Musketeer Title Page


     

This Site is
**********************************Under Construction************************************
We are in the process of rebuilding and reformatting all of the BatchellerPad, USHLstuff and
MusketeersStuff web pages.  There are still some missing pictures, poor spacing, boarder issues and questionable spelling
but I am busily chipping away at these issues.

       
Updated                                                            Updated                                                                 Updated

              
Updated                                                            Updated                                                                 Updated

Musketeer Jerseys Musketeer Pucks Musketeer Guides Musketeer Schedules Musketeer Memorobilia
Updated                                                                                                                                                                   

SYHA Stuff In The Pros Mission Statement E-Mail Contact
Updated                           Updated                                                                         Updated                           Updated

Past Sioux City Player's Profession Game JerseysProfession and NHL Game Jerseys

***************************************************************************************************

Did You know…That for the first 4 years of Sioux City hockey, we didn’t have a Zamboni!!!
 

Left: An Auditorium staff member preparing the edges by hand. No gas edger yet!!!  Right: Staff members shovel away all
the snow
from the ice. As tradition, this was done at the start of every game and between every period.

 
Two hot water carts sponsored by the Black Knight, a men’s clothing store located in Sioux City and owned by then team
owner Gary Lipschutz, provided the hot water that prepared the ice for the next period.
Note: Notice the fence in place of glass.

Sioux City Eagles
Circa Late 60’s
 
These pictures just scream “Old Time Hockey”. Taken in the upstairs locker room at the Audi, this photos shows several
of the Sioux City Eagle players either before or during one of their home games. Picture two, second from the right, is
long-time Siouxland Youth Hockey (SYHA) coach and referee Joe Pinard.


The Sioux City Eagles take on a team from West St. Paul in the tilt at the Auditorium. This photo is takes at the “stage”
end of the rink. Visible in the back is the door to the outer locker-room as well as the rope pulleys used to run the various
stage equipment.  Note: Fence for glass and the real boards.

2011 Inaugural Sioux City Musketeers Billy Danderand Cup


Held in honor of long time Sioux City Musketeer trainer & equipment manager Billy Danderand. A native of Jefferson, S.D.,
Billy has been part of the Musketeer organization for 40 seasons!!! He joined the team during the Musketeers first season in
USHL Senior League in 1972.  Billy also served the same duties with International Softball Congress’s powerhouse teams Penn
Corps & National Health Care. This trophy is awarded to the winning team of the annual Musketeer’s All-Star Summer
Camp Green vs. Gold try-out game.

     

USHL Logo

Sioux City Bandits Indoor FootballA collection of Sioux City Bandits Pocket Schedules, game-used jerseys, helmets and balls

Sioux City Explorers BaseballA listing of all Sioux City Explorers pocket schedules

Hit Web Stats

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do Not Use Below Links

This Site is
**********************************Under Construction************************************
We are in the process of rebuilding and reformatting all of the BatchellerPad, USHLstuff and
MusketeersStuff web pages.  There are still some missing pictures, poor spacing, boarder issues and questionable spelling
but I am busily chipping away at these issues.

Sioux City Musketeers History In Pictures
Musketeer Jerseys Musketeer Pucks Musketeer Guides Musketeer Schedules Musketeer Memorobilia

SYHA Stuff In The Pros Mission Statement E-Mail Contact
Past Sioux City Player's Profession Game JerseysProfession and NHL Game Jerseys

**********Can You ID This Team Jacket!!!**********


This team jacket color and style was probably worn during the early or mid 80’s. The Musketeer logo on the front is screened and the
player number on the shoulder is sewn.  The yellow material is a flat luster nylon material. I need your input if you have any idea
what season this was from.