Sherwood Metros

The Sherwood Metros (formerly the Sherwood Falcons) are a Canadian Junior C ice hockey team located in Sherwood, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. They play in the Prince Edward Island Junior C Hockey League.

Sherwood Metros
CitySherwood, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
LeaguePrince Edward Island Junior C Hockey League
Founded2015 (2015)-16
Home arenaCody Banks Arena
ColoursGold, Black, White
              
General manager Robert Maddix
Head coach Sherwyn MacArthur
Captain
Websitewww.peijuniorc.com/Sherwood
Franchise history
2005-2014Sherwood Falcons
2015-presentSherwood Metros

History

The Sherwood Falcons were founded in 2005, and have played in Charlottetown for their entire existence. They became defunct between 2009 and 2013, before being resurrected for the 2013-14 season. They were renamed the Metros in 2015.

Incident vs. Aces

In March 2013, in the final game of the season, a brawl erupted when, as handshakes were taking place, three players from the Sherwood Falcons crossed centre ice and charged the Aces' players.[1] The Aces had just won the game to advance to the league final. Eight players and two coaches were suspended beginning the next season.

Season by season


SeasonGPWLTOTLGFGAPResultsPlayoffs
2015-162815110211493323rd of 6 PEIJHLWon Quarters 3-0 (Flyers)
Lost Semifinals 1-3 (Sabres)
2016-1726176031471102372nd of 6 PEIJHL Quarterfinals bye
Won Semifinals 3-2 (Sabres)
Lost League Finals, 2-4 (Lynx)
2017-1828262--17572541st of 6 PEIJHL Quarterfinals bye
Won Semifinals 3-0 (Crunch)
Won Finals 4-3 (Aces)

League Champions
Advance to Maritime-Hockey North
2018-19262130216585441st of 4 PEIJHL Won Semifinals 4-2 (Crunch)
Lost League Finals, 1-4 (Aces)

Maritime-Hockey North Junior C Championship

Eastern Canada Jr C Championships

YearRound RobinRecordStandingSemiFinalBr. Med. GameGold Medal Game
2018 W, Baffin Blizzard 6-5
L, Spryfield Attack 1-4
W, South Side Lynx 5-1
OTW, Tri-County River Cats 4-3
3-1-02nd of 5W, Spryfield Attack 4-3n/aW, South Side Lynx 4-1
Maritime-Hockey North Champions

See also

References

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