 341 212 96 1st in Mainland Won League, Mowat Cup, Doyle Cup, Lost Semi-Final of Royal Bank Cup
2002-03 BCHL 60 36 17 1 6 251 192 79 1st in Mainland Lost in Finals
2003-04 BCHL 60 36 20 0 4 259 243 76 2nd in Mainland Lost in Semi-Finals
2004-05 BCHL 60 37 21 0 2 231 187 76 2nd in Mainland Lost in Semi-Finals
2005-06 BCHL 60 36 16 3 5 243 192 80 1st in Mainland Lost in Semi-Finals

See also

External links

  • Chilliwack Chiefs Website
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