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Cleveland Lumberjacks

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City  Cleveland, Ohio
Colors  Blue, gold, black
Founded  1992
Operated  1965–2001
1960–1965  Muskegon Zephyrs
Color  Blue, gold, black
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League  International Hockey League
Home arena  Richfield Coliseum (cap.20,000) 1992–1994 Gund Arena (cap. 20,056) 1994–2001
Location  Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Affiliates  Minnesota Wild (2000–2001)

Cleveland lumberjacks


The Cleveland Lumberjacks were an International Hockey League (IHL) team based in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Facts

Cleveland Lumberjacks 199596 Patrick Lalime Cleveland Lumberjacks Game Worn JerseyOwner: Larry Gordon Logo design: "Buzz"- A beaver wearing overalls holding a homemade hockey stick framed by a circular saw blade Division titles won: none Regular season titles won: none League championships won: none Mascot: Buzz Local media: WUAB (1992–94), WBNX (1994–95), WKNR (1995-2001)

History

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Originally formed in 1960 in Muskegon, Michigan as the Muskegon Zephyrs, the team was renamed the Mohawks in 1965 and the Lumberjacks in 1984. It moved to Cleveland in 1992 as part of the IHL's move upmarket, bringing professional hockey back to Cleveland for the first time in 14 years. It later folded along with the IHL at the end of the 2000–01 season.

Market previously served by: Cleveland Barons of the NHL (1976–78) Franchise replaced by: Cleveland Barons of the AHL (2001–06)

Season-by-season record

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Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses/Shootout losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Team records

Cleveland Lumberjacks Pinterest The world39s catalog of ideasGoals: 48 Dave Michayluk (1993–94) Assists: 70 Jock Callander (1993–94) Points: 112 Dave Michayluk (1992–93) Points, Defenseman: 68 Dale DeGray (1994–95) Penalty Minutes: 427 Paul Laus (1992–93) Game Winning Goals: 12 Jamie Sargent (1996-1997) Wins: 26 Rob Dopson (1992–93) Shutouts: 6 Zac Bierk (2000–01) GAA: 2.68 Evgeni Nabokov (1999–2000) SV%: .920 Evgeni Nabokov (1999–2000) Career Goals: 181 Jock Callander Career Assists: 279 Jock Callander Career Points: 460 Jock Callander Career Penalty Minutes: 948 Rick Hayward Career Goaltending Wins: 43 Philippe DeRouville Career Shutouts: 6 Zac Bierk Career Games: 501 Jock Callander
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