|Dundas Real McCoys|
|League||Niagara Int. "A" 1964–1979|
Georgian Bay Int. "A" 1979–1980
OHA Senior "A" 1980–1987
|Home arena||J.L. Grightmire Arena|
|Colours||Red, Black, and White|
|General manager||Don Robertson|
|Head coach||Don Robertson|
|1985-1988 & 2000-Present||Dundas Real McCoys|
The Dundas Real McCoys are a Canadian senior ice hockey team based in Dundas, Ontario. They play in the Ontario Hockey Association's Major League Hockey.
The Real McCoys have won two National Championships, winning the 1986 Hardy Cup as Canadian Senior "AA" Champions and hosting and winning the 2014 Allan Cup as Canadian Senior "AAA" Champions.
The Real McCoys were once members of the Major Intermediate A Hockey League as the Dundas Merchants, and as the Dundas-Hamilton Tigers.[ citation needed ] The Tigers won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in 1985 as the league's playoffs champions.
In 1986, the Real McCoys were the last Ontario Hockey Association team to win the Hardy Cup as National Senior "AA"/Intermediate "A" Champions. Only two OHA teams ever won this award, the other was the Georgetown Raiders.[ citation needed ] The Real McCoys played one year independent after the OHA Sr. League folded in 1987. After faltering in the first round of the national playoffs in 1988, the McCoys folded.[ citation needed ]
In 2000, the Real McCoys were resurrected in Major League Hockey and have played there ever since.[ citation needed ] The Real McCoys won the J. Ross Robertson Cup as playoffs champions in 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1979-80||36||24||12||0||-||229||161||48||1st GBIAHL||Won League|
|1980-81||35||20||14||1||-||194||174||41||3rd OHA Sr. A|
|1981-82||34||13||21||0||-||201||205||26||5th OHA Sr. A|
|1982-83||37||16||20||1||-||186||214||33||3rd OHA Sr. A|
|1984-85||40||22||17||1||-||224||193||45||OHA Sr. A||Won League|
|1985-86||36||20||15||1||-||158||163||41||4th OHA Sr. A||Lost Final|
|1986-87||35||15||19||1||-||160||154||33||2nd OHA Sr. A||Lost Final|
|1987-00||Did Not Participate|
|2000-01||30||23||7||0||0||--||--||46||4th OHA Sr. A|
|2001-02||32||26||6||0||0||269||109||52||2nd OHA Sr. A||Won League|
|2002-03||32||19||9||2||2||167||118||42||2nd MLH||Won League|
|2004-05||34||20||12||0||2||198||167||42||2nd MLH||Lost Final|
|2005-06||30||15||12||0||3||147||148||33||3rd MLH||Won League|
|2007-08||30||21||7||-||2||148||120||44||1st MLH||Won League|
|2008-09||28||19||7||-||2||161||120||40||1st MLH||Won League|
|2009-10||24||19||3||-||2||149||88||40||1st MLH||Won League|
|2010-11||24||11||9||-||4||122||119||26||3rd MLH||Won League|
|2011-12||28||15||6||-||7||179||142||37||2nd ACH||Won League|
|2012-13||24||13||11||-||0||122||119||26||3rd ACH||won league|
|2013-14||24||18||4||-||2||136||78||38||1st ACH||Lost Final, Won Allan Cup|
|2014-15||24||10||13||-||1||101||139||21||4th ACH||Won league|
|2015-16||24||7||16||-||1||93||141||19||6th ACH||Lost semi-final|
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