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Michigan K-Wings
See also: Kalamazoo Wings

The Kalamazoo Wings (K-Wings) were an ice hockey team that began play in the International Hockey League for the 1974–1975 season. The team played in Wings Stadium for their entire IHL membership. While the team was originally known as the Kalamazoo Wings, most people shortened the name to K-Wings. On May 16, 1995, team owners changed the name of the team to the Michigan K-Wings, hoping to be able to compete for name recognition with the other teams in the IHL, which at the time was moving into larger markets such as Chicago. On April 17, 2000 the Dallas Stars announced that they were ending their affiliation agreement, and the franchise requested inactive status from the IHL. On July 27, 2000, the Madison Kodiaks of the United Hockey League announced that they were relocating to Kalamazoo for the 2000–2001 season, and would be known as the Kalamazoo Wings.

Team colors were originally red, white, and blue, but on June 1, 1988, they announced that they were going to change their colors to green, gold, black, and white in order to match the Minnesota North Stars, their NHL parent club.

ChampionshipsEdit

Year League Trophy
1979–1980 IHL Turner Cup
1978–1979 IHL Turner Cup
76-77KWings

StandingsEdit

Year GP W L T/OTL* PTS GF GA Pct Standings
1974–1975 75 17 53 5 39 203 318 .260 10 of 11
1975–1976 78 27 41 10 6 273 318 .410 8 of 9
1976–1977 78 38 27 13 89 325 290 .571 2 of 9
1977–1978 80 35 31 14 84 315 288 .525 4 of 9
1978–1979 80 40 28 12 92 368 327 .575 4 of 9
1979–1980 80 45 26 9 99 366 274 .619 1 of 10
1980–1981 82 52 20 10 114 369 244 .704 1 of 8
1981–1982 82 41 36 5 89 355 333 .543 3 of 7
1982–1983 82 32 44 6 76 311 341 .463 5 of 8
1983–1984 82 37 38 7 83 333 316 .506 5 of 7
1984–1985 82 40 35 7 89 323 297 .543 5 of 9
1985–1986 82 47 35 0 100 345 314 .610 4 of 10
1986–1987 82 36 46 0 80 331 353 .479 8 of 9
1987–1988 82 37 33 12 86 328 360 .524 7 of 9
1988–1989 82 39 36 7 85 345 350 .518 6 of 10
1989–1990 82 53 23 6 112 389 311 .682 3 of 9
1990–1991 82 52 29 1 105 354 302 .640 2 of 11
1991–1992 82 37 35 10 84 292 312 .512 7 of 10
1992–1993 82 29 42 11 69 291 367 .421 10 of 12
1993–1994 81 48 26 7 103 337 297 .636 5 of 13
1994–1995 81 43 24 14 100 288 249 .617 5 of 17
1995–1996 82 40 24 18 98 290 272 .598 7 of 19
1996–1997 82 31 44 7 69 208 272 .421 17 of 19
1997–1998 82 39 36 7 79 223 261 .518 15 of 18
1998–1999 82 35 34 13 83 232 253 .506 11 of 16
1999–2000 82 33 37 12 78 178 223 .476 12 of 13

(*) - For 1987–1988 season Overtime Losses were tracked instead of Ties


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