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Roanoke Valley Rebels (ECHL)

For the other ice hockey teams with the same name, see Roanoke Valley Rebels.
Roanoke Valley Rebels
City Vinton, Virginia
League ECHL
Division East
Founded 1990
Operated 1990–1992
Home arena LancerLot Sports Complex

Blue, red, white

Owner(s) Henry Brabham
Head coach Claude Noel (1990-91)
Roy Sommer (1991-92)
Franchise history
1990–1992 Roanoke Valley Rebels
1992–1993 Roanoke Valley Rampage

The Roanoke Valley Rebels were a minor league hockey franchise in the ECHL from 1990-92. The Rebels played their games at the LancerLot in Vinton, Virginia. The Rebels played from 1988-90 as the Virginia Lancers and were renamed the Roanoke Valley Rampage after the 1991-92 season.

After two seasons of playing as the Rebels, owner Henry Brabham would sell the team to Larry Revo, and he would rename the team the Roanoke Valley Rampage.

Season-by-season results

Season Games Won Lost Tied Points GF GA PIM Playoffs
1990-91 64 26 31 7 59 218 295 2006 Did Not Qualify
1991-92 64 21 36 7 49 236 313 2053 Lost In Round 1

Notable Personnel

  • Claude Noel - Rebels Head Coach, 1990-91 season. Would lead the Milwaukee Admirals to the 2003-04 Calder Cup championship, and would later become the fifth head coach in Columbus Bluejackets history.

External links

  • Team profile at The Internet Hockey Database

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