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See also: Minneapolis Millers (IHL)
Minneapolis Millers
City: Minneapolis, Minnesota
League: Central Amateur Hockey League (1925-1926),
American Hockey Association (1926-1931, 1936-1942),
Central Hockey League (1931–1935) (1931-1935),
United States Hockey League (1945–1951) (1945-1950),
American Amateur Hockey League (1947-1952) (1951-1952),
Central Hockey League (1952-1953) (1952-1953),
United States Central Hockey League (1958-1960)
Founded: 1925
Operated: 1925-1942, 1945-1950, 1951-1953, 1958-1960
Home Arena: Minneapolis Arena
Franchise history
1925-1942, 1945-1950: Minneapolis Millers (AHA)
1950-1951: Denver Falcons
1951-1953: Minneapolis Millers (AHA)
1953-1958: Minneapolis Bungalows
1958-1960: Minneapolis Millers (AHA)
1959-1963: Minneapolis Millers (IHL)
Championships
Playoff Championships: AHA (1927)
Central Hockey League (1931–1935) (1932, 1934)
American Hockey Association (1937)
United States Hockey League (1945–1951) (1950)

The Minneapolis Millers were a minor league professional ice hockey team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Minneapolis Arena.

Hockey in MinneapolisEdit

The Millers originated in the Central Hockey League as a semi-professional team from the 1925-26 season. The team moved to the American Hockey Association along with other CHL teams, and played there from 1926 to 1931. The Millers then switched to a revived Central Hockey League based locally in Minnesota. After the CHL's demise, the Millers rejoined the AHA, where they played from 1935 to 1942. The team went on hiatus During World War II, and was revived in the United States Hockey League from 1945-50 when the team relocated to Denver, Colorado and were renamed the Denver Falcons. They would only last one season in Denver. The name would be briefly revived in 1951 in the American Amateur Hockey League (1947-1952) and the Central Hockey League (1952-1953). The team either withdrew from the league after the 1952-153 season. The Minneapolis Bungalows would play from 1953 to 1958 and the Minneapolis Culbertsons would play from 1955 to 1958 when the Bungalows name disappeared, the Culbertsons moved most of their games to Lincoln, Nebraska as the Minneapolis-Lincoln Culbertsons, and the Millers name returned. The International Hockey League (1945–2001)'s Denver Mavericks would relocate to the Minneapolis Arena and would assume the moniker. That team would continue until 1963 when they were replaced by the Minneapolis Bruins in the newly created Central Hockey League (1963-1984) would would last until relocating to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1965 and the St. Paul Saints would be renamed the Minnesota Rangers for the 1965-66 season. The National Hockey League would expand into the twin cities with the 1967-68 season with the creation of the Minnesota North Stars who would play in Bloomington, Minnesota which is a suburb convenient to both Minneapolis and St. Paul until their relocation to Dallas in 1993. The Minnesota Moose would be a member of the International Hockey League (1945-2001) from 1994 to 1996 playing out of the St. Paul Civic Center. The return of the NHL to the twin cities was announced on June 25, 1997 when the Minnesota Wild were announced as joining the league for the 2000-01 season. The team would be based out of the Xcel Energy Center which was built on the site of the former St. Paul Civic Center.

MinnMillersProg

1929-30 Program

Minnmillers47

Millers' jerseys from 1947

Season-by-season resultsEdit

Central Amateur Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1925-26402210852 - -1stWon Championship

American Hockey AssociationEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1926-27381711104460512ndlost final
1927-2840181754165513rdWon Championship
1928-29401812104672512ndLost Semifinals
1929-30481521124282825thDid not qualify
1930-31461133222651367thDid not qualify

Central Hockey League 1931-1935Edit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1931-32362211344113672ndWon Championship
1932-3340251325099782nd
1933-34442811556129861stWon Championship
1934-354821198421081052nd

American Hockey AssociationEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1936-374823214*46*1021052ndWon Championship
1937-384824159*48*1401002ndLost Final
1938-395431176*62*214139T-2ndLost Semifinals
1939-40482622 -521701403rdLost Semifinals
1940-41482523 -50136106T-2ndLost Semifinals
1941-425022253471411584th NorthDid not qualify

Note: Ties were not worth any points in some seasons.

Team suspended operations from 1942 to 1945.

United States Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1945-465620333431922637thDid not qualify
1946-4760282210662141973rd NorthLost Div. Semifinals
1947-486634266742592282nd NorthLost Final
1948-49662724 15692232114th NorthDid not qualify
1949-50703328 9752972572ndWon Championship

American Amateur Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1951-523916203354thLost Semifinals

Central Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1952-533115142321441403rdLost Semifinals

United States Central Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1958-592031706941524th
1959-6021714014931433rd

External linksEdit

See AlsoEdit


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