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|Home arena||Fox Valley Ice Arena|
|Colors||Black, Red, Gray|
|Owner(s)||Mark Hammersmith & Dick Glass|
|Head coach||Steve Pronger (NAHL)|
The Chicago Hitmen were a Junior A Tier II ice hockey team based out of Rolling Meadows, Illinois. The Hitmen played in the North American Hockey League's Midwest Division from 2010-2012. The team first played in the 1,000 seat West Meadows Ice Arena. But they finished in the Fox Valley Ice Arena On June 4th, 2010 the team announced that Steve Pronger was signed as head coach, Pronger comes to the Hitmen after serving as the head coach of the Chicago Blaze of the AAHL. The Hitmen will not compete in the NAHL in the 2012-2013 season 
Regular Season Records Edit
|2010-2011||58||9||45||4||22||132||286||883||7th in North|
|2011-2012||60||13||42||5||31||166||310||1,106||5th in MidWest|
Playoff Records Edit
|2011||Did Not Qualify|
|2012||Did Not Qualify|
NA3HL Jr. A Tier IIIEdit
The Hitmen began as the Chicago Force of the Central States Hockey League. That team will continue to operate alongside the NAHL's Hitmen, and will also take on the Hitmen name for 2010-11. In November 2010 the CSHL fell under the direction of the NAHL and changed its name to the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL).
GLJHL Jr. B Tier IIIEdit
The Hitmen will also field a team in the Great Lakes Junior Hockey League (GLJHL). The team previously played at the Tier III Jr. C level as the Chicago Huskies and plays at the International Ice Center in Romeoville, Illinois. The league advanced to the Tier III Jr. B level beginning in the 2010-11 season.
|North American Hockey League|
|East Division||Aston Rebels • Janesville Jets • Johnstown Tomahawks • New Jersey Jr Titans • Springfield Jr. Blues • Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights|
|South Division||Amarillo Bulls • Corpus Christi IceRays • Lone Star Brahmas • Odessa Jackalopes • Topeka Roadrunners • Wichita Falls Wildcats|
|Central Division||Aberdeen Wings • Austin Bruins • Brookings Blizzard • Bismarck Bobcats • Minot Minotauros|
|Midwest Division||Coulee Region Chill • Fairbanks Ice Dogs • Kenai River Brown Bears • Minnesota Magicians • Minnesota Wilderness|
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