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Pittsburgh Cougars

Pittsburgh Cougars
City Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
League NJHL
Founded 2007
Home arena Southpointe Iceoplex
Colors Black, Purple, and White
Owner(s) Barry Soskin
Head coach Paul Contreras
Franchise history
2001–2004 Traverse City Enforcers
2007–2009 Penn Enforcers
2009–present Pittsburgh Cougars

The Pittsburgh Cougars are a currently dormant junior ice hockey team. The Cougars play their home games at the Iceoplex at Southpointe near Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.

Franchise History

The team was originally known as the Traverse City Enforcers playing in Traverse City, Michigan as a member of the now defunct Continental Elite Hockey League from 2001 until the league folded in 2004. The TC Enforcers home arena was Centre Ice. In the 2002-2003 season, Scott Gardiner, head coach of the Enforcers, won CEHL coach of the year. In the same season, Goaltender Aaron Walski was named league rookie of the year.

The team was resurrected in 2007 as a member of the America East Hockey League.[1] The team finished their first season with only 9 wins, 35 losses and 6 ties. After the 2007-2008 season in the AEHL the management announced a move to the new United Junior Hockey League. The team joined the UJHL in Fall 2008.[2]

The franchise became the Pittsburgh Cougars in 2009 and are currently dormant.

Reference list

  1. ^ Pennsylvania Enforcers Registration & Management Software By
  2. ^ Pennsylvania Enforcers Registration & Management Software By

External links

  • Official Site
  • UJHL Site
  • AEHL Site
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