San Diego Barracudas

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San Diego Barracudas
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City San Diego, California
Founded 1993
Home arena San Diego Sports Arena
Colors

Teal, Purple, Black, White

Murphy Cups None
Conference Championships None
Division Championships None
Franchise history
San Diego Barracudas
(1993 - 1996)

The San Diego Barracudas were a southern Californian professional inline hockey team which existed from 1993 through 1996. The Barracudas were a part of Roller Hockey International. The team's home games were played at the San Diego Sports Arena. They relocated to Ontario, California in the 1998 and 1999 seasons, known as the Ontario Barracudas to replace the Palm Desert/Ontario Silvercats (to also represented Palm Springs, California).

Leading scorers[edit]

  • 1993: Daniel Shank (28 goals, 31 assists)
  • 1994: Scott Gruhl (28 goals, 33 assists)
  • 1995: John Spoltore (14 goals, 34 assists)
  • 1996: John Spoltore (16 goals, 48 assists)

Team records[edit]

  • Most goals: Oleg Yashin, 50
  • Most goals, season: Max Middendorf, 29 (1993)
  • Most assists: Allen Leggett, 87
  • Most assists, season: John Spoltore, 48 (1996)
  • Most points: Oleg Yashin, 123
  • Most points, season: John Spoltore, 64 (1996)
  • Most penalty minutes: Daniel Shank & Max Middendorf, 107
  • Most penalty minutes, season: Daniel Shank, 107 (1993)
  • Most games played: Alan Leggett, 72
  • Most games played, goaltender: Frankie Ouellette, 70

Season-by-season record[edit]

Season W L T OTL Points Finish Playoffs
1993 5 9 0 -- 10 3rd in Buss Div. did not qualify
1994 9 9 4 -- 22 4th in Pacific Div. lost first round (LA)
1995 12 11 1 -- 25 3rd in Pacific Div. lost second round (ANA)
1996 9 18 0 1 19 4th in Pacific Div. did not qualify

Alumni who also played in the NHL[edit]

Alumni who also played in European Hockey Leagues[edit]

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