Chicago Freeze

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Chicago Freeze
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City Geneva, Illinois
League NAHL
Division West
Founded 1992
Home arena Fox Valley Ice Arena
Colors Navy Blue, White, and Black
              
Franchise history
1992–1997 Detroit Freeze
1997–2003 Chicago Freeze

The Chicago Freeze was a Tier II Junior A ice hockey team in the North American Hockey League's West Division. The team was originally the Detroit Freeze until it relocated to a Chicago suburb of Geneva. The Chicago Freeze skated out of the Fox Valley Ice Arena which later became home to the Chicago Hitmen of the NAHL.[1]

Notable Alumni[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SOL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Attendance Finish
1997–98 56 28 24 4 60 202 208 2,468 Out of playoffs
1998–99 56 28 23 4 60 189 178 1,751 Out of playoffs
1999–00 56 26 35 4 56 171 194 1,616 Out of playoffs
2000–01 56 35 33 1 3 71 230 198 1,318 Out of playoffs
2001–02 56 16 33 4 3 36 153 231 1,362 Out of playoffs
2002–03 56 24 34 3 5 70 220 180 1,700 Out of playoffs

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