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York Typhoon

York Typhoon
City York, Pennsylvania
Conference Eastern
Division Southeast
Founded 2002
Home arena The Blast
Colors Black, Orange, Grey, White
Owner(s) unknown
General manager Kean Quinton
Head coach United States Dave Kelly
Captain unknown
Affiliate(s) York Storm (PIHA-Minors)
Franchise history
York Typhoon
2002 - present
Pennsylvania Typhoon

The York Typhoon were a professional inline hockey team based in York, Pennsylvania, and competed in the Professional Inline Hockey Association. They are now known as the Pennsylvania Typhoon. York is one of two franchises that were original members of PIHA that are currently competing in the PIHA, the other is the Harrisburg Lunatics. The Typhoon had called The Blast home since their inception in during the 2002 season until they moved to Lemoyne, Pennsylvania in 2008.


The Professional Inline Hockey Association was found in 2002 with eight original franchises. The founding franchises were the Cherry Hill Renegades, Delaware Blades, Harrisburg Lunatics, Line Lexington Law Dawz, Mount Laurel Generals, Pottstown Machine, Reading Nasty Boyz, and York Typhoon. Today, only two of the original franchises currently compete in the PIHA in the same city and under the same team name, the Harrisburg Lunatics and York Typhoon.

For the first four years in team history, the Typhoon were the dominant team in the league. The Typhoon won the first three Founders Cup Championships. The Typhoon dynasty was stopped when the Philadelphia Growl upset the Typhoon in the 2005 championship series, 2 games to 1.

Since the end of the dynasty in 2005, the Typhoon have struggled to maintain their winning tradition with many of their players moving to different teams including Interstate 81 rival Harrisburg Lunatics.

Seasons and records

Season by season results

This is a list of the last five seasons completed by the Lunatics. For the full season-by-season history, see York Typhoon seasons

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, PTS = Points, PCT = Winning percentage, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Records as of May 28, 2007.

Season GP W L OTL PTS PCT GF GA Finish Playoffs
2003 24 23 1 46 .958 263 166 1st, PIHA Won Founders Cup, (Reading)
2004 19 13 6 26 .684 197 150 1st, Keystone Won Founders Cup, (Morristown)
2005 34 29 5 58 .853 210 134 1st, Keystone Lost Founders Cup, 2-1 (Philadelphia)
2006 32 24 8 48 .750 185 90 2nd, Eastern Won in Conference Semifinals, 2-1 (Harrisburg)
Lost in Conference Finals, 3-0 (Philadelphia)
2007 32 5 27 0 10 .156 77 175 8th, Mason Dixon Did not qualify
2008 In progress (see 2007-08 PIHA season)

Honored members

External links

  • Professional Inline Hockey Association


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