Madison Kodiaks

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The Madison Kodiaks were a minor league ice hockey team based in Madison, Wisconsin, during the 1999-2000 UHL season. Affiliated with the AHL Milwaukee Admirals, the Kodiaks were an expansion team that filled the void left by the recently departed Madison Monsters.

After one season, the team moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, to play as the second incarnation of the Kalamazoo Wings.

Owners[edit]

The team's 14 owners were Bill Bartkowiak, Richard (Dick) Chvala, Keith Decker, Harold N. Homburg, Leo Hunstinger, Jerry Phipps, Steve Schmitt, Charlie Schutze, John Steinhafel, Linda Holmes, Mike O' Brien, Greg Roessler, Kate Roessler and Dave Strassman.

Roster[edit]

Coaches

Kent Hawley—Head Coach Andy Faulkner—Player/Assistant Coach Jeff Winter—Player Assistant Coach

Players
  • # 1 David Fletcher—Goalie
  • #29 Eoin McInerney—Goalie
  • # 5 Derek Beuselinck—Defense
  • #27 Josh Boni—Center
  • #19 Jim Duhart—Right Wing
  • #34 Brad Englehart—Forward
  • #21 Andy Faulkner—Forward
  • # 9 Mathias Frelin—Defense
  • #49 Randy Holmes—Forward
  • # 6 Jason Hughes—Defense
  • #13 Dave Jesiolowski—Right Wing
  • #32 Matt Loen—Center
  • #18 Mikhail Nemirovski—Right Wing
  • # 4 Steve Parsons—Defense
  • #33 Luke Strand—Right Wing
  • #37 Jeff Winter—Defense
  • #25 Brian Wilson—Forward

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