Lapeer Loggers
City: Flag of Michigan Lapeer, Michigan
League: All American Hockey League
Founded: 2010
Home Arena: Polar Palace Arena
Colors: Red, black, and white


Head Coach: Lorne Knauft
Affiliates: South Muskoka Shield, (GMHL)
Franchise history
2010–2011: Lapeer Loggers (AAHL)
Regular Season Titles: 0
Playoff Championships: 0
The Lapeer Loggers were a professional hockey team based in Lapeer, Michigan. The Loggers were a member of the All American Hockey League and played their home games at Polar Palace Arena in Lapeer, MI.


On September 14, 2010, the Lapeer Loggers announced that they had signed a affiliation agreement with the South Muskoka Shield of the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League[1].

Team historyEdit

The Loggers were approved for membership in the AAHL in August 2010 [2].

Season-by-season recordEdit

SeasonGPWLOLSLPtsGFGAStandingPlayoff Result
2010-11 18 10 7 1 0 21 71 71 N/A Did not participate

Glossary: GP= Games played, W= Wins, L= Losses, OTL= Over Time Losses, SL= Shootout Losses, PTS= Points, PCT= Winning Percentage, GF= Goals For, GA= Goals Against, PIM= Penalty Minutes

Note: The above record includes the record of the Michigan Moose which were assembled to replace the Loggers when they taken over by the league on January 3rd.


  1. Lapeer Loggers, South Muskoka ShieldAnnounce Development Deal
  2. AAHL Grants Expansion team to Lapeer

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