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The Saginaw Gears were a minor-league ice hockey franchise that played in the United Hockey League (UHL). Dayton Gems | Canton Xpress | The club began in 1992 in the Colonial Hockey League (CoHL) in Chatham, Ontario, as the Chatham Wheels. Il lui fallu quelques saisons avant de pouvoir enfin jouer un match dans la LNH. Saginaw Gears. The Gears would be brought back by Saginaw's UHL team from 1998-2000. One of the charter franchises of the UHL (then known as the Colonial Hockey League), the club began in 1992 and originally played in Chatham, Ontario as the Chatham Wheels. The Saginaw Gears were a team that played in the North American Hockey League from 1991 to 1995. Das Team spielte von 1994 bis 2000 in der Colonial Hockey League bzw. Saginaw finished third in the league on defense, allowing 306 goals. Playing at a small community rink in Massillon with a capacity of 400 and almost no one in attendance, the Gears completely collapsed on the ice, with a 5–40–5 record for the rest of the 1999–2000 campaign. Breaking their lease with Wendler Arena (and owing local businesses a reported $72,000),[citation needed] the club moved to Massillon, Ohio to finish the season as the Ohio Gears. The Gears were a secondary affiliate of both the Toronto Maple Leafs and Los Angeles Kings. The Gears played their home games at Wendler Arena in the Saginaw Civic Center (now known as the Dow Event Center). For the Saginaw Gears of the UHL, see Saginaw Gears (UHL). Lehigh Valley Xtreme | After going .500 in 1978-79, the Gears improved to 43-27-10 in '79-80, second place in the North Division. The Gears never playing another game despite unsuccessful resurrection attempts as the Arctic Xpress, Canton Xpress, and finally the Canton Ice Patrol. Saginaw LumberKings | The team took their name from the Saginaw Gears (IHL) as part of a marketing plan by then owner, Dr. Khaled M. Shukairy, as an attempt boost poor attendance after two horrible seasons as the LumberKings. The move had the blessing of United Hockey League commissioner Richard Brosal after the city of Massillon, Ohio, announced they were to build a new 6,500-seat arena. Das Franchise der Chatham Wheels aus der Colonial Hockey League wurde 1994 von Chatham-Kent, Ontario, nach Saginaw, Michigan, umgesiedelt und in Saginaw Wheels umbenannt.

This article is about the Saginaw Gears of the United Hockey League. The Gears existed from 1972 to 1983. Die Saginaw Gears waren eine US-amerikanische Eishockeymannschaft aus Saginaw, Michigan. This article refers to the Saginaw Gears of the IHL.

À la fin de son stage junior, il signa un contrat avec les Sénateurs d'Ottawa. Before becoming the Gears, the team was also known as the Saginaw LumberKings (1996-1998), Saginaw Wheels (1994-1996), and Chatham Wheels (1992-1994). The Saginaw Gears were a minor-league ice hockey franchise that played in the defunct International Hockey League (IHL).

Madison Monsters | Don Perry was Coach/GM and Wren Blair was owner. Asheville Smoke | Nachdem sie die Saison 1999/2000 erneut in Saginaw begannen, wurden sie im Dezember 1999 nach Massillon, Ohio, umgesiedelt, wo sie die Spielzeit als Ohio Gears beendeten. Columbus Stars | They used four different goaltenders that season. The Gears existed for five seasons and part of one other, from 1994 to December 19, 1999.

Dayton Ice Bandits | After two poor seasons under the Lumber Kings moniker, new owner Khaled M. Shukairy decided to re-name the club the Saginaw Gears after the former IHL team. New Haven Knights | Saginaw Gears | https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=David_Van_Drunen&oldid=160982173, Joueur des Griffins de Grand Rapids (LIH), Joueur des Griffins de Grand Rapids (LAH), Joueur de la Ligue nationale de hockey non repêché, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. After a poor year and a half in Saginaw, the Gears moved in the middle of the night (and the 99-00 season) to Massillon, Ohio.

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Knoxville Speed | Il joignit ensuite les Jackalopes d'Odessa dans la Ligue centrale de hockey en 2008-2009.

Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Due to poor attendance, the team was moved by UHL commissioner Richard Brosal to Massillon Ohio after a new 6500 seat arena was to be built. The Gears existed one season and part of another, from 1998 to December 19, 1999. 120 likes.

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St. Thomas Wildcats | Winston-Salem IceHawks, The Internet Hockey Database – Statistik Saginaw Wheels, The Internet Hockey Database – Spielerliste Saginaw Wheels, The Internet Hockey Database – Statistik Saginaw LumberKings, The Internet Hockey Database – Spielerliste Saginaw LumberKings, The Internet Hockey Database – Statistik Saginaw Gears (UHL), The Internet Hockey Database – Spielerliste Saginaw Gears (UHL), The Internet Hockey Database – Statistik Saginaw/Ohio Gears, The Internet Hockey Database – Spielerliste Saginaw Ohio Gears, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Saginaw_Gears_(UHL)&oldid=184045398, Eishockeyverein (International Hockey League, 2007–2010), „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. Flint Generals | Warren Holmes, Marcel Comeau and Claude LaRochelle each scored over 30 goals that year, and five other Gears scored at least 20. Il gagna le championnat de la UHL lors de la saison 2004-2005, remportant ainsi la Coupe Coloniale. The franchise went dormant after the season, planning on returning in the 2001–02 season when the new arena in Massillon was built. Pour les significations des abréviations, voir statistiques du hockey sur glace. On December 20, 1999, with the Gears again in last place at 7–17–3, the Gears abruptly left town in the middle of the night.

Saginaw Gears (UHL) Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Il joua trois autres saisons avec le Fury, incluant leur première saison dans la nouvelle Ligue internationale de hockey. Motor City Mechanics | Après cette brève apparition avec le grand club, il retourna dans les mineurs. However, attendances remained flat with small crowds coming to see the Gears at Wendler Arena in the Saginaw Civic Center in downtown Saginaw. Thunder Bay Thunder Cats |

Historical facts and data about the Saginaw Gears [IHL] hockey team of the IHL, including players, standings, logos, and game program images.

1972-1973. The Saginaw Gears were a minor-league ice hockey franchise that played in the United Hockey League (UHL). Van Drunen joua son hockey junior avec les Raiders de Prince Albert où il était plus reconnu pour son jeu robuste que par ses habitudes d'attaquant. LCH Jackalopes d'Odessa: Carrière pro.

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