Chi-Town Shooters
City: Dyer, Indiana
League: All American Hockey League
Founded: 2008
Home Arena: Midwest Training and Ice Center
Colors: Blue, Black, White, Silver
General Manager: Sue Anderson
Head Coach: Darren Seid
Media: WJOB-1230 AM
Affiliates: Dayton Gems, IHL (higher)
Rogue Valley Wranglers, NorPac (lower)
Franchise history
2008-2010: Chi-Town Shooters (AAHL)
2010-2011: Chi-Town Shooters
Regular Season Titles: 1 (2009)

The Chi-Town Shooters were a professional ice hockey team that played in the All American Hockey League. The team played its home games at the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer, Indiana. The "Shooters" name refers to the casinos in the South Shore region of northwestern Indiana.


On April 5, 2009, the Shooters won their first and only Rod Davidson Cup, beating the Battle Creek Revolution in the final deciding game of a best of 9 series.

On August 18, 2010, the team announced it would leave the AAHL and ownership plans to form a junior ice hockey team beginning in 2011.[1]

The West Michigan Blizzard then moved to Dyer to become the Indiana Blizzard.

On December 29, 2010 the Indiana Blizzard folded and the players were used to create a reformed Shooters team.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Season GP WLOLSLPts GF GA Standing Playoff Result
2008-09 41301100602261581stRod Davidson Cup Champions
2009-1046301132652251751stLost Semifinals
2010-1170610124383rdLost Final

Note: The Indiana Blizzard folded in December of 2010 and the Shooters assumed the record of the Blizzard for the 2010-11 season. The record above indicates the Shooters record

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