New York Bluefins
|New York Bluefins|
|League||Federal Hockey League|
|Colors||Navy blue, sky blue, white
|2010||Broome County Barons|
|2010–2011||Cape Cod Barons|
|2011–2012||Cape Cod Bluefins|
|2012–2013||New York Bluefins|
|Regular season titles||0|
They played the 2010-11 season as the Broome County Barons. As a result of a market study conducted by the Federal Hockey League during the end of the 2010-2011 regular season the FHL moved the franchise to Cape Cod. MA.
The Barons franchise was owned by the Commissioner of the FHL, Don Kirnan. On March 3, 2011 the Federal Hockey League franchise rights for Cape Cod were transferred to the Cape Cod Hockey Development Foundation.
For the 2012-13 season, home games were scheduled to be played at a number of rinks throughout the Cape including ice arenas in Hyannis, Orleans, Falmouth, Bourne, and Martha's Vineyard. The team stopped playing home games in late November 2012.
On December 15, 2012, it was announced that the control of the Bluefins was taken by the league with plans to move to the Syracuse area of New York and took on the name New York Bluefins. However they became a road-only for the league to use to fill out the remaining home schedules of the other teams and would fold at the end of the season.
- "New York Bluefins Statistics and History". HockeyDB. Retrieved March 17, 2015.
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