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Whitby Lawmen
125pg
CityWhitby, Ontario
LeagueOntario Provincial Junior A Hockey League
Operated1984 (1984)-1985
Home arenaIroquois Park Arena
ColoursRed, Blue, and White

The Whitby Lawmen are a defunct Junior "A" ice hockey team from Whitby, Ontario, Canada. They were a part of the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League.

History

The Whitby Lawmen joined the OPJHL during its end-times Ontario Hockey Association Junior "A" Hockey League era. After a rocky first season and with the league coming into some turmoil, the Lawmen chose to take a one-year leave from the league. In 1986-87, the team took a look at the situation that the OJHL was in and decided it would be better to fold. At the end of that season, the OJHL folded as well.

Season-by-season results

Season GP W L T P GF GA Results Playoffs
1984–85 48 8 38 2 18 181 374 8th OJHL Did not qualify

Playoffs

  • 1985 DNQ

External links

References

  • David Walton (1 September 2003). Hockey Register. Andrews McMeel Pub. ISBN 978-0-89204-711-6.


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