Ogden Mustangs
Ogden Mustangs
City: Ogden, Utah
League: Western States Hockey League
Division: Mountain
Founded: 2002
Home Arena: The Ice Sheet
Colors: Red, Blue, and White
Owner(s): Flag of the United States David Miller
Flag of the United States Lori Miller
Head Coach: Flag of the United States Jake Laime
Media: FASTHockey
Franchise history
Capital Thunder
2009-2011: Bakersfield Jr. Condors
2011-Present: Ogden Mustangs
Division Championships: 2 (2013-2014, 2014-2015)

The Ogden Mustangs are the second Junior A ice hockey team based in Ogden, Utah. The first was the Ogden Blades, who played from 1993-1994 in the American Frontier Hockey League. As part of the Western States Hockey League (WSHL), the Mustangs compete with teams from across the western United States including teams in California, Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming, Idaho and Texas. The WSHL offers high-level, competitive hockey while promoting affordable family-friendly entertainment to participating communities.

History Edit

Previously known as the Bakersfield Condors, the team relocated from Bakersfield, California in the summer of 2011, and became the Ogden Mustangs. Spurred by the possibility of planting their roots in a community with both a rich tradition of winter sport involvement and a strong hockey following, the Mustang organization decided Ogden was the place to call home.

Home Ice Edit

The Weber County Ice Sheet was one of several host venues for the 2002 Winter Olympics. As a result, many upgrades and amenities have been added, making it a world class facility. With 2,500 stadium style seats, a VIP lounge and a Mustangs locker room and training facility, The Ice Sheet is among one of the best facilities in the WSHL. The Ice Sheet is located in Ogden, Utah, on the campus of Weber State University. It is perched on a hill overlooking the greater Ogden Area, and is located in the same parking lot as the Dee Events Center the venue for Weber State Wildcats men's basketball.

Owners Edit

David and Lori Miller originally purchased the Mustangs in 2009. The Miller family has long had a passion for the game of hockey and community involvement, both of which have served them well in their tenure as owners. Prior to purchasing the Mustangs, Lori Miller acted as the Director of Youth Hockey for Kern County Hockey Clubs for nine years. Outside of hockey, the Millers own an oil well welding and a construction company based in California appropriately named DMW Industries Inc.

Season-by-season recordsEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA Regular Season Finish Playoffs
Capital Thunder
2002–03 38 16 22 0 33 165 211 5th of 7
2003–04 32 21 10 1 43 215 180 2nd of 7
2004–05 Do Not Play
2005–06 42 35 7 0 70 289 113 2nd of 6, Western
2006–07 47 29 16 2 60 262 203 2nd of 8, Western
2007–08 51 18 32 1 37 181 289 4th of 5, Western
2008–09 49 10 39 0 20 144 278 5th of 5, Western
Bakersfield Jr. Condors
2009–10 49 10 37 2 22 106 284 7th of 8, Western
2010–11 46 9 33 4 22 105 253 8th of 8, Western
Ogden Mustangs
2011–12 46 13 29 3 29 143 227 4th of 5, MountainLost Div. Semifinals, 0-2 vs. Idaho Jr. Steelheads[2]
2012–13 46 18 22 6 42 166 192 3rd of 5, Northwest Lost Div. Semifinals, 1-2 vs. Southern Oregon Spartans[3]
2013–14 46 31 12 3 65 253 128 2nd of 6, Northwest Won Div. Semifinals, 2-0 vs. Salt Lake City Moose
Won Div. Finals, 2-0 vs. Idaho Jr. Steelheads
1-2-0 in Thorne Cup Finals round-robin tournament
(W, 5-4 vs Knights; L, 2-3 vs. Jr. Brahmas; L, 2-7 vs. Jr. Steelheads)[4]
2014–15 46 31 13 2 64 218 120 2nd of 7, Mountain Won Div. Semifinals, 2-0 vs. Colorado Jr. Eagles
Won Div. Finals, 2-1 vs. Casper Coyotes
Lost Conference Finals, 0-2 vs. El Paso Rhinos[5]
2015–16 52 38 12 2 78 263 130 2nd of 7, Mountain
6th of 29, WSHL
Div. Quarterfinals, BYE
Won Div. Semifinals, 2-0 vs. Casper Coyotes
Lost Div. Finals, 1-2 vs. Colorado Jr. Eagles
2016–17 52 42 7 3 87 267 98 1st of 7, Mountain Div. Quarterfinals, BYE
Won Div. Semifinals, 2-1 vs. Casper Coyotes
Lost Div. Finals, 1-2 vs. Colorado Jr. Eagles


External linksEdit

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