Talk:Cincinnati Mighty Ducks

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Clean up[edit]

After I finish the AHL teams in current operation, I'll come back and clean this up. I'm actually using old Binghamton, NY teams as prototypes for a "defunct team" format. Check out: Broome Dusters, Binghamton Dusters, Binghamton Whalers, Binghamton Rangers, and B.C. Icemen. ccwaters 14:13, 22 August 2005 (UTC)

RailRaiders[edit]

I created Cincinnati RailRaiders. Please keep this article intact for historical reference (ie: don't merge). ccwaters 02:22, 23 October 2005 (UTC)

Defunct AHL[edit]

The Cincinnati Mighty Ducks should be added to the list of defunct AHL teams. If they are not on this list because the team is not actually defunct, but just "temporaily suspended opperations" then the other two AHL teams in that class should be catagorized as suspended opperations. The other two teams are the Edmonton Road Runners and the Utah Grizzlies. These three teams are not actually defunct since they are in the process of looking for new cities to play in and NHL affiliations.

I added them to Template:Defunct_AHL if that is what you are referring to... ccwaters 14:13, 24 August 2006 (UTC)

To Merge[edit]

Per an AfD, some material to clean up and merge here:


Cincinnati RailRaiders
Cincinnati RailRaiders
Founded 2005
Home ice Cincinnati Gardens
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio
Colors blue, black, and silver
League American Hockey League
Head coach --
General manager --
Owner --

The Cincinnati RailRaiders are a dormant professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League.

Founded: 2005-2006
Arena: Cincinnati Gardens
Uniform colors: blue, black, and silver
Logo design: A train.
Affiliate: none
Division titles won: none
Regular season titles won: none
League championships won: none
Local Media: The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Cincinnati Post

History[edit]

In October 2005, the dormant Cincinnati Mighty Ducks AHL franchise announced that the new RailRaiders name and logo.

On April 5, 2006, the RailRaiders announced that the ticket sales required to secure an NHL affiliate had fallen short, and AHL hockey would not return to the Cincinnati area for the 2006-07 season.

The franchise was previously known as: Cincinnati Mighty Ducks (1997-2005)

Year-by-year record[edit]

Have not played yet

Team records[edit]

Have not played yet

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