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|Weyburn Red Wings|
|Home arena||Crescent Point Place|
|Colours||Red and white|
|General manager||Rich Pilon (2019-Present)|
|Head coach||Rich Pilon (2019-Present)|
The Weyburn Red Wings are a Canadian junior ice hockey team based in Weyburn, Saskatchewan playing in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL). They play their home games at the Crescent Point Place, which has a seating capacity of 1,750. The team colours are red and white. Radio station CHWY-FM K106 broadcasts all Red Wings road games, and select home games. All home games are webcast on HockeyTV.
The team began play in 1961, in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, and was named after the NHL's Detroit Red Wings. The team was one of the founding members of the Western Hockey League in 1966, but left in 1968 to return to the SJHL. Increasing travel costs of playing in the Western Hockey League was the main reason for moving back to the SJHL.
The team is the most successful in the league in terms of league championships won. They have won 8 SJHL championships in their history. They won it in 1970, 1971, 1984, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, and 2001.
The Red Wings won the Abbott Cup in 1970, making them the Junior "A" Champion for Western Canada and earning a playoff against the George Richardson Memorial Trophy winning Eastern Champion for the Memorial Cup. The Red Wings lost the Memorial Cup competition against the Montreal Junior Canadiens.
The team won the Royal Bank Cup, representative of national Canadian Junior A Hockey League supremacy, in 2005. They won the Cup on home ice, defeating the Camrose Kodiaks 3–2 in front of 2,152 fans in the championship game. They also won the trophy in 1984, defeating the Orillia Travelways 3–0 in the seventh game in front of 2,375 fans at the Weyburn Colosseum.
|1962–63||54||28||20||6||-||195||169||62||3rd SJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|1963–64||62||26||27||9||-||242||261||61||4th SJHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|1964–65||56||36||17||3||-||286||206||75||2nd SJHL||Lost Final|
|1965–66||60||38||16||6||-||300||183||82||2nd SJHL||Lost Final|
|1966–67||56||16||30||10||-||214||269||42||6th WCJHL||Lost 1st Round|
|1969–70||36||25||8||3||-||181||125||53||1st SJHL||Won League|
|1970–71||36||30||6||0||-||278||117||60||1st SJHL||Won League|
|1973–74||50||31||18||1||-||212||146||63||3rd SJHL South|
|1974–75||58||39||17||2||-||286||184||80||3rd SJHL South|
|1975–76||58||42||15||1||-||296||190||85||1st SJHL South|
|1977–78||60||29||29||2||-||267||299||60||4th SJHL South|
|1978–79||60||28||30||2||-||239||283||58||4th SJHL South|
|1979–80||60||24||33||3||-||279||324||51||5th SJHL South||Lost 1st Round|
|1980–81||60||27||31||2||-||296||298||56||4th SJHL South|
|1981–82||60||25||33||2||-||222||261||54||3rd SJHL South||Lost Semi-final|
|1982–83||64||53||9||2||-||385||184||108||1st SJHL||Lost Final|
|1983–84||64||40||23||1||-||308||266||81||2nd SJHL||Won League, Won AC, Won CC|
|1984–85||64||45||14||5||-||328||216||95||1st SJHL||Lost Final|
|1986–87||64||25||38||1||-||258||288||51||7th SJHL||Lost 1st Round|
|1988–89||64||22||26||4||-||292||372||46||6th SJHL South|
|1989–90||68||43||18||7||-||360||271||93||1st SJHL South||Lost Quarter-final|
|1990–91||68||39||27||2||-||329||269||80||3rd SJHL South||Lost Semi-final|
|1991–92||64||38||20||6||-||305||273||82||2nd SJHL South||Lost Quarter-final|
|1992–93||64||26||30||8||-||277||284||60||4th SJHL South||Lost Quarter-final|
|1993–94||68||42||16||10||-||317||223||94||1st SJHL||Won League, Won AC|
|1994–95||64||33||26||5||-||302||249||71||3rd SJHL South||Won League|
|1995–96||64||25||29||10||-||256||257||60||4th SJHL South||Lost 1st Round|
|1996–97||64||45||13||6||-||336||199||96||1st SJHL||Won League, Won AC|
|1997–98||64||31||24||9||-||277||218||71||2nd SJHL South||Won League, Won AC|
|1998–99||66||27||36||3||-||220||253||57||6th SJHL South||DNQ|
|1999–00||60||34||21||5||-||247||209||73||2nd SJHL South||Lost Final|
|2000–01||62||41||17||2||2||274||185||86||1st SJHL Sherwood||Won League, Won AC|
|2001–02||64||23||30||5||6||222||255||57||4th SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2002–03||60||29||25||4||2||209||215||64||3rd SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2003–04||60||34||19||5||2||228||185||75||2nd SJHL Sherwood||Lost Final|
|2004–05||55||18||27||8||2||142||166||46||5th SJHL Sherwood||Lost 1st Round, Won RBC as host|
|2005–06||55||25||23||4||3||144||146||57||4th SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2006–07||58||24||26||0||8||173||200||56||5th SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2007–08||58||36||14||-||8||196||164||80||1st SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2008-09||56||38||16||-||2||222||180||78||1st SJHL Sherwood||Lost Sherwood Final|
|2009-10||58||39||13||-||6||193||152||84||1st SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2010-11||58||30||24||-||4||193||191||64||3rd SJHL Sherwood||Lost Quarter-final|
|2011-12||58||37||19||-||2||222||180||76||1st SJHL Sherwood||Lost League Final|
|2012-13||54||16||35||-||3||149||213||35||6th SJHL Sherwood||DNQ|
|2013-14||56||21||28||-||7||152||176||49||4th SJHL Viterra||DNQ|
|2014-15||56||21||24||7||4||145||169||53||2nd of 4 Viterra|
9th of 12 SJHL
|Won Wild Card, 2-3 (Broncos)|
Lost Quarter-finals, 1-4 (Mustangs)
|2015-16||58||35||14||5||4||182||139||79||1st of 4 Viterra|
3rd of 12 SJHL
|Lost Quarter Finals, 1-4 (Bombers)|
|2016-17||58||25||26||3||4||171||177||57||3rd of 4 Viterra|
8th of 12 SJHL
|Won Wildcard, 3-0 (Klippers)|
Lost Quarters, 0-4 (North Stars)
|2017-18||58||29||23||5||1||183||183||64||2nd of 4 Viterra|
7th of 12 SJHL
|Won Play In Rd 2-1 (Millionaires)|
Lost Quarters 0-4 (North Stars)
North York Rangers
| Centennial Cup Champions|
| Royal Bank Cup Champions|
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