Western Conference Champions: 86' 87' 95' 96' 10' | Sutherland Cup Champions: 87'

Sutherland Cup

St.Thomas Sutherland Cup Appearances

 

1962 – Waterloo Siskins defeated Barons (4-1)

1987 – Stars defeated Niagara Falls Canucks (4-0)

1995 – Stratford Cullitons defeated Stars (4-0)

1996 – Niagara Falls Canucks defeated Stars (4-2)

 

St.Thomas Hockey Club History

 

The old Barons joined the troubled original Western Jr. “B” League in 1961. When the league became the Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League in 1968, the Barons came with them and changed their name in 1970 to the Elgins. The Southern Ontario Junior A Hockey League was a Tier II Junior A ice hockey that lasted from the late 1960s until 1976 in Southern Ontario, Canada. …

In 1969, the Barons won the Western Ontario Junior “A” Championship. As per their league’s agreement with the Western Canada Hockey League, the Barons were shipped out to Flin Flon, Manitoba to face off against Bobby Clarke and the WCHL Champion Flin Flon Bombers is a best-of-7 series for National bragging rights. The Bombers won the first three games. The Barons forfeited game four, leaving during the second period and citing violent play by the Bombers — conceding the championship. The Western Hockey League is one of the three hockey Major Junior Tier I leagues which constitute the Canadian Hockey League. … Flin Flon, Manitoba-Saskatchewan (pop. … Robert Earle Bobby Clarke OC (born August 13, 1949 in Flin Flon, Manitoba) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player and former general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers. … The Flin Flon Bombers are a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) team based in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada. …

The Elgins folded in 1973, but resurrected in as the Colonels the next season in the Central Junior C Hockey League. In 1976, the team was moved up to the shortlived “Southwestern Ontario Junior “B” Hockey League”. When the Southwestern died, the Colonels jumped to the new “Western League” and changed their name to the Pests in 1980. As expected, the Pests was considered a horrible name and was changed to the Stars in 1984. The Stars are a consistent and strong team in the Western Ontario Jr B Hockey League, and compete to this day.