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Atlanta Gladiators
Atlanta Gladiators logo
City: Duluth, Georgia
League: ECHL
Conference: American Conference
Division: South Division
Founded: 2003
Home Arena: Arena at Gwinnett Center
Colors: Brick, black, bronze, white
General Manager: Steve Chapman
Head Coach: Jeff Pyle
Affiliates: Boston Bruins (NHL), Providence Bruins (AHL)
Franchise history
1995 to 2002: Mobile Mysticks
2003 to 2015: Gwinnett Gladiators
2015 to present: Atlanta Gladiators
Championships
Division Championships: 3 2005–06, 2011-12, 2012-13
Conference Championships: 1 2005–06

The Atlanta Gladiators are a minor league ice hockey team playing at the Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Georgia, United States. The team was originally the Mobile Mysticks who played in Mobile, Alabama from 1995 to 2002 and moved to Gwinnett County in 2003. The Gladiators are affiliated with Atlanta Thrashers of the NHL and the Chicago Wolves of the AHL. The Gladiators play in the Southern Division of the American Conference and have been one of the top teams in the ECHL since the franchise rights were transferred from Mobile to Duluth, appearing in the playoffs in all six seasons of their stint in Metropolitan Atlanta. The Gladiators made an appearance in the 2006 Kelly Cup Finals, losing to the Alaska Aces in five games. On September 9, 2015 the team announced they were changing their name to the Atlanta Gladiators to allow fans to identify the team as the metro Atlanta area team not just Gwinnett's. GwinnettGladiators

Season-by-season recordEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Season Games WonLostTiedOTLSOLPoints Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing Average attendance
2003–04724222 8 922481933rd, Central5,034
2004–05724024 1 7 882412023rd, South6,045
2005–06725015 0 71073042081st, South5,524
2006–07724124 5 2 892892563rd, South5,654
2007–08724423 2 3 932471983rd, South5,656
2008–09723135 1 5 682142464th, South5,559
2009–10723133 5 3 702432774th, South5,166
2010–11723034 3 5 682032504th, South5,128
2011–12724120 7 4 932142001st, South5,161[1]
2012–13724326 2 1 892111911st, South5,437
2013–147229383 2 632032275th, South5,171
2014–157220453 4 471742637th, East4,927
2015–167234315 2 751892244th, South4,943

PlayoffsEdit

SeasonWild Card Round
Conf. 1st round (2006–08)§
1st round
Conf. Quaterfinals
2nd round
Conf. Semifinals
3rd round
Conf. Finals
Kelly Cup Finals
2004 No WC game in Western Conf.W, 3–2, MIS W, 3–1, LOU L, 1–3, IDA
2005 W, 3–1, MIS L, 1–3, CHR
2006 BYEW, 3–0, SC W, 3–1, FLA W, 4–1, TOL L, 1–4, AK
2007 BYEL, 1–3, TX
2008 W, 3–0, CHR L, 2–3, SC
2009 L, 1–4, FLA
2010 Out of playoffs
2011 Out of playoffs
2012 L, 1–3, SC
2013 W, 4–0, SC L, 2–4, CIN
2014 Out of playoffs
2015 Out of playoffs
2016 Out of playoffs


Memorable players Edit

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Gwinnett Gladiators vs. Pensacola Ice Pilots

Played In NHL Edit

External linksEdit

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