Alpena Thunder

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This article is about the current NJHL franchise, For the defunct NAHL team, see Alpena IceDiggers.
Alpena Thunder
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City Alpena, Michigan
League Independent, CJHL
Founded 2010
Home arena Northern Lights Arena
Colors

Navy Blue, Blue, and White


              
Owner(s) Alpena Thunder Hockey LLC
General manager Joseph Kolodziej
Franchise history
2010-Present Alpena Thunder

The Alpena Thunder are an independent Junior A ice hockey team. The team plays out of Northern Lights Arena in Alpena, Michigan.[1]

History[edit]

The Franchise was formed in 2010 as an expansion franchise in the 2010-11 season of Northern Junior Hockey League. In August 2010 the Northern Junior Hockey league folded when several teams left the league for other leagues. Findlay Grrrowl and expansion team Danville Express, leaving the Thunder scrambling to find a league. On September 3, 2010 it was announced Alpena would play in the new, independent Continental Junior Hockey League as well as an independent schedule against other junior ice hockey teams.[2]

Season-by-season standings[edit]

Season GP W L T OTL GF GA P Results Playoffs
2010-11 12 9 3 0 0 79 43 18 1st CJHL Won League

Current roster[edit]

  1. 4 - Keith Hansen
  2. 5 - Luke Wizauer
  3. 6 - Drew Cole
  4. 7 - Harmon Grubbs
  5. 9 - Blake Wilcox
  6. 11 - Leo Donovan
  7. 14 - Max Schved
  8. 15 - Ryan Haupt
  9. 17 - Nikko Keider
  10. 19 - Brent Kallio
  11. 23 - Cody Mathieu
  12. 24 - Casey Collignon
  13. 27 - Blaze Keider
  14. 30 - Alex Wyckoff
  15. 31 - Doug Snow
  16. 74 - Jared Plume
  17. 81 - Alex Benson
  18. 83 - Keegan McHenry
  19. 91 - Joe Kallio

External links[edit]

Reference list[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.alpenanow.com/index.php/2010/05/03/alpena-thunder-unveil-team-logo-unveiled/
  2. ^ http://continentaljrhockeyleague.com/