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Danbury Whalers

Danbury Whalers
City Danbury, Connecticut
League Federal Hockey League
Founded 2010
Home arena Danbury Ice Arena
Colors Green, white, navy
Owner(s) Danbury Whalers LLC (Alan Friedman, Senior Partner, President, CFO Herm Sorcher - CEO/Managing Partner, Lawrence Sorcher - Chairman, Jarrod Moses - Partner, Chief Marketing Officer, Sam Tobias - Partner, Gregg Konopaske - Partner, & Michael Barnes - Partner)
Head coach Phil Esposito
Media The News-Times
Franchise history
2010-present Danbury Whalers
Regular season titles 1 (2013-14)
Playoff championships 1 (2012-13)

The Danbury Whalers are a minor league professional ice hockey team in the Federal Hockey League that began play in the 2010-11 season. Based in Danbury, Connecticut, the Whalers play at the Danbury Ice Arena, located in CityCenter Danbury. Their name comes from the Hartford Whalers who were a professional ice hockey team based in Connecticut and played in Hartford from 1975-1997 before relocating to Carolina.

As of the 2014-15 season, the Danbury Whalers are an affiliate of the Evansville IceMen of the ECHL.[1]

On March 22, 2013, the Whalers won their first FHL Commissioner's Cup Title by sweeping the Dayton Demonz in front of a home standing-room only crowd of 3,116 fans.[2]

The Danbury Whalers have led the FHL in home attendance in each of the five years of the league's existence.

Season-by-season record

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2010-11 47 24 18 5 53 184 173 4th of 6 FHL Lost in 1st round series (2-3 vs. New York Aviators)
2011-12 51 30 20 1 89 207 185 3rd of 8 FHL Lost in FHL Finals series (0-3 vs. New Jersey Outlaws)
2012-13 51 28 17 6 86 218 188 2nd of 4 FHL Won FHL Championship Series (3-0 vs. Dayton Demonz)
2013-14 56 37 11 8 117 241 160 1st of 4 FHL Lost in FHL Finals series (2-3 vs. Dayton Demonz)
2014-15 54 27 21 6 84 204 186 4th of 6 FHL Lost in FHL Semifinals series (1-2 vs Watertown Wolves)

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