|League||Southern Hockey League|
|Home arena||Richmond Coliseum|
|Colors||White, silver, sky blue, black
|Head coach||Forbes Kennedy|
|Affiliates||New York Rangers
St. Louis Blues
The Richmond Wildcats were a minor league professional ice hockey team based in Richmond, Virginia. Richmond joined the Southern Hockey League as an expansion team in 1976, and replaced the void at the Richmond Coliseum, when the Richmond Robins ceased operations. The Wildcats were affiliated with the New York Rangers, and the St. Louis Blues, for the 1976–77 Southern Hockey League season. Forbes Kennedy was named the team's coach. The offence was led by Barry Scully with 44 points, Claude Periard with 30 goals, and Lorne Rombough with 28 goals. The Wildcats played 38 games before the team folded on January 3, 1977 due to financial problems.
Richmond won 21 games, compared to 16 losses and a tie, and earned the fifth most points in the league.
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