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Pensacola Ice Flyers

Pensacola Ice Flyers
City Pensacola, Florida
League Southern Professional Hockey League
Founded 2009
Home arena Pensacola Bay Center
Colors Navy Blue, Grey, White
Owner(s) Greg Harris
Tim Kerr
David J. Maloney
Dr. Stuart Harlin
Media Pensacola News Journal, WEAR3
Franchise history
2009–present Pensacola Ice Flyers
Regular season titles 1 2013-14
Playoff championships 2 (2012-13) (2013-14)

The Pensacola Ice Flyers are a professional ice hockey team of the Southern Professional Hockey League. The team played their first season in 2009-2010. Home games are played at the Pensacola Bay Center, previously home to the ECHL's Pensacola Ice Pilots from 1996 until their folding in 2008.

The "Ice Flyers" name has a double meaning – it is both a tribute to Pensacola's heritage in Naval aviation (Naval Air Station Pensacola is home to the legendary Blue Angels and the National Museum of Naval Aviation) and an homage to original owner Tim Kerr, who previously played eleven seasons with the National Hockey League's Philadelphia Flyers.[1]

On April 14, 2013, the Ice Flyers beat the Huntsville Havoc 2–0 in Game 3 of the President's Cup Finals to win the franchise's first-ever President's Cup.[2] The win also solidified the City of Pensacola's first ever professional sports championship.

Season-by-season record

Regular Season
Season GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Finish
2009-10 56 25 23 8 58 176 205 968 5th
2010-11 56 28 28 - 56 187 195 1148 5th
2011-12 56 30 22 4 64 187 176 873 4th
2012-13 56 33 18 5 71 171 149 1113 3rd
2013-14 56 38 13 5 81 207 139 1029 1st
Post Season
Season GP W L GF GA PIM Finish
2009-10 3 1 2 8 11 72 Lost Quarterfinals
2010-11 3 1 2 8 13 59 Lost Quarterfinals
2011-12 6 4 2 14 8 94 Lost League Finals
2012-13 7 6 1 18 9 86 Won President's Cup
2013-14 7 6 1 28 10 87 Won President's Cup


Updated November 28, 2014.[3]
# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
7 Flaherty, KeeganKeegan Flaherty LW R 24 2013 Duluth, Minnesota, USA Ice Flyers
8 Fabian, JasonJason Fabian RW R 25 2014 Roseau, Minnesota, USA tryout
9 Akins, DrewDrew Akins RW L 29 2014 Excelsior, Minnesota, USA Ice Flyers
10 Budd, MichaelMichael Budd LW L 25 2014 Burlington, Ontario, Canada Ice Flyers
17 Lutes, BrettBrett Lutes (C) C L 33 2013 Riverview, New Brunswick, Canada Ice Flyers
19 Good, MitchellMitchell Good RW R 25 2013 Wellesley, Ontario, Canada Ice Flyers
24 Ferriero, CoryCory Ferriero RW R 23 2014 Boston, Massachusetts, USA Ice Flyers
25 Pawlick, AdamAdam Pawlick C L 25 2013 Utica, New York, USA Ice Flyers
27 Banfield, CoreyCorey Banfield LW L 28 2013 Calgary, Alberta, Canada Ice Flyers
37 Anthoine, MarkMark Anthoine LW L 24 2014 Lewiston, Maine, USA Ice Flyers
55 Bueltel, JoeJoe Bueltel LW L 24 2013 Louisville, Colorado, USA Ice Flyers
2 Rush, JarrettJarrett Rush D R 29 2014 Pennington, New Jersey, USA Ice Flyers
6 Baker, DrewDrew Baker D R 29 2013 USA Ice Flyers
12 Tesoriero, PhilPhil Tesoriero D R 27 2014 Boulder, Colorado, USA Ice Flyers
26 Bergin, SteveSteve Bergin (A) D L 26 2012 Groton, Massachusetts, USA Ice Flyers
28 Sova, DanielDaniel Sova D R 24 2014 Cottage Grove, Minnesota, USA Ice Flyers
44 Gates, JeremyJeremy Gates (A) D L 27 2014 Jackson, Michigan, USA Ice Flyers
29 Strang, MaxMax Strang G R 25 2014 Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania, USA Ice Flyers
31 Bartus, GarrettGarrett Bartus G L 25 2014 St. Charles, Illinois, USA Ice Flyers

Former Ice Flyers who have gone on to represent their country internationally

  • Joey Hughes () - Hughes played his rookie professional season, and last season in North America, with the Ice Flyers during their inaugural season. Hughes had represented Australia in the World Championships prior to playing for the Ice Flyers and was unable to play in the 2010 World Championship due to the SPHL Playoffs. He made his return to the Australian National Team for the 2011 World Championships and also competed in the 2012 edition.

See also

External links

  • Pensacola Ice Flyers website
  • The Southern Professional Hockey League website
  • Ice Flyer Nation (Fan Site)


  1. ^ Blakeney, Jason (May 9, 2009). "Commentary: New team, new name, new opportunity". Pensacola News Journal. Retrieved May 10, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Huntsville Havoc loses to Pensacola in SPHL championship game". 14 April 2013. Retrieved 14 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "Pensacola Ice Flyers roster". Pensacola Ice Flyers. Retrieved 2014-11-28. 
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