Detroit Falcons (CoHL)

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The Detroit Falcons were a professional ice hockey team based in Fraser, MI from 1992–1996. For the 1991–1992 season they were known as the Michigan Falcons. They were a member of the Colonial Hockey League, and served as an affiliate team of the Detroit Red Wings and their farm team, the Adirondack Red Wings. After five seasons in Fraser, the franchise relocated to Port Huron, Michigan, where it was renamed the Port Huron Border Cats.

Founded: 1991 (as Michigan Falcons)
Arena: Fraser Ice Arena
Uniform colours:
Logo design: A falcon playing hockey
Division titles won: 2 - 1992, 1995

Season-by-season record[edit]

Season GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
1991–92 60 34 22 4 - 75 296 257 1405 1st League Lost in Semifinals Wildcats 1-4
1992–93 60 36 20 4 - 76 303 239 1461 2nd League Lost in First Round Wildcats 2-4
1993–94 64 34 25 5 - 73 296 275 1629 3rd West Division Lost in Quarterfinals Generals 1-3
1994–95 74 45 27 2 - 92 329 273 1696 1st West Division Won in Quarterfinals Blizzard 3-2, Lost in Semifinals Fury 2-4
1995–96 74 33 32 9 - 75 275 310 2545 3rd East Division Won in Quarterfinals Fury 4-1, Lost Semifinals Generals 1-4