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Peterborough Lakers Jr. A

Peterborough Lakers
Sport Box lacrosse
Founded 1961
League OLA Junior A Lacrosse League
Based in Peterborough, Ontario
Arena Peterborough Memorial Centre
Colours Blue, Green, and White
Head coach Sid Vilneff
General Manager Lee Vitarelli

The Peterborough Lakers are Junior "A" box lacrosse team from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. The Lakers play in the OLA Junior A Lacrosse League.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Season-by-season results 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

Season-by-season results

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
Season GP W L T GF GA PTS Placing Playoffs
1961 20 14 6 0 300 195 34 2nd OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup[1]
1962 20 19 1 0 295 158 38 1st OLA-A Lost Final
1963 24 3 21 0 197 323 6 8th OLA-A DNQ
1964 24 10 14 0 250 258 20 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1965 20 11 8 1 270 255 23 3rd OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1966 24 7 17 0 273 319 14 8th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1967 24 9 15 0 253 308 18 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1968 24 9 14 1 256 318 19 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1969 24 3 21 0 292 613 6 9th OLA-A DNQ
1970 28 12 16 0 334 356 24 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1971 30 19 11 0 450 389 38 2nd OLA-A Won League
1972 28 28 0 0 478 242 56 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1973 28 26 2 0 459 262 52 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1974 28 28 0 0 606 244 56 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1975 28 22 5 1 510 308 43 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1976 26 20 5 1 457 314 41 1st OLA-A East Lost Final
1977 22 15 6 1 318 252 31 4th OLA-A Lost Final
1978 30 21 9 0 486 356 42 2nd OLA-A East Lost Semi-final
1979 28 22 6 0 368 295 44 3rd OLA-A East Won League
1980 20 12 8 0 266 199 24 3rd OLA-A Lost Final
1981 20 20 0 0 342 162 40 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1982 20 17 3 0 354 143 34 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1983 22 21 1 0 360 144 42 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1984 24 21 3 0 408 225 42 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
1985 24 18 6 0 363 201 36 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
1986 20 20 0 0 347 145 40 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1987 25 25 0 0 454 149 50 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1988 24 23 1 0 405 152 46 1st OLA-A Won League
1989 24 20 3 1 304 165 41 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1990 20 17 3 0 242 171 34 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
1991 20 8 11 1 172 188 17 9th OLA-A DNQ
1992 20 8 11 1 223 237 17 9th OLA-A DNQ
1993 22 15 7 0 314 235 30 3rd OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1994 26 20 5 1 395 281 41 1st OLA-A East Lost Final
1995 20 12 8 0 228 186 24 5th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1996 20 10 10 0 222 216 20 4th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1997 18 11 7 0 219 190 22 4th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1998 22 11 11 0 243 247 22 7th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1999 20 12 8 0 227 229 24 5th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2000 20 9 11 0 186 202 18 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2001 20 11 9 0 191 189 22 6th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2002 20 14 6 0 209 161 28 3rd OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2003 20 10 10 0 208 188 20 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2004 20 9 11 0 180 194 18 7th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2005 22 15 7 0 224 193 30 4th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2006 22 12 10 0 232 188 24 5th OLA-A Lost final, Won Minto Cup
2007 18 10 7 1 154 143 21 5th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2008 22 10 10 2 147 171 22 7th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2009 22 11 11 0 225 217 22 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2010 22 9 13 0 196 205 18 8th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2011 22 13 8 1 210 198 27 5th OLA-A Lost Semi-Final
2012 20 14 5 1 240 201 29 4th OLA-A Lost Semi-Final
2013 20 11 9 0 229 192 22 6th OLA-A Lost Semi-Final
2014 20 12 8 0 225 201 24 5th OLA-A Lost Semi-Final
2015 20 15 5 0 211 175 30 2nd OLA-A Lost Final

References

  1. ^ Trent Hills Independent. "Lacrosse legends honoured in Hastings", August 22, 2013

External links

  • Lakers Webpage
  • The Bible of Lacrosse
  • Unofficial OLA Page


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