|League:||North American Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Richfield Ice Arena|
|Colors:|| Red, Black, and White
|Owner(s):||Minnesota Junior Hockey Group (Scott Krueger, Joe Pankratz, Scott Meyer)|
|General Manager:||Tom Upton (2014-15)|
|Head Coach:||Tom Upton (2014-15)|
The Minnesota Magicians are a junior hockey team in the North American Hockey League. Based in Richfield, Minnesota, the Magicians play their home games at Richfield Ice Arena. The Magicians are the only tier-II junior hockey team in the Twin Cities area.
The Minnesota Magicians were founded in 2013 by the Minnesota Junior Hockey Group, and currently compete within the Midwest Division of the North American Hockey League (NAHL). The team plays its home games at Richfield Ice Arena, an 1,800 seat facility located in the Minneapolis suburb of Richfield.
On May 17, 2016 the NA3HL announced that the ownership of the team had been approved to purchase the Chicago Jr. Bulldogs of the North American 3 Hockey League. The announcement also unveiled a new team logo and colors which are very similar to the Magicians.
|2013-14||60||21||31||8||-||50||143||193||1045||6th Midwest||Did not qualify|
|2014-15||60||21||35||4||-||46||160||221||1062||4th Midwest||Lost First Round Series, 0-3 (Fairbanks Ice Dogs)|
|2015-16||60||24||28||8||-||56||164||198||936||5th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2015-16||60||31||22||4||3||69||100||169||691||3rd Midwest||Lost First Round Series, 0-3 (Fairbanks Ice Dogs)|
|North American Hockey League|
|East Division||Aston Rebels • Janesville Jets • Johnstown Tomahawks • New Jersey Jr Titans • Springfield Jr. Blues • Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights|
|South Division||Amarillo Bulls • Corpus Christi IceRays • Lone Star Brahmas • Odessa Jackalopes • Topeka Roadrunners • Wichita Falls Wildcats|
|Central Division||Aberdeen Wings • Austin Bruins • Brookings Blizzard • Bismarck Bobcats • Minot Minotauros|
|Midwest Division||Coulee Region Chill • Fairbanks Ice Dogs • Kenai River Brown Bears • Minnesota Magicians • Minnesota Wilderness|
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