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|City:||West Valley City, Utah|
|Home Arena:||Maverik Center|
|Colors:|| Green, black, copper, white |
|Owner(s):|| David Elmore |
|Head Coach:||Kevin Colley|
|Media:||KFAN (AM 1320) or KJQS (AM 1230)|
|Affiliates:|| Calgary Flames (NHL) |
Abbotsford Heat (AHL)
|1990–1992:||Roanoke Valley Rebels|
|1992–1993:||Roanoke Valley Rampage|
|1994–2001:||Tallahassee Tiger Sharks|
|2002–2003:||Lexington Men O' War|
Franchise history Edit
The current Utah Grizzlies franchise started as the Virginia Lancers, one of the founding members of the East Coast Hockey League. The franchise was under seven different names in five different Southeastern United States cities from 1988 to 2003 when the Lexington Men O' War franchise suspended operations after one season. After the AHL incarnation of the Grizzlies suspended operations, David Elmore and Donna Tuttle bought the rights to the dormant Lexington Men O' War franchise and moved the team to the E Center to replace the previous Grizzlies franchise. On October 24 of the 09-10 season pink in the rink Ryan Kinasewich, set the all time goal record with 119 goals.
The market was previously served by:
Season-by-season record Edit
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime/shootout losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalty infraction minutes
|2005–06||72||36||30||6||78||235||236||4th, West||Lost in Division Semifinals|
|2006–07||72||22||42||8||52||184||294||5th, West||Did not qualify|
|2007–08||72||32||30||10||74||239||259||4th, West||Lost in Conference Finals|
|2008–09||72||28||28||16||72||220||246||4th, West||Lost in Division Semifinals|
|2009–10||72||34||29||9||77||260||253||3rd, West||Lost in Division Finals|
|2010–11||72||33||32||7||73||189||227||3rd, West||Lost in Division Finals|
|2011–12||72||33||33||6||72||183||223||3rd, Mountain||Lost in Conference Quarterfinals|
|2012–13||72||29||30||13||71||217||277||4th, Mountain||Lost in Conference Quarterfinals|
|2013–14||71||38||24||9||85||187||173||3rd, Mountain||Lost in Conference Quarterfinals|
|2014–15||72||37||27||8||82||213||219||4th, Pacific||Lost in Division Finals|
|2015–16||72||39||27||6||84||223||206||3rd, West||Lost in Conference Semifinals|
- ↑ Email response from Communications and Broadcasting VP Adrian Denny: "Copper is the third color."
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