Assiniboia Southern Rebels

The Assiniboia Southern Rebels are a Canadian Junior B ice hockey team located in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan. They play in the Prairie Junior Hockey League.

Southern Rebels
CityAssiniboia, Saskatchewan
LeaguePrairie Junior Hockey League
DivisionSouth Division
Founded1992 (1992)–93
Home arenaAssiniboia Civic Centre
ColoursBlue, Orange, White
General manager Spencer Bushell
Head coachBrett Tiffen
Websiterebels.pjhl.ca
Franchise history
1992–2016Assiniboia Southern Rebels
2016–presentSouthern Rebels

History

The Assiniboia Southern Rebels were established in 1992, and were highly successful for their first ten to twelve years, winning three Keystone Cups between 1996 and 2003. Since then they have not been able to duplicate the success they had in that span. In 2006, they finished last in the division, however, winning only 9 of 38 games and missing the playoffs. In 2007–08, the divisions were divided into the North and South Divisions, and Assiniboia was placed in the South. They finished their second season with a 17–19–0 record, finishing third in the South, before losing in the first round of the playoffs to Fort Knox. In 2008–09, the Rebels finished with a record of 16–26–0, placing third again in their division. They were swept in the first round of the playoffs by the Pilot Butte Storm. In 2009–10, the Rebels were forced to forfeit a number of games in November due to a team bout of the H1N1 virus.[1] The following year, the Rebels finished dead last in their division, with a record of 9–28–3. They improved for 2011–12, finishing third in the South Division, before losing in the first round of the playoffs. The Rebels finished second in the South Division in 2012–13, with a record of 27–11–2, behind only the Pilot Butte Storm, and defeated Fort Knox in the first round. They went on to lose to Pilot Butte in the second round. The following year, the Rebels finished third in their division, losing again in the second round to Pilot Butte. In 2014–15, the Rebels finished third again, with a record of 17–18–3. They lost to the Regina Capitals in the first round of the playoffs.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Records as of 2014–15 season.[2]

SeasonGPWLTOTLPtsGFGAFinishPlayoffs
1992–93241662034123871st, SouthLeague Champions, (Capitals)
1993–943020910412091321st, SouthLost Semi-final
1994–953022710452201182nd, SouthLost Semi-final
1995–963022800442061741st, SouthLeague Champions, (Capitals),
Provincial Champions,
Keystone Cup Champions
1996–9734211210432171392nd, SouthLost Semi-final
1997–9836231030492171453rd, SouthLost Semi-final
1998–993828910572471191st, SouthLeague Champions, (Capitals),
Keystone Cup bronze
1999-003828730592461501st, SouthLeague Champions, (Fort Knox)
2000–013831700621981221st, SouthLeague Champions, (Rangers),
Provincial Champions,
Keystone Cup Champions
2001–023831430652531081st, South League Champions, (Rangers)
2002–0339281010572111422nd, SouthLeague Champions, (Capitals),
Provincial Champions,
Keystone Cup Champions
2003–0436231120482101112nd, SouthLost Semi-final
2004–05352283049172882nd, SouthLost Semi-final
2005–06
2006–073892810191492315th, SouthLost Survivor Series
2007–0836171405391401373rd, SouthLost Division Semi-final
2008–0942162006381461693rd, SouthLost Division Semi-final
2009–1042192201391471974th, SouthLost Division Semi-final
2010–114092803211632645th, SouthDid not qualify for playoffs
2011–1240221107511941753rd, SouthLost Division Semi-final
2012–1340271102562221462nd, SouthLost Division Final
2013–1440281002582141473rd, SouthLost Division Final
2014–1538171803371561633rd, SouthLost Division Semi-final
2015–1640241501492131452 of 6, Sou
4 of 13 PJHL
Won Div. Semi-final 4–1 (Storm)
Lost Div. Finals, 1–4 (Extreme Capitals)
2016–1740231601471691503 of 5, Sou
5 of 12 PJHL
Lost Div. Semi-final 3–4 (Storm)
2017–1840201802421971874 of 5, Sou
8 of 12 PJHL
Lost Div. Semi-final 0–4 (Extreme Capitals)
2018–1940112702231452575 of 10, Sou
5 of 12 PJHL
Won Div. Qualifying 2–1 (Silver Foxes)
Lost Div. Semi-finals 0–4 (Extreme Capitals)

Notable alumni

Notable Rebels alumni:[3] Only listed are Junior A alumni or higher

See also

References

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