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Salt Lake Golden Hawks 1969-1970 Western Hockey League

Salt Lake Golden Hawks 1969-1970 Western Hockey League

Salt Lake Golden Eagles
SalLakGE
City: Salt Lake City, Utah
League: WHL (1969 to 1974)
CHL (1974 to 1984)
IHL (1984 to 1994)
Operated: 1969 to 1994
Home Arena: Salt Palace (1969 to 1991)
Delta Center (1991 to 1994)
Franchise history
1969 to 1994: Salt Lake Golden Eagles
1994 to 2001: Detroit Vipers
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 2 (1978–1979, 1979–1980)
Division Championships: 3 (1974–1975, 1981–1982, 1988–1989)
Turner Cups: 1 (1987–1988)

The Salt Lake Golden Eagles were a minor league hockey team based in Salt Lake City, Utah from 1969 to 1994.

They played in the Western Hockey League from 1969 to 1974, the Central Hockey League from 1974 to 1984 and the International Hockey League from 1984 to 1994. Cellar dwellers from their inception until the 1972-1973 season which saw a co-agreement with St. Louis Blues, the Eagles accepted several draft choices including American-born goaltender Bob Foley whose numbers secured the team's 2nd place finish. High scorer Norm Stober, also from America, led the Eagle offense that same year. The Golden Eagles home ice was the Salt Palace from 1969 to 1991, and the Delta Center (now EnergySolutions Arena) from 1991 to 1994. In 1994 Larry H. Miller, who also owned the Utah Jazz and the Delta Center, sold the team to Detroit, Michigan interests. The Golden Eagles became the Detroit Vipers.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

SeasonGamesWonLostTiedOTLSOLPointsGoals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
1969-7072154314 -- --442403667th
1970-717218495 -- --412173276th
1971-7272293310 -- --682502545th
1972-7372322515 -- --792882592nd
1973-747841334 -- --863562972nd
1974–7578432411 -- --973172451st, North
1975–767637354 -- --783002993rd
1976–777631396 -- --682762885th
1977–787642313 -- --872832382nd
1978–797647227 -- --1013142091st
1979–808049247 -- --1053422591st
1980–818046295 -- --973682952nd
1981–828047303 -- --973683291st, North
1982–838041381 -- --833183124th
1983–847235352 -- --723343303rd
1984–858235398 -- --823323236th
1985–86824436 --2 --903403254th, West
1986–8782393112 -- --903603572nd, West
1987–88824034 --8 --883083032nd, West
1988–89825622 --4 --1163692941st, West
1989–90823736 --9 --833263112nd, West
1990–91835028 --5 --1053532962nd, West
1991–92823340 --9 --752523044th, West
1992–93823839 --5 --812693052nd, Pacific
1993–94812452 --5 --532433774th, Pacific

PlayoffsEdit

Season1st round2nd roundFinals
1969-70 Out of playoffs.
1970-71 Out of playoffs.
1971-72 Out of playoffs.
1972-73 N/AW, 4-2, DenvL, 0-4, Phnx
1973-74 N/AL, 1-4, Port --
1974–75 N/AN/AWon Adams Cup
1975–76 Lost in first round -- --
1976–77 Out of playoffs.
1977–78 Lost in first round -- --
1978–79 N/AN/ALost in finals
1979–80 N/AN/AWon Adams Cup
1980–81 W, 3–2, FW W, 4–1, Tulsa Won, Wichita
1981–82 W, 3–1, Oklahoma City L, 2–4, Dallas --
1982–83 Lost in first round -- --
1983–84 Out of playoffs.
1984–85 N/AN/AN/A
1985–86 N/AN/AN/A
1986–87 N/AN/AN/A
1987–88 W, 4–3, Peoria W, 4–2, Colorado W, 4–2, Flint
1988–89 W, 4–0, Denver W, 4–1, Milwaukee L, 1–4, Muskegon
1989–90 W, 4–2, Milwaukee L, 1–4, Indianapolis --
1990–91 L, 0–4, Phoenix -- --
1991–92 L, 1–4, Kansas City -- --
1992–93 Out of playoffs.
1993–94 Out of playoffs.

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