Norfolk Rebels


Norfolk Rebels
Norfolk Rebels
Norfolk Rebels
Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League
City Port Dover, Ontario
Waterford, Ontario
Founded 1988
Division McConnell
Franchise history 1988-1999: Port Dover Clippers
1999-2011: Port Dover Sailors
2011-Present: Norfolk Rebels
Head Coach Canada Chris Gill
General Manager Canada John Slade
Arena Port Dover Arena
Team Colors Blue, Red, and White
              
League Champions None
OHA Cups None


The Norfolk Rebels are a Canadian junior hockey team based in Port Dover and Waterford, Ontario, Canada. They play in the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association.

History

The Port Dover Clippers were founded in 1988 as members of the Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League. The Clippers were in the Western Division with the Simcoe Storm and Woodstock Navy-Vets.

In 1999, the Clippers took leave of the Niagara District league. Clippers changed their name to the Port Dover Sailors and applied for membership in the Ontario Hockey Association Junior Development League.

In 2006, the OHAJDL changed its name to the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League, the Sailors still compete in this league.

In spring 2010, the team executive canvassed for a coach to help build the team from the bottom up. Chris Gill, a Hamilton native and veteran competitive hockey coach was selected for the vacant job.

For the 2011-12 season, the team will be known as the Norfolk Rebels and split time between Port Dover and Waterford.

Season-by-season record

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results
1988-89 40 19 13 8 - -- -- 46 3rd NJC-E
1989-90 40 29 8 3 - -- -- 61 1st NJC-E
1990-91 36 22 10 4 - 237 152 48 1st NJC-E
1991-92 36 23 8 5 - 195 145 51 2nd NJC-E
1992-93 36 12 16 8 - 157 181 32 3rd NJC-W
1993-94 36 21 11 4 - 176 144 46 2nd NJC-W
1994-95 36 19 14 3 - 195 171 41 4th NJC-W
1995-96 40 13 23 4 - 163 237 30 4th NJC-W
1996-97 40 1 37 0 2 78 287 4 6th NJC-W
1997-98 38 2 35 0 1 106 239 5 6th NJC-W
1998-99 35 4 30 - 1 -- -- 9 6th NJC-W
1999-00 38 10 25 1 2 140 242 23 15th OHAJDL
2000-01 40 10 26 0 4 -- -- 24 16th OHAJDL
2001-02 40 8 27 4 1 100 212 21 18th OHAJDL
2002-03 40 11 27 1 1 126 187 24 18th OHAJDL
2003-04 40 16 22 1 1 127 148 34 14th OHAJDL
2004-05 40 21 13 3 3 135 129 48 8th OHAJDL
2005-06 37 10 21 4 2 127 167 26 14th OHAJDL
2006-07 42 8 30 0 4 96 232 20 15th SOJHL
2007-08 42 12 27 - 3 115 218 27 14th SOJHL
2008-09 40 11 20 - 9 107 172 31 12th SOJHL
2009-10 36 3 32 - 1 91 223 7 15th SOJHL
2010-11 35 1 31 - 3 83 229 5 15th SOJHL

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