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Manchester Monarchs (ECHL)

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Manchester Monarchs
2018–19 ECHL season
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CityManchester, New Hampshire
LeagueECHL
ConferenceEastern
DivisionNorth
Founded1993
Home arenaSNHU Arena
Colors         
Owner(s)PPI Sports, LLC
General managerDoug Christiansen[1]
Head coachDoug Christiansen
AffiliatesLos Angeles Kings (NHL)
Ontario Reign (AHL)
Franchise history
1993–2000Huntington Blizzard
2003–2008Texas Wildcatters
2008–2015Ontario Reign
2015–presentManchester Monarchs
Championships
Division Championships1 (2015–16)

The Manchester Monarchs are a professional ice hockey team in the ECHL which began play in the 2015–16 season. Based in Manchester, New Hampshire, and affiliated with the National Hockey League's Los Angeles Kings, the team plays its home games at the SNHU Arena.

The Monarchs replaced the American Hockey League team of the same name, which played from 2001 until 2015, after which they moved to Ontario, California, and became the Ontario Reign.

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History

On January 29, 2015, the Los Angeles Kings announced that they would be moving their AHL affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, to Ontario, California, as one of five charter members of the AHL's new Pacific Division.[2] The next day, they announced that their ECHL affiliate, the current Ontario Reign, would move to Manchester and take on the Monarchs name in what is essentially a "franchise swap".[3]

Prior to their second season, the Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) sold the Monarchs to PPI Sports, LLC on August 2, 2016.[4] AEG also owns the AHL Ontario Reign and a stake in the Los Angeles Kings. Kings president Luc Robitaille stated that the Monarchs would continue to be affiliated with the Kings and Reign despite the team no longer being under the same ownership as their NHL and AHL teams. On January 18, 2019, the Monarchs were announced as seeking new owners.[5]

Season-by-season records

Regular season Playoffs
Season GP W L OTL SOL Pts GF GA Standing Year 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Kelly Cup
2015–16 72 39 24 4 5 87 222 213 1st, East Div. 2016 L, 1–4, ADK
2016–17 72 37 24 7 4 85 264 252 4th, North Div. 2017 W, 4–2, ADK W, 4–2, BRM L, 3–4, SC
2017–18 72 41 25 3 3 88 257 214 2nd, North Div. 2018 W, 4–0, REA L, 2–4, ADK

Current roster

Updated November 3, 2018.[6]
# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
12 United States Tony Cameranesi F R 25 2017 Plymouth, Minnesota Monarchs
7 United States Chris Carlisle D L 24 2018 Fort Lee, New Jersey Monarchs
8 United States Brendan Collier LW L 25 2018 Charlestown, Massachusetts Monarchs
90 Canada Dexter Dancs LW L 24 2018 North Vancouver, British Columbia Monarchs
26 United States Brien Diffley D R 23 2019 Burlington, Massachusetts Monarchs
10 Canada Kevin Dufour LW L 26 2019 Quebec, Quebec Monarchs
14 United States Jared Fiegl LW L 23 2018 Parker, Colorado Monarchs
23 Czech Republic Pavel Jenys C L 22 2018 Brno, Czech Republic Kings
31 Canada Cole Kehler G R 21 2018 Altona, Manitoba Kings
6 United States David Kolomatis (C) D R 30 2015 Basking Ridge, New Jersey Monarchs
13 Slovenia Gasper Kopitar (A) W R 26 2015 Jesenice, Slovenia Monarchs
28 Canada Ryan Kujawinski C L 23 2018 Kirkland Lake, Ontario Monarchs
9 United States Sam Kurker RW R 24 2017 Boston, Massachusetts Monarchs
21 Canada Matt Marcinew C R 25 2017 Calgary, Alberta Monarchs
17 Canada Jack Nevins LW L 25 2018 Stittsville, Ontario Monarchs
14 United States Joe Pendenza C L 28 2018 Wilmington, Massachusetts Monarchs
61 Canada Nic Pierog RW R 26 2018 Halton, Ontario Monarchs
4 United States Alex Rauter LW L 24 2019 Chatham, New Jersey Monarchs
3 Canada Austin Strand D R 22 2018 Calgary, Alberta Kings
20 United States Joe Sullivan RW R 25 2018 Las Vegas, Nevada Monarchs
35 United States Danny Tirone G R 24 2018 Trumbull, Connecticut Monarchs
11 United States Cory Ward C R 25 2016 Las Vegas, Nevada Monarchs
35 United States Brandon Wildung G L 25 2018 Nassau, Minnesota Monarchs

References

  1. ^ "Monarchs Name Doug Christiansen Head Coach". OurSportsCentral.com. Jun 13, 2018.
  2. ^ "Reign Become the AHL Affiliate of LA Kings". Ontario Reign. January 30, 2015. Retrieved January 31, 2015.
  3. ^ "Monarchs to Join ECHL in 2015–16". Manchester Monarchs. January 30, 2015. Retrieved January 31, 2015.
  4. ^ "Manchester Monarchs Sold to PPI Sports". Arena Digest. August 2, 2016.
  5. ^ "Want to buy a hockey team? The Monarchs are for sale". New Hampshire Union Leader. January 18, 2019.
  6. ^ "Team « Manchester Monarchs roster". Manchester Monarchs. 2016-07-19. Retrieved 2016-07-19.

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