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Season 2017-2018

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This club in 2017-2018: ECHL | SPHL

 
Current rosterseason 2017-2018
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GKen Appleby10.04.1995193 cm95 kgleft
GMackenzie Blackwood09.12.1996193 cm98 kgleft
GDrew Fielding02.09.1990178 cm82 kgleft
GPete Fitzgerald01.04.1983180 cm68 kgN/A
GConnor Ingram31.03.1997175 cm84 kgleft
GOlivier Mantha18.01.1993185 cm83 kgleft
GChris Nell02.09.1994185 cm81 kgright
GNick Niedert16.06.1982173 cm84 kgright
GNicola Riopel20.02.1989183 cm82 kgright
GT.J. Sherwood19.04.1996178 cm71 kgN/A
GTomas Sholl08.08.1994183 cm82 kgright
GJoe Spadaccini01.03.1989176 cm80 kgleft
GEric Vogel22.07.1989185 cm69 kgleft
DTravis Armstrong23.04.1990195 cm98 kgleft
DMike Bergin30.06.1988190 cm91 kgleft
DDesmond Bergin06.02.1993183 cm86 kgleft
DTim Boyle21.03.1993188 cm84 kgright
DMathieu Brodeur21.06.1990198 cm93 kgleft
DVytal Côté05.11.1995188 cm91 kgright
DRobert Driscoll01.05.1991177 cm82 kgleft
DStephen Johnson04.03.1993185 cm93 kgleft
DNolan Kaiser21.04.1992183 cm83 kgright
DAdam Larkin28.01.1995183 cm86 kgright
DKevin Lough04.03.1992181 cm84 kgleft
DPierre-Luc Mercier02.11.1992185 cm82 kgleft
DDylan Olsen03.01.1991190 cm100 kgleft
DConor Riley08.10.1992185 cm84 kgleft
DRyan Segalla29.12.1994185 cm84 kgleft
DMatthew Spencer24.03.1997188 cm92 kgright
DBlake Thompson20.11.1992185 cm93 kgleft
DAaron Titcomb16.05.1993191 cm95 kgright
DNick Trecapelli26.09.1991183 cm91 kgright
DColton White03.05.1997185 cm84 kgleft
D/FAlfred Larsson11.06.1993195 cm98 kgleft
LWTroy Bourke30.03.1994178 cm82 kgleft
FChris Calnan05.05.1994188 cm92 kgright
FCaleb Cameron20.03.1993178 cm84 kgleft
LWJ.C. Campagna11.06.1993193 cm93 kgleft
RWShane Conacher24.04.1994180 cm79 kgright
FJohn Edwardh08.02.1995180 cm86 kgleft
RWTim Harrison01.11.1994191 cm95 kgright
LWJames Henry11.03.1991173 cm82 kgright
CStephen Hrehoriak14.05.1993175 cm79 kgright
FTim Kielich25.03.1994183 cm84 kgleft
RWPierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond04.06.1985187 cm95 kgleft
FTy Loney01.03.1992190 cm85 kgN/A
FJustin MacDonald06.09.1990185 cm91 kgright
CKenton Miller10.02.1991183 cm80 kgleft
FBen Murphy07.09.1991183 cm91 kgright
FEric Neiley30.01.1992180 cm86 kgright
FEvan Neugold29.02.1992188 cm91 kgleft
FAustin Orszulak08.05.1992178 cm84 kgleft
FBo Pieper17.12.1994181 cm83 kgleft
FAndrew Radjenovic16.04.1991191 cm95 kgleft
FPaul Rodrigues13.10.1988179 cm84 kgleft
FRyan Schmelzer28.07.1993188 cm83 kgright
FStathis (Euvstathio) Soumelidis17.01.1994187 cm97 kgleft
CMichael Szmatula10.08.1992175 cm83 kgleft
FTerrence Wallin06.04.1992183 cm82 kgright
FBrian Ward14.02.1992185 cm86 kgN/A
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Brad Tapper28.04.1978Head Coach
Alex Loh??.??.????Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

Glens Falls Civic Center

Glens Falls Civic Center logo
  • Adress: Glens Falls Civic Center
    1 Civic Center Plaza
    Glens Falls, New York 12801
  • Phone: +1 518-798-0366
  • Web: http://www.glensfallscc.com
  • Capacity: 4806
  • Opened in: 1979
 

The Stockton Thunder franchise began as the first incarnation of the Cincinnati Cyclones, who were an expansion franchise that joined the East Coast Hockey League in 1990. Following the 1991-92 season, Cincinnati's owner Doug Kirchhofer was granted an expansion franchise in the International Hockey League and took all Cyclones colors, logos and monikers to be adopted by his future Cincinnati IHL franchise.

The ECHL moved the franchise rights that had been held by Kirchhofer to Birmingham, Alabama. The new franchise was named the Birmingham Bulls, named after the former former World Hockey Association franchise that played in Birmingham from 1976-79. The Bulls played their home games at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex from 1992 until 2001.

Following the 2000-01 season, the Birmingham Bulls would move to Atlantic City, New Jersey and become the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies. The Bullies would find success quickly in the ECHL, reaching the Conference Finals during the 2002 Kelly Cup playoffs and winning the Northeast Division title the following season. The Bullies would continue their streak through the 2003 Kelly Cup playoffs, winning the Kelly Cup after defeating the Columbia Inferno, 4 games to 1. Despite winning a division crown and making playoff appearances in all of their four seasons in New Jersey, including the 2003 Kelly Cup championship, the Bullies were unable to maintain a large average attendance. Following the 2004-05 season, the Bullies were sold to an ownership group out of Stockton, California that moved the team into Stockton Arena which was to open during the 2005-06 season. The Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies were relocated to Stockton following the 2004-05 season and the franchise was named the Stockton Thunder in May 2005. On January 29, 2015, the Calgary Flames announced that they would be moving their AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Flames, to Stockton as one of five charter member's of the AHL's new Pacific Division. The next day, the Flames announced that the ECHL's Stockton Thunder (who they had purchased the day before) would move to Glens Falls in what was essentially a "market swap".

  • from 1992 to 2001: Birmingham Bulls
  • from 2001 to 2005: Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
  • from 2005 to 2015: Stockton Thunder
  • from 2015 to present: Adirondack Thunder
 

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NY Islanders sign affiliation with Stockton Thunder

The New York Islanders and the Stockton Thunder of the ECHL and have reached a one year affiliation agreement for the 2013-14 season.
The Thunder previously had an NHL affiliation with the Edmonton Oilers (2006-13), San Jose Sharks (2010-12) and Phoenix Coyotes (2005-06).

(31 Jul 2013)
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Adirondack Thunder participates in season 2017-2018: ECHL, SPHL

 
 
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