|League||Federal Hockey League|
|Home arena||Airmen Pond at Bowman Field|
|Colors||Black, Red, Gray, White
|Owner(s)||Kristin Ann Rooney, Esq.|
|General manager||Chris Firriolo|
|Head coach||Chris Firriolo|
|Affiliates||Elmira Jackals (ECHL)|
|2011–2012||New Jersey Outlaws|
|Regular season titles||1 (2012)|
|Playoff championships||1 (2012)|
The Williamsport Outlaws were a professional ice hockey team in the Federal Hockey League. The team played the 2011-2012 season in Wayne, New Jersey as the New Jersey Outlaws. Following winning the FHL championship in 2012, the Outlaws announces they would move to Williamsport, Pennsylvania and play all of their games outdoors at Bowman Field while awaiting the completion of an arena in Williamsport.
The Outlaws ceased operations on January 21, 2013 after the team owner refused to play the remaining road games. The team was later rebranded as the Pennsylvania Blues on February 8, 2013 after the FHL took over control of the team and used the Blues as a traveling team to fill the schedule for the remainder of the season.
Federal Hockey League
- Historic Bowman Field Home to the Williamsport Outlaws
- Outlaws announce affiliation with the ECHL Elmira Jackals
- "Williamsport Outlaws Cease Operations -- FHL Takes Over Management of Team". FHL. Jan 24, 2013. Retrieved 25 January 2013.