Founded in 1983 as the Anaheim Jr. Ducks, the original franchise is the longest tenured team in the Western States Hockey League. Led by Don Thorne from 1993-96 the team won the first two WSHL championships.
Ownership was transferred to Ron White and Bombers Hockey Group, Inc. before the 1996-97 season and the team was rebranded the Southern California Jr. Bombers. The team was renamed the Bay City Bombers in 2006 then the Long Beach Bombers in 2010.
The team reign in Long Beach came to an end in 2019. With the WSHL expanding into Alberta the Barrhead Bombers were announced on June 28. White continued as majority owner for the 2019-20 season until local ownership could be secured. The team would win 12 games, finishing in third place of the WSHL Provincial Division. The Bombers were to face the second place Hinton Timberwolves in the divisional playoff before the season was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty of different regional restrictions the WSHL cancelled the 2020-21 season.
In July of 2021 the last remaining original franchise packed its bags and announced its intentions to move to Medford, Oregon. The team was then renamed the Rogue Valley Royals.
Barrhead Bombers 2.0
With local ownership in place the "new" Barrhead Bombers were formed for 2021-22. New owner Aly Virani was granted the naming rights to keep the Bombers name.
The new team won its first game in its history on October 29, 2021 by defeating Hinton 6-4 at the Agrena.
Barrhead was one of six teams that left the WSHL in January 2022 to form the new Can-Am Junior Hockey League.
Barrhead Bombers home rink is the Barrhead Agrena.