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[[Vinton, Virginia]] was home to the '''Virginia Lancers''' of the [[ECHL]] from 1988-1990. At this time, the name was changed to the '''Roanoke Valley Rebels''' (1990-1992) and then the '''Rampage''' (1992-1993), but the franchise remained in the same location throughout. After the 1992-1993 season, the franchise was moved to Alabama and became the [[Huntsville Blast]].
 
[[Vinton, Virginia]] was home to the '''Virginia Lancers''' of the [[ECHL]] from 1988-1990. At this time, the name was changed to the '''Roanoke Valley Rebels''' (1990-1992) and then the '''Rampage''' (1992-1993), but the franchise remained in the same location throughout. After the 1992-1993 season, the franchise was moved to Alabama and became the [[Huntsville Blast]].
 
 

Revision as of 17:50, 25 October 2010

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Vinton, Virginia was home to the Virginia Lancers of the ECHL from 1988-1990. At this time, the name was changed to the Roanoke Valley Rebels (1990-1992) and then the Rampage (1992-1993), but the franchise remained in the same location throughout. After the 1992-1993 season, the franchise was moved to Alabama and became the Huntsville Blast.

The Lancers' coach from 1988-1990, John Tortorella, now head coach of the New York Rangers, won the Stanley Cup in 2003-04 with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

See Also

List of ECHL seasons

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