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Dresden Jr. Kings

The Dresden Jr. Kings are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Dresden, Ontario. They play in the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association and Hockey Canada. The Kings won the Clarence Schmalz Cup in 1971 at Ontario Provincial Junior C Champions.

History


Founded in 1959, the Kings started out in the first Border Cities Junior "B" Hockey League. In the 1960s they spent some time in the Bluewater Junior "C" Hockey League after the first BCJHL folded. When the second BCJHL came around, they were back on board. In 1971, the league became the Great Lakes Junior Hockey League. They, with the Blenheim Blades have been with the league all along. The 1971 season saw the GLJHL play as both a Junior "B" and "C" league. The top 3 teams went on to the Ontario Hockey Association Junior "B" playoffs, while the 4th and 5th place teams played off for the league's first Junior "C" title and a birth into the Clarence Schmalz Cup playdowns. The Kings made quick work of the GLJHL playoffs and in the end, possibly aided by the regular season battles against the Petrolia Jets and the Windsor Royals, won the Clarence Schmalz Cup.

Season-by-season record

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1960-61 30 10 19 1 - 123 163 21 6th BCJBHL
1961-62 30 14 16 0 - 144 155 28 4th BCJBHL
1962-63 36 14 21 1 - 156 187 29 5th BCJBHL
1963-64 27 5 22 0 - 88 192 10 6th BCJBHL
1964-67 Statistics Not Available
1967-68 23 14 6 3 - 134 97 31 1st BWJHL
1968-69 30 17 12 1 - 153 159 35 5th BCJHL
1969-70 32 14 16 2 - 124 133 30 3rd BCJHL
1970-71 39 20 17 2 - 185 151 42 4th GLJHL "C" Champions, Won CSC
1971-72 36 15 14 7 - 172 154 37 4th GLJHL
1972-73 42 19 21 2 - 173 204 40 5th GLJHL
1973-74 43 11 28 4 - 173 303 26 9th GLJHL
1974-75 42 16 21 5 - 188 192 37 5th GLJHL
1975-76 41 27 14 0 - 242 167 55 2nd GLJHL
1976-77 42 21 18 3 - 211 197 45 4th GLJHL
1977-78 42 32 8 2 - 300 159 66 2nd GLJHL
1978-79 40 19 19 2 - 277 281 40 5th GLJHL Won League
1979-80 41 14 25 2 - 219 278 30 6th GLJHL
1980-81 41 21 16 4 - 221 195 46 4th GLJHL
1981-82 35 18 13 4 - 212 192 40 5th GLJHL
1982-83 35 15 18 2 - 194 181 32 6th GLJHL
1983-84 40 28 6 6 - 307 157 62 1st GLJHL Won League
1984-85 40 21 12 7 - 256 163 49 3rd GLJHL
1985-86 40 23 13 4 - 200 197 50 3rd GLJHL
1986-87 40 18 17 2 3 190 172 41 6th GLJHL
1987-88 38 14 17 5 2 153 168 35 7th GLJHL
1988-89 40 23 16 0 1 209 165 47 6th GLJHL
1989-90 40 14 17 6 3 193 194 37 8th GLJHL
1990-91 42 16 20 4 2 204 204 38 7th GLJHL
1991-92 42 15 24 1 2 174 203 33 9th GLJHL
1992-93 40 15 21 0 4 162 184 34 8th GLJHL
1993-94 42 25 12 3 2 203 147 55 2nd GLJHL
1994-95 41 16 20 4 1 144 174 37 7th GLJHL
1995-96 41 17 18 5 1 173 168 40 7th GLJHL
1996-97 41 5 31 4 1 121 221 15 11th GLJHL
1997-98 45 18 24 3 0 164 198 39 7th GLJHL
1998-99 40 9 28 2 1 128 216 21 9th GLJHL
1999-00 42 8 30 2 2 131 128 20 8th GLJHL
2000-01 39 17 21 0 1 142 157 35 6th GLJHL
2001-02 40 15 19 3 3 150 173 36 8th GLJHL
2002-03 40 14 24 2 0 140 161 30 7th GLJHL
2003-04 40 23 15 2 0 146 138 48 4th GLJHL Won League, Lost CSC Semi-final
2004-05 40 26 12 1 1 166 117 54 2nd GLJHL Lost Final
2005-06 40 25 11 2 2 206 124 54 3rd GLJHL Lost Semi-final
2006-07 40 19 17 2 2 168 142 42 4th GLJHL Lost Quarter-final
2007-08 40 8 28 2 2 100 195 20 9th GLJHL DNQ
2008-09 40 20 14 - 6 130 140 46 4th GLJHL Lost Final
2009-10 40 16 20 - 4 167 197 36 6th GLJHL Lost Semi-final
2010-11 40 9 26 - 5 119 177 23 9th GLJHL DNQ
2011-12 40 15 20 - 5 136 174 35 7th GLJHL Lost Semi-final
2012-13 40 21 17 - 2 136 140 44 4th GLJHL Lost Semi-final

2013-2014 Coaching Staff

  • Manager - Bill Nicholson
  • Assistant Manager - Gregg Tuckwell
  • Head Coach - Marc Swayze
  • Assistant Coach - Andrew France
  • Assistant Coach - Don Johnston
  • Trainer - Stu Fletcher
  • Equipment Manager - Scott Syrie

Clarence Schmalz Cup Appearances

1971: Dresden Jr. Kings defeated Bowmanville Eagles 4-games-to-3

Notable alumni

External links

  • Kings Webpage


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