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New Jersey Storm

New Jersey Storm
Team logo
Division Eastern
Played 2002–2003
Home arena Continental Airlines Arena
Based in East Rutherford, New Jersey
Colors blue, white
Later Anaheim Storm

The New Jersey Storm were a member of the National Lacrosse League, based in East Rutherford, New Jersey. They played from 2002 to 2003 playing at the then Continental Airlines Arena. After the 2003, due to low attendance in New Jersey, the team relocated to Anaheim, California, becoming the Anaheim Storm. After the 2005 season, the Anaheim Storm folded due to low attendance. The franchise was owned and operated by an investment group led by NBA All Star Jayson Williams, Danny O'Shea, Bob and Anthony Santye.

The NLL returned to the New York Metro area in 2007 with the inaugural season of the New York Titans, who would play at Madison Square Garden and Nassau Coliseum. The Titans would play for three seasons before relocating to Orlando, Florida.

All time Record

Season Division W-L Finish Home Road GF GA Coach Playoffs
2002 Eastern 5-11 4th 2-6 3-5 178 232 Jim Hinkson,
Jim Brady
Missed playoffs
2003 Eastern 3-13 4th 2-6 1-7 187 220 Jim Brady,
Peter Vipond
Missed playoffs
Total 2 seasons 8-24   4-12 4-12 365 452  

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