|Pensacola Ice Flyers|
|League:||Southern Professional Hockey League|
|Home Arena:||Pensacola Bay Center|
|Colors:|| Navy Blue, Grey, White|
|Owner(s):|| Greg Harris|
David J. Maloney
Dr. Stuart Harlin
|Head Coach:||Kevin Hasselberg|
|Media:||Pensacola News Journal, WEAR-TV|
|2009–present:||Pensacola Ice Flyers|
|Regular Season Titles:||1 (2013–14)|
|Playoff Championships:||3 (2012–13, 2013–14, 2015–16)|
The Pensacola Ice Flyers are a professional ice hockey team of the Southern Professional Hockey League. The team played their first season in 2009–10. Home games are played at the Pensacola Bay Center, previously home to the ECHL's Pensacola Ice Pilots from 1996 until their folding in 2008.
The "Ice Flyers" name has a double meaning – it is both a tribute to Pensacola's heritage in naval aviation (Naval Air Station Pensacola is home to the legendary Blue Angels and the National Museum of Naval Aviation) and an homage to original owner Tim Kerr, who previously played eleven seasons with the National Hockey League's Philadelphia Flyers.
On April 14, 2013, the Ice Flyers beat the Huntsville Havoc 2–0 in Game 3 of the President's Cup Finals to win the franchise's first-ever President's Cup. The win also solidified the City of Pensacola's first ever professional sports championship.
|2009–10||56||25||23||8||58||176||205||968||5th of 7, SPHL|
|2010–11||56||28||28||0||56||187||195||1148||5th of 8, SPHL|
|2011–12||56||30||22||4||64||187||176||873||4th of 9, SPHL|
|2012–13||56||33||18||5||71||171||149||1113||3rd of 9, SPHL|
|2013–14||56||38||13||5||81||207||139||1029||1st of 10, SPHL|
|2014–15||56||32||18||6||70||179||148||857||3rd of 8, SPHL|
|2015–16||56||31||20||5||67||175||157||1098||2nd of 9, SPHL|
|2016-17||56||27||21||8||62||171||154||914||7th of 10, SPHL|
|2011–12||6||4||2||14||8||94||Lost League Finals|
|2012–13||7||6||1||18||9||86||Won President's Cup|
|2013–14||7||6||1||28||10||87||Won President's Cup|
|2015–16||7||7||0||29||16||69||Won President's Cup|
- ↑ Huntsville Havoc loses to Pensacola in SPHL championship game. al.com (14 April 2013). Retrieved on 14 April 2013.
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