2011/12 CJHL Semi Finalists
2010/11 CJHL League Champions
2011 Provincial Finalists
2009/10 CJHL League Finalist
2010 Provincial Champions
2010 Keystone Cup - Bronze Finalists
The Beaumont Chiefs won its first CJHL Championship back in 1989-90.
Before entering the CJHL the Chiefs played in the Alberta Rural Junior Hockey
League where they won back to back championships in the first
two years of existence.
The Beaumont Chiefs storied past is full of memorable moments
that are shared every five years with alumni celebrations that include
on ice games, a banquet and silent auction.
Our 25th anniversary slogan "25 Years of Tradition.....a Life Time of Memories"
exemplifies what it is to be a Beaumont Chief.
The organization's pride in its on ice tradition is exhibited each and every year
by honoring its fourth year graduating players with their jersey
framed upon graduation at the clubs annual banquet.
Notable allumni include country and western singer Aaron Lines,
Team 1260 Radio sport host Jason Gregor,
UFC Heavy Weight Fighter Tim "Thrashing Machine" Hague
and Jason Schmidt, Head Coach, Team Alberta of the
Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL).
The Beaumont Chiefs Jr. B Hockey organization was founded in 1985
and are in there 27th year of operation.
Last season the hockey club finished third in the strong East Division
of the Capital Junior Hockey League (CJHL) this past season with
a record of 27 wins, 10 losses, 1 overtime losses and finished
behind the Sherwood Park and Wetaskiwin. In the past seven years the Chiefs have finished
no worse than fourth overall, and have captured the
CJHL Challenge Cup (1st overall during regular season)
three times and have gone to the league finals and provincials
three times in the last four years.
Before winning the club's second Founders Cup League
Championship in 2010, the Chiefs 2009/10 team captured
the 2010 Provincial Jr. B Championship for the first time in Peace River.
They defeated the Whitecourt Wolverines in the final and were bronze medal finalists,
losing in overtime, in their first trip to the Keystone Cup last year in Kamloops B.C.
The 2010/11 Chiefs achieved silver in the Provincials Championship only
losing out to Blackfalds by a score of 2-1.