|City||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Westwood Arena|
|Colours||Blue, gold, and white|
|General manager||Mark Joslin (2016–present)|
|2008–2009||Upper Canada HC|
|2009–2011||Upper Canada Patriots|
|2011–2014||Toronto Lakeshore Patriots|
In 1996, the Quinte Hawks of Deseronto, Ontario were granted expansion into the Metro Junior A Hockey League. David Frost was brought in to coach the team. Frost faced criminal charges in 2008 for his conduct for his time with the team, but was acquitted. Frost brought with him Mike Jefferson and Sheldon Keefe. Although both would play in the National Hockey League, Jefferson (later changed to Danton) would become famous for a mysterious murder-for-hire plot that targeted Frost and landed him in prison.
In 1998, the Metro Junior A Hockey League folded and merged with the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. The Hawks moved into the OPJHL but were relocated to Bancroft, Ontario. In nine seasons, the Bancroft Hawks would never celebrate a winning season.
Upper Canada (2008–present)Edit
In the summer of 2008, a group of Toronto-based businessmen bought the rights to the Bancroft franchise, renamed the team the Upper Canada Hockey Club and moved the team to North York. The club had a working relationship with Upper Canada College but was not directly affiliated. Despite owning the franchise that used to be the Hawks, no member of the UCHC was involved with the manifestations of the franchise in either Deseronto or Bancroft.
The Upper Canada Hockey Club's first game was an 8-5 loss to the Seguin Bruins on September 6, 2008. The team's first win was at home against the Villanova Knights, 5-4 on September 14, 2008. In 2009, the team changed their name to the Patriots and moved to Etobicoke, Toronto. Two seasons later they became the Toronto Lakeshore Patriots. In 2011, the Patriots had their best season yet when they finished 3rd in the South Division and making it to the Conference Finals, eventually losing to the Whitby Fury.
During the 2014–15 season, the Toronto Patriots won the Buckland Cup for the second year straight. They advanced to the Dudley Hewitt Cup tournament, but were eventually eliminated by the Fort Frances Lakers.
|1996-97||50||34||13||3||-||280||143||71||5th Metro A|
|1997-98||49||23||24||2||-||213||222||48||8th Metro A|
|2005-06||49||11||35||1||2||144||282||25||9th OPJHL-E||Lost Conf. QF|
|2007-08||Did Not Participate|
|Upper Canada Hockey Club|
|Upper Canada Patriots|
|2010-11||50||28||20||-||2||179||184||58||4th OJHL-S||Lost Round of 16|
|Toronto Lakeshore Patriots|
|2011-12||49||27||17||-||5||199||169||59||3rd OJHL-S||Lost Conf. Final|
|2013-14||53||35||12||-||6||196||145||76||1st OJHL-S||Won League, Won DHC|
|2014-15||54||35||18||0||1||185||134||71||1st OJHL-S||Won League, Lost in SF DHC|
|2015-16||54||18||28||1||7||177||158||44||5th of 6 South Div
9th of 11 SW Conf
18th of 22 OJHL
|2016-17||54||29||23||0||2||182||173||60||4th of 6 South Div
9th of 11 SW Conf
13th of 22 OJHL
|Lost Conf. Quarters, 1-3 (B. Cougars)|
|2017-18||54||40||8||3||3||260||144||86||1st of 6 South Div
1st of 11 SW Conf
1st of 22 OJHL
|Won Conf. Quarters, 4-0 (Flyers)|
Won Conf. Semis 4-3 (Blades)
Lost Conf. Finals 3-4 (Raiders)
Dudley Hewitt CupEdit
|Year||Round-robin||Record||Standing||Semifinal||Gold medal game|
|2014||W, Fort Frances Lakers 4–1
W, Kirkland Lake Gold Miners 4–1
L, Wellington Dukes 3–5
|2–1–0||2nd of 4||W, Fort Frances Lakers 6–0||W, Wellington Dukes 2–1|
Dudley Hewitt Cup Champions
|2015||OTL, Fort Frances Lakers 1–2
W, Dryden Ice Dogs 6–0
OTW, Soo Thunderbirds 4–3
|2–0–1||2nd of 4||L, Fort Frances Lakers 4–6||—|
Royal Bank CupEdit
Canadian Junior A National Championship
Dudley Hewitt Champions – Central, Fred Page Champions – Eastern, Western Canada Cup Champions – Western, Western Canada Cup – Runners-up and host
Round-robin play with top four advance to a semi-final and the winners to the championship game.
|Standing||Semifinal||Gold medal game|
|2014||L, Dauphin Kings 1–2
W, Yorkton Terriers 5–1
L, Carleton Place Canadians 2–4
OTL, Vernon Vipers 2–3
|1–0–1–2||5th of 5||Did not advance|
- 1997 Lost Semi-final
- Quinte Hawks defeated Wellington Dukes 4-games-to-1
- Third in round-robin quarter-final (4–2)
- Aurora Tigers defeated Quinte Hawks 4-games-to-2
- 1998 Lost Quarter-final
- Wexford Raiders defeated Quinte Hawks 3-games-to-none
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