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Rochester Ice Hawks
RochesterIceHawks
City: Rochester, Minnesota
League: MnJHL (1996-2015); North American 3 Hockey League (2015-Present)
Founded: 1995
Home Arena: Rochester Rec Center
Colors: Black, Red, and White


              

Owner(s): Michael Fatis
General Manager: Michael Fatis
Head Coach: Nick Fatis
Media: The Rochester Post-Bulletin, KTTC
Affiliates: Mass Maple Leafs, (CHA Jr. B) (lower)
Franchise history
1995-2002: Minnesota Ice Hawks
2002-Present: Rochester Ice Hawks

The Rochester Ice Hawks are a Tier III Jr. A ice hockey playing in the Minnesota Junior Hockey League (MnJHL). The team plays their home games at the 2,600-seat Rochester Olmstead Recreation Center, located in Rochester, Minnesota. The Ice Hawks play a 48 game regular season games, in addition to showcase and post season tournament games.

The Ice Hawks joined the MnJHL in 1995[1] and played in Le Sueur, Minnesota from then until 2002. The franchise moved to Rochester, Minnesota in 2002 after the Rochester Mustangs of the United States Hockey League ceased operations.[2]

Following the 2014-15 season, most of the active members of the Minnesota Junior Hockey League moved to the United States Premier Hockey League as part of a new Midwest Division. In May of 2015 the Ice Hawks were accepted as an expansion team into the NA3HL for the 2015-16 season.

Season-by-season recordsEdit

Season GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA Regular Season Finish Playoffs
Minnesota Junior Hockey League
1999–00 36 14 21 0 1 29 146 226 5th, MnJHL
2000–01 36 12 24 0 24 130 229 5th, MnJHL
2001–02 42 11 26 5 27 122 216 7th, MnJHL
2002–03 42 15 23 4 34 163 195 5th, MnJHL
2003–04 40 27 10 3 0 57 205 130 2nd, MnJHL Nationals semifinalist
2004–05 48 36 7 4 1 77 261 124 1st, MnJHL Won Bush Cup
Nationals appearance
2005–06 48 40 7 1 0 81 251 124 1st, MnJHL Won Bush Cup
Nationals semifinalist
2006–07 40 32 4 2 2 68 259 110 1st, MnJHL Won Bush Cup
Nationals appearance
2007–08 48 43 5 0 0 86 300 125 1st, MnJHL Won Bush Cup
Nationals appearance
2008–09 48 41 7 0 0 82 330 100 2nd, MnJHL Won Bush Cup
Nationals appearance
2009–10 50 41 8 0 1 83 288 138 1st, MnJHL Won Bush Cup
Nationals semifinalist
2010–11 45 34 9 2 70 216 116 2nd, MnJHL Nationals appearance (host)
2011–12 48 35 11 2 72 295 145 2nd, MnJHL Nationals semifinalist
2012–13 50 42 5 3 87 338 128 2nd, MnJHL Lost Division Semifinal
2013–14 46 22 17 7 51 194 181 5th, MnJHL Lost Division Semifinal
2014–15 42 35 6 1 71 272 89 2nd, MnJHL Won Div. Quarterfinals, 2-0 vs. Minnesota Owls
Won Div. Semifinals, 2-0 vs. Hudson Crusaders
Won Crossover Semifinals, 2-0 vs. Illiana Blackbirds
Lost League Finals, 1-2 vs. Dells Ducks
North American 3 Hockey League
2015–16 47 10 36 1 21 123 272 4th of 5, Central
29th of 34, NA3HL
Lost Div. Semifinals, 0-2 vs. North Iowa Bulls


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