Texas RoadRunners
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City: College Station, Texas
League: North American 3 Hockey League
Division: South
Founded: 2013
Home Arena: Spirit Ice Arena
Colors: Red, Yellow, Black, Copper
Owner(s): Don Stone
Head Coach: Head Coach / GM Mike Beavis
Franchise history
2013 to 2016: Sugar Land Imperials
2016 to 2019: College Station Spirit
2019 to present: Texas RoadRunners

The Texas RoadRunners are a USA Hockey-sanctioned ice hockey team from College Station, Texas. The team commenced play with the 2013-14 season in Sugar Land, Texas and were known as the Sugar Land Imperials. They play in the North American 3 Hockey League at the Spirit Ice Arena.

logo as Imperials logo as Spirit On May 24, 2016, the NA3HL announced that the team had been sold to the Exceed Hockey Group, LLC (Scott Meyer and Joe Pankratz) who also own the NAHL's Minnesota Magicians and the NA3HL's Chicago Bulldogs and are being relocated to College Station, Texas and will now be known as the College Station Spirit.  The team will know be based out of the Spirit Ice Arena, which is also home to the Texas A & M University club program.  As part of the sale and move Nick Bydal was named new head coach.  The team will continue to hold the playing rights of the players that were rostered with the Sugar Land Imperials from the 2015-16 season.

The team would be renamed to the Texas RoadRunners in May of 2019.[1] Head Coach /GM Mike Beavis

Season-by-season records[edit | edit source]

GP W L OTL SOL Pts GF GA Pts Regular Season Finish Playoffs
Sugar Land Imperials
2013-14 40 9 28 3 141 257 21 3rd of 3, Central
T-18th of 21, NA3HL
Lost Div. Semifinals, 0-2 vs. Dallas Jr. Stars
2014–15 47 11 35 1 135 272 23 6th of 6, South
27th of 31, NA3HL
Lost Div. Semifinals, 1-2 vs. Nashville Jr. Predators
2015–16 47 22 24 1 175 191 45 4th of 6, South
T-22nd of 34, NA3HL

Lost Div. Semifinals, 0-2 vs. Point Mallard Ducks

College Station Spirit
2016–17 47 6 38 2 1 98 252 15 6th of 6, South Did not qualify
2017–18 47 2 45 0 0 42 334 4 6th of 6, South Did not qualify
2018–19 47 2 44 1 0 69 367 5 5th of 5, South Did not qualify
2019–20 47 13 31 3 0 113 216 29 5th of 5, South Did not qualify

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