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Utah Grizzlies

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Utah Grizzlies
2020–21 ECHL season
Utah Grizzlies Logo.svg
CityWest Valley City, Utah
LeagueECHL
ConferenceWestern
DivisionMountain
Founded1981 (in the CHL)
Home arenaMaverik Center
ColorsGreen, black, copper, white
       [1]
Owner(s)David Elmore
Donna Tuttle
Head coachTim Branham
MediaKFAN (AM 1320) or KJQS (AM 1230)
AffiliatesColorado Avalanche (NHL)
Colorado Eagles (AHL)
Franchise history
1981–1983Nashville South Stars
1983–1990Virginia Lancers
1990–1992Roanoke Valley Rebels
1992–1993Roanoke Valley Rampage
1993–1994Huntsville Blast
1994–2001Tallahassee Tiger Sharks
2001–2002Macon Whoopee
2002–2003Lexington Men O' War
2005–presentUtah Grizzlies

The Utah Grizzlies are a professional ice hockey team in the ECHL. They play their home games at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah.

Franchise history

The current Utah Grizzlies franchise started in 1981 as the Nashville South Stars in Nashville, Tennessee, in the Central Hockey League. Henry Brabham then took over the team in 1983 and relocated them to Vinton, Virginia mid-season, to become the Virginia Lancers. Brabham and the Lancers were then one of the founding members of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) in 1988. The franchise was sold and relocated several times until it went dormant after the 2002–03 season. After the American Hockey League (AHL) incarnation of the Grizzlies suspended operations, David Elmore and Donna Tuttle bought the rights to the dormant ECHL franchise and moved the team to the E Center to replace the previous Grizzlies franchise.

Prior to the 2013–14 season, their NHL affiliate Calgary Flames changed their affiliation to the Alaska Aces. Incoming head coach and general manager Tim Branham announced a three-year agreement with the Anaheim Ducks on August 7, 2013.[2] After the Grizzlies made the post-season in every season within the Ducks organization, the Grizzlies and Ducks agreed to a multi-year extension during the 2015–16 season.[3]

Following the 2017–18 season, the Grizzlies missed the post-season for the first time in 11 years. At that time, their ECHL rival, the Colorado Eagles, joined the American Hockey League as an affiliate of the Colorado Avalanche after previously serving as the Avalanche affiliate in the ECHL. The Grizzlies ended their agreement with the Ducks and affiliated with the Avalanche, their closest geographical NHL club.[4][5]

The market was previously served by:

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime losses, SOL= Shootout losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalty infraction minutes

Regular season Playoffs
Season GP W L OTL SOL Pts GF GA PIM Standing Year 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Kelly Cup
2005–06 72 36 30 5 1 78 235 236 1712 4th of 6, West 2006 L, 0–4, AK
2006–07 72 22 42 4 4 52 184 294 1953 5th of 5, West 2007 Did not qualify
2007–08 72 32 30 2 8 74 239 259 1595 4th of 5, West 2008 W, 4–2, FRE W, 4–1, VIC L, 0–4, LV
2008–09 72 28 28 6 10 72 220 246 1372 4th of 6, West 2009 L, 1–4, AK
2009–10 72 34 29 4 5 77 260 253 1292 3rd of 4, West 2010 W, 3–2, LV L, 0–4, IDH
2010–11 72 33 32 4 3 73 189 227 1674 3rd of 4, Mountain 2011 W, 3–1, STK L, 0–4, VIC
2011–12 72 33 33 0 6 72 183 223 1573 3rd of 4, Mountain 2012 L, 0–3, LV
2012–13 72 29 30 4 9 71 217 277 1741 4th of 4, Mountain 2013 L, 0–4, ONT
2013–14 71 38 24 3 6 85 187 173 1329 3rd of 4, Mountain 2014 L, 1–4, BAK
2014–15 72 37 27 5 3 82 213 219 1170 4th of 7, Pacific 2015 W, 4–2, IDH L, 1–4, ONT
2015–16 72 39 27 3 3 84 223 206 942 3rd of 5, West 2016 W, 4–2, COL L, 0–4, FW
2016–17 72 36 29 5 2 79 225 240 1312 4th of 7, Mountain 2017 L, 1–4, ALN
2017–18 72 28 29 9 6 71 230 256 1212 6th of 7, Mountain 2018 Did not qualify
2018–19 72 37 26 4 5 83 232 218 1264 3rd of 7, Mountain 2019 L, 1–4, IDH
2019–20 62 34 17 7 4 79 207 164 884 3rd of 7, Mountain 2020 Season cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Players

Current roster

Updated April 12, 2021.[6][7]
# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
19 Canada Travis Barron LW L 22 2018 Belfountain, Ontario Avalanche
81 Canada Matthew Boucher LW L 23 2021 Los Angeles, California Grizzlies
14 United States Trey Bradley LW L 24 2020 Tampa, Florida Grizzlies
20 United States Pat Cannone C R 34 2020 Bayport, New York Grizzlies
37 Canada Kevin Carr G L 30 2021 Unionville, Ontario Eagles
22 Canada Josh Dickinson C L 23 2018 Georgetown, Ontario Blackhawks
34 United States Brandon Fehd D R 30 2021 Gilbert, Arizona Grizzlies
29 United States Charlie Gerard F R 25 2020 Rocky River, Ohio Eagles
1 United States Trevor Gorsuch G L 26 2021 St. Charles, Missouri Grizzlies
39 Canada Hayden Hodgson RW R 25 2021 Windsor, Ontario Grizzlies
72 Canada Matt Hoover LW L 25 2020 Peoria, Illinois Grizzlies
61 United States Christian Horn RW R 27 2020 Plymouth, Minnesota Grizzlies
26 United States Jack Jenkins C R 25 2019 Lake Bluff, Illinois Grizzlies
3 Canada Garrett Johnston D L 25 2020 Winnipeg, Manitoba Grizzlies
4 United States Alex Lepkowski D L 28 2020 Buffalo, New York Grizzlies
10 Canada Ty Lewis LW L 23 2019 Brandon, Manitoba Avalanche
16 United States Ryan Lowney D L 27 2021 Redford, Michigan Grizzlies
13 Canada Mitch Maxwell LW L 30 2018 Magrath, Alberta Grizzlies
31 United States Garrett Metcalf G L 25 2021 Salt Lake City, Utah Grizzlies
21 United States Adam Parsells D R 24 2021 Wausau, Wisconsin Grizzlies
7 Canada Michael Prapavessis D L 25 2021 Mississauga, Ontario Grizzlies
19 Canada Cédric Paré C L 22 2020 Lévis, Quebec Grizzlies
17 United States Jared Pike F L 25 2020 Sandy, Utah Grizzlies
24 United States Joe Wegwerth LW L 24 2019 Brewster, New York Eagles
8 United States A.J. White LW L 28 2021 Dearborn, Michigan Grizzlies
18 Canada Teigan Zahn D L 31 2018 Regina, Saskatchewan Grizzlies

References

  1. ^ Email response from Communications and Broadcasting VP Adrian Denny: "Copper is the third color."
  2. ^ "Utah Grizzlies announce affiliation with the Anaheim Ducks". desertnews.com. 2013-08-07. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
  3. ^ "Ducks announce affiliation extension with the Utah Grizzlies". Anaheim Ducks. 2016-01-20. Retrieved 2016-01-20.
  4. ^ "Grizzlies announce affiliation with Avalanche". utahgrizzlies.com. 2018-06-28. Retrieved 2018-06-28.
  5. ^ "Avalanche enters in to ECHL partnership with the Utah Grizzlies". Colorado Avalanche. 2018-06-28. Retrieved 2018-06-28.
  6. ^ "Utah Grizzlies team roster". utahgrizzlies.com. 2021-04-12. Retrieved 2021-04-12.
  7. ^ "Utah Grizzlies Roster". EliteProspects.com. 2018-06-28. Retrieved 2021-04-12.

External links

This page was last edited on 12 April 2021, at 22:02
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