Curtis Huppe
Position Right Wing
Shoots Right
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
195 lb (89 kg)
F. Teams
Hull Stingrays
Belfast Giants
Coventry Blaze
Nationality Flag of Canada Canadian
Born February 21 1979 (1979-02-21) (age 41),
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Pro Career 2000 – present

Curtis Huppe (born February 21, 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian ice hockey forward currently playing for the Manchester Phoenix in the English Premier Ice Hockey League.

Career Edit

Huppe began his junior career in the Western Hockey League for the Medicine Hat Tigers, Lethbridge Hurricanes and the Tri-City Americans. After a brief spell in the United Hockey League for the Muskegon Fury during their playoff run, Huppe spent the next four seasons in the East Coast Hockey League, where he played for Greenville Grrrowl, Greensboro Generals, Jackson Bandits, Arkansas RiverBlades, Cincinnati Cyclones and the South Carolina Stingrays.[1].

In 2004, Huppe joined the Belfast Giants and quickly became a huge fan favourite at the Odyssey Arena. He represented the Giants for three seasons, helping the side to the Elite League Championship in 2005/06 playing on the giants most successful line with Theo Fleury and Ed Courtenay.

Huppe finished his stint with the Belfast Giants in 2007[2].

On June 12 2007 he was announced as having signed for the Coventry Blaze.

On March 9 2008, Coventry Blaze retained the Elite League Championship, with Huppe scoring the Championship winning goal against the Belfast Giants. Huppe finished the 2008 Elite League season with an impressive 74 points in 58 games, his most productive year to date. Huppe joined than to Corpus Christi IceRays in the Central Hockey League on 26 December 2008[3].

On April 24, 2008, Huppe announced his retirement from Hockey, but was tempted out of retirement by former Coventry Blaze colleague Sylvain Cloutier in December 2008. On 29 April 2009, Huppe signed a contract with the Hull Stingrays as player assistant coach, marking a return to the Elite League and re-uniting him with Cloutier who is now the Head-coach of the Stingrays.[4].


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  2. » #39 Curtis Huppe, LW on
  3. IceRays Sign Veteran Huppe on
  4. Huppe coup for Stingrays on

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