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League: American Hockey League
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Venue: AT&T Center
Notable Players: Brett MacLean, Bill Thomas, Joel Perrault, Rocco Grimaldi, David Spina, Greg Rallo, Bobby Butler, Sean Sullivan, Drew Shore, Bracken Kearns, Mike Green, Ville Husso
San Antonio Rampage TicketsThe San Antonio Rampage is a minor league hockey team that serves as a development program for its NHL affiliate. Before the Rampage came into existence, the first hockey team to ever play in the city of San Antonio was the Iguanas of the Central Hockey League. The team was briefly replaced by the Dragons of the International Hockey League between 1996 and 1998. After the Dragons ceased operation, the city of San Antonio brought back the Iguanas for four more seasons. In 2002, the San Antonio Spurs ownership group bought the rights to the dormant Adirondack Red Wings franchise and created the Rampage. In its best regular season finish, the Rampage won the division title in 2015 with 98 points. Brett MacLean, who played for the team between 2008 and 2011, is the all-time leading scorer with 155 points, including 74 goals and 81 assists. To catch an exciting game of hockey, grab your San Antonio Rampage tickets at StubHub.
Who is the affiliate of the Rampage?The St. Louis Blues has served as the NHL affiliate of the Rampage for much of its history. However, the Vegas Golden Knights applied to purchase the franchise in early 2020. If the purchase is approved, then the Rampage could move to Nevada for a future season.
When does the season take place?The annual AHL season takes place between September and April. San Antonio competes most often against fellow Central Division teams such as the Chicago Wolves, Milwaukee Admirals, Iowa Wild, Grand Rapids Griffins, Manitoba Moose, Rockford IceHogs and Texas Stars. The 2019–2020 season concludes with back-to-back away and home games against the Stars on April 10 and 11.
How did San Antonio finish the last season?San Antonio finished the 2018–2019 regular season in eighth place in the Central Division with 69 points and a record of 31 wins, 38 losses, six overtime losses and a shootout loss. The team did not make ir to the AHL playoffs.
Who is San Antonio’s biggest rival?The San Antonio Rampage and Texas Stars share a geographical rivalry. Separated by only 100 miles, the teams typically play more than 10 times every season. They are the only teams to represent the state of Texas in the AHL.
Who is San Antonio’s head coach?Drew Bannister became the 12th head coach for San Antonio on June 5, 2018. During his professional career, Bannister was a second-round draft pick for the Tampa Bay Lighting in 1992. Bannister went on play 18 seasons at various levels of hockey in the United States, Finland, Russia, Germany and the UK. His career spanned 164 NHL games for Tampa Bay, Edmonton, Anaheim and the New York Rangers. He also played 204 games in the AHL for Hartford, Cincinnati and Binghamton, accumulating 20 goals, 84 points and the 2000 AHL title. After retiring, Bannister became an assistant coach for the Owen Sound Attack of the junior Ontario Hockey League. Between 2015 and 2018, he served as the head coach of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the OHL. He reached the 2018 OHL Finals with a 55-7-6 record.
What is the capacity of the venue?The AT&T Center, which first opened in October 2002, has a seating capacity of 16,151 for ice hockey and up to 18,581 for other events, including 50 luxury suites and various ADA seating options. Serving as the home of the San Antonio Spurs, it is one of the premier entertainment venues in all of Texas.
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