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Kentucky Thoroughblades

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Kentucky Thoroughblades
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CityLexington, Kentucky
LeagueAmerican Hockey League
Operated1996–2001
Home arenaRupp Arena
ColorsSpruce, plum and white
AffiliatesSan Jose Sharks,
New York Islanders
Franchise history
1996–2001Kentucky Thoroughblades
2001–2006Cleveland Barons
2006–2015Worcester Sharks
2015-San Jose Barracuda
Championships
Division Championships2 (1999–00, 2000–01)

The Kentucky Thoroughblades were a minor professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League, who existed from 1996 to 2001. The Thoroughblades were based in Lexington, Kentucky, playing home games at Rupp Arena. The Thoroughblades were an affiliate of the NHL's San Jose Sharks.

History

The Thoroughblades were the first professional ice hockey team to play in Lexington, Kentucky. Initially, attendance was high. During the 1997–98 season, Kentucky averaged 7,741 fans per game, despite a losing record on ice.[1] Attendance decreased in the next three seasons, even with two consecutive division championships. In their final season, attendance averaged only 4,461 fans per game.

In 2001, the team moved to Cleveland, Ohio, becoming the Cleveland Barons. In 2006, the team then moved to Worcester, Massachusetts, becoming the Worcester Sharks. In 2015, the team moved to San Jose, California to become the San Jose Barracuda.

The void in Lexington was replaced in 2001, by another minor league hockey team, the Lexington Men O' War of the ECHL, lasting one season in Lexington.

Season-by-season results

Regular season

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing
1996–97 80 36 35 9 0 81 278 284 3rd, Mid-Atlantic
1997–98 80 29 39 9 3 70 241 278 3rd, Mid-Atlantic
1998–99 80 44 26 7 3 98 272 220 2nd, Mid-Atlantic
1999–00 80 42 25 9 4 97 250 211 1st, Mid-Atlantic
2000–01 80 42 25 12 1 97 273 212 1st, South

Playoffs

Season 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Finals
1996–97 L, 1-3, Hershey
1997–98 L, 0-3, Hershey
1998–99 W, 3-2, Hershey L, 3-4, Philadelphia
1999–00 W, 3-1, Louisville L, 1-4, Hershey
2000–01 L, 0-3, Hershey
Notables
Career leaders

References

External links


This page was last edited on 19 November 2020, at 15:43
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