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|Conference||Eastern Conference (AIHL)|
|Division||Colonial Division (AIHL)|
|History||Pittsburgh (Steel City) Phantoms
2005 - 2006
2006 - present
|Arena||Bladerunners Ice Complex|
|City||Harmar Township, Pennsylvania|
|Team Colors||Red, Black, Gold|
|General Manager||Jon Roux|
|Minor League Affiliates||Harmarville Bandits (PIHA-Minors)|
|Champions/Founders Cups||2008-09 (AIHL)|
|Conference Championships||2008-09 (AIHL)|
|Division Championships||2006-07 (PIHA)|
The Pittsburgh Bandits had an expansion season finishing with a 34-4 record, and a 32-2 regular season record, the best in the history of PIHA. The 2007-08 Bandits were led by Dustin Roux, the team's leading scorer last season, along with Brock Wilson, a top defenseman in the country, and Mitchell Hardin who will likely be one of the best goalies in the league. Other players who will be big contributors are Ben Dyer, Jason Roux, Eric Keene, Jeremy Lascko, Sean Masem, Jake Cole, and a good goaltender in Kevin Hammerschlag. Returning to coach this season will be Jon Roux and Joe Catena.
The Bandits lost quite a few players from last season, but the youth of the team should prove to help, they are all under 23 years old and their speed should help them a lot against teams of veterans like the Growl and Lunatics.
Since that time, the Pittsburgh Bandits have grown into an expansive inline hockey organization, encompasing multiple teams in every age division. Currently, the Elite team is led by players such as Dustin Roux on offense, and Dave Thomas on defense.
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