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Danville Dashers

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Danville Dashers
Danville Dashers Hockey Logo.png
CityDanville, Illinois
LeagueContinental Hockey League (1981–1986)
All-American Hockey League (1986–1989)
Founded1981
Folded1989
Home arenaDavid S. Palmer Arena
ColorsRed, white, blue
Franchise history
1981–1986Danville Dashers
1986–1989Danville Fighting Saints

The Danville Dashers were a semi-professional ice hockey team that played in Danville, Illinois, United States, at the David S. Palmer Arena.

Originally, the Dashers played in the Continental Hockey League (CnHL) from 1981 to 1986. In their first season, they were coached by Gordie Gibson and were regular season and Wal-Mar playoff champions in 1981–82. William "Chick" Chalmers was then hired as the next head coach and eventually led the team to another playoff championship in 1984. Ken Wilson then moved to Danville and became general manager and head coach from 1984 to 1986.

The CnHL folded in 1986 and Danville was one of three CnHL teams that founded a new league, the All-American Hockey League. Simultaneously, Danville rebranded to the Danville Fighting Saints.[1] With former NHL player Lindsay Middlebrook in goal, the Saints were league champions in the 1986–87 season. Their coach for the 1987–88 season was Robert Nagy.

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Season-by-season record

Season GP W L T Pts GF GA Place Playoffs
1981–82 36 29 7 0 58 246a 147 1st, CnHL Won Championship
1982–83 43 23 16 4 50 236 188 2nd, CnHL Lost in first round
1983–84 Statistics missing Won Championship
1984–85 40 19 21 0 39 227 229 3rd, CnHL
1985–86 Statistics missing
1986–87 31 21 10 0 42 1st, AAHL Won Championship
1987–88 35 15 20 0 30 240 317 5th, AAHL
1988–89 Statistics missing

References

  1. ^ "New hockey team to use classic name". Commercial-News. June 8, 2011.

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This page was last edited on 2 June 2021, at 05:57
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