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Kalamazoo Jr. Wings
City: Kalamazoo, Michigan
League: North American Hockey League
Founded: 1988
Operated: 1989-1994
Colors: Purple, teal, and black
              
Franchise history
1988–1989: Western Michigan Wolves (NAHL)
1989–1994: Kalamazoo Jr. Wings (NAHL)
1994–2003: Danville Wings (NAHL)
2003–2004: Danville Wings (USHL)
2004–present: Indiana Ice (USHL)

The Kalamazoo Jr. Wings were a junior hockey team based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The team played in the North American Hockey League from 1989-90 to 1994 season. The team was rebranded from the the Western Michigan Wolves for the 1989-90 season. The team was then sold and relocated to Danville, Illinois where they were renamed the Danville Wings for the 1994-95 season.


Season RecordsEdit

Season GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
Western Michigan Wolves
1988-89 40 12 22 6 30 187 226 N/A 3rd, West N/A
Kalamazoo Jr. Wings
1989-90 44 27 11 6 60 256 197 N/A 1st, West N/A
1990-91 40 26 8 6 58 N/A N/A N/A 1st, West Champions
1991-92 41 15 22 4 34 168 193 N/A 3rd, West N/A
1992-93 40 31 6 3 65 230 124 N/A 1st, West Champions
1993-94 44 26 17 1 53 210 190 N/A 1st, West N/A
Danville Wings (NAHL)
1994-95 43 13 28 2 28 152 229 N/A 7th N/A
1995-96 46 14 29 3 31 158 220 N/A 7th N/A
1996-97 46 26 16 4 56 221 165 N/A 4th N/A
1997-98 56 31 20 5 67 233 218 N/A 4th N/A
1998-99 56 17 34 5 39 163 217 1,112 8th N/A
1999-00 56 36 13 7 79 201 175 1,744 2nd, West Champions
2000-01 56 37 15 4 78 219 144 1,603 2nd, West N/A
2001-02 56 26 22 8 60 168 162 1,274 2nd, West N/A
2002-03 56 30 19 7 67 198 157 1,532 3rd, West N/A
Danville Wings (USHL)
2003-04 60 29 23 8 66 171 178 1,309 3rd, East lost in 2nd Round
2004: team became Indiana Ice

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