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For the former team of the former Central Hockey League, please see Oklahoma City Blazers (1965-1977)
For the current junior hockey team playing in the Western States Hockey League, please see Oklahoma City Blazers (Junior Hockey)
Oklahoma City Blazers
140px-OKC Blazers
City: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
League: Central Hockey League
Conference: Northern Conference
Division: Northeast Division
Founded: 1992
Home Arena: Ford Center
Cox Convention Center
Colors: Burgundy, Gold, White

              

Owner(s): Bob Funk
General Manager: Brad Lund
Head Coach: Doug Sauter
Affiliates: None
Franchise history
1992 to Present: Oklahoma City Blazers
Championships
Division Championships: 9
Ray Miron President's Cup: 2

The Oklahoma City Blazers were a professional ice hockey team that played in the Northwest Division of the Central Hockey League. The Blazers play at the Ford Center, located in downtown Oklahoma City. Its colors are burgundy, gold and white. As of July 2nd 2009, the team has folded, unable to reach a lease agreement with the city.

HistoryEdit

The current incarnation of the Blazers came into being in 1992 with the revival of the CHL, and has been one of the most successful minor league hockey franchises of all time, routinely drawing 8,000 fans or more and even matching a couple National Hockey League clubs for seasonal attendance over the years. On ice, the Blazers have excelled as well, winning an unprecedented nine regular season division championships (including seven straight, 1996-2003), five regular-season points titles and CHL championships in 1996 and 2001. The franchise's two great stars, Joe Burton and Hardy Sauter, are the CHL's first and third all-time career leading scorers, and Burton is the fourth leading goal scorer in minor league hockey history.

ChampionshipsEdit

Year League Trophy
2000-2001 CHL Ray Miron President's Cup
1995-1996 CHL William “Bill” Levins Memorial Cup

All-time standingsEdit

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<center>ALL-TIME STANDINGS</center>
Season League Division Regular season Playoffs Head coach
GP W L T OTL PTS GF GA Standing Result Head coach
1992-93 CHL 60 39 18 3 - 81 291 232 Lost in Finals Mike McEwen
1993-94 CHL 64 35 23 6 - 76 260 246 Lost in round 1 Mike McEwen
1994-95 CHL 66 34 23 9 - 77 274 267 Lost in round 1 Mike McEwen
1995-96 CHL 64 47 13 4 - 98 327 224 Won Championship Doug Sauter
1996-97 CHL Western 66 48 12 6- 102 307 200 Lost in round 1 Doug Sauter
1997-98 CHL Western 70 48 19 3 -99 319 237 Lost in round 2 Doug Sauter
1998-99 CHL Western 70 49 19 2- 100 322 203 Lost in Finals Doug Sauter
1999-00 CHL Western 70 39 24 7- 85 248 220 Lost in round 2 Doug Sauter
2000-01 CHL Western 70 48 19 3- 99 273 185 Won Championship Doug Sauter
2001-02 CHL Northwest 64 35 22 7- 77 236 203 Lost in round 1 Doug Sauter
2002-03 CHL Northwest 64 37 20 - 1 81 225 196 Lost in round 1 Doug Sauter
2003-04 CHL Northwest 64 29 28 - 2 65 176 194 Out of playoffs Doug Sauter
2004-05 CHL Northwest 60 27 22 - 2 65 187 180 Out of playoffs Doug Sauter
2005-06 CHL Northwest 64 35 24 - 3 75 233 215 Lost in round 1 Doug Sauter
2006-07 CHL Northwest 64 35 21 - 2 78 211 214 Lost in round 2 Doug Sauter
2007-08 CHL Northwest 64 28 30 - 2 62 188 193 Out of playoffs Doug Sauter
2008-09 CHL Northwest 64 39 18 - 5 85 202 158 Lost in round 2 Doug Sauter

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