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New Hamburg Firebirds

New Hamburg Firebirds
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City New Hamburg, Ontario
League Midwestern Junior C Hockey League
Founded 1953
Home arena Wilmot Township Arena
Colours Red, Yellow, Blue, and White
General manager Joe Scherer
Head coach Shane Gerber
Parent club(s) Waterloo Siskins, and Ayr Centennials

Website
www.firebirds.ca
Franchise history
1953-1960 New Hamburg CL Roth's[1]
1960-1983 New Hamburg Hahns[2]
1983-1997 New Hamburg Spirit 83's[3]
1997-resent New Hamburg Firebirds[4]

The New Hamburg Firebirds are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada. They are members of the Midwestern Junior C Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association.

History

The Hahns started out in the Interbrew Junior "C" Hockey League,[5] and later joined the Central Junior C Hockey League.[6] They made the jump up to the Midwestern Junior B Hockey League in 1977 and stayed there until 1982[7] when they returned to Junior "C" in the NJCHL.

While in the Central Jr. C league (now known as the Western Jr. C league), the Hahns won two Clarence Schmalz Cups as All-Ontario champions - 1963 and 1967.[8]

After some uncertainty in the Summer of 2013, the Firebirds ended up in the new Midwestern Junior C Hockey League.

Season-by-Season Standings

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1962-63 Statistics Not Available Won League, Won CSC
1963-64 29 15 14 0 - 141 122 30 3rd CJCHL
1964-65 31 21 8 2 - 170 128 44 2nd CJCHL
1965-66 31 26 5 0 - 194 112 52 2nd CJCHL Won League
1966-67 24 15 6 3 - 127 86 33 1st WJCHL Won League, Won CSC
1967-68 Statistics Not Available
1968-69 30 23 3 4 - 157 58 50 1st WJCHL Won League
1969-70 Statistics Not Available
1970-71 32 27 3 2 - -- -- 56 1st CJCHL
1971-72 Statistics Not Available
1972-73 31 21 9 1 - -- -- 43 2nd CJCHL
1973-74 32 22 6 4 - 182 109 48 2nd CJCHL
1974-75 30 20 9 1 - 211 127 41 1st CJCHL II
1975-76 35 26 8 1 - 253 157 53 1st CJCHL II
1976-77 36 24 8 4 - 258 128 52 3rd CJCHL
1977-78 40 8 29 3 - 163 267 19 6th MWJBHL DNQ
1978-79 42 17 21 4 - 206 199 38 4th MWJBHL Lost Semi-final
1979-80 42 15 23 4 - 189 234 34 5th MWJBHL Lost Quarter-final
1980-81 42 15 24 3 - 183 220 33 6th MWJBHL Lost Quarter-final
1981-82 42 9 32 1 - 167 279 19 7th MWJBHL DNQ
1982-83 36 9 21 6 - -- -- 24 5th NJC-W
1983-84 30 18 9 3 - -- -- 39 3rd NJC-W
1984-85 32 17 12 3 - 180 135 37 3rd SWJCHL
1985-86 36 25 7 4 - -- -- 54 1st NJC-W
1986-87 34 18 10 6 - -- -- 42 2nd NJC-W
1987-88 36 20 14 2 - -- -- 42 3rd NJC-W
1988-89 35 22 8 5 - -- -- 49 2nd NJC-W
1989-90 36 20 8 8 - -- -- 48 3rd NJC-W
1990-91 34 21 10 3 - -- -- 45 2nd NJC-W
1991-92 33 20 10 3 - 175 129 43 2nd NJC-W
1992-93 36 11 23 2 - 167 217 24 7th NJC-W
1993-94 36 9 25 2 - 151 252 20 7th NJC-W
1994-95 36 14 18 4 - 163 169 32 5th NJC-W
1995-96 40 10 26 4 - 148 210 24 5th NJC-W
1996-97 40 11 27 1 1 150 196 24 5th NJC-W DNQ
1997-98 39 16 22 1 0 173 186 33 5th NJC-W DNQ
1998-99 35 19 16 - 0 -- -- 38 3rd NJC-W
1999-00 36 27 8 - 1 -- -- 55 1st NJC-W
2000-01 36 17 17 1 1 -- -- 36 3rd NJC-W
2001-02 36 11 21 2 2 -- -- 26 4th NJC-W
2002-03 36 8 21 3 4 102 158 23 10th NJCHL
2003-04 36 20 12 2 2 163 142 44 5th NJCHL
2004-05 36 13 18 2 3 145 163 31 9th NJCHL
2005-06 36 6 25 3 2 91 162 17 12th NJCHL DNQ
2006-07 36 10 25 0 1 123 189 21 10th NJCHL DNQ
2007-08 36 21 15 0 0 138 136 42 6th NJCHL
2008-09 36 16 18 - 2 114 118 34 9th NJCHL
2009-10 36 15 19 - 2 125 155 32 9th NJCHL Lost Quarter-final
2010-11 36 24 10 - 2 157 113 50 3rd NJCHL
2011-12 36 27 6 - 3 172 106 57 2nd NJCHL Lost Final
2012-13 38 32 4 - 2 221 93 66 1st NJC-W

Notable alumni

External links

  • New Hamburg Firebirds official website
  • OHA Homepage

References


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