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Danbury Mad Hatters
Danbury Mad Hatters
City: Danbury, Connecticut
League: Eastern Professional Hockey League
Founded: 2008
Home Arena: Danbury Ice Arena
Colors: Black, Red
Owner(s): Majority:
Tim Kolpien
Minority:
Curtis Russell
General Manager: Brendan Tedstone
Head Coach: Dave MacIsaac
Media: The News-Times
Franchise history
2008 to 2009: Danbury Mad Hatters
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 0

The Danbury Mad Hatters were a professional ice hockey team based in Danbury, Connecticut at the 2,100-seat Danbury Ice Arena. The Mad Hatters were a member of the Eastern Professional Hockey League.

The Mad Hatters name refers Danbury's nickname as the "Hat City." The city was the former center of the hat industry, at one point producing 25% of America's hats. The "mad" was added to the nickname to differentiate the team from the athletic teams of Danbury High School, and also as a reference to the common colloquial expression, "mad like a hatter.[1]

The team is owned by Col. Tim Kolpien of Corning, New York. On June 10, 2008, the team announced that former Danbury Trashers defenceman Dave MacIssac would be the head coach of the Mad Hatters.[2]

HistoryEdit

2008-2009Edit

The Danbury Mad Hatters were founded in 2008 as an Eastern Professional Hockey League expansion team. The Mad Hatters had on-ice success during their first season, as they finished their inaugural regular season at 30-18-0-2, finished 3rd and missing the playoffs by 4 pts. They also finished 2nd in attendance with average attendance 984.[3]

RosterEdit

Forwards
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight Place of Birth
4 Flag of the United States Drew Madeiros C L 6' 0" 200 lbs. Tewksbury, Massachusetts, USA
5 Flag of the United States Ryan Stern C L 5' 11" 185 lbs. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
9 Flag of the United States Bobby Pauls LW R 5' 9" 160 lbs. Harrison, New York, USA
12 Flag of the United States Scott Horvath C R 6'2" 225 lbs. West Redding, Connecticut, USA
15 Flag of the United States Erik Kent RW R 5' 11" 198 lbs. Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA
21 Flag of the United States Stephen Schofield LW R 6' 2" 185 lbs. Sherman Oaks, California, USA
25 Flag of the United States Brian Hannafin RW R 5' 9" 170 lbs. Medford, Massachusetts, USA
27 Flag of the United States Obi Aduba LW L 6' 1" 210 lbs. Walpole, Massachusetts, USA
33 Flag of the United States Matt Cosmos RW R 6' 0" 215 lbs. Middlebury, Connecticut, USA
33 Flag of the United States Jason Michaelson F R 6' 3" 250 lbs. Newton, Connecticut, USA
<center>Defensemen
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight Place of Birth
14 Flag of the United States Dan Hickman D L 5' 9" 190 lbs. Hamden, Connecticut, USA
17 Flag of Canada Shawn Breaker D R 6' 0" 205 lbs. Strathmore, Alberta, Canada
22 Flag of the United States Jonathan Loundsbury D R 5' 10" 175 lbs. Winthrop, Massachusetts, USA
23 Flag of the United States Alex Redmond D R 6' 2" 205 lbs. San Jose, California, USA
44 Flag of Canada Chad Jones D L 6' 1" 210 lbs. Wiarton, Ontario, Canada
<center>Goaltenders
# Player Pos. Catches Height Weight Place of Birth
1 Flag of the United States Derek MacIntyre G R 6' 2" 211 lbs. Stanwood, Michigan, USA
32 Flag of the United States Jeff Hill G R 5' 8" 160 lbs. Cranston, Rhode Island, USA

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See alsoEdit


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