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The '''New Jersey Knights''' started play part way through the 1973–74 season, in [[Cherry Hill, New Jersey]]. Their home ice rink was [[Cherry Hill Arena]]. After 1974, the team moved to [[San Diego, California]] and became known as the [[San Diego Mariners]].
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The '''New Jersey Knights''' started play part way through the 1973–74 season, in [[Cherry Hill, New Jersey]]. Their home ice rink was [[Cherry Hill Arena]]. After 1974, the team moved to [[San Diego, California]] and became known as the [[San Diego Mariners]].
   
The Knights home rink, the Cherry Hill Arena had a slope in the ice surface, which caused pucks to shoot upward from results of a pass, or shot. The arena was also closely cramped, with players not having adequate changing and dressing facilities. The Cherry Hill Arena was one of the last professional hockey arenas to have "chicken wire" fencing above the arena boards instead of plexiglass. Arena grounds are now the site of the Cherry Hill Shopping Center and Cherry Hill Inn
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The Knights home rink, the Cherry Hill Arena had a slope in the ice surface, which caused pucks to shoot upward from results of a pass, or shot. The arena was also closely cramped, with players not having adequate changing and dressing facilities.
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