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Fort Worth Fire

Fort Worth Fire
City Fort Worth, Texas
League Central Hockey League (1992–1999)
Conference Western Conference
Founded 1992
Operated 1992–1999
Home arena Fort Worth Convention Center
Colors Red, Black, and White
Head coach Pete Mahovlich (1992–1993)
Steve Harrison(1993–1995)
Bill McDonald (1995–97)
Mike Gamble (1997)
Bob Wedlake (1997)
Mike Krushelnyski (1997–1999)
Regular season titles None
Division Championships None
Conference Championships 1: 1996-97
Ray Miron President's Cup 1: 1996-97

The Fort Worth Fire were a professional ice hockey team in the Central Hockey League. Their home games were played in the Fort Worth Convention Center Arena. They began operations in 1992 and ceased operations in 1999.

At the conclusion of the 1996-97 CHL season, the Fort Worth Fire won the league championship in seven games against the Memphis RiverKings in Fort Worth.

A to Z Encyclopedia of Ice Hockey's entry on the Fort Worth Fire

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