St. Boniface Riels

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St Boniface Riels
City Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
League Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League
Founded1971
Home arenaSouthdale Community Centre
ColoursGold, Black, White
General managerJason Frykas
Head coachRyan 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).

Contents

Season-by-season record

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W ' L T OTLGF GA PointsFinishPlayoffs
1971-72302262-208123461st MMJHLLeague champion
1972-73352474-234157521st MMJHLLeague champion
1973-743516163-168162354th MMJHL
1974-753718127-228180433rd MMJHL
1975-76362277-214154511st MMJHL
1976-774212228-201275325th MMJHL
1977-784214226-211252345th MMJHL
1978-794223136-239162524th MMJHL
1979-804112281-174257257th MMJHL
1980-814221210-227235424th MMJHL
1981-824128130-228164561st MMJHL
1982-834219221-225212397th MMJHL
1983-844021163-224210453rd MMJHL
1984-85403271-277160651st MMJHLLeague champion
1985-864229103-270204611st MMJHLLeague champion
1986-874219221-264257396th MMJHL
1987-884217223-237280374th MMJHL
1988-89426351-163300138th MMJHL
1989-904212382-207330267th MMJHL
1990-91425361-192404118th MMJHL
1991-92426360-178319127th MMJHL
1992-934210320-188343207th MMJHL
1993-944220220-211274405th MMJHL
1994-95427341-140257158th MMJHL
1995-964210311-178253218th MMJHL
1996-974215270-176252306th MMJHL
1997-984218204-186192404th MMJHL
1998-9942212010197201435th MMJHL
1999-004253700116257108th MMJHL
2000-0142201930169169434th MMJHL
2001-0245202212191211437th MMJHL
2002-0345192204189217426th MMJHL
2003-0445172323162231397th MMJHL
2004-054593204176304229th MMJHLDNQ
2005-0645539011323451110th MMJHLDNQ
2006-0745636211473051510th MMJHLDNQ
2007-0845202212191207437th MMJHLLost quarterfinal
2008-09452518-2195159525th MMJHLLost semifinal
2009-10452221-2160162465th MMJHLLost quarterfinal
2010-11451626-3140184358th MMJHLLost quarterfinal
2011-12401026-4118182248th MMJHLLost quarterfinal
2012-13452321-1154144477th MMJHLLost quarterfinal
2013-1445376-2239144761st MMJHLLost final (Raiders)
2014-15452911-5203143632nd MMJHLWon quarterfinals, 4-0 (Railer Express)
Won semifinals, 4-2 (Hawks)
Won final, 4-0 (Raiders)
2015-16452020-5152170457th MMJHLLost quarterfinals, 2-4 (Hawks)
2016-17452118-5168177478th MMJHLLost quarterfinals, 0-4 (Hawks)
2017-18451922-4146163428th MMJHLLost quarterfinals, 0-4 (Raiders)
2018-19451130-4125203269th MMJHLDNQ
2019-20451327-5147207319th MMJHLDNQ

League championships

Jack Mackenzie Trophy (playoffs)

Art Moug Trophy (regular season)

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