|City||Almonte, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Almonte Community Center Arena|
|Colours||Red, black, white|
|General manager||Jeff Hawkins|
|Head coach||Bill White|
The Almonte Thunder were granted expansion into the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League in 2009. The Thunder fill the void in the league left when the Carleton Place Kings were promoted to the Central Junior Hockey League.
At the conclusion of the 2014-15 season, the league announced it was re-organizing to be more of a direct developmental league to the Central Canada Hockey League and renamed the league Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2. Initially, the league was to down size to twelve teams (one feeder club for each Tier 1 team), however it reduced to 16 teams, eliminating 6 of the current franchises, including the Akwesasne Wolves, Almonte Thunder, Gananoque Islanders, Gatineau Mustangs, Morrisburg Lions, and Shawville Pontiacs.
|2009-10||45||16||27||2||0||136||230||34||4th EO Valley||Lost Division S-Final|
|2010-11||42||21||18||2||1||165||163||45||3rd EO Valley||Lost Division S-Final|
|2011-12||42||15||19||5||3||186||212||38||3rd EO Valley|
|2012-13||41||15||22||3||1||137||183||34||5th EO Valley||DNQ|
|2013-14||41||18||16||2||5||149||171||43||2nd EO Valley||Lost Conf. Final|
|2014-15||40||11||27||1||1||121||217||24||5th EO Valley||did not qualify|
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