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The Texas Brahmas are a professional ice hockey team in the Central Hockey League. Dan Wildfong is the head coach and Mike Barack is the general manager.
The Brahmas began play in the Western Professional Hockey League as the Fort Worth Brahmas while the CHL's Fort Worth Fire were still in operation.The Fire eventually ceased operations.The Fort Worth Brahmas played their home games at the Fort Worth Convention Center.
Their first season in North Richland Hills proved to be very successful as they entered the postseason for the first time since the 2001-02 season.
In the first round the Brahmas defeated the Mississippi RiverKings then went on to sweep the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in 4 games. In the Northern Conference Finals the Brahmas went to a game 7 with the defending champs, Colorado Eagles, before losing.
During the 2008-09 campaign, the Brahmas will be at home for 28 weekend dates including 12 Fridays, 12 Saturdays, and four Sundays. They will round out the home slate with two Tuesday games and two Wednesday games.
The longest road trip will be for six games starting with two games at Mississippi followed by a three-game series at Arizona and one game against Bossier-Shreveport before returning home.
The Brahmas will still have a road game on Saturday, January 10th, but will play the Mississippi RiverKings instead of the Oklahoma City Blazers.
Chris Mann ? The Fundamental Player
The Texas Brahmas have announced that Chris Mann has re-signed with the team. Mann, 29, was a pillar of the Brahmas D Corps last season as he helped the team advance to the Northern Conference Finals last season, his first year in the CHL.
Mann played in 60 regular season games and registered four assists. He also played in nine post-season contests.The six-foot, 215-pound native of Ottawa, Ontario played four seasons of NCAA hockey at Elmira College in New York.
Mann tallied 58 points (13 G, 45 A) and 209 penalty minutes over 96 games played with the Soaring Eagles. A three-year captain, Mann anchored the best power play in the ECAC Division III West Conference in 2004-05 as Elmira finished with a 21.5% conversion rate for the season.
After graduating, Mann signed with the Elmira Jackals (UHL) but suffered a broken jaw in just his third game with the club that prematurely ended his season.
Mann played for one game with the Rochester Americans (AHL) before returning to the Jackals. During the next two seasons with Elmira, Mann played 137 games and netted 21 points (4 G, 17 A) and 484 penalty minutes.
Known for his aggressive style of play, Mann posted 168 penalty minutes last season, ranking him second among the Brahmas' roster (Robin Big Snake was 1st with 208 minutes in just 25 games).
Mann was suspended for four games for his actions against the Oklahoma City Blazers on January 5th. Mann drew a double minor for roughing after he broke the jaw of Blazers' forward Graham Dearle. Mann also squared off with Erick Lizon who landed a few punches before Mann took him down, earning a fighting penalty.
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