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Hampton Roads Admirals
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City: Norfolk, Virginia
League: ECHL
Founded: 1989
Home Arena: Norfolk Scope
Colors: Blue, Gold, White

              

Affiliates: Washington_Capitals(NHL)
Franchise history
1989 to 2000: Hampton Roads Admirals
Championships
Regular Season Titles: None
Division Championships: 1991, 1994
Kelly Cups: 1991, 1992, 1998

The Hampton Roads Admirals were an ice hockey team in the ECHL. They played in Norfolk, Virginia, USA at the Norfolk Scope.

HistoryEdit

The Hampton Roads Admirals were introduced in 1989 and developed a natural rivalry with the Virginia Lancers of Vinton, Virginia. However, a more intense rivalry formed when the Richmond Renegades began play in 1990. The Admirals were the flagship franchise of the ECHL, having won Jack Riley Cups in 1991 and 1992, and the Patrick J. Kelly Cup in 1998. The three championships won by the franchise is matched only by the South Carolina Stingrays. Two years later, the Admirals moved up to the American Hockey League.


Year-by-year recordEdit

ECHL

Year Div. GP W L T OTL Pts Pct GF GA PIM Coach Result
1989-90 East 60 29 29 0 2 60 0.483 252 267 1902 John Brophy Lost in round 1
1990-91 East 64 38 20 0 6 82 0.594 300 248 2131 John Brophy Won Championship
1991-92 East 64 42 20 0 2 86 0.656 298 220 2097 John Brophy Won Championship
1992-93 East 64 37 21 0 6 80 0.578 294 235 2441 John Brophy Lost in round 1
1993-94 East 68 41 19 0 8 90 0.603 298 246 2272 John Brophy Lost in round 2
1994-95 East 68 37 23 0 8 82 0.544 255 239 2522 John Brophy Lost in round 1
1995-96 East 70 32 25 0 13 77 0.457 278 265 2756 John Brophy Lost in round 1
1996-97 East 70 46 19 5 0 97 0.693 286 223 2256 John Brophy Lost in round 2
1997-98 Northeast 70 32 28 10 0 74 0.529 222 225 1902 John Brophy Won Championship
1998-99 Northeast 70 38 24 8 0 84 0.600 215 213 2147 John Brophy Lost in round 2
1999-00 Northeast 70 44 22 0 4 92 0.629 241 198 2189 John Brophy Lost in round 3


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Preceded by
Greensboro Monarchs
Riley Cup Champions
1990-91, 1991-92
Succeeded by
Toledo Storm
Preceded by
South Carolina Stingrays
Kelly Cup Champions
1997-98
Succeeded by
Mississippi Sea Wolves


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