Milwaukee Admirals

The Milwaukee Admirals are an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They play in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in BMO Harris Bradley Center ( 17,845 seats). They are the farm team of the Nashville Predators (NHL) and possessed with the Rockford IceHogs ( UHL ) even one.


The Milwaukee Admirals were founded in 1970 and first played three years in the amateur field. Only for season 1973/74 she joined the newly formed United States Hockey League. In their first season they were initially very successful, winning only 11 of 48 games and finished the season as the worst team of their division. Two years later, however, she won the championship in the USHL.

1977 joined the Admirals of the International Hockey League as the USHL a purely amateur league was. Only once in its 24 years lasting affiliation with the IHL managed the Admirals in the final of the Turner Cup, but they lost the 1982/83 Toledo in six games. After 2001, the IHL has been resolved, the admiral concluded, like five other IHL teams also, the American Hockey League. In 2004 she won the Calder Cup for the first time when they defeated the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in the final. 2005/ 06 they won their division for the second time in the AHL again and reached the Calder Cup final. There, however, they lost in six games to the Hershey Bears.

Since 2005 the Admirals a group of investors, including Harris J. door hatchback and Ben Sheets, the pitcher of the Milwaukee Brewers.

Season Statistics

American Hockey League ( New Rules )

American Hockey League

International Hockey League

United States Hockey League ( semi- professional)

Legend: GP = Games played, W = won games, L = Matches lost, D = draw matches, OL = Overtime lost games, SOL = on Penalty Shoot lost games, GF = Goals scored, GA = goals conceded, PTS = points

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