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Sioux Falls Stampede
City Sioux Falls, South Dakota
League United States Hockey League
Conference West
Division West
Founded 1999
Home Arena Sioux Falls Arena
Capacity 4,600
Colors Blue, Black and White
General Manager Kevin Hartzell
CEO Gary Weckwerth

The Sioux Falls Stampede is a Tier 1 junior ice hockey team playing in the West Division of the United States Hockey League (USHL).

Founded: 1999
Arena: Sioux Falls Arena
Uniform colors: Blue, Black, Navy Gold and White
Division titles won: 1
Regular season titles won: 1
League championships won: 1

Coaches

  • Head Coach/General Manager: Kevin Hartzell
  • Assistant Coach: Andy Jones
  • Goalie Consultant: Zach Sikich
  • Director of Player Personnel: John Rosso
  • Director of Strength and Conditioning: Kevin Ziegler
  • Strength and Conditioning Coach: David Smith
  • Athletic Trainer: Chris Huber
  • Equipment Manager: Brent Johnson

The Sioux Falls Stampede is a USHL team located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

In the 2005-2006 season, the Stampede won their first Anderson Cup for the best regular season record as well as their first division championship. The Stampede advanced in the playoffs, dispatching the Tri-City Storm in five games (best-of-five) and the Lincoln Stars in four games (best-of-five), earning the right to represent the West division in the Clark Cup Finals. They lost to the Des Moines Buccaneers in five games (best-of-five).

The 2006-07 season looked grim at the outset with the Stampede earning but a single point in their first six games. After bottom dwelling for the entire first half, the Stampede became one of the hottest teams during the second half of the season. They entered the playoffs as the four seed in the West and quickly dispatched the Lincoln Stars in four games for the second straight year (best-of-seven). After losing to Des Moines in the first game of the round robin, Sioux Falls defeated the Tri-City Storm in overtime to make it into the final four. The Indiana Ice were their next opponent and were undefeated in the playoffs until the Stampede prevailed over them, again in overtime, to advance to the championship game against the host team of the event, the Waterloo Black Hawks. The Stampede shutout the Black Hawks 3-0 to win their first Clark Cup.

Current NHLers Thomas Vanek (Buffalo Sabres), Andreas Nödl (Philadelphia Flyers), Chad LaRose (Carolina Hurricanes), T.J. Oshie (St. Louis Blues), Alex Goligoski (Pittsburgh Penguins) have played for the Stampede. Vanek, from 1999 to 2002 and LaRose, from 1999 to 2001.

Season-by-season record starting 1999

United States Hockey League

Season GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Finish
1999-00 58 37 17 4 78 239 179 963 2nd-West
2000-01 56 40 14 2 82 267 182 1023 2nd-West
2001-02 61 35 21 5 75 252 217 1372 4th-West
2002-03 60 24 30 6 54 179 223 1404 6th-West
2003-04 60 15 42 3 33 148 252 1250 6th-West
2004-05 60 27 28 5 59 178 200 1154 5th-West
2005-06 60 43 13 4 90 190 135 1165 1st-West
2006-07 60 34 21 5 73 195 174 1215 4th-West


Sioux Falls Stampede Official Webpage

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