Moose Jaw Warriors

The Moose Jaw Warriors are a major junior ice hockey team in the Western Hockey League based out of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The team plays its home games at Mosaic Place. The franchise moved to Moose Jaw from Winnipeg after the 1983–84 season, where they were known as the Winnipeg Warriors. The Warriors played in the Moose Jaw Civic Centre also known as "The Crushed Can" for 26 seasons, before moving to Mosaic Place in the city centre. The team has never won the WHL championship.

Moose Jaw Warriors
CityMoose Jaw, Saskatchewan
LeagueWestern Hockey League
ConferenceEastern
DivisionEast
Founded1984
Home arenaMosaic Place
ColoursRed, silver, black
              
General managerAlan Millar
Head coachTim Hunter
Websitewww.mjwarriors.ca
Franchise history
1980–1984Winnipeg Warriors
1984–presentMoose Jaw Warriors

Championships

In 2006, the team went on a successful playoff run eliminating the Brandon Wheat Kings, Calgary Hitmen and Medicine Hat Tigers, before being swept in four games by the Vancouver Giants in the WHL Finals.

Division titles won: 4 – 2003–04, 05–06, 11–12, 17–18
Regular season titles won: 1 – 17–18
League championships: Finalists in 2006
Memorial Cup titles: None

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

SeasonGP W L T OTLGF GA PointsFinishPlayoffs
1984–857221501320438437th EastOut of playoffs
1985–867225443294375536th EastLost East Division semi-final
1986–877238313366321794th EastLost East Division semi-final
1987–887218522308458388th EastOut of playoffs
1988–897227423318372576th EastLost East Division semi-final
1989–907228413287330598th EastOut of playoffs
1990–917231392336369646th EastLost East Division semi-final
1991–927233363279316696th EastLost East Division quarter-final
1992–937227423277346578th EastOut of playoffs
1993–947221483269361459th EastOut of playoffs
1994–957239321315275794th EastLost East Division semi-final
1995–967218495223331416th EastOut of playoffs
1996–977236297278240794th EastLost East Division semi-final
1997–9872233910235281565th EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
1998–-997239312292262803rd EastLost Eastern Conference semi-final
1999–0072253494221259633rd EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2000–0172342945287291773rd EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2001–0272303462226239683rd EastLost Eastern Conference semi-final
2002–03723622113266208862nd EastLost Eastern Conference semi-final
2003–0472412281209172911st EastLost Eastern Conference semi-final
2004–05721447101182282394th EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
SeasonGP W L OTL SOLGF GA PointsFinishPlayoffs
2005–0672442053278205961st EastLost final
2006–0772284130217271595th EastOut of playoffs
2007–0872372168229214884th EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2008–0972195012198352416th EastOut of playoffs
2009–1072332758243247784th EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2010–1172402624245240862nd EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2011–1272451962258213981st EastLost Eastern Conference final
2012–1372253647182249614th EastOut of playoffs
2013–1472214236202283515th EastOut of playoffs
2014–1572323541221266694th EastOut of playoffs
2015–1672362772249231813rd EastLost Eastern Conference semi-final
2016–1772422181255219932nd EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final
2017–18725215233262161091st EastLost Eastern Conference semi-final
2018–1968402062234192883rd EastLost Eastern Conference quarter-final

WHL Championship history

Current roster

Updated December 9, 2019.[1]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Drafted
4 Eric Alarie LW L 16 2018 Winnipeg, Manitoba Eligible 2021
14 Carter Anderson C L 17 2017 Brandon, Manitoba Eligible 2020
34 Cayde Augustine D L 18 2019 Airdrie, Alberta Eligible 2020
1 Jackson Berry G L 17 2017 Chestermere, Alberta Eligible 2020
12 Kyle Crosbie C R 18 2019 Didsbury, Alberta Undrafted
39 Adam Evanoff G R 19 2015 Penticton, British Columbia Undrafted
21 Drae Gardiner D R 18 2016 Calgary, Alberta Undrafted
15 Owen Hardy (C) LW L 20 2019 Nanaimo, British Columbia Undrafted
16 Chase Hartje D L 19 2019 Bemidji, Minnesota Undrafted
17 Cade Hayes C L 17 2017 Eatonia, Saskatchewan Eligible 2020
3 David Homola D L 18 2019 Nove Mesto na Morave, Czech Republic Eligible 2020
10 Daemon Hunt (A) D L 17 2017 Brandon, Manitoba Eligible 2020
37 Cole Jordan D R 17 2018 Winnipeg, Manitoba Eligible 2021
11 Bryden Kiesman LW L 17 2019 Winnipeg, Manitoba Eligible 2020
6 Cory King D R 17 2017 Souris, Manitoba Eligible 2020
14 Ryder Korczak (A) C R 17 2019 Yorkton, Saskatchewan Eligible 2021
13 Peyton McKenzie RW R 17 2017 Sherwood Park, Alberta Eligible 2020
2 Braden Miller D L 17 2018 Sherwood Park, Alberta Eligible 2020
33 Brett Mirwald G L 16 2018 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Eligible 2021
29 Kobe Mohr LW L 20 2019 Lloydminster, Alberta Undrafted
18 Tate Popple C L 19 2016 Brandon, Manitoba Undrafted
19 Kade Runke RW R 17 2019 Grunthal, Manitoba Eligible 2020
20 Alek Suknda D R 18 2016 Burnaby, British Columbia Undrafted
7 Brayden Tracey (A) LW L 18 2016 Calgary, Alberta 2019, 29th Overall, ANA
21 Garrett Wright LW L 18 2019 Mesa, Arizona Undrafted
27 Libor Zabransky D R 19 2019 Brno, Czech Republic Undrafted

Team records

Team records for a single season
StatisticTotalSeason
Most points982011–12
Most wins452011–12
Most goals for3661986–87
Fewest points for392004–05
Fewest wins for142004–05
Fewest goals for1822004–05
Fewest goals against1722003–04
Most goals against4581987–88
Individual player records for a single season
StatisticPlayerTotalSeason
Most goalsBlair Atcheynum701988–89
Most assistsTheoren Fleury921987–88
Most pointsTheoren Fleury1601987–88
Most points, rookieMark MacKay1401984–85
Most points, defencemanScott Schoneck761998–99
Best GAA, goalieMike Brodeur2.112003–04
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played

NHL Alumni

List of Moose Jaw Warriors alumni to have played in the National Hockey League.[2]

NLL alumni

Retired numbers

Mascot

Mortimer "Morty" J. Moose is the current Warriors Mascot. His Initials (MJ) pay homage to the home city. Mortimer is the 3rd installment of the Warriors Mascot, after "Tommy Hawk", and the inaugural "Puck Head".

See also

References

  1. WHL Network, Western Hockey League, retrieved 2019-12-09
  2. Legends of Hockey player search
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