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Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
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City: Cincinnati, Ohio
League: American Hockey League
Operated: 1997 to 2005
Home Arena: Cincinnati Gardens
Colors: Eggplant and Jade
Affiliates: Detroit Red Wings
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
Franchise history
1995 to 1997: Baltimore Bandits
1997 to 2005: Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
2005 to 2007: Cincinnati RailRaiders
2007 to present: Rockford IceHogs

The Cincinnati Mighty Ducks were a team in the American Hockey League. They played in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, at the Cincinnati Gardens.

HistoryEdit

The Cincinnati Mighty Ducks were granted a voluntary suspension for the 2005–06 season due to the lack of an NHL affiliate after previous affiliates Detroit Red Wings and the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim signed new agreements with the Grand Rapids Griffins and the Portland Pirates, respectively. In October 2005 the team was renamed the Cincinnati RailRaiders. They were seeking an affiliation agreement for a return in 2006–07, but failed to reach a goal of 2,000 season tickets sold to become re-active.

On October 3, 2006, it was reported that a Windsor, Ontario, based company been granted conditional approval to purchase and relocate the team however that deal fell through. On March 19, 2007, however, the AHL announced that the team had been purchased, and moved to Rockford, Illinois, to become the Rockford IceHogs (which was the name of a United Hockey League franchise).

The market was previously served by:

The team was replaced in this market by:

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Season Games WonLostTiedOTLSOLPoints Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1997–98 80233713 7 662433034th, Mid-Atlantic
1998–99 803539 4 2 762272494th, Mid-Atlantic
1999–00 803037 9 4 732272445th, Mid-Atlantic
2000–01 804126 9 4 952542402nd, South
2001–02 80333311 3 802162113rd, Central
2002–03 80263513 6 712022423rd, Central
2003–04 80293713 1 721882115th, West
2004–05 804431 4 1 932061913rd, West

PlayoffsEdit

SeasonPrelim1st round2nd round3rd roundFinals
1997–98 Out of Playoffs
1998–99 L, 0–3, Philadelphia
1999–00 Out of Playoffs
2000–01 L, 1–3, Norfolk
2001–02 L, 1–2, Chicago
2002–03 Out of Playoffs
2003–04 W, 2–0, Houston L, 3–4, Milwaukee
2004–05 W, 4–3, Milwaukee L, 1–4, Chicago

Notable playersEdit

Team recordsEdit

Single seasonEdit

Goals: 42 Bob Wren(1997–98)
Assists: 59 Craig Reichert (1997–98)
Points: 100 Bob Wren (1997–98)
Penalty minutes: 319 Shane O'Brien (2004–05)
GAA: 2.07 Frederic Cassivi (2004–05)
SV%: .924 Frederic Cassivi (2004–05)

CareerEdit

Career goals: 113 Bob Wren
Career assists: 186 Bob Wren
Career points: 299 Bob Wren
Career penalty minutes: 482 Shane O'Brien
Career goaltending wins: 76 Ilya Bryzgalov
Career shutouts: 19 Ilya Bryzgalov
Career games: 277 Bob Wren

External linksEdit


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