The Detroit Hettche were a minor league professional ice hockey team based in Detroit, Michigan, and played at the Detroit Olympia. The team was originally known as the Windsor Spitfires and were one of the four founding members of the International Hockey League in 1945. The team was renamed Windsor Hettche Spitfires in 1947, then moved across the river from Windsor, Ontario in 1949. The team played seven seasons total, folding in 1952.
|1945–46||Windsor Spitfires||15||1||12||2||4||0.133||?||?||4th, IHL|
|1946–47||Windsor Spitfires||28||14||10||4||32||0.571||162||141||2nd, IHL|
|1947–48||Windsor Hettche Spitfires||30||19||10||1||39||0.650||151||105||1st, IHL|
|1948–49||Windsor Hettche Spitfires||31||15||11||5||35||0.565||152||144||4th, North|
|1949–50||Detroit Hettche||40||15||21||4||34||0.425||157||191||4th, IHL|
|1950–51||Detroit Hettche||52||6||39||7||19||0.183||112||226||6th, IHL|
|1951–52||Detroit Hettche||48||10||35||3||23||0.240||138||232||5th, IHL|
- standings and results - Detroit Hettche
- standings and results - Windsor Hettche Spitfires
- standings and results - Windsor Spitfires
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