Atlanta Knights

The Atlanta Knights were an American ice hockey franchise in the International Hockey League from Atlanta, Georgia. The venue for the Knights was the Omni Coliseum.


The Atlanta Knights were founded in 1992 as a franchise of the International Hockey League. Already in its first season, the team reached the play-off semi-finals, before the 1993/94 season won the Turner Cup. In the final, the team from Georgia defeated the Fort Wayne Komets in the best- of-seven series 4-2. Knights coach was John Paris Jr., who served as the first ever African- Americans a North American Top Team. Could then Atlanta, the first woman inserting inter alia, in the 1992/93 season with Manon Rheaume on the position of the goalkeeper in professional Senior Hockey, unable to build on this success and differences between two times in the first playoff round. After negotiations for the return of a team of the National Hockey League have been added to Atlanta and the Omni Coliseum to be demolished the following year, the management decided to the franchise to Quebec City, Quebec, relocating, where it until its dissolution in 1998 as Rafales de Québec took part in the match operation of the IHL.

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Note: GP = Games, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses by SOL = Shootout Losses by, Pts = Points, GF = Goals Scored, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalty minutes

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