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The Nipawin Hawks are a Tier-II Junior "A" team based out of Nipawin, Saskatchewanmarker. They play out of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. They play their home games at the Centennial Arena which has a seating capacity of 1,500. The team colors are black and yellow. They have been league champions on one occasion, in 1990.



Head Coach: Colin O'Hara

Assistant Coach: Duane Thorpe

Trainer: Rob Wallington



Season-by-Season Standings

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
1985-86 60 18 42 0 - 261 394 36 9th SJHL DNQ
1986-87 64 27 32 5 - 300 323 59 5th SJHL Lost 1st Round
1987-88 60 34 22 4 - 293 246 72 4th SJHL
1988-89 64 40 20 4 - 332 244 84 2nd SJHL North
1989-90 68 43 21 4 - 343 244 90 2nd SJHL North Won League, Won Anavet Cup
1990-91 68 40 27 1 - 293 241 81 2nd SJHL North Lost Semi-final
1991-92 64 24 37 3 - 248 260 51 5th SJHL North DNQ
1992-93 64 28 31 5 - 262 266 61 4th SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1993-94 68 32 25 11 - 304 254 75 5th SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1994-95 64 39 21 4 - 258 199 82 2nd SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1995-96 64 35 22 7 - 278 217 77 3rd SJHL North Lost Quarter-final
1996-97 64 40 17 7 - 294 212 87 1st SJHL North Lost Semi-final
1997-98 64 40 20 4 - 272 192 84 1st SJHL Lost Final
1998-99 66 29 35 2 - 229 249 60 6th SJHL North DNQ
1999-00 60 50 8 2 - 269 144 102 1st SJHL Lost 1st Round
2000-01 62 34 26 1 1 274 218 70 3rd SJHL Dodge Lost Final
2001-02 64 35 15 10 4 249 190 84 2nd SJHL Dodge Lost Quarter-final
2002-03 60 18 25 12 5 186 230 53 6th SJHL DOdge DNQ
2003-04 60 27 27 5 1 180 195 60 4th SJHL Dodge Lost Quarter-final
2004-05 55 25 20 5 5 164 154 60 4th SJHL Itech Lost 1st Round
2005-06 55 38 12 2 3 193 139 81 2nd SJHL Itech Lost Quarter-final
2006-07 58 36 17 0 5 209 169 77 4th SJHL Itech Lost in Conference Final
2007-08 58 23 29 - 6 150 202 52 5th SJHL Itech Lost Semi-Finals
2008-09 56 26 26 - 4 156 190 56 4th SJHL Itech Lost Quarter-Finals


Current roster

Number Player Position Birthyear Hometown
1 Mark Currie G 1988 Abbortsford, BC
2 Brant Remenda D 1990 Nipawin, SK
3 Cody Folstad D 1990 Birch Hills, SK
4 David Hay D 1989 Quesnel, BC
5 Taylor Thiessen - A D 1989 Prince Albert, SK
6 Colton McDonald - A D 1988 Salt Lake City, USA
9 Mike Kesslering F 1990 Wynyard, SK
10 Torrie Dyck - C F 1988 Hudson Bay, SK
12 Koltyn Miller D 1991 Redvers, SK
14 Jonny Boxall F 1990 Nipawin, SK
17 Mike Brodziak F 1990 Regina Beach, SK
18 Cory Knaus D 1988 Lanigan, SK
20 Matt Schneider F 1989 Fort Saskatchewan, SK
21 Mike Rey F 1989 Winnipeg, MB
22 Dean Prpick F 1988 Davidson, SK
24 Connor Pennell F 1991 Kamsack, SK
25 Cory Hodgins D 1990 Kyle, SK
26 Lucas Daoust F 1989 Kamloops, BC
28 Shawn McNulty F 1988 Campbell River, BC
29 Wyatt Waselenchuk G 1989 Port Moody, BC
33 Shael Hechter F 1989 Winnipeg, MB
44 Brent Ottmann F 1988 Martensville, SK
71 Jordan Miller - A F 1988 Redvers, SK


Notable alumni



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