Minnesota Magicians

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Minnesota Magicians
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City Richfield, Minnesota
League North American Hockey League
Division Midwest
Founded 2013
Home arena Richfield Ice Arena
Colors

Red, Black, and White


              
Owner(s) Minnesota Junior Hockey Group (Scott Krueger, Joe Pankratz, Scott Meyer)
General manager Tom Upton (2014-15)
Head coach Tom Upton (2014-15)
Media Fast Hockey
Franchise history
2013-present Minnesota Magicians

The Minnesota Magicians are a junior hockey team in the North American Hockey League. Based in Richfield, Minnesota, the Magicians play their home games at Richfield Ice Arena. The Magicians are the only tier-II junior hockey team in the Twin Cities.

History[edit]

The Minnesota Magicians were founded in 2013 by the Minnesota Junior Hockey Group, and currently compete within the Midwest Division of the North American Hockey League (NAHL). The team plays its home games at Richfield Ice Arena, an 1,800 seat facility located in the Minneapolis suburb of Richfield.[1] In March 2014 the team completed its inaugural season of play with 50 points, averaging nearly 700 fans per game.[2]

Season records[edit]

Season GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Finish
Minnesota Magicians
2013-14 60 21 31 8 50 143 193 1045 6th Midwest

Coaches and staff[edit]

Coaches and staff
Title Name
Head coach/GM Tom Upton
Assistant/Strength & Conditioning Coach Shane Wagner
Goalie Coach AJ Bucchino
Scout (Western US) Peter Torsson
Scout (Minnesota) Jesse Rooney
Director of Hockey Operations Chad Peterson
Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations Jimmy Lilledahl
Equipment Manager Robb Dahlen
Owner/Governor Scott Krueger
Owner Joe Pankratz - Scott Meyer - Scott Krueger

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