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The Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
were an ECHL
ECHL
hockey team in Atlantic City, New Jersey
Atlantic City, New Jersey
from 2001 to 2005. The team's venue was the historic Boardwalk Hall, which seats 6,979. In 2001, the franchise played its inaugural season in Atlantic City after relocating from Birmingham, Alabama, where it was known as the Birmingham Bulls. In 2003, the team won the Kelly Cup, beating the Columbia Inferno
Columbia Inferno
in the finals. Even though the Bullies found success on the ice, the team's attendance was poor. In its championship season, attendance averaged slightly above 3,000 per game. During the 2005 season, the franchise was sold to an ownership group from Stockton, California. The team moved and was renamed the Stockton Thunder
Stockton Thunder
for the 2005–06 season until the end of the 2014–15 season. Before the 2015–16 season the franchise relocated again to Glens Falls, New York
Glens Falls, New York
to play as the Adirondack Thunder.

Preceded by Greenville Grrrowl Kelly Cup
Kelly Cup
Champions 2002–03 Succeeded by Idaho Steelheads

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Adirondack Thunder

The Franchise

Team history

Cincinnati Cyclones Birmingham Bulls Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies Stockton Thunder

Players

Arenas

Stockton Arena Cool Insuring Arena

Head coaches

Cichocki Thomas Kromm McLean

Rivals

Manchester Monarchs

Affiliates

NHL New Jersey
New Jersey
Devils AHL Binghamton Devils

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Relocated and defunct ECHL
ECHL
franchises

Relocated (still active)

Alaska Aces (Maine Mariners) Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
(Adirondack Thunder) Bakersfield Condors (Norfolk Admirals) Birmingham Bulls (Adirondack Thunder) Carolina Thunderbirds
Carolina Thunderbirds
(Wheeling Nailers) Columbus Chill (Reading Royals) Evansville IceMen
Evansville IceMen
(Jacksonville Icemen) Huntington Blizzard (Manchester Monarchs) Huntsville Blast (Utah Grizzlies) Johnstown Chiefs
Johnstown Chiefs
(Greenville Swamp Rabbits) Lexington Men O' War
Lexington Men O' War
(Utah Grizzlies) Louisville RiverFrogs (Cincinnati Cyclones) Macon Whoopee (Utah Grizzlies) Miami Matadors
Miami Matadors
(Cincinnati Cyclones) Mobile Mysticks (Atlanta Gladiators) Ontario Reign (Manchester Monarchs) Stockton Thunder
Stockton Thunder
(Adirondack Thunder) Tallahassee Tiger Sharks
Tallahassee Tiger Sharks
(Utah Grizzlies) Texas Wildcatters
Texas Wildcatters
(Manchester Monarchs) Toledo Storm
Toledo Storm
(Toledo Walleye) Winston-Salem Thunderbirds
Winston-Salem Thunderbirds
(Wheeling Nailers) Virginia Lancers
Virginia Lancers
(Utah Grizzlies)

Defunct

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