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Newmarket Saints

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Newmarket Saints
Newmarket Saints.gif
CityNewmarket, Ontario
LeagueAmerican Hockey League
ConferenceWestern Conference
DivisionNorth Division
Operated1986–1991
Home arenaRay Twinney Complex
ColorsBlue and White
Owner(s)Maple Leaf Gardens Limited
General managerGord Stellick
Head coachPaul Gardner (1986–1990)
Frank Anzalone (1990–91)
AffiliatesToronto Maple Leafs
Franchise history
1978–1982New Brunswick Hawks
1982–1986St. Catharines Saints
1986–1991Newmarket Saints
1991–2005St. John's Maple Leafs
2005–presentToronto Marlies

The Newmarket Saints were a minor league hockey team in Newmarket, Ontario. It played in the American Hockey League from 1986 to 1991 as the farm team of the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Ray Twinney Complex.

After the 1985–86 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs moved their top affiliate from St. Catharines to the Ray Twinney Complex, a recently built arena in Newmarket, north of Toronto.

However, the Ray Twinney Complex was nowhere near adequate for an AHL team, and Newmarket itself was too small at the time for the team to be viable. These factors, combined with the team being barely competitive (only one winning season), led the Leafs to move the Saints to St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador for the 1991–92 season where they became the St. John's Maple Leafs. The void in Newmarket would be filled by the Newmarket Royals, of the OHL.

The franchise was replaced by:

Alumni

Former players include:

Season-by-season results

Regular season

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1982–83 80 33 41 6 72 335 368 6th, South
1983–84 80 43 31 6 92 364 346 3rd, South
1984–85 80 24 50 6 54 272 391 7th, South
1985–86 80 38 37 5 81 304 308 3rd, South
1986–87 80 28 48 4 60 226 337 7th, South
1987–88 80 33 33 8 6 80 282 328 6th, South
1988–89 80 38 36 6 82 339 334 4th, South
1989–90 80 31 33 16 78 305 318 5th, South
1990–91 80 26 45 9 61 278 317 8th, South

Playoffs

Season 1st round 2nd round Finals
1982–83 Out of Playoffs
1983–84 L, 3–4, Rochester
1984–85 Out of Playoffs
1985–86 W, 4–2, Binghamton L, 3–4, Hershey
1986–87 Out of Playoffs
1987–88 Out of Playoffs
1988–89 L, 1–4, Adirondack
1989–90 Out of Playoffs
1990–91 Out of Playoffs

Team records

Single Season

Goals: Marty Dallman 50
Assists: Daniel Reame 63
Points: Daniel Reame 110
Penalty Minutes: Tie Domi 187
GAA: Allan Bester 2.87
SV%: Serafin Fernandez .927

Career

Career Goals:
Career Assists:
Career Points:
Career Penalty Minutes:
Career Goaltending Wins:
Career Shutouts:
Career Games:

See also

This page was last edited on 6 December 2020, at 14:58
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