Rockford IceHogs

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Rockford IceHogs
2018–19 AHL season
Rockford IceHogs.svg
City Rockford, Illinois
League American Hockey League
Conference Western
Division Central
Founded 1995
Operated 2007–present
Home arena BMO Harris Bank Center
Colors Red, black, white
              
Owner(s) City of Rockford
General manager Mark Bernard
Head coach Derek King (interim)
Media WIFR 23.3 (Justice Network)
104.9 The X
Affiliates Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Indy Fuel (ECHL)
Website IceHogs.com
Franchise history
1995–1997 Baltimore Bandits
1997–2005 Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
2007–present Rockford IceHogs

The Rockford IceHogs are a professional ice hockey team based in Rockford, Illinois. They are members of the American Hockey League (AHL), having begun play in the League starting in the 2007–08 season. The team plays their home games at the BMO Harris Bank Center, and they serve as the top minor league affiliate of the National Hockey League (NHL)'s Chicago Blackhawks.

History

The current Rockford IceHogs were founded in 1995 as the Baltimore Bandits and then relocated in 1997 to Cincinnati to become the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. The Cincinnati Mighty Ducks suspended operations for the 2005–06 season due to the lack of an NHL affiliate after their previous affiliates, the Detroit Red Wings and the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, signed new agreements with the Grand Rapids Griffins and the Portland Pirates, respectively. The franchise was later renamed the Cincinnati RailRaiders, but failed to reach a goal of 2,000 season tickets to re-enter the AHL for the 2006–07 season. On March 19, 2007, the AHL announced that the team had been purchased and relocated them to Rockford to become the present-day Rockford IceHogs.

Timeline

The franchise was previously known as
The market was previously served by

Season-by-season results

Players

Current roster

Updated October 25, 2018.[1][2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
25 Slovakia Radovan Bondra RW L 21 2017 Trebisov, Slovakia IceHogs
17 United States Terry Broadhurst LW L 29 2018 Orland Park, Illinois IceHogs
2 Canada Andrew Campbell (A) D L 30 2018 Caledonia, Ontario Blackhawks
23 Sweden Lucas Carlsson D L 21 2018 Gävle, Sweden Blackhawks
32 Sweden Carl Dahlstrom D L 23 2016 Stockholm, Sweden Blackhawks
1 United States Collin Delia G L 24 2017 Rancho Cucamonga, California Blackhawks
39 Sweden Victor Ejdsell C L 23 2018 Karlstad, Sweden Blackhawks
31 Sweden Anton Forsberg G L 25 2018 Härnösand, Sweden Blackhawks
19 Sweden Gustav Forsling D L 22 2017 Linköping, Sweden Blackhawks
8 United States Dennis Gilbert D L 22 2018 Buffalo, New York Blackhawks
9 Canada Matthew Highmore C L 22 2017 Halifax, Nova Scotia Blackhawks
22 United States Blake Hillman D R 22 2018 Elk River, Minnesota Blackhawks
11 United States Matt Iacopelli RW L 24 2017 Brownstown, Michigan Blackhawks
49 Canada Graham Knott LW L 21 2017 Etobicoke, Ontario Blackhawks
45 United States Anthony Louis C L 23 2017 Winfield, Illinois Blackhawks
21 Sweden Jacob Nilsson C L 25 2018 Stockholm, Sweden Blackhawks
20 Canada Nathan Noel C R 21 2017 St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador Blackhawks
16 Canada William Pelletier LW L 25 2017 Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Quebec IceHogs
24 Canada Darren Raddysh D R 22 2017 Caledon, Ontario Blackhawks
5 United States Henrik Samuelsson C R 24 2018 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania IceHogs
10 United States Jordan Schroeder (A) LW R 28 2018 Lakeville, Minnesota Blackhawks
15 Canada Dylan Sikura LW L 23 2018 Aurora, Ontario Blackhawks
28 Canada Tyler Sikura (A) LW L 26 2017 Aurora, Ontario Blackhawks
4 United States Luc Snuggerud D L 23 2017 Eden Prairie, Minnesota Blackhawks
36 Finland Joni Tuulola D L 22 2018 Hameenlinna, Finland Blackhawks
42 Canada Brett Welychka C R 24 2018 London, Ontario IceHogs

Team captains

Notable alumni

Team records

Regular season

Goals: Troy Brouwer: 35 (2007–08)
Assists: Martin St. Pierre: 67 (2007–08)
Points: Martin St. Pierre: 88 (2007–08)
Plus/minus: Stephen Johns: 30 (2014–15)
Penalty minutes: Kyle Hagel: 245 (2010–11)
Goaltending wins: Corey Crawford: 29 (2007–08)
GAA: Scott Darling: 2.20 (2014–15)
SV%: Scott Darling: 0.927 (2014-15)

Post-season

Goals: Kris Versteeg: 6 (2007–08)
Assists: Martin St. Pierre: 12 (2007–08)
Points: Martin St. Pierre: 14 (2007–08)
Plus/minus: Jim Fahey: 10 (2007–08)
Penalty minutes: Mike Blunden: 35 (2007–08)
Goaltending wins: Corey Crawford: 7 (2007–08)
GAA: Corey Crawford: 2.19 (2007–08)
SV%: Corey Crawford: 0.924 (2007–08)

References

  1. ^ "Rockford IceHogs – Team roster". Rockford IceHogs. Retrieved 2016-03-23.
  2. ^ "Rockford IceHogs Roster". American Hockey League. Retrieved 2015-10-10.

External links

  • Official website
  • Official Twitter
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