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Elmira Jr. Jackals
City: Elmira, New York
League: Empire Junior Hockey League
Conference: None
Division: Western Division
Founded: 2007
Home Arena: First Arena
Colors: Navy Blue, Red, Silver, White

                   

Head Coach: Glenn Thomaris
Franchise history
2008 to present: Elmira Jr. "B" Jackals
Championships
Regular Season Titles: None
Division Championships: None
Conference Championships: None

The Elmira Junior Jackals joined as the 21st member team of the Empire Junior Hockey League. Former Elmira College Division III coach Glenn Thomaris will serve as head coach. The Elmira Junior Jackals play at the First Arena in Elmira, NY the home Elmira Jackals of the ECHL, an affiliate with the Ottawa Senators of the NHL[1][2]. The Jr. Jackals play in the American Conference in the West Division of the Empire Jr. Hockey League. The team was originally awarded as an expansion team on June 11, 2007 in the America East Hockey League but don't play in the league.

Regular season recordsEdit

Season GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Finish
2008-09 44 2 42 0 4 70 323 - 5th, West Division
2009-10 39 2 36 1 5 47 318 - 11th, West Division

Game NotesEdit

With the first win only hours past the Junior Jackals again faced off against the NY Coyotes only this time they knew what it felt like to win so they worked hard and again came out on top with a 4-1 victory. Anthony O'Malley was first to score for the Jackals on a power play pass from Drew Mitchell and Mike Kasel. Goal two was a shorthanded goal by Bobby Thomaris from Kevin Burke and Shane Long. Alex Walker scored goal number 3 on the powerplay from Ross Grippin. Jake Davenport put goal number 4 into the net from a powerplay pass by Mike Kasel. Max Glaser was strong in the net with 40 saves, allowing only one goal." It was a battle out there, and I am sure glad we won!" stated all-star forward Drew Mitchell.

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