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USHL Pocket Schedule History
(Some schedules have been resized to fit the traditional sized format)

Below Are All 16 Current 2019-20 USHL Teams, Followed By Past USHL Teams Below.

I am always interested in adding any missing schedules to my collection, Please contact me if you have any available.

 

Clark Cup Championships: 2005    Anderson Cup Champions: 2005, 2011, 2016

Inaugural Season                                                                                                                                                             

Head Coach                     Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                  Head Coach
Mark Carlson                  Mark Carlson                 Mark Carlson                Mark Carlson               Mark Carlson
19-34-0-0-5                        30-21-0-5-0                     33-21-0-7-0                     27-26-0-3-4                   34-23-0-1-2
                                                                                                                                                              
                       Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                                                                                                                      
                           Clark Cup Champions
                                                                                                                                                                                           
    
Head Coach                       Head Coach                     Head Coach                 Head Coach                 Head Coach
 Mark Carlson                    Mark Carlson                  Mark Carlson              Mark Carlson              Mark Carlson
  
          42-13-0-1-4                         33-21-01-5                        37-18-0-2-3                   33-22-0-1-4                  38-17-0-23              

                              Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                                             

Head Coach                      Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                   Head Coach
Mark Carlson                   Mark Carlson                 Mark Carlson                Mark Carlson               Mark Carlson
 39-19-0-1-2                        42-12-0-3-3                      27-21-0-5-7                    25-30-0-4-5                    35-21-0-1-3
    

                       Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                                        

Head Coach                   Head Coach                   Head Coach                     Head Coach                  Head Coach
Mark Carlson                Mark Carlson                Mark Carlson                  Mark Carlson               Mark Carlson
39-21-0-0-0                     40-15-0-3-2                     12-44-0-3-1                      26-24-0-8-2                    36-21-0-3-2


Head Coach
Mark Carlson
39-21-0-0-0

In 1999 the North Iowa Huskies move to Cedar Rapids Iowa and become the RoughRiders.
David Moss is the first RoughRider player to be taken in the NHL draft. Chosen by the Calgary Flames,
he scored his first goal, in his first game, on his first shot
.

 
    
 
Clark Cup Championships: 2017

Inaugural Season                                                                                                                                                              
 
Head Coach                      Head Coach                  Head Coach
                   Head Coach                   Head Coach
Steve Richmond               Steve Richmond                A.J. Toews                       Wil Nochol                     Wil Nichol      
  21-30-0-5-0                        29-24-0-8-0                  26-28-0-5-1                       34-22-0-1-3                    26-29-0-3-2


  
 Head Coach                     Head Coach                      Head Coach                  Head Coach                  Head Coach
 Chris Imes                        Chris Imes                      Steve Poapst                 Steve Poapst                Steve Poapst
 18-38-0-3-3                       12-46-0-1-1                       32-22-0-1-5                    31-27-0-2-0                   24-30-0-4-2



Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach
                  Head Coach                  Head Coach
Scott McConnell             Scott McConnell             Scott McConnell           Scott McConnell          Scott McConnell
 9-43-0-4-4                       25-31-0-2-2                       29-31-0-2-2                    29-27-0-3-1                  30-27-0-3-0

Clark Cup Champions                                                                               Clark Cup Runner-up                                      

 Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach
                  Head Coach                                         
  Dan Muse                      Dan Muse                 Abalan/Cruthers                Greg Moore                                         
 27-26-0-4-3                     38-17-0-2-3                      28-25-0-2-5                    37-21-0-4-0                                        



The Steel are the old Fargo-Moorhead Ice Sharks franchise.
Danny Richmond becomes the first Steel player to make it to the NHL playing for his hometown Chicago Blackhawks
Tom Gilbert was the first Steel player to score an NHL goal, he did it as an Edmonton Oiler on February 20th, 2007
2018 The Chicago Steel win their first franchise Clark Cup

Clark Cup Championships: 1992, 1995, 1999, 2006    Anderson Cup Champions: 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999

Jr. A National Championships: 1992, 1998, 2006

Inaugural Season                                              Clark Cup Runner-up                                                              

 Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                    Head Coach
Ivan Prediger                  Ivan Prediger                 Ivan Prediger                 Ivan Prediger                  Prediger/Wiley
 23-25-0-0-0                      18-29-1-0-0                     25-22-1-0-0                     23-21-1-3-0                      7-37-1-3-0
 
                                                                                                                               


  Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
   Jim Wiley                         Jim Wiley                       Jim Wiley                       Jim Wiley                       Jim Wiley
  11-36-0-1-0                      23-20-2-3-0                      23-19-3-3-0                    18-27-1-2-0                     17-28-2-0-0  

                                                                                                                      Anderson Cup Champs   Anderson Cup Champs
                                         Clark Cup Champions                                          Clark Cup Runner-up    Clark Cup Champions    
                                            National Jr. A Champs                                                                                 National Jr. A Champs      

Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
Bob Ferguson                  Bob Ferguson 
              Bob Ferguson                 Bob Ferguson                 Bob Ferguson
28-18-2-0-0                      35-11-2-0-0                     33-11-4-0-0                      36-12-0-0-0                      38-5-5-0-0

                                         
                                                                      
                                                                                       Anderson Cup Champs  Anderson Cup Champs                                                  
                                       Clark Cup Runner-up   Clark Cup Champions
National Jr. A Champs

 
Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
Scott Ownens                 Scott Ownens                  Scott Ownens                 Scott Ownens                  Tom Carroll
21-21-2-2-0                      37-14-0-4-0                     40-14-0-0-2                      48-7-0-1-0                     35-20-0-0-3

                              
 
 Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
 Tom Carroll                   Bob Ferguson                Bob Ferguson                  Bob Ferguson                   Regg Simon
  32-21-0-3-0                      32-24-0-5-0                   27-27-0-2-4                       29-26-0-1-4                     17-37-0-2-4

Clark Cup Champions                                                                                                                                                               
National Jr. A Champs                                                                                                                                                               
 
 Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                     Head Coach                   Head Coach
 Regg Simon                     Regg Simon              Simon/Todd Knott            Jean-Paul Parise             Mike Guentzel
  33-21-0-3-3                      29-21-0-1-9                     14-4-0-2-4                       12-43-0-2-3                    20-34-0-4-2


Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
Regg Simon            Simon/Graham Johnson         Jon Roger                        Jon Roger                    Dave Allison
29-25-0-2-4                      20-33-0-1-6                     25-35-0-1-3                     20-32-0-2-6                     21-26-0-6-7


 Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                                          
Dave Allison                   Dave Allison                  Dave Allison                    Gene Reilly                                           
25-30-0-5-0                       36-20-0-1-3                     20-33-0-4-3                     35-22-0-1-4                                           


The Buccaneers are one if the League's original (Junior A Season 1980-81) teams.

 Des Moines has won three Junior National Championships more than any other team in the league.
Head Coach Reg Simon was the first coach to have won a national championship as a player and a coach.
Eric Cole (96-97) was the first ever Buccaneer to hoist the Stanley Cup, as the Hurricanes beat the Oilers in seven games

*Missing 2015-16 / Possible didn't do a pocket schedule

Clark Cup Championships: 2011, 2013    Anderson Cup Champions: 2013

        Clark Cup Champions                                          Clark Cup Champions                                                                                           

Head Coach                      Head Coach                      Head Coach                      Head Coach                  Head Coach
Jim Montgomery              Jim Montgomery               Jim Montgomery                  Matt Shaw                     Matt Shaw     
37-14-0-4-5                       36-20-0-3-1                         45-11-0-1-7                      33-23-0-0-4                    36-19-0-1-4

                                                                                                                                   

Head Coach                    Head Coach                    Head Coach                      Head Coach                                      
Jason Lammers                Jason Lammers               Oliver David                     Oliver David                                          
39-19-0-1-1                       36-17-0-5-2                   26-21-0-10-3                      28-26-0-4-4                                     

Dubuque Becomes the second USHL expansion team to win the Clark Cup in their first season.

 

Clark Cup Championships: 2018

Inaugural Season                                                                                                                                                               
                                  West Division Champs  West Division Champs                                                                                                                                                         
                Clark Cup Runner-up    Clark Cup Runner-up                                                                                 Clark Cup Runner-up                   
 

Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
 Dean Blais                   Steve Johnson                Jason Herter                    John Marks                   John Marks
32-23-0-0-5                    37-17-0-1-5                      33-22-0-2-3                       31-23-0-3-3                    38-19-0-3-4

                                                                                                                                                              Clark Cup Champions

Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach                    Head Coach                   Head Coach
John Marks                    John Marks                    Cary Eades                     Cary Eades                    Cary Eades
14-39-0-2-5                      26-28-0-2-4                     32-26-0-2-0                      36-19-0-4-1                     37-16-0-3-4


             Head Coach                  Head Coach               
                             Cary Eades                   Cary Eades                               
                        34-23-0-3-2                     0-0-0-0-0                          

 

2009 the first year Force finish as the runner-up in the Clark Cup Championship series.
2010 and 2012 They finish again, as the runner-up in the Clark Cup Championship series.
2017 They win their first Clark Cup Championship.

Clark Cup Championships: 1996, 2000, 2010, 2012   Anderson Cup Champions: 1996, 1997, 2009, 2010, 2012

 Anderson Cup Champs   Anderson Cup Champs                                            
             Clark Cup Champions    Clark Cup Runner-up                                                      

Head Coach                    Head Coach                      Head Coach                  Head Coach                  Head Coach
Don Granato                   Don Granato                      Don Granato                 Mark Osiechi                Mark Osiechi
 9-34-1-4-0                   32-11-3-0-0                     41-11-0-2-0                  31-20-0-0-5                  41-11-0-4-0

Clark Cup Champions                                                                                                                                                               

Head Coach                    Head Coach                      Head Coach                  Head Coach                  Head Coach
Mark Osiechi                   Mark Osiechi                    Mark Osiechi                 Mark Osiechi                Mark Osiechi
            35-18-0-0-5                   32-13-0-11-0                    35-20-0-6-0                  16-36-0-3-5                  27-28-0-4-1            

                                                                                                                                                             Anderson Cup Champs  
                                                                                                                                                             Clark Cup Champions

Head Coach                        Head Coach                   Head Coach                     Head Coach                     Head Coach
Mark Mazzoleni                  Mark Mazzoleni             Mark Mazzoleni                Mark Mazzoleni                   Jon Cooper
  21-37-0-2-0                     30-26-0-1-3                 24-30-0-1-05                   13-41-0-2-4                     39-17-0-0-4

 Anderson Cup Champs                                        Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                    
             Clark Cup Champions     Clark Cup Runner-up    Clark Cup Champions                                                                                               

Head Coach                        Head Coach                   Head Coach                     Head Coach                     Head Coach
  Jon Cooper                           Eric Rudd                   Derek Lalonde                 Derek Lalonde                  Derek Lalonde
 45-10-0-2-3                        41-15-0-2-2                   47-9-0-2-2                     37-23-0-3-1                     30-24-0-3-3   

                                          
           

 Head Coach                        Head Coach                   Head Coach                     Head Coach                     Head Coach
 Pat Mikesch                         Pat Mikesch                   Pat Mikesch                     Pat Mikesch                     Pat Mikesch
18-34-0-3-5                        37-16-0-4-3                  34-22-0-2-2                     30-24-0-2-4                    18-34-0-6-3


Head Coach
Pat Mikesch
0-0-0-0-0
 

 

It only took Green Bay two seasons to take home all the league hardware, they won the Anderson, Clark and Gold Cups.
Ryan Carter will be the first Green Bay player to have his name on the Stanley Cup as a member of the 2007 Anaheim Ducks.
2008-09 Gamblers change logo and colors to reflect the tradition of Green Bay's first USHL team the Bobcats
2012 the Gamblers win their fourth Clark Cup and fifth Anderson Cup

 

Clark Cup Championships: 1997, 2003    Anderson Cup Champions: 2000, 2001,2003


                                                                                                                     
Anderson Cup Champs   Anderson Cup Champs
Clark Cup Champions                                                                                                                                                                


Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                
            Clark Cup Champions                                                                                           



     The Stars wasted no time winning the Clark Cup, they did it the very first season in Lincoln.
Chris Porter (02-03) becomes the first NHL player from Sioux City when he becomes a
member of the St. Louis Blues in August of 2007.
Josh Langfeld (96-97) is the first Stars player to see NHL action when he played for the Ottawa Senators
 


Head Coach                    Head Coach                        Head Coach                  Head Coach                     Head Coach
Luke Strand                      Troy Ward                        Garrett Sutter                  Dave Alison                    Garrett Sutter
24-25-7-4                        25-26-5-3                          23-32-1-4                      23-33-2-2                       15-38-5-4


Head Coach
Garrett Sutter
0-0-0-0-0

 

                                                                                                                                                           Clark Cup Runners-up

Head Coach                      Head Coach                    Head Coach                    Head Coach                      Head Coach
Kevin Patrick                     Kevin Patrick                  Jim McKenzie                  Todd Krygier                    Todd Krygeir
 24-28-0-3-5                     17-36-0-6-2                   31-23-0-3-7                     30-25-0-3-2                     30-21-0-2-2

                                                                                                                     East Division Champions

Head Coach                      Head Coach                    Head Coach                    Head Coach                                     
   Todd Krygeir                   John Lafontaine                John Lafontaine                Mike Hamilton                                       
 27-26-0-3-4                      37-18-0-3-2                   33-25-0-1-1                    41-17-0-3-1                                      

In 2013 Twenty year NHL veteran John Vanbiesbrouck joins the Lumberjacks staff as the Team's new General Manager. During his five
season the 'Jacks advanced to the Clark Cup finals in 2015 and set single season victory record in 2017 and earned the teams
first back-to back play-off berths for the first time.

 

Clark Cup Championships:  1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2008   
Anderson Cup Champions: 1990, 1993, 2002, 2008

                                                                         Anderson Cup Champs
                                                                                                                     Clark Cup Champs         Clark Cup Champs

                                                                                                                                                        

Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                    
                                                                             Clark Cup Champs        Clark Cup Champs                                                                                                                       

                   

                                                                                                  
Clark Cup Champs


 

                            Clark Cup Champs     Anderson Cup Champs                                                                  
 
                                                                 

                                                                            Anderson Cup Champs
                                                                              Clark Cup Champs


                                                                           


Omaha enters the league in 1986 making history right away by going 0-48 the first season. They have the last laugh though,
 becoming National Champs two season later. 
After two seasons (1997-98 & 1998-99) as a Lancer, Omaha native Jed Ortmeyer, would become the first
Nebraskan to play in the NHL.
In 2002 they move games to the Iowa side of the Omaha area and become the River City Lancers.
In 2005 they remain in Iowa, but go back to being the Omaha Lancers.
The Lancers are currently owned by hockey legends Mario Lemieux, Luc Robitallie and Mike Eruzone
2009 the Lancers move to their new home, The Civic Auditorium, in downtown Omaha.
2012 after three season at the Civic Auditorium, the Lancers move to the new Ralston Event Center.



 
 
Clark Cup Championships:  2007, 2015, 2019    Anderson Cup Champions:  2006

              Anderson Cup Champs     Clark Cup Champs                                                        


                                                          


                                        Clark Cup Champs                                                                                      Clark Cup Champs

 

Thomas Vanek becomes Sioux Falls first player to be drafted into the NHL.  He was the Buffalo Sabers first round
pick going 5th overall in the 2007 NHL Draft.

In 2015 the Stampede move into the new NHL style venue the Denny Sanford Premier Center.

Clark Cup Champions: 2016                  Anderson Cup Champions: 2004, 2019

                                                                             Anderson Cup Champs
                                                                             Clark Cup Runner-up





                                                                                                                                  

                                West Division Champs                                                                                Anderson Cup Champs                                                                           
     Clark Cup Champs                                                                                      Clark Cup Runner-up                                             


 

                                                                
The Tri-City area includes the central Nebraska cities of  Kearney, Grande Island and Hastings.
Home games are played in Kearney.
  The Storm (and Vulcans) have won more games (734) than any other USHL team.
May 2008, the team modifies name and alters color scheme to the Nebraska Storm. Fans love the new colors and name!!!! (sorry couldn't resist)
June 2008 the Storm return to original colors and name.


 



2009-10 Team USA Hockey joins the league with a full USHL schedule incorporating both the U-17 and U-18 teams.



Clark Cup Championships:  2004    Anderson Cup Champions: 2007, 2014



 
 

                                                                               Clark Cup Champions
 
                                                                             
 

Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                
                 Clark Cup Runner-up    Clark Cup Runner-up                                                         

 
 
                                                                                 
                       Clark Cup Runner-up                                       Anderson Cup Champs                     

                                                                                
 

                                    Anderson Cup Champs
 
  
Waterloo was first a member of the USHL Senior League. At the completion of the transition season (79-80) the Blackhawks
              would relocate to Dubuque, IA.  That same time, the Hennepin Nordiques, one of the  League's original (transition years
79-80) teams will move from Minnesota to Waterloo, making the Blackhawks one of the original (Junior A Season 1980-81) teams.

In 2007, Jason Blake's second season in Waterloo (93-94), he became the last USHLer to record a 100 points in a 48 game season

On January 18th, 2014, with a win over the Team USA, Head Coach coach P. K. O'Handley became the USHL's winningest
coach with 530 USHL victories and counting.
Friday, January 31st, 2014 was officially proclaimed P. K. O'Handley Day.

Clark Cup Champions:                                 Anderson Cup Champions: 2015

Inaugural Season                                                                                                                                                             

Head Coach                      Head Coach                   Head Coach                 Head Coach                   Head Coach
Bob Mainhardt                    Curtis Carr                Anthony Noreen          Anthony Noreen            Anthony Noreen
20-36-0-1-3                        23-30-0-4-3                    32-21-0-3-4                   37-27-0-0-0                     17-37-0-5-1

                                                                                
Anderson Cup Champs                                                                                                                                                              
                                                                             Clark Cup Runner-up

     Head Coach                      Head Coach                   Head Coach                 Head Coach                   Head Coach
Anthony Noreen               John Wroblewski             Brad Patterson             Brad Patterson              Brad Patterson
      40-14-0-2-4                        31-20-0-4-5                    34-20-0-5-1                    33-20-0-5-2                   36-21-0-1-4



Below Are Past Members ff the USHL Since It's Start During the 1980-81 First Junior A Season.


Austin was originally a member of the USHL Senior league. It was also one of the original
USHL teams for the 1980-81 season. After the 1984-85 season they would relocate to Rochester, MN.


Head Coach                     Head Coach                  Head Coach
Dennis Williams               Dennis Williams           Dennis Williams
29-24-0-2-5                       36-18-0-5-1                    25-27-0-5-3

 
Previously know for the last three seasons as the Bloomington Thunder; they rebrand for the start of the 2017-18 season.
 However after just two seasons as the Flying Aces, and three previous as the Thunder, the team's ownership applies for a temporary withdrawal
from the USHL.


Head Coach                   Head Coach
Mike Watt                      Mike Watt
14-39-0-3-2                      24-33-0-3-2

Mike Watt takes over the Head Coaching position for the newly re-branded Flying Aces. Mike would log six seasons splitting time
 between the AHL and NHL where he played for the Oilers, Islanders, Predators and Hurricanes. He would also play six more
seasons in the KHL, IHL & AHL.

 


 After first and only season, the Wings relocate to Indianapolis
and become the Indiana Ice.

 

Clark Cup Championships:  1981, 1983, 1984    


Clark Cup Champs                                                 Clark Cup Champs        Clark Cup Champs                                      


 
 

 

 At the completion of the transition season (79-80) the Waterloo BlackHawks would relocate to Dubuque
and become the Fighting Saints. 
The Saints are one of the League's original season (80-81) Junior A teams.  
In 2001 they relocate to Oklahoma and become the Tulsa Crude.

 

Following the 99-00 season the Sharks would relocate to Illinois and become the Chicago Steel
Ice Shark Tyler Arnason Won the Scoring title during the 97-98 USHL season.

In 2007 Fargo was again awarded a USHL franchise.  The Force will start play the 2008-09 season.

 

Clark Cup Champions: 2009, 2014


                                                                                                                                                             Clark Cup Champions


                                                                                                                                                              Clark Cup Champions
The Ice hold the league's single game attendance record during the 2004-05 season when 14,892 fans Packed the House to
watch the Ice take on the Sioux City Musketeers.
2013-14 marks the final season for the Indiana Ice-They commemorate it by winning the 2014 Clark Cup Championship

 



The North Iowa Huskies home town was Mason City, Iowa.  
In 2000 the Huskies will relocate to Cedar Rapids and become the RoughRiders.
Kurt Sauer, 1998-99, is the Huskies first  player to see NHL action

  

The Jr. Jackets are the purchased Thunder Bay Flyers franchise.  They enter the league seven seasons after the Flyers final USHL season.
2007-08 is the final season in Columbus. Most of it's players become available to the new franchise the Fargo Force
or through the USHL draft process.
 

Clark Cup Championships:  1987   Anderson Cup Champions: 1987


 
 Austin Mavericks relocate to Rochester in 1985 and become the Mustangs.
2000-01 is the final season for Mustang hockey.


* The Vulcans change from St. Paul to Twin Cities for the start of the 1995-96 season

Clark Cup Championships:  1984    Anderson Cup Champions: 1984



 

The Vulcans are one if the League's original (transition years 79-80) teams. The Vulcans are also one of the League's
original (Junior A Season 1980-81) teams. In 1995 they move from St Paul and become the Twin City Vulcans. 

In 2000 they relocate to become the Tri-City Storm.
NHL'er Phil Housley, noted as being one of the few players to make the move from high school hockey to the NHL,
played 16 games and scored 26 points for the Vulcans

Starting the 06-07 season the Vulcans (and the Tri-City Storm) had won more games (734) than any other USHL team
 

Clark Cup Championships:  1988, 1989    Anderson Cup Champions: 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992

 

Thunder Bay (ONT) was the League's only foreign based team. Thunder Bay is home to legendary musician Paul Schaffer.

The Flyers Franchise is bought by the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets.  The team would become the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets.
2006-07 is the Jr. Jackets
first season.

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After two seasons in Topeka they would move and become the St. Louis Heartland Eagles

     

           



The Dubuque Fighting Saints move to Tulsa for just a single season

  

 


 In 2003 Topeka  would move to St Louis and
spent one season as the Eagles.

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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