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The Manitoba Moose are a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They play in Winnipeg, Manitobamarker, Canadamarker, at the MTS Centremarker.

History

In 1996 the Minnesota Moose moved north from St. Paul, Minnesotamarker, to fill the vacated Winnipeg Arenamarker, becoming the Manitoba Moose. At the time, they were a member of the IHL, and enjoyed moderate regular season and playoff success under head coach and former Winnipeg Jets player Randy Carlyle.

When the IHL folded, the Manitoba Moose joined the AHL and became the official farm team of the Vancouver Canucks. Upon joining the AHL, former Canuck player Stan Smyl became the Moose coach. However, he was later replaced by Randy Carlyle. Carlyle soon acquired a job with the Anaheim Ducks, and Alain Vigneault was hired for one season, before himself being called up to the Vancouver Canucks. Recently, Scott Arniel, himself a former Winnipeg Jet and Manitoba Moose, was hired as head coach.

In November 2004, the Manitoba Moose unveiled their new logo, and officially opened the new downtown arena in Winnipegmarker known as the MTS Centremarker.

In the spring of 2009, the Moose played in their first ever Calder Cup Finals against the Hershey Bears. They lost the best of seven series 4-2.

This market was previously served by:

A Manitoba Moose game


Logos and patches

Image:Minnesota moose 200x200.png|1994–1996 Minnesota LogoImage:ManitobaMooseIHL.png|1996–2001 LogoImage:ManitobaMoose5th96.png|5 years in Manitoba LogoImage:ManitobaMooseAHL.png|2001–2004 LogoImage:ManitobaMoose.png|2004–present Logo

Team records

Single season

Goals: 45 Scott Thomas (1998–99)
Assists: 81 Stephane Morin (1994–95)
Points: 114 Stephane Morin (1994–95)
Penalty minutes: 285 Wade Brookbank (2004–05)
Wins: 28 Cory Schneider (2008-09)
GAA: 2.04 Cory Schneider (2008-09)
SV%: .928 Cory Schneider (2008-09)


Career

Career goals: 102 Jimmy Roy
Career assists: 193 Brett Hauer
Career points: 251 Brett Hauer
Career penalty minutes: 1103 Jimmy Roy
Career goaltending wins: 69 Alex Auld
Career shutouts: 10 Alex Auld
Career games: 603 Jimmy Roy


Franchise scoring leaders

These are the top-ten point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed AHL regular season.

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; * = current Moose player; ** = current Moose coach

Player Pos GP G A Pts P/G
Brett Hauer D 322 58 193 251 0.78
Jason Jaffray LW 263 95 138 233 0.89
Jimmy Roy LW 603 101 111 212 0.35
Stephane Morin F 173 63 138 201 1.16
Bill Bowler C 187 55 134 189 1.01
Brandon Reid C 259 70 111 181 0.70
Lee Goren RW 193 80 91 171 0.89
Scott Arniel** F 222 67 104 171 0.47
Brian Chapman D 447 24 135 158 0.35
Brad Moran C 143 47 102 149 1.04


Reference: Franchise leaders on Manitoba Moose website

Updated to 2008–09 inclusive.

Current roster

As of November 30, 2009.

Goaltenders
# align=left Player Catches Acquired Place of birth
1 Daren Machesney R 2009 Hamilton, Ontariomarker
35 Cory Schneider L 2007 Marblehead, Massachusettsmarker


Defencemen
# align=left Player Shoots Acquired Place of birth
2 Travis Ramsey R 2008 Lakewood, Californiamarker
3 Mike Funk L 2009 Abbotsford, British Columbiamarker
5 Nolan Baumgartner R 2008 Calgary, Albertamarker
6 Neil Petruic L 2009 Regina, Saskatchewanmarker
8 Nathan McIver L 2008 Summerside, PEImarker
22 Brian Salcido* L 2008 Hermosa Beach, Californiamarker
27 Evan Oberg L 2009 Forestburg, Albertamarker
28 Lawrence Nycholat L 2009 Calgary, Albertamarker
29 Aaron Rome L 2009 Nesbitt, Manitobamarker
36 Taylor Ellington L 2009 Victoria, British Columbiamarker
47 Geoff Waugh R 2009 Winnipeg, Manitobamarker


Forwards
# align=left Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of birth
7 Darryl Bootland RW R 2009 Schomberg, Ontariomarker
10 Matt Pope RW R 2009 Langley, British Columbia
12 Mike Keane RW R 2005 Winnipeg, Manitobamarker
16 Marty Murray C L 2009 Lyleton, Manitobamarker
17 Erik Christensen* C L 2009 Edmonton, Albertamarker
18 Matt Pettinger LW L 2009 Edmonton, Albertamarker
19 Marco Rosa C L 2009 Scarborough, Ontariomarker
26 Matt McCue LW L 2009 Cochrane, Albertamarker
32 Pierre-Cedric Labrie LW L 2007 Baie-Comeau, Quebecmarker
37 Eric Walsky RW R 2009 Anchorage, Alaskamarker
38 Dan Sexton* RW R 2009 Apple Valley, Minnesotamarker
39 Mark McCutcheon C R 2009 Ithaca, New Yorkmarker
41 Guillaume Desbiens RW R 2008 Alma, Quebecmarker
43 Dusty Collins C L 2008 Gilbert, Arizonamarker
44 Tommy Maxwell RW R 2009 Spokane, Washingtonmarker
49 Alexandre Bolduc C R 2005 Montreal, Quebecmarker
52 Sergei Shirokov RW R 2009 Moscow, Russiamarker
55 Mario Bliznak C L 2007 Trencin, Slovakiamarker
*Under Contract with the Anaheim Ducks of the (NHL)

Coaching Staff & Management
Position align=left Name Place of birth
Head Coach Scott Arniel Kingston, Ontariomarker
Assistant Coach Keith McCambridge Thompson, Manitobamarker
Assistant Coach Rick St. Croix Kenora, Ontariomarker
General Manager Craig Heisinger Winnipeg, Manitobamarker


Team captains




Team coaches




Season-by-season results



Regular season

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SOL Points Goals

for
Goals

against
Standing
1994–95 81 34 35 12 80 271 336 4th, Central
1995–96 82 30 45 7 67 254 322 5th, Midwest
1996–97 82 32 40 10 74 262 300 5th, Midwest
1997–98 82 39 36 7 85 269 254 4th, Northwest
1998–99 82 47 21 14 108 269 236 2nd, Midwest
1999–00 82 37 31 14 88 227 237 5th, West
2000–01 82 39 31 12 90 222 230 3rd, West
2001–02 80 39 33 4 4 86 270 260 4th, Canadian
2002–03 80 37 33 8 2 84 229 228 2nd, Canadian
2003–04 80 32 35 11 2 77 214 232 6th, North
2004–05 80 44 26 7 3 98 243 210 3rd, North
2005–06 80 44 24 7 5 100 243 217 3rd, North
2006–07 80 45 23 7 5 102 232 201 1st, North
2007–08 80 46 27 3 4 99 236 197 3rd, North
2008–09 80 50 23 1 6 107 230 177 1st, League


Playoffs

Season Prelim 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Finals
1994–95 L, 0–3, Denver
1995–96 Out of playoffs.
1996–97 Out of playoffs.
1997–98 L, 0–3, Chicago
1998–99 W, 2–0, Milwaukee L, 0–3, Chicago
1999–00 L, 0–2, Long Beach
2000–01 W, 4–3, Houston L, 2–4, Chicago
2001–02 W, 2–1, Worcester L, 1–3, Bridgeport
2002–03 W, 2–1, Portland W, 3–1, Providence L, 3–4, Hamilton
2003–04 Out of playoffs.
2004–05 W, 4–1, St. John's W, 4–1, Rochester L, 0–4, Chicago
2005–06 W, 4–2, Syracuse L, 3–4, Grand Rapids
2006–07 W, 4–3, Grand Rapids L, 2–4, Hamilton
2007–08 L, 2–4, Syracuse
2008–09 W, 4-2, Toronto W, 4–0, Grand Rapids W, 4-2, Houston L, 2-4, Hershey


2008–09 season

In the second round of the 2009 Calder Cup Playoffs the Moose achieved their very first playoff sweep in franchise history, winning the series 4-0 against the Grand Rapids Griffins.

On May 25, 2009, the Moose advanced to the Calder Cup Championship series for the first time, beating the Houston Aeros 3-1 for a 4 games to 2 Western Conference final series victory.

Game 1 of the 2009 Calder Cup Championship series in Winnipeg was sold out with 15,003 fans (largest crowd in Game 1 of the AHL Final history) cheering on the Moose, the Moose ultimately lost the game in overtime to Hershey.

Game 2 of the 2009 Calder Cup Championship series included a Jason Jaffray hat trick. The first on a power play at 7:59 in the second period tying the game at one. The second came with 47 seconds left in the third, being the game winner. His third goal was an empty net power play goal at 19:50. The final attendance was 14,737, a successful first two games for the Moose headed off to Hershey, with almost 30,000 people in attendance.

Games 3 and 4 had two wins for the Bears and only one goal scored by the Moose in the two games by Raymond Sawada. Game 3 was 3-0 and 4 was 2-1. The series was now at 3-1 for the Hereshy Bears

Going into Game 5 the Giant Center was sold out for the third time with 10,860 tickets sold besides the capacity of 10,500. It was the largest crowd in Giant Center history ready to see the Calder Cup. The Moose had something to say about that. At 17:00 in the second period, Michael Grabner put one past goaltender Michal Neuvirth. 67 later Cody Hodgson put another one past him. After a goal from Hershey's Graham Mink, an empty net goal by Jason Krog and another Hershey goal with 30 seconds left, the Moose made the series 3-2 going back to the MTS Centremarker for games 6 & 7. Cory Schneider received first star in game 5 with 31 saves and the Giant Center held 31,860 fans for all three games.

See also



Notes

Players with * have not played in any games to date but are on the team Roster

References

  1. Manitoba Moose web site roster


External links




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