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== Collegiate==
 
== Collegiate==
 
* [[Alabama-Huntsville Chargers|University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers]] (1979-Present)
 
* [[Alabama-Huntsville Chargers|University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers]] (1979-Present)
# Club sport (1979-1985) join NAIA
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*# Club sport (1979-1985) join NAIA
# NAIA (1985-1986) join NCAA Division II
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*# NAIA (1985-1986) join NCAA Division II
# Division II (1986-1987) join Division I when NCAA stops Division II Championship
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*# Division II (1986-1987) join Division I when NCAA stops Division II Championship
# Division I Indepenedent (1987-1992) rejoin Division II when NCAA restarts chamionship
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*# Division I Indepenedent (1987-1992) rejoin Division II when NCAA restarts chamionship
# Division II (1992-1999) join Division I-CHA
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*# Division II (1992-1999) join Division I-CHA
# [[College Hockey America|College Hockey America (]]1999-2010) go independent when league folds
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*# [[College Hockey America|College Hockey America (]]1999-2010) go independent when league folds
# Division I Indepenedent (2010-Present)
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*# Division I Indepenedent (2010-Present)
   
 
==Players==
 
==Players==

Revision as of 17:39, 13 October 2012


For other towns named Huntsville, please see Huntsville.

A view of Huntsville.

Huntsville is a city in the north of Alabama, United States, located in the counties of Madison and Limestone. 171,327 persons live in the city.

Hockey in Huntsville

Teams

  1. (Southern Hockey League 1995-1996) join Central Hockey League
  2. Central Hockey League 1996-2000, renamed Huntsville Tornado
  3. Atlantic Coast Hockey League, (2003) franchise awarded as expansion team, but move to SEHL
  4. South East Hockey League, 2003-2004) folded
  • Huntsville Tornado (Central Hockey League, (2000-2001) go inactive for 2 years and then return as a junior team (uncertain if return actually happened, haven't found any information yet)

Collegiate

  • University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers (1979-Present)
    1. Club sport (1979-1985) join NAIA
    2. NAIA (1985-1986) join NCAA Division II
    3. Division II (1986-1987) join Division I when NCAA stops Division II Championship
    4. Division I Indepenedent (1987-1992) rejoin Division II when NCAA restarts chamionship
    5. Division II (1992-1999) join Division I-CHA
    6. College Hockey America (1999-2010) go independent when league folds
    7. Division I Indepenedent (2010-Present)

Players

Arenas

Von Braun Center (March 14, 1975-Present)

External Links