2012–13 Missouri Mavericks season

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2012–13 Missouri Mavericks
League T-5th Central Hockey League
2012–13 record 35-25-6
Home record 19-12-2
Road record 16-13-4
Goals for 217
Goals against 222
Team information
General Manager Brent Thiessen
Coach Scott Hillman
Captain Sebastien Thinel[1]
Alternate captains Ryan Jardine, Dave Pszenyczny, David Simoes[1]
Arena Independence Events Center[2]
Average attendance 5,522
Team leaders
Goals Kenton Miller (30)
Assists Sebastien Thinel (67)
Points Sebastien Thinel (96)
Penalties in minutes Dave Pszenyczny (102)
Plus/minus Sebastien Thinel (+28)
Wins Mike Clemente (25)
Goals against average Mathieu Corbeil (2.69)
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The 2012–13 Missouri Mavericks season is the fourth season of the Central Hockey League (CHL) franchise in Independence, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri.

Off-season[edit]

On May 24, 2012, the Mavericks extended Head Coach Scott Hillman's contract for two additional seasons through the 2013–14 season.[3]

On July 31, 2012, the Mavericks announced an agreement with Entercom to have all 66 games for the 2012-13 season broadcast on radio on 1660 KUDL.[4]

On September 8, 2012, the Mavericks announced the renewal of their affiliation agreement with the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League for the 2012–13 season.[5]

On October 19, 2012, the day of the Mavericks' first Regular Season game against the Denver Cutthroats, the team announced Sebastien Thinel as the team's Captain and Ryan Jardine, Dave Pszenyczny, and David Simoes as Alternate Captains.[1]

Regular season[edit]

On March 17, 2013, with a 3–1 win over the Quad City Mallards, the Mavericks clinched their fourth consecutive berth in the 2013 Central Hockey League Ray Miron President's Cup Playoffs.[6] It was announced on March 24, 2013, that the Mavericks clinched the 5th seed and would play the 4th-seeded Rapid City Rush in the first round of the playoffs.[7]

Team[8] GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
y-Allen Americans 66 39 18 9 210 176 87
x-Wichita Thunder 66 39 19 8 240 182 86
x-Fort Worth Brahmas 66 36 22 8 187 182 80
x-Rapid City Rush 66 35 24 7 177 179 77
x-Missouri Mavericks 66 35 25 6 217 222 76
x-Quad City Mallards 66 34 26 6 219 201 74
x-Arizona Sundogs 66 32 27 7 180 185 71
x-Denver Cutthroats 66 30 26 10 205 215 70
Bloomington Blaze 66 28 36 2 230 246 58
Tulsa Oilers 66 22 39 5 177 254 49
y- Won Governor's Cup
x- Advanced to playoffs

Playoffs[edit]

On April 23, 2013, the Mavericks' 2012–13 season ended with a 7–3 loss to the Allen Americans on the road in Allen, Texas in Game 7 of the Ray Miron President's Cup Playoffs Semifinals.[9]

2013 Central Hockey League Ray Miron President's Cup Playoffs[10]

Awards, Records, and Milestones[edit]

Awards and Records[edit]

Player Award/Record
Missouri Mavericks
  • CHL Awards (2012-13 Season):[12]
    • CHL Franchise of the Year
    • CHL Ticket Sales Franchise of the Year
    • CHL Group Sales Franchise of the Year
    • CHL Corporate Partnership Team of the Year
  • Central Hockey League 2012-13 Season "Best of The Best" Poll:[13][14]
    • 1st Place:
      • Best Team Uniforms (Overall)
      • Best Game Notes
      • Best Use of Social Media
      • Best Mascot (Mac)
      • Best On-Ice Promotions
    • 2nd Place:
      • Best Fans
      • Best Ice Surface
      • Best Team Website
    • 3rd Place
      • Best Press Box
      • Best Booster Club
Sebastien Thinel
  • Central Hockey League's Most Valuable Player (2012-13 season)[15]
  • Named to 2012-13 Season All-CHL Team.[16]
  • Central Hockey League 2012-13 Season "Best of The Best" Poll:[13][14]
    • 1st Place:
      • Best Overall Player
      • Best Playmaker
      • Most Valuable to His Team
      • Most Gentlemanly Player
    • 3rd Place:
      • Best on Power Play
Jeff Pierce
Mike Clemente
Mathieu Corbeil
  • Oakley CHL Goaltender of The Week (Period ended November 25, 2012). In 2 games, he had a 2-0-0 record with a 1.00 GAA, 50 Saves, and a Save Percentage of 0.962.[20]
Andrew Courtney
Kellan Tochkin
Dave Pszenyczny
Colt King
  • Central Hockey League 2012-13 Season "Best of The Best" Poll:[13][14]
    • 1st Place:
      • Best Bodychecker
    • 2nd Place:
      • Best Power Forward
    • 3rd Place
      • Best Fighter (Heavyweight)
David Simoes
  • Central Hockey League 2012-13 Season "Best of The Best" Poll:[13][14]
    • 2nd Place:
      • Best Fighter (Pound for Pound)
John-Scott Dickson
Kenton Miller
Bob Rennison
Steve Garrett
Brent Thiessen
Independence Events Center
Independence, Missouri
  • Central Hockey League 2012-13 Season "Best of The Best" Poll:[13][14]
    • 1st Place:
      • Most Attractive Place to Play

Transactions[25][edit]