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Chicago Carnage

Chicago Carnage
Chicago Carnage away jersey
City Glen Ellyn, Illinois
League American Inline Hockey League
Founded 2009
Colors

Red, Black, Navy, White

                
Owner(s) Kenny Van Sky
General manager Kenny Van Sky
Franchise history
2000 to 2009 Maximum Carnage
2009 to present Chicago Carnage

The Chicago Carnage are a professional inline hockey team based in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. The Carnage were founded in 2000 under the team name, Maximum Carnage, and played in all major and local tournaments. They joined Major League Roller Hockey in 2009 and have also played in the AIHL for one season before returning to the MLRH. The Carnage play all their home games at the Salt Creek Sports Center, formarly known as Hat Trick Hockey in Palatine Illinois. The Carnage was the first new franchise to the MLRH in 2009 after the fall of the Chicago Roller Snakes. Owner and GM Kenny Van Sky had played for the Chicago Roller Snakes prior to their shutting down.

They played their first event in Grand Rapids Michigan in 2009 against the Grand Rapid Reapers.

Some players of note include: Pat Lee, Ronny Greene, Bryan Birman, Peter Mazzara, Andrew Corvo,

www.chicagocarnage.com

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