|League:||United Hockey League|
|Operated:||1991 to 1998|
|Home Arena:||Brantford Civic Centre|
|1991 to 1998:||Brantford Smoke|
|1998 to 2002:||Asheville Smoke|
|Colonial Cups:||one (1992-93)|
The Brantford Smoke were a professional ice hockey team in the Colonial Hockey League, later the United Hockey League, now known as the International Hockey League. They played in Brantford, Ontario from 1991-92 (the league's inaugural season) until 1997-98, playing home games at the Brantford Civic Centre.
They won the Colonial Cup in 1993, beating the St. Thomas Wildcats in a series that included a bench brawl in a game in St. Thomas. In 1998 they moved to Asheville, North Carolina and became the Asheville Smoke.
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