Cold Lake Ice

Cold Lake Ice, Bonnyville Alberta, USA
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City Cold Lake, Alberta
Home arena J.J. Parr Sports & Recreation Centre
Colours Powder Blue, Navy Blue, White
General manager Canada Paul Desjardins
Head coach Canada Paul Desjardins

Franchise history
?-present Cold Lake Ice

The Cold Lake Ice are a Junior "B" Ice Hockey team based in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. They are members of the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League (NEAJBHL). They play their home games at J.J. Parr Sports & Recreation Centre.


Team Info


The Ice have won one championship in their history.


The Ice's current captain is Craig Wowk.


# Player Position Shoots Hometown
1 Dustin Hyde Goaltender L Brandon, MB
2 Dallas Ansell (A) Center L Cold Lake, AB
3 Greg Bosse Defence R Ardmore, AB
4 Colin O'Brien Defence R Cold Lake, AB
5 Collin Campbell Defence R Bonnyville, AB
6 Sean Joly Defence L St.Paul, AB
7 Denis Cadrin Right Wing R Glendon, AB
10 Corey Lester (A) Right Wing R Kelowna, BC
11 Justin Zellweger (C) Center R Bonnyville, AB
15 Andy Thompson Center L Cold Lake, AB
16 Mike Bosse Left Wing R Ardmore, AB
17 Niko Bourget Right Wing R Bonnyville, AB
20 Ashton Restau Center R Bonnyville, AB
21 Craig Wowk Center L Lac La Biche, AB
22 Matt Weaver Center R Wetaskiwin, AB
26 Dylan Sharun Defence L Bonnyville, AB
30 Adam Folliott Goaltender L Cold Lake, AB
31 Derek Van Hienen Goaltender L Castor, AB
55 Derrick Joyal Defence R Cold Lake, AB
66 Kyle Szydlik Left Wing L Bonnyville, AB

Season Stats

2010-2011 season

This season seen the Ice reach the league finals for the first time in their history. They beat the Lloydminster Bandits to win the championship and advance to provincals.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
2010-11 33 29 2 1 59 230 81 923 1st, NEAJBHL NEAJBHL Champions, 4-0 (Bandits)

Awards and trophies

NEAJBHL Championship

  • 2010-11

Goaltender of the Year

  • Dustin Hyde: 2010-11

Most Gentleman

  • Sean Joly: 2010-11

Rookie of the Year

  • Dallas Ansell: 2010-11

See also

External links

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