|City||Cumberland, Ottawa, Canada|
|League||National Capital Junior Hockey League|
|Home arena||Ray Friel Recreation Complex|
|Colours||Red, white, blue,|
|General manager||Dale Murdoch (2017–18)|
|Head coach||Dale Murdoch (2017–18)|
The Cumberland Bandits are a junior ice hockey team based in Cumberland, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. They are members of the National Capital Junior Hockey League but are inactive for the 2018–19 season.
In 2008, the ownership of the Casselman Stars of the Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League (EOJCHL) and the town of Casselman were awarded a franchise within the Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League. The new team became the Casselman Vikings. As a result, they sold their interests in the EOJCHL Casselman Stars to Claude Pothier from Navan. In 2008, the team became known as the Cumberland Bandits and played their home games out of Ray Friel in Orleans. In 2010, Claude Pothier sold the franchise to the Bedard family. The EOJCHL also rebranded as the National Capital Junior Hockey League (NCJHL) in 2010.
The Bandits have grown to include the junior C team, nine AAA spring hockey clubs, and one amateur men's team.
On June 15, 2018, the NCJHL announced the Bandits would not participate in the 2018–19 season.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|2008–09||34||21||10||—||3||216||158||45||2nd EOJCHL||Lost Semifinal|
|2009–10||34||19||14||—||1||137||130||39||3rd EOJCHL||Lost Quarterfinal|
|2010–11||34||19||12||—||3||146||120||41||3rd NCJHL||Lost Semifinal|
|2011–12||32||21||10||—||1||133||104||43||2nd NCJHL||Lost Semifinal|
|2012–13||34||24||6||—||4||143||101||52||2nd NCJHL||Won League|
|2013–14||32||14||15||—||3||105||122||31||5th NCJHL||Lost Quarterfinal|
|2014–15||32||14||12||—||6||132||135||34||6th NCJHL||Won Quarterfinal, 4–3 (Cougars)|
Lost Semifinal, 0–4 (Panthers)
|2015–16||34||17||16||—||1||145||137||35||4th of 5 North
7th of 10 NCJHL
|Lost Div Semifinal, 1–4 (Vikings)|
|2016–17||32||16||16||—||—||144||129||32||6th of 9 NCJHL||Lost Quarterfinal, 2–4 (Rockets)|
|2017–18||33||21||11||1||—||150||96||43||4th of 12 NCJHL||Lost Quarterfinal, 3–4 (Eagles)|
|Best Defenceman||2015||Matt Hamelin|
|Best Defensive Forward||2014||Remi Leclerc|
|Playoff MVP||2013||Benoit Harris|
|Regular Season MVP||2009||Andrew Newell|
|Most Sportsmanlike Player||2012||Simon Forgues|
|Coach(es) of the Year||2013||Richard Julien and staff|
|Executive(s) of the Year||2011||Executive Staff|
|Regular Season Champions||2009 (East Division)|