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Encyclopedia > Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
City: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
League: Ontario Hockey League
Conference: Western
Division: West
Founded: 1962 (NOHA Jr. A)
1972 (OHA)
Home Arena: Steelback Centre
Colours: Red, White, Silver and Black
Head Coach: Craig Hartsburg
General Manager: Dave Torrie
Affiliate(s): Soo Thunderbirds

The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds name has been used by several ice hockey teams based in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario since 1919. The current "Soo Greyhounds" team of the Ontario Hockey League, were founded in 1962 as a team in the Northern Ontario Hockey Association. The Greyhounds play home games at the Steelback Centre. Image File history File links Logo of the Sault Ste. ... Nickname: The Soo Motto: Naturally Gifted Coordinates: Country Canada Province Ontario District Algoma District Incorporated 1887 (town), 1912 (city) City Mayor John Rowswell Governing body The Corporation of the City of Sault Sainte Marie MPs Tony Martin MPPs David Orazietti Area    - City 715 km²  (276 sq mi) Elevation 192 m... A typical OHL hockey game. ... 1962 (MCMLXII) was a common year starting on Monday (the link is to a full 1962 calendar). ... 1972 (MCMLXXII) was a leap year starting on Saturday. ... The Steelback Centre is a sports and entertainment centre in Sault Ste. ... Red may be any of a number of similar colours at the lowest frequencies of light discernible by the human eye. ... White rose. ... General Name, Symbol, Number silver, Ag, 47 Chemical series transition metals Group, Period, Block 11, 5, d Appearance lustrous white metal Atomic mass 107. ... Unlucky black cat. ... Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ... City: Sault Ste. ... Ice hockey, known simply as hockey in areas where it is more common than field hockey, is a team sport played on ice. ... Nickname: The Soo Motto: Naturally Gifted Coordinates: Country Canada Province Ontario District Algoma District Incorporated 1887 (town), 1912 (city) City Mayor John Rowswell Governing body The Corporation of the City of Sault Sainte Marie MPs Tony Martin MPPs David Orazietti Area    - City 715 km²  (276 sq mi) Elevation 192 m... A typical OHL hockey game. ... Northern Ontario Junior A The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League is a Tier II Junior A ice hockey league under the supervision of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and Hockey Canada. ... The Steelback Centre is a sports and entertainment centre in Sault Ste. ...

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Early years

The first Greyhounds team formed in 1919, playing in the now defunct Upper-Peninsula League. The team's coach was George MacNamara. He suggested the team be called the Greyhounds since, "a greyhound is much faster than a wolf." That reference was to the already established rival club, the Sudbury Wolves.[1]


A couple seasons later, the Greyhounds switched to the Northern Ontario Hockey Association Senior "A" division. The team won the Senior A championship in 1921, 1923, 1924 and 1925. The 1924 Greyhounds also won the Allan Cup, the only team from Sault Ste. Marie to do so. NOHA Emblem The Northern Ontario Hockey Association is minor and junior level ice hockey governing body. ... The Allan Cup is the trophy awarded to the national senior (21 and over) amateur men’s hockey champions of Canada. ...


The senior Greyhounds folded and 1927, and were replaced the following season by a junior team of the same name, competing in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The juniors won the league championship four consecutive years from 1928 to 1931, and a fifth title in 1942. Junior hockey in Sault Ste. Marie came to an abrupt end in 1945 when the Gouin Street Arena was destroyed by fire. Northern Ontario Junior A The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League is a Tier II Junior A ice hockey league under the supervision of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and Hockey Canada. ... Gouin Street Arena is the predecessor to the Sault Memorial Gardens, Sault Ste. ...


The senior Greyhounds team was revived in 1948. The new team played out of a temporary home at Pullar Stadium until the Memorial Gardens opened in 1949. The senior Greyhounds won the NOHA championship four times in 1950, 1951, 1952 and 1955. This team folded, along with the league after the 1958-59 season.


Modern Era

The current Greyhounds Junior A franchise was founded in 1962 as a member of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The team's founders were Angelo Bumbacco, Lloyd Prokop, Phil Suraci, Pat Esposito and Dr. Bill Kelly. The Greyhounds played for ten seasons in the NOJHL. They were extremely successful, never having a losing season, and winning the league championship three times. In 1972, the Greyhounds entered the Ontario Hockey Association as a Major Junior A expansion team. The original directors were joined by Frank Caputo and Frank Sarlo. Northern Ontario Junior A The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League is a Tier II Junior A ice hockey league under the supervision of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and Hockey Canada. ... A typical OHL hockey game. ...


Wayne Gretzky, 1977-78

In 1977, the Sault Ste.Marie Greyhounds picked a 16 year old Wayne Gretzky, standing at 5'8" and weighing 155 pounds, with the third pick in the Ontario Midget Draft. He was still small in stature, but would have a big impact on the game. The 1977-78 OMJHL season was the 4th season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... Wayne Douglas Gretzky, OC (born January 26, 1961) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently part-owner and head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. ...


Gretzky requested to wear # 9 for his idol Gordie Howe, but that number was already taken by linemate Brian Gualazzi. Gretzky then chose # 19 instead. After a few games, coach Muzz MacPherson suggested wearing two nines would be better than one. From that season on, Gretzky has always worn the legendary # 99.[2] Gordon Gordie Howe, OC (born March 31, 1928 in Floral, Saskatchewan) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player who played for the Detroit Red Wings and Hartford Whalers. ...


In 63 games that year, he set the Greyhounds all-time record, scoring 70 goals and had 112 assists for a total of 182 points. Gretzky would have won the scoring title, except for a 192 point season by Bobby Smith. Gretzky was awarded the Emms Family Award as the rookie of the year, and the William Hanley Trophy as most gentlemanly player. Bobby Smith (born February 12, 1958 in North Sydney, Nova Scotia) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the Montreal Canadiens and Minnesota North Stars in the National Hockey League. ... The Emms Family Award is presented annually to the top first year player in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The William Hanley Trophy is awarded to the OHLs Most Sportsmanlike Player. ...


The Terry Crisp years as coach

The year after Gretzky departed, the Greyhounds hired Terry Crisp to coach. Under his guidance, the Greyhounds would win three division titles, finish first place overall three times, and win the league championship his final season. Terry Crisp (Born May 28, 1943 in Parry Sound, Ontario) was a professioal hockey player, coach, and is now on the radio and television broadcast team for the NHLs Nashville Predators. ...


In his second year at the helm, the Soo won its first Leyden division title, posting 47 wins, and winning its first Hamilton Spectator Trophy as best in the league. The Greyhounds lost to the Kitchener Rangers in the league finals, 9 points to 3. It was the first of five consecutive seasons that the Greyhounds and the Rangers would meet in the playoffs. Next season, the Greyhounds switched to the Emms Division, but would lose out to Kitchener in the semi-finals. The Hamilton Specator Trophy is an award given to the Ontario Hockey League team who finishes the season with the best record. ...


Crisp's team would win its new division in 1983, and finish first overall in the OHL for the second time. This time in the playoffs, they would eliminate the Rangers in the semi-finals, ultimately losing to the Oshawa Generals in the finals, a team which would become a future rival. Despite a rebuilding year in 1983-84, the Soo reached the semi-finals again, but fell to their rival Kitchener. 1990 Memorial Cup Champions Oshawa Generals The Oshawa Generals are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). ...


The 1984-85 OHL season would be historical for Sault Ste. Marie. The Greyhounds won their third Hamilton Spectator Trophy in 5 years, and second Emms division title. The Greyhounds also set a Canadian Hockey League record, winning all 33 of their home games that season, a record that still stands. The same year, the Greyhounds set the OHL record for 109 points in a season that stood for 19 years. In the playoffs, the Soo eliminated rival Kitchener in four straight games in the first round. After a second round bye, the Greyhounds beat out the Hamilton Steelhawks 9 points to 1 to reach the finals again. Sault Ste. Marie won its first J. Ross Robertson Cup, defeating the Peterborough Petes 9 points to 5. The 1984-85 OHL season was the 5th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Canadian Hockey League is an umbrella organization for three North American Major Junior A Tier I hockey leagues for players of 15 to 20 years of age. ... The Hamilton Steelhawks were a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League from 1984 to 1988. ... The J. Ross Robertson Cup is hockey trophy awarded annually to the winner of Ontario Hockey League Championship Series. ... The Peterborough Petes is an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) team in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. ...


Memorial Cup, 1985

After winning the OHL championship, the Greyhounds travelled to Shawinigan, Quebec to compete in the Memorial Cup tournament, for the national junior hockey title. The Greyhounds would play against the host team Shawinigan Cataractes, the QMJHL champion Verdun Junior Canadiens, and the WHL champion Prince Albert Raiders. Shawinigan is a city in the Province of Quebec, Canada on the Saint-Maurice River. ... The Memorial Cup is the championship trophy of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). ... The Shawinigan Cataractes are a major junior hockey team of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. ... The Verdun Junior Canadiens were a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League from 1984 to 1989. ... Kyle Chipchura in action. ...


The Greyhounds were led by future NHLers, Jeff Beukeboom, Chris Felix, Derek King, Wayne Presley, Bob Probert and Rob Zettler. Leading scorers in the regular season were Wayne Groulx, Graeme Bonar and Sault Ste. Marie native Mike Oliverio. NHL can also be an abbreviation for National Historic Landmark or Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. ... Jeff Beukeboom (b. ... Chris Robin Felix (born May 27, 1964 in Bramalea, Ontario) is a retired Canadian ice hockey defenseman who played for several seasons with the Washington Capitals, who signed him as a free agent in 1988. ... Derek King (born February 11, 1967, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) is a former professional ice hockey left wing who played 14 seasons in the National Hockey League from 1986-87 until 1999-00. ... Wayne Presley (born March 23, 1965 in Dearborn, Michigan, United States) is a retired professional ice hockey right winger who played 12 seasons in the National Hockey League from 1984-85 until 1995-96. ... Robert Probert (born June 5, 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward. ... Rob Zettler (born March 8, 1968 in Sept-Iles, Quebec, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenseman who played in the NHL for 14 seasons from 1988 until 2002. ...


The Greyhounds won the first game on May 11th in Shawinigan versus the home team, by a score 4-3, in front of 3,276 fans. Televising games from the Aréna Jacques Plante in Shawinigan proved difficult due to roof support pillars around the ice surface. After two games in Shawinigan, the remainder of the tournament was played in the Centre Marcel Dionne in Drummondville, Quebec. The Arena Jacques Plante is a 4,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Shawinigan, Quebec Canada. ... The Centre Marcel Dionne is a 3,622-seat multi-purpose arena in Drummondville, Quebec Canada. ... Drummondville is a city in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec, located east of Montreal, on the Saint-François River. ...


The Greyhounds won their first game in Drummondville 6-3 over Verdun, with two goals from Derek King. Their first loss of the tournament came in game three, losing 8-6 to the Prince Albert Raiders. With the loss, the Cataractes, Raiders and Greyhounds would all finish the round-robin with two wins and a loss. Shawinigan earned a spot in the finals on best goals for and against difference, with Sault Ste. Marie and Prince Albert to have a rematch in the semi-final game. On May 16th, the Greyhounds lost again to the Raiders.

1985 Memorial Cup scores
Game Winner Score Loser Score Venue
Round-robin S.S.Marie 4 Shawinigan 3 Aréna Jacques Plante
Round-robin Shawinigan 6 Prince Albert 2 Aréna Jacques Plante
Round-robin S.S.Marie 6 Verdun 3 Centre Marcel Dionne
Round-robin Prince Albert 5 Verdun 3 Centre Marcel Dionne
Round-robin Prince Albert 8 S.S.Marie 6 Centre Marcel Dionne
Round-robin Shawinigan 5 Verdun 1 Centre Marcel Dionne
Semi-final Prince Albert 8 S.S.Marie 3 Centre Marcel Dionne
Championship Prince Albert 6 Shawinigan 1 Centre Marcel Dionne


The Arena Jacques Plante is a 4,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Shawinigan, Quebec Canada. ... The Centre Marcel Dionne is a 3,622-seat multi-purpose arena in Drummondville, Quebec Canada. ...


Phil Esposito & the Eric Lindros conflict

After a major rebuilding 1985-86 season, the club was sold to Phil Esposito and a group of investors from New York. Esposito and was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, and briefly played for the Sault Thunderbirds in the 1961-62. Don Boyd was named as coach and general manager. Philip Anthony Esposito, OC (born February 20, 1942 in Sault Ste. ... NY redirects here. ... The Sault Thunderbirds were a team in the Eastern Professional Hockey League from 1959 to 1962. ...


After two mediocre seasons, Sherwood Bassin was hired to be the new general manager. Part way through through the 1988-89 season, Ted Nolan was hired to take over coaching duties. Sault Ste. Marie missed the playoffs that year, and were in financial trouble. Owner Phil Esposito, put the Greyhounds up for sale just three years after purchasing the team. Ted Nolan (Born - April 7, 1958, on the Garden River Ojibway First Nation Reserve outside of Sault Ste. ...


On May 17, 1989, Esposito and fellow investors were offered $600,000 USD for the team, by Peter Karmanos, Jr. of Compuware. The proposed sale would have seen the Greyhounds relocated to Detroit, Michigan, becoming part of the Detroit Compuware Ambassadors program. The offer was turned down. The Greyhounds' owners looked to increase the value of their franchise in the upcoming OHL Draft on May 27, 1989. ISO 4217 Code USD User(s) the United States, the British Virgin Islands, East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Panama, Turks and Caicos Islands, and the insular areas of the United States Inflation 3. ... Peter Karmanos, Jr. ... Skaters in front of Compuware World Headquarters, Detroit, Michigan. ... Nickname: Motto: Speramus Meliora; Resurget Cineribus (Latin for, We Hope For Better Things; It Shall Rise From the Ashes) Location in Wayne County, Michigan Coordinates: Country United States State Michigan County Wayne County Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick Area    - City 370. ... 2006 All-Star and Whalers captain John Vigilante celebrates after scoring a goal. ...


The Greyhounds selected highly touted prospect Eric Lindros, from the St. Michael's Buzzers. Lindros refused to report to Sault Ste. Marie, and parents protested the selection on behalf of their son, claiming that it would not be good for his education and development to be so far away from his home in Toronto, Ontario. Eric Bryan Lindros (born February 28, 1973 in London, Ontario, Canada) is a professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League. ... The St. ... Template:Hide = Motto: Template:Unhide = Diversity Our Strength Image:Toronto, Ontario Location. ...


After the Greyhounds drafted Lindros, the offer from Compuware was increased to $1 Million USD. Upon hearing about the proposed sale, the community members of Sault Ste. Marie rallied together in an emotional "Save the Greyhounds" campaign. Local suitors were found in a group headed by Dr. Shunock, who matched the latest offer made by Karmanos and Compuware, to keep the team in the Soo.


The Greyhounds waited out whether or not Lindros would report. In January 1990, the OHL changed its rules, allowing first round draft picks to be traded during their initial season in the league. Greyhounds general manager Bassin used connections with his former club to trade Lindros to the Oshawa Generals. In the trade, Sault Ste. Marie would receive: three players (Mike DeCoff, Jason Denomme, and goalie Mike Lenarduzzi), two second round draft picks in 1990 and 1991, and $80,000 CDN cash. 1990 Memorial Cup Champions Oshawa Generals The Oshawa Generals are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). ... ISO 4217 Code CAD User(s) Canada Inflation 2. ...


At the time it was the biggest trade in junior hockey history. The trade would help both teams in the future, and would play an important role in the 1990-91 OHL championship. Bassin was awarded the Bill Long Award for distinguished service to the OHL in 1990, and later the OHL Executive of the Year in 1991. The Bill Long Award for Distinguished Service is presented in recognition and appreciation of an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the Ontario Hockey League. ... The OHL Executive of the Year Award is given to the top executive in the Ontario Hockey League. ...


Memorial Cup, 1991

The Greyhounds season of 1990-91 marked an incredible turnaround from seventh place the season before, to finishing first place and winning the Emms division. The Greyhounds swept both playoff series and earned a second round bye to reach the OHL finals against the defending champions, the Oshawa Generals. The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ...


The J. Ross Robertson Cup finals had many subplots due to the big trade between the clubs in the previous season. Added to the mix was Joe Busillo, an overager picked up from Oshawa, who won the Memorial Cup with the Generals the previous year. Fans from the Soo were still very bitter towards Lindros, who was now the captain of the Generals. The Soo crowd loudly jeered Lindros every time he was on the ice during the championship series. The Greyhounds upset the heavily favoured defending champions in a six game series, winning the last game on home ice. The J. Ross Robertson Cup is hockey trophy awarded annually to the winner of Ontario Hockey League Championship Series. ...


The Greyhounds were led in scoring by Colin Miller, Tony Iob, and future NHLers Adam Foote and tough guy Denny Lambert. Other members to move onto the NHL included Drew Bannister, Bob Boughner, Ralph Intranuovo, Brad Tiley and goaltenders Kevin Hodson and Mike Lenarduzzi. NHL can also be an abbreviation for National Historic Landmark or Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. ... Adam Foote (born July 10, 1971 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenseman. ... Denny Lambert (born January 9, 1970 in Wawa, Ontario) is a Canadian retired ice hockey player who played in the National Hockey League for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (twice), Ottawa Senators, Nashville Predators and the Atlanta Thrashers between 1995 and 2002. ... Drew Bannister (b. ... Bob Boughner (b. ... Kevin Hodson (born 27 May 1972 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey goaltender. ...


The 1991 Memorial Cup was hosted by the QMJHL in Quebec City at the Colisée de Québec. Their opponents would be the WHL champion Spokane Chiefs, and the QMJHL finalists Drummondville Voltigeurs and the champion Chicoutimi Saguenéens. The Greyhounds did not win a game in the tournament, but gained valuable experience for next season. Motto : « Don de Dieu feray valoir Â» (I shall put Gods gift to good use) Site in the province of Quebec Official logo Country  Canada Province Québec Agglomeration Quebec City Statute of the city Capitale-Nationale Administrative Region Capitale-Nationale Constitution date 1833 Geographical code 24 23027 Founder Foundation... Colisée Pepsi (formerly the Colisée de Québec) is an indoor arena in Quebec City, Quebec. ... The Spokane Chiefs are a major junior hockey team of the Western Hockey League based out of Spokane, Washington. ... The Drummondville Voltigeurs are a major junior hockey team of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. ... The Chicoutimi Saguenéens are a major junior hockey team of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. ...

1991 Memorial Cup scores
All games played at the Colisée de Québec.
Game Winner Score Loser Score
Round-robin Drummondville 4 S.S.Marie 2
Round-robin Spokane 7 Drummondville 3
Round-robin Chicoutimi 2 S.S.Marie 1
Round-robin Spokane 7 Chicoutimi 1
Round-robin Spokane 8 S.S.Marie 4
Round-robin Drummondville 5 Chicoutimi 3
Semi-final Drummondville 2 Chicoutimi 1
Championship Spokane 5 Drummondville 1


Colisée Pepsi (formerly the Colisée de Québec) is an indoor arena in Quebec City, Quebec. ...


Memorial Cup, 1992

The 1991-92 Greyhounds repeated as winners of the Emms division. Saulte Ste. Marie earned a first round bye in the playoffs, then defeated the Kitchener Rangers and Niagara Falls Thunder to return to the league finals. The Greyhounds won their third J. Ross Robertson Cup by defeating their northern counterparts, the North Bay Centennials in a seven game series. The Kitchener Rangers are a junior ice hockey team based in Kitchener, Ontario; in Canada a junior team is one for players aged 15 to 20. ... The Erie Otters are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Saginaw Spirit are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. ...


The Greyhounds were led by captain Rick Kowalsky, and in scoring by Jarrett Reid's 53 goals and also had two players with 100 point seasons, Colin Miller and Ralph Intranuovo. The Soo also gained a midseason boost and more toughness, acquiring future NHLer Chris Simon in a trade with the Ottawa 67's. Chris Simon playing for the Calgary Flames, December 21, 2005 Chris Simon (born January 30, 1972 in Wawa, Ontario) is a professional ice hockey player in the NHL. He was born to an Ojibwa father, John, and a white Canadian mother, Linda. ... The Ottawa 67’s are a junior ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Canada. ...


The 1992 Memorial Cup was hosted by the WHL in Seattle, Washington at the Seattle Center Coliseum. Their opponents would be the WHL champion Kamloops Blazers, the QMJHL champion Verdun Collège Français, and the host Seattle Thunderbirds. Nickname: The Emerald City Location of Seattle in King County and Washington Coordinates: Country United States State Washington County King County Incorporated December 2 1869  - Mayor Greg Nickels Area    - City 369. ... KeyArena at Seattle Center is located north of downtown Seattle, USA on the grounds of Seattle Center (the site of 1962s Century 21 Exposition, a Worlds Fair). ... The Kamloops Blazers are a Western Hockey League ice hockey club. ... City: Bathurst, New Brunswick League: Q.M.J.H.L. Conference: none Division: Eastern Founded: 1998-99 Home Arena: K.C. Irving Centre Colours: Blue, White, Gold & Red Head Coach: John Chabot General Manager: Sylvain Couturier The Acadie-Bathurst Titan are a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major... The Seattle Thunderbirds is an ice hockey team in Seattle, Washington that belongs to the Western Hockey League. ...


The Greyhounds reversed their fortunes of the previous Memorial Cup, winning all three games of the round-robin, advancing directly to the tournament finals. Their opponent in the finals would be the Kamloops Blazers. The Greyhounds came back from an early 3-0 deficit 15 minutes into the game to tie the score at 3-3. Kamloops scored early in the thrid period for a 4-3 lead. Chris Simon then tied the game for Sault Ste. Marie with four minutes remaining to play. The game looked to be headed for overtime, until Kamloops' Zac Boyer scored on a breakaway with 14.6 seconds remaning to seal the victory for the Blazers.

1992 Memorial Cup scores
All games played at the Seattle Center Coliseum.
Game Winner Score Loser Score
Round-robin Seattle 5 Verdun 3
Round-robin S.S.Marie 6 Kamloops 3
Round-robin Kamloops 4 Verdun 0
Round-robin S.S.Marie 4 Verdun 2
Round-robin S.S.Marie 3 Seattle 3
Round-robin Kamloops 3 Seattle 1
Semi-final Kamloops 8 Seattle 3
Championship Kamloops 5 S.S.Marie 4


KeyArena at Seattle Center is located north of downtown Seattle, USA on the grounds of Seattle Center (the site of 1962s Century 21 Exposition, a Worlds Fair). ...


Memorial Cup, 1993

In the 1992-93, the Greyhounds won their third consecutive Emms division title. They narrowly beat out the Detroit Junior Red Wings by having more wins in the regular season despite both teams earning 81 points. The OHL revived the idea of a Super Series from six years previous to determine which team would host the Memorial Cup of 1993. The Greyhounds assured themselves of a third consecutive trip to the Memorial Cup, by sweeping the series versus the Leyden division champion Peterborough Petes. Jarrett Reid led Sault Ste. Marie in scoring through the playoffs, with 19 goals and 16 assists in 18 games. The Plymouth Whalers are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The Peterborough Petes is an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) team in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. ...


After the Super Series ended, the regular playoffs started. Sault Ste. Marie earned the first round bye, then defeated the Owen Sound Platers and the Junior Red Wings to reach the finals against the Petes. This time, thee Petes prevailed 4 games to 1, spoiling the Greyhounds chances of a third consecutive J. Ross Robertson Cup. Joing the Greyhounds and Petes in the Memorial Cup would be the WHL champion Swift Current Broncos and the QMJHL champion Laval Titan. The Swift Current Broncos are a Western Hockey League ice hockey club, founded in 1967. ... The Acadie-Bathurst Titan are a junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. ...


The Greyhounds and the Petes both finished the Memorial Cup round-robin with two wins and a loss. Sault Ste. Marie earned a berth in the finals by having beaten the Petes in the round robin. The two teams would meet again in the tournament finals, playing in front a hometown crowd of 4,757 spectators at the Memorial Gardens on May 23rd. Sault Ste. Marie led 3-0 after the first period, and held on to win their first Memorial Championship, beating the Petes 4-2. The victory party continued on Queen St. late into the evening.

1993 Memorial Cup scores
All games played at the Sault Memorial Gardens.
Game Winner Score Loser Score
Round-robin S.S.Marie 3 Laval 2
Round-robin Swift Current 5 S.S.Marie 3
Round-robin Peterborough 6 Laval 4
Round-robin Peterborough 7 Swift Current 3
Round-robin Laval 4 Swift Current 2
Round-robin S.S.Marie 7 Peterborough 3
Tiebreaker Laval 4 Swift Current 3
Semi-final Peterborough 3 Laval 1
Championship S.S.Marie 4 Peterborough 2


Sault Memorial Gardens 1998 Sault Memorial Gardens Opening Night 1949 Sault Memorial Gardens 1949 Soo Greyhound Hockey Game, 1950 The Sault Memorial Gardens is a 3,990-seat multi-purpose arena in Sault Ste. ...


Recent years

The Greyhounds followed up their Memorial Cup winning season with a strong 1993-94 campaign finishing second place in the division. The Soo reached the semi-finals, but lost the Junior Red Wings in six games. After the season, coach Ted Nolan departed for the Hartford Whalers. The Hartford Whalers (known as the New England Whalers as a World Hockey Association (WHA) franchise from 1972-79), was a National Hockey League (NHL) team that played from 1979-97. ...


The following 1994-95 season, the Greyhounds finished last place in the league during a rebuilding season. In attempt to generate more sales, the Greyhounds redesigned their logo. It proved to be unpopular with the fans, and the team discontinued its use after the 1998-99 season, and went back to the classic logo.


Joe Thornton was on of the bright spots of the late 1990s. The 1995-96 OHL rookie of the year, played two seasons in the Soo, then was drafted 1st overall in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. Joseph Eric Thornton (born July 2, 1979, in London, Ontario, [[Canada) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre in the National Hockey League (NHL) who has played for the Boston Bruins and currently plays for the San Jose Sharks. ... The Emms Family Award is presented annually to the top first year player in the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1997 NHL Entry Draft was held at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on 21 June 1997. ...


In the 2001-02 season, former NHLer and Greyhound defenceman Craig Hartsburg returned to his junior team after coaching stints in the NHL. Hartsburg was named the OHL coach of the year that season, then went back to the NHL. Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ... Matt Leyden Trophy The Matt Leyden Trophy is awarded annually to the Ontario Hockey League Coach of the Year as selected by OHL coaches and general managers. ...


Replacing Hartsburg was former NHLer and Greyhound netminder, and part owner of the team, John Vanbiesbrouck. After being welcomed by open arms, Vanbiesbrouck was forced to resign as coach that year due to racial comments about team captain, Trevor Daley. [citation needed] Hartsburg returned as coach midway through the 2004-05 season. John Vanbiesbrouck (born September 4, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan) nicknamed The Beezer, is a retired American professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Trevor Daley (October 9, 1983) in Toronto, Ontario is a professional ice hockey player who currently plays defense for the National Hockey Leagues Dallas Stars. ...


After playing at the Sault Memorial Gardens from 1962 to 2006, the Greyhounds moved into their new home, the Steelback Centre for the 2006-07 season. Sault Memorial Gardens 1998 Sault Memorial Gardens Opening Night 1949 Sault Memorial Gardens 1949 Soo Greyhound Hockey Game, 1950 The Sault Memorial Gardens is a 3,990-seat multi-purpose arena in Sault Ste. ... The Steelback Centre is a sports and entertainment centre in Sault Ste. ...


Championships

While in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, the Greyhounds won the McNamara Trophy as playoff champions in 1967, 1970, and 1972. The Greyhounds were also regular season champions six times and playoff finalists 4 times. Northern Ontario Junior A The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League is a Tier II Junior A ice hockey league under the supervision of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and Hockey Canada. ...


The Greyhounds also joined the Oshawa Generals and Peterborough Petes as the only OHL teams to make three consecutive appearances in the Memorial Cup. Since joining the OHL, Sault Ste. Marie has won a total of 8 division titles, three Hamilton Spectator Trophy titles, three J. Ross Robertson Cup titles, and one Memorial Cup title. The Memorial Cup is the championship trophy of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). ... The Hamilton Specator Trophy is an award given to the Ontario Hockey League team who finishes the season with the best record. ... The J. Ross Robertson Cup is hockey trophy awarded annually to the winner of Ontario Hockey League Championship Series. ...

Division Trophies
Hamilton Spectator Trophy
  • 1980-81 - 47 wins, 2 ties, 96 points
  • 1982-83 - 48 wins, 1 tie, 97 points
  • 1984-85 - 54 wins, 1 tie, 109 points
J. Ross Robertson Cup
  • 1981 Lost to Kitchener Rangers
  • 1983 Lost to Oshawa Generals
  • 1985 Champions vs. Peterborough Petes
  • 1991 Champions vs. Oshawa Generals
  • 1992 Champions vs. North Bay Centennials
  • 1993 Lost to Peterborough Petes
Memorial Cup
  • 1985 3rd place in Drummondville, Quebec
  • 1991 4th place in Quebec City, Quebec
  • 1992 Finalists vs. Kamloops Blazers
  • 1993 Champions vs. Peterborough Petes

The Leyden Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Leyden Division. ... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The Emms Trophy was first presented in 1975-76 to the winners of the Ontario Hockey Leagues Emms Division. ... The Bumbacco Trophy was inaugurated in 1994-1995 when the League realigned into three divisions. ... The Bumbacco Trophy was inaugurated in 1994-1995 when the League realigned into three divisions. ... The Hamilton Specator Trophy is an award given to the Ontario Hockey League team who finishes the season with the best record. ... The J. Ross Robertson Cup is hockey trophy awarded annually to the winner of Ontario Hockey League Championship Series. ... The Memorial Cup is the championship trophy of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). ...

Coaches

Terry Crisp was twice voted the OHL Coach of the Year, winning the Matt Leyden Trophy in 1982-83 and 1984-85. Craig Hartsburg won the same award in 2001-02. Terry Crisp (Born May 28, 1943 in Parry Sound, Ontario) was a professioal hockey player, coach, and is now on the radio and television broadcast team for the NHLs Nashville Predators. ... Matt Leyden Trophy The Matt Leyden Trophy is awarded annually to the Ontario Hockey League Coach of the Year as selected by OHL coaches and general managers. ... Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ...


List of coaches with multiple seasons in parentheses.

  • 1972-74 - Abbie Carricato (2)
  • 1974-75 - Angelo Bumbacco
  • 1975-77 - Muzz MacPherson (3)
  • 1977-78 - M.MacPherson & P.Theriault
  • 1978-79 - Paul Theriault (4)
  • 1979-85 - Terry Crisp (6)
  • 1985-86 - Don MacAdam
  • 1986-88 - Don Boyd (3)
  • 1988-89 - D.Boyd & T.Nolan
  • 1989-94 - Ted Nolan (6)
  • 1994-95 - Dan Flynn
  • 1995-97 - Joe Paterson (2)
  • 1997-99 - Dave Cameron (2)
  • 1999-01 - Paul Theriault (4)
  • 2001-02 - Craig Hartsburg (3)
  • 2002-03 - J.Vanbiesbrouck & Steve Harrison
  • 2003-04 - Marty Abrams (2)
  • 2004-05 - M.Abrams & C.Hartsburg
  • 2005-06 - Craig Hartsburg (3)

Terry Crisp (Born May 28, 1943 in Parry Sound, Ontario) was a professioal hockey player, coach, and is now on the radio and television broadcast team for the NHLs Nashville Predators. ... Ted Nolan (Born - April 7, 1958, on the Garden River Ojibway First Nation Reserve outside of Sault Ste. ... Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ... John Vanbiesbrouck (born September 4, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan) nicknamed The Beezer, is a retired American professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ...

Players

Since the Sault Ste. Marie joined the OHA in 1972, the Greyhounds have sent 77 alumni onto play in the NHL. Two of those have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Retired numbers

John Vanbiesbrouck (born September 4, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan) nicknamed The Beezer, is a retired American professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ... Ronald Ron Francis (born March 1, 1963 in Sault Ste. ... Wayne Douglas Gretzky, OC (born January 26, 1961) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently part-owner and head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. ...

Award Winners

CHL Rookie of the Year The CHL Rookie of the Year Award is given out annually to the top rookie in the Canadian Hockey League. ...

CHL Goaltender of the Year Joseph Eric Thornton (born July 2, 1979, in London, Ontario, [[Canada) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre in the National Hockey League (NHL) who has played for the Boston Bruins and currently plays for the San Jose Sharks. ... The CHL Goaltender of the Year Award is given out annually to the top goaltender in the Canadian Hockey League. ...

Red Tilson Trophy
Most Outstanding Player Raymond Emery (born September 28, 1982 in Cayuga, Ontario) is an ice-hockey goaltender currently serving as the goaltender for the Ottawa Senators of the NHL. // Emery started his junior hockey career in 1998 in Junior C with the Dunnville Terriers of the OJHL. Despite recording only 3 wins in... The Red Tilson Trophy is an annual award given to the most outstanding player in the Ontario Hockey League. ...

  • 1973-74 - Jack Valiquette
  • 1984-85 - Wayne Groulx

Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy
Scoring Champion The Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy was donated by the Toronto Marlboro Athletic Club in memory of Edward Powers. ...

  • 1973-74 - Jack Valiquette (tied)
  • 1975-76 - Mike Kaszycki
  • 1980-81 - John Goodwin

Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy
Top Scoring Right Winger The Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy is named in honor of Jim Mahon (February 1952, in Maidstone, Ontario – 1971). ...

  • 1996-97 - Joe Seroski

Max Kaminsky Trophy
Most Outstanding Defenceman The Max Kaminsky Trophy is awarded each year to the most outstanding defenceman in the Ontario Hockey League. ...

OHL Goaltender of the Year Craig Hartsburg (born June 29, 1959 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played ten seasons with the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League from 1979-80 until 1988-89. ... The OHL Goaltender of the Year Award is given to the best goaltender in the Ontario Hockey League, as voted on by OHL coaches and general managers. ...

Jack Ferguson Award
First Overall Draft Pick Raymond Emery (born September 28, 1982 in Cayuga, Ontario) is an ice-hockey goaltender currently serving as the goaltender for the Ottawa Senators of the NHL. // Emery started his junior hockey career in 1998 in Junior C with the Dunnville Terriers of the OJHL. Despite recording only 3 wins in... The Jack Ferguson Award is awarded each year to the top draft pick in the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection Draft. ...

Dave Pinkney Trophy
Lowest Team GAA Eric Bryan Lindros (born February 28, 1973 in London, Ontario, Canada) is a professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League. ... The Dave Pinkney Trophy is awarded to the goaltenders of the team that has the best team goals-against-average in the Ontario Hockey League. ...

Emms Family Award
Rookie of the Year John Vanbiesbrouck (born September 4, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan) nicknamed The Beezer, is a retired American professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Kevin Hodson (born 27 May 1972 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Kevin Hodson (born 27 May 1972 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey goaltender. ... The Emms Family Award is presented annually to the top first year player in the Ontario Hockey League. ...

F.W. "Dinty" Moore Trophy
Best Rookie GAA Wayne Douglas Gretzky, OC (born January 26, 1961) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently part-owner and head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. ... Derek King (born February 11, 1967, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) is a former professional ice hockey left wing who played 14 seasons in the National Hockey League from 1986-87 until 1999-00. ... Joseph Eric Thornton (born July 2, 1979, in London, Ontario, [[Canada) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre in the National Hockey League (NHL) who has played for the Boston Bruins and currently plays for the San Jose Sharks. ... The F.W. Dinty Moore Trophy is awarded annually to the first year goaltender with the best goals against average in the Ontario Hockey League during the regular season. ...

William Hanley Trophy
Most Sportsmanlike Player John Vanbiesbrouck (born September 4, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan) nicknamed The Beezer, is a retired American professional ice hockey goaltender. ... Kevin Hodson (born 27 May 1972 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey goaltender. ... The William Hanley Trophy is awarded to the OHLs Most Sportsmanlike Player. ...

Wayne Douglas Gretzky, OC (born January 26, 1961) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently part-owner and head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. ...

Hockey Hall of Fame Members

There are five members of the Hockey Hall of Fame that have played for a team known as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. Bill Cook and Bun Cook played for the Greyhounds of the Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) between 1921-1925. Tony Esposito played for the Greyhounds of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) during the 1962-1963 season. The Hockey Hall of Fame is located at the corner of Front & Yonge in downtown Toronto The Stanley Cup on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame The Hockey Hall of Fame which is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, celebrates the history of hockey with exhibits featuring memorabilia and NHL... Bill Cook (October 9, 1896 in Brantford, Ontario - December 12, 1977 was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the New York Rangers in the National Hockey League and Saskatoon Crescents in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. ... Bun Cook (September 18, 1903 in Kingston, Ontario - March 19, 1988 was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League and Saskatoon Crescents in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. ... NOHA Emblem The Northern Ontario Hockey Association is minor and junior level ice hockey governing body. ... Anthony James Esposito (born April 23, 1943 in Sault Ste. ... Northern Ontario Junior A The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League is a Tier II Junior A ice hockey league under the supervision of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and Hockey Canada. ...


The current junior Greyhounds have two alumni inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame, they are Wayne Gretzky and Paul Coffey. Ron Francis will likely become the third alumni to be so honoured, when he becomes eligible for induction. The Hockey Hall of Fame is located at the corner of Front & Yonge in downtown Toronto The Stanley Cup on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame The Hockey Hall of Fame which is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, celebrates the history of hockey with exhibits featuring memorabilia and NHL... Wayne Douglas Gretzky, OC (born January 26, 1961) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently part-owner and head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. ... Paul Coffey (born June 1, 1961, in Weston, Ontario) is a former professional ice hockey defenceman in the NHL. Known for his speed, Coffeys scoring prowess amongst defencemen was second only to Bobby Orr in NHL history. ... Ronald Ron Francis (born March 1, 1963 in Sault Ste. ...


NHL Alumni

1919 to 1945, 1949 to 1958 ( NOHA )
1962 to 1972 ( NOJHL )
1972 to Present ( OHA / OMJHL / OHL )

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Team Records

Ontario Hockey League records for the Greyhounds. As of 2005-06 season.
Team Records for a single season
Statistic Total Season
Most Points 109 1984-85
Most Wins 54 1984-85
Most Goals For 412 1980-81
Least Goals For 188 2000-01
Least Goals Against 188 2004-05
Most Goals Against 415 1978-79
Individual player records for a single season
Statistic Player Total Season
Most Goals Steve Gatzos 78 1980-81
Most Assists Mike Kaszycki 119 1975-76
Most Points Wayne Gretzky 182 1977-78
Best GAA (Goalie) Kyle Gajewski 2.55 2004-05
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played



Yearly Results

Regular Season

  • 1962 to 1972 in the NOJHL
  • 1972 to 1974 in the OHA
  • 1974 to 1980 in the OMJHL
  • 1980 to Present in the OHL

Legend: T = Tie (2004-05 & previous), SL = Shoot Out Loss (2005-06 & onward)

Season Games Won Lost T/SL OTL Points Pct % Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
1962-63 40 28 11 1 - 57 0.713 195 105 1st NOJHL
1963-64 40 20 18 2 - 42 0.525 179 202 4th NOJHL
1964-65 40 24 15 1 - 49 0.613 247 172 2nd NOJHL
1965-66 40 23 15 2 - 48 0.600 236 182 2nd NOJHL
1966-67 40 30 10 0 - 60 0.750 290 153 1st NOJHL
1967-68 40 24 14 2 - 50 0.625 175 141 1st NOJHL
1968-69 48 34 12 2 - 70 0.729 236 152 1st NOJHL
1969-70 48 34 11 3 - 71 0.740 317 195 1st NOJHL
1970-71 48 32 14 2 - 66 0.688 295 187 2nd NOJHL
1971-72 52 31 14 7 - 69 0.663 272 203 1st NOJHL
1972-73 63 11 42 10 - 32 0.254 244 396 10th OHA
1973-74 70 24 40 6 - 54 0.386 295 352 9th OHA
1974-75 70 25 36 9 - 59 0.421 312 367 10th OMJHL
1975-76 66 27 26 13 - 67 0.508 341 319 5th Leyden
1976-77 66 20 41 5 - 45 0.341 261 375 5th Leyden
1977-78 68 26 32 10 - 62 0.456 330 346 5th Leyden
1978-79 68 26 42 0 - 52 0.382 317 415 6th Leyden
1979-80 68 22 45 1 - 45 0.331 281 379 6th Leyden
1980-81 68 47 19 2 - 96 0.706 412 290 1st Leyden
1981-82 68 40 25 3 - 83 0.610 274 243 2nd Emms
1982-83 70 48 21 1 - 97 0.693 363 270 1st Emms
1983-84 70 38 28 4 - 80 0.571 373 321 3rd Emms
1984-85 66 54 11 1 - 109 0.826 381 215 1st Emms
1985-86 66 15 48 3 - 33 0.250 263 387 8th Emms
1986-87 66 31 31 4 - 66 0.500 301 299 5th Emms
1987-88 66 32 33 1 - 65 0.492 272 294 5th Emms
1988-89 66 21 43 2 - 44 0.333 227 304 8th Emms
1989-90 66 18 42 6 - 42 0.318 229 289 7th Emms
1990-91 66 42 21 3 - 87 0.659 303 217 1st Emms
1991-92 66 41 19 6 - 88 0.667 335 229 1st Emms
1992-93 66 38 23 5 - 81 0.614 334 260 1st Emms
1993-94 66 35 24 7 - 77 0.583 319 268 2nd Emms
1994-95 66 17 45 4 - 38 0.288 228 346 5th Western
1995-96 66 38 23 5 - 81 0.614 312 254 3rd Western
1996-97 66 39 17 10 - 88 0.667 309 220 1st Western
1997-98 66 20 39 7 - 47 0.356 232 296 5th Western
1998-99 68 31 29 8 - 70 0.515 244 242 4th West
1999-00 68 37 20 6 5 85 0.588 270 217 2nd West
2000-01 68 23 38 4 3 53 0.368 188 256 5th West
2001-02 68 38 20 10 0 86 0.632 237 200 2nd West
2002-03 68 26 33 6 3 61 0.426 232 284 4th West
2003-04 68 30 34 3 1 64 0.463 196 223 4th West
2004-05 68 33 25 9 1 76 0.551 210 188 1st West
2005-06 68 29 31 3 5 66 0.485 201 213 4th West
2006-07 See 2006-07 OHL season for up-to-date standings.

The 1974-75 OMJHL season was the 1st season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League; the league having been created following a split with the Ontario Hockey Association. ... The 1975-76 OMJHL season was the 2nd season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... The 1976-77 OMJHL season was the 3rd season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... The 1977-78 OMJHL season was the 4th season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... The 1978-79 OMJHL season was the 5th season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... The 1979-80 OMJHL season was the 6th and final season of the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... The 1980-81 OHL season was the 1st season of the Ontario Hockey League, having been renamed from the Ontario Major Junior Hockey League. ... The 1981-82 OHL season was the 2nd season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1982-83 OHL season was the 3rd season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1983-84 OHL season was the 4th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1984-85 OHL season was the 5th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1985-86 OHL season was the 6th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1986-87 OHL season was the 7th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1987-88 OHL season was the 8th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1988-89 OHL season was the 9th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1989-90 OHL season was the 10th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1990-91 OHL season was the 11th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1991-92 OHL season was the 12th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1992-93 OHL season was the 13th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1993-94 OHL season was the 14th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1994-95 OHL season was the 15th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1995-96 OHL season was the 16th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1996-97 OHL season was the 17th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1997-98 OHL season was the 18th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1998-99 OHL season was the 19th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 1999-00 OHL season was the 20th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2000-01 OHL season was the 21st season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2001-02 OHL season was the 22nd season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2002-03 OHL season was the 23rd season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2003-04 OHL season was the 24th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2004-05 OHL season was the 25th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2005-06 OHL season was the 26th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2006-07 OHL season will be the 27th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... The 2006-07 OHL season will be the 27th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ...

Playoffs

  • 1962-63 Lost in semi-finals.
  • 1963-64 Lost in finals.
  • 1964-65 Lost in semi-finals.
  • 1965-66 Lost in finals.
  • 1966-67 McNamara Trophy Champions.
  • 1967-68 Lost in semi-finals.
  • 1968-69 Lost in finals.
  • 1969-70 McNamara Trophy Champions.
  • 1970-71 Lost in finals.
  • 1971-72 McNamara Trophy Champions.
  • 1972-73 Out of playoffs.
  • 1973-74 Out of playoffs.
  • 1974-75 Out of playoffs.
  • 1975-76 Defeated Oshawa Generals 6 points to 4 in first round.
    Lost to Sudbury Wolves 9 points to 5 in quarter-finals.
  • 1976-77 Defeated Peterborough Petes 3 games to 1 in first round.
    Lost to Ottawa 67's 4 games to 0, 1 tie in quarter-finals.
  • 1977-78 Defeated Kingston Canadiens 6 points to 4 in first round.
    Lost to Ottawa 67's 9 points to 7 in quarter-finals.
  • 1978-79 Out of playoffs.
  • 1979-80 Out of playoffs.
  • 1980-81 Defeated Oshawa Generals 8 points to 4 in division semi-finals.
    Defeated Kingston Canadians 9points to 5 in division finals.
    Lost to Kitchener Rangers 9 points to 3 in finals.
  • 1981-82 Earned bye through first round. 2nd place in Emms.
    Defeated Brantford Alexanders 8 points to 6 in quarter-finals.
    Lost to Kitchener Rangers 9 points to 3 in semi-finals.
  • 1982-83 Earned bye through first round. 1st place in Emms.
    Defeated Brantford Alexanders 8 points to 2 in quarter-finals.
    Defeated Kitchener Rangers 8 points to 2 in semi-finals.
    Lost to Oshawa Generals 9 points to 5 in finals.
  • 1983-84 Defeated Windsor Spitfires 6 points to 0 in first round.
    Defeated Brantford Alexanders 8 points to 4 in quarter-finals.
    Lost to Kitchener Rangers 8 points to 6 in semi-finals.
  • 1984-85 Defeated Kitchener Rangers 8 points to 0 in first round.
    Earned bye through quarter-finals. 1st place in Emms.
    Defeated Hamilton Steelhawks 9 points to 1 in semi-finals.
    Defeated Peterborough Petes 9 points to 5 in finals. OHL CHAMPIONS
    Finished Memorial Cup round robin tied for second place.
    Lost to Prince Albert Raiders 8-3 in semi-final game.
  • 1985-86 Out of playoffs.
  • 1986-87 Lost to Windsor Spitfires 4 games to 0 in first round.
  • 1987-88 Lost to London Knights 4 games to 2 in first round.
  • 1988-89 Out of playoffs.
  • 1989-90 Out of playoffs.
  • 1990-91 Defeated Dukes of Hamilton 4 games to 0 in first round.
    Earned bye through quarter-finals. 1st place in Emms.
    Defeated Niagara Falls Thunder 4 games to 0 in semi-finals.
    Defeated Oshawa Generals 4 games to 2 in finals. OHL CHAMPIONS
    Finished Memorial Cup round robin in 4th place.
  • 1991-92 Earned bye through first round. 1st place in Emms.
    Defeated Kitchener Rangers 4 games to 3 in quarter-finals.
    Defeated Niagara Falls Thunder 4 games to 1 in semi-finals.
    Defeated North Bay Centennials 4 games to 3 in finals. OHL CHAMPIONS
    Finished Memorial Cup round robin in 1st place, earning berth in finals.
    Lost to Kamloops Blazers 5-4 in championship game.
  • 1992-93 Defeated Peterborough Petes 4 games to 0 in super-series for right to host Memorial Cup. Earned bye through first round. 1st place in Emms.
    Defeated Owen Sound Platers 4 games to 0 in quarter-finals.
    Defeated Detroit Jr. Red Wings 4 games to 1 in semi-finals.
    Lost to Peterborough Petes 4 games to 1 in finals.
    Finished Memorial Cup round robin in 1st place, earning berth in finals.
    Defeated Peterborough Petes 4-2 in championship game. MEMORIAL CUP CHAMPIONS
  • 1993-94 Defeated Windsor Spitfires 4 games to 0 in division quarter-finals.
    Defeated Guelph Storm 4 games to 0 in division semi-finals.
    Lost to Detroit Jr. Red Wings 4 games to 2 in semi-finals.
  • 1994-95 Out of playoffs.
  • 1995-96 Lost to Sarnia Sting 4 games to 0 in division quarter-finals.
  • 1996-97 Defeated Detroit Whalers 4 games to 1 in division quarter-finals.
    Lost to Guelph Storm 4 games to 2 in quarter-finals.
  • 1997-98 Out of playoffs.
  • 1998-99 Lost to Owen Sound Platers 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 1999-00 Defeated Kitchener Rangers 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Erie Otters 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Plymouth Whalers 4 games to 1 in conference finals.
  • 2000-01 Out of playoffs.
  • 2001-02 Lost to Windsor Spitfires 4 games to 2 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2002-03 Lost to Kitchener Rangers 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2003-04 Out of playoffs.
  • 2004-05 Lost to Windsor Spitfires 4 games to 3 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2005-06 Lost to London Knights 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.

Uniforms & Logos

The Greyhounds colours are predominantly red and white. Black and silver trim were added in the late 1980s, as well as four stars above the logo. Sault Ste. Marie has used their classic red circle logo with the running greyhound for all but four seasons of their existence. Image File history File links Ssm_greyhounds_1998. ...


From 1995 to 1999 the Greyhounds redesigned their logo (inset right), to what became known by fans as the "Ugly Dog" or "Snoopy" logo. Due to public backlash and a fan petition for its removal, the team discontinued its use and went back to the classic logo.


On November 1, 2006, the Greyhounds unveiled a third jersey seen here.


Arenas

The first home of the Greyhounds from 1919 to 1945 was Gouin Street Arena. The arena had wooden benches for 1,000 spectators. It was destroyed by fire in 1945. An outdoor rink at Pullar Stadium was used until a new indoor facility was built. Gouin Street Arena is the predecessor to the Sault Memorial Gardens, Sault Ste. ...


Sault Memorial Gardens

Sault Memorial Gardens
Sault Memorial Gardens

The Greyhounds played home games at the Sault Memorial Gardens from 1949 to 2006. The building was named for the war veterans of World War II. The Gardens hosted Memorial Cup games in 1978 and 1993, and the OHL All-Star Game in 1979. The last game at the Gardens was played on Tuesday, March 28th 2006. Demolition of the Gardens began on April 27, 2006. All that remains of the Gardens is the Memorial Tower, which is part of "Memorial Square". Image File history File links SMG.jpg Summary http://www. ... Image File history File links SMG.jpg Summary http://www. ... Sault Memorial Gardens 1998 Sault Memorial Gardens Opening Night 1949 Sault Memorial Gardens 1949 Soo Greyhound Hockey Game, 1950 The Sault Memorial Gardens is a 3,990-seat multi-purpose arena in Sault Ste. ... War Veteran is a science fiction short story by Philip K. Dick. ... Combatants Allied Powers: United Kingdom France Soviet Union United States Republic of China and others Axis Powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Winston Churchill Charles de Gaulle Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Chiang Kai-Shek Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tojo Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33... The Memorial Cup is the championship trophy of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). ... The Ontario Hockey League began as the Ontario Hockey Association in 1896. ... April 27 is the 117th day of the year (118th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 248 days remaining. ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ...



Steelback Centre

Steelback Centre
Steelback Centre

The Greyhounds moved to the new Steelback Centre for the 2006-07 OHL season. The new arena was built in the east parking lot of the Memorial Gardens, and is the largest such centre in Northern Ontario. Its naming rights were purchased by Steelback Brewery of Tiverton, Ontario. The inaugural game was played on October 11th, 2006, resulting in a 2-1 loss to the Sudbury Wolves. The 2008 OHL All-Star Classic will be hosted in the Steelback Centre. Image File history File linksMetadata Sbc_front. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Sbc_front. ... The Steelback Centre is a sports and entertainment centre in Sault Ste. ... The 2006-07 OHL season will be the 27th season of the Ontario Hockey League. ... Northern Ontario is the part of the province of Ontario, Canada, which lies north of Lake Huron, Georgian Bay, the French River and Lake Nipissing. ... Naming rights are the right to name a piece of property, either tangible property or an event, usually granted in exchange for financial considerations. ... Steelback Brewery is a Canadian microbrewery, based in Tiverton, Ontario. ... Tiverton, Ontario (2001 census population 743) is a village located in the Canadian province of Ontario. ... City: Sudbury, Ontario League: Ontario Hockey League Conference: Eastern Division: Central Founded: 1962 (NOJHL) 1972 (OHA) Home Arena: Sudbury Arena Colours: Blue, White, Grey Head Coach: Mike Foligno General Manager: Mike Foligno Sudbury Wolves make an entrance on home ice The Sudbury Wolves are a junior ice hockey team that... The Ontario Hockey League began as the Ontario Hockey Association in 1896. ...

References

  1. ^ The Name: Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. Retrieved on 2006-10-18.
  2. ^ 99 Reasons Why Wayne Gretzky is "The Great One". Retrieved on 2006-11-18.

For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... October 18 is the 291st day of the year (292nd in leap years). ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... November 18 is the 322nd day of the year (323rd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar. ...

See also

The following is a list of ice hockey teams in Ontario, past and present. ...

External links

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