San Diego Gulls (1990–95)

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The second San Diego Gulls team was founded in 1990 as part of the International Hockey League. The Gulls played at the San Diego Sports Arena, now known as the Valley View Casino Center.

The team played five seasons, then relocated to Los Angeles, California in 1995 to become the Los Angeles Ice Dogs. After one season in LA, the team moved to Long Beach and later would leave the IHL and join the WCHL (West Coast Hockey League). The Gulls were coached by Mike O'Connell (1990–91), Don Waddell (1991–92), Rick Dudley (1992–93), Harold Snepsts (1993–94), and Walt Kyle (1994–95).

In the 1992–93 season, the Gulls won the Fred A. Huber Trophy finishing first place overall in the regular season, setting an IHL record of 132 points earned as a team. The Gulls reached the Turner Cup finals, but were swept in four games by the Fort Wayne Komets.

Season-by-season results[edit]

Legend: OL=Overtime loss, Pct=Winning percentage [1]

Season Games Won Lost OL Points Pct % Goals
for
Goals
against
Playoffs
1990–91 83 30 45 8 68 0.410 273 362 Out of Playoffs
1991–92 82 45 28 9 99 0.604 340 298 Lost in round 1
1992–93 82 62 12 8 132 0.805 381 229 Lost in Finals
1993–94 81 42 28 11 95 0.586 311 302 Lost in round 2
1994–95 81 37 36 8 82 0.506 268 301 Lost in round 1

Former San Diego Gulls Players (IHL)[edit]

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