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Philadelphia Rockets

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Philadelphia Rockets
CityPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
LeagueAmerican Hockey League
Operated1946–1949
Home arenaPhiladelphia Arena

The Philadelphia Rockets were a minor professional ice hockey team based in the Philadelphia Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Rockets played for three seasons in American Hockey League from 1946 to 1949. Previously another Rockets team existed for the 1941–42 AHL season, formerly known as the Philadelphia Ramblers.

When the original Rockets folded in 1942, they were replaced by the Philadelphia Falcons of the Eastern Hockey League. In 1946, the Falcons were replaced by the second Rockets team in the AHL. Four members of the Falcons (Vic Lofvendahl, Harvey Jacklin, Clayton Lavell, George DeFilice), made the jump to the higher league.

The 1946–47 AHL Philadelphia Rockets
The 1946–47 AHL Philadelphia Rockets

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Season-by-season results

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Standing Playoffs
1942–43 46 17 27 2 36 167 195 5th, EHL Data unavailable
1943–44 45 17 23 5 39 —- —- 3rd, EHL Data unavailable
1944–45 48 23 21 4 50 —- —- 3rd, EHL Data unavailable
1945–46 52 26 21 5 57 180 186 2nd, EHL Data unavailable
1946–47 64 5 52 7 17 188 400 5th, East Out of Playoffs
1947–48 68 22 41 5 49 260 331 4th, East Out of Playoffs
1948–49 68 15 48 5 35 230 407 5th, East Out of Playoffs

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