|St Boniface Riels|
|City||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada|
|League||Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Southdale Community Centre|
|Colours||Gold, Black, White|
|General manager||Jason Frykas|
|Head coach||Ryan Frykas|
The St Boniface Riels are a junior ice hockey team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Founded in 1971, they are part of the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League (MMJHL).
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1971-72||30||22||6||2||-||208||123||46||1st MMJHL||League champion|
|1972-73||35||24||7||4||-||234||157||52||1st MMJHL||League champion|
|1984-85||40||32||7||1||-||277||160||65||1st MMJHL||League champion|
|1985-86||42||29||10||3||-||270||204||61||1st MMJHL||League champion|
|2007-08||45||20||22||1||2||191||207||43||7th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinal|
|2008-09||45||25||18||-||2||195||159||52||5th MMJHL||Lost semifinal|
|2009-10||45||22||21||-||2||160||162||46||5th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinal|
|2010-11||45||16||26||-||3||140||184||35||8th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinal|
|2011-12||40||10||26||-||4||118||182||24||8th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinal|
|2012-13||45||23||21||-||1||154||144||47||7th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinal|
|2013-14||45||37||6||-||2||239||144||76||1st MMJHL||Lost final (Raiders)|
|2014-15||45||29||11||-||5||203||143||63||2nd MMJHL||Won quarterfinals, 4-0 (Railer Express)|
Won semifinals, 4-2 (Hawks)
Won final, 4-0 (Raiders)
|2015-16||45||20||20||-||5||152||170||45||7th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinals, 2-4 (Hawks)|
|2016-17||45||21||18||-||5||168||177||47||8th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinals, 0-4 (Hawks)|
|2017-18||45||19||22||-||4||146||163||42||8th MMJHL||Lost quarterfinals, 0-4 (Raiders)|
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