The Steel City Warriors were a team that played in the Federal Hockey League during the 2014-15 season. The team was established on November 6th after the Southwest Pennsylvania Magic franchise was revoked by the league. Annice Reaves was the team's owner.The team took residence at the Rostraver Ice Garden in Rostraver Township, Pennsylvania and assumed the Magic's schedule. The team held tryouts on November 23rd and resumed playing the Magic's schedule on November 25th.
The Warriors finished with a record of 2 wins, 1 overtime win, 43 losses and 2 overtime losses for a .069 winning percentage.
The team had two coaches during the season, the first was Ryan Huggert, who resigned during the season and was replaced by John Mooney, who previously had been the coach of nearby Sierra Catholic High School.
After the season ended the team ceased operations on April 23, 2015. Reaves was quoted as saying: “The team intends to return and will apply for the 2016-17 Federal Hockey League season with a new home, which will be announced once the dust settles,” The future location of the team was unclear but Johnstown, Pennsylvania was mentioned as a possible location by former coach Mooney