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The Muskegon Fury is a International Hockey League ice hockey team located in Muskegon, Michigan. The team is a four-time champion of the league's Colonial Cup in 1999, 2002, 2004, and 2005.
The Fury was established in 1992 after the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the International Hockey League's previous incarnation relocated to Cleveland, Ohio. Hockey had been in Muskegon for 32 consecutive seasons to that point and Tony Lisman, Owner/President of the Fury, would not let that tradition end. Lisman had by establishing a team in the Colonial Hockey League, and continues to keep, his vow to keep hockey in Muskegon and has been very successful in doing so through the league throughout the league's name changes. They lost to the Danbury Trashers in the 2005-2006 playoffs in their vow for a third consecutive Colonial Cup championship.On August 30, 2006, Bruce Ramsay was named the Fury head coach for the 2006-2007 season, replacing Todd Nelson, who had accepted the assistant coaching position for the Chicago Wolves a few days earlier.
Muskegon's L.C. Walker Arena, home of the Fury, is the premiere facility in the area for sporting events, concerts, shows and many more activities.For nearly half a century, Muskegon County has been home to professional hockey, professional hockey that has seen some great success. But, the great success has come over the course of the last nine seasons. During those nine years, the International Hockey League s Muskegon Fury has won four United Hockey League championships, a league record. That number includes the last two league crowns and three of the last four titles. Established in 1992, the Fury, founded by their current President and Team Owner Tony Lisman, came to be when the International Hockey League s Muskegon Lumberjacks moved to Cleveland, Ohio. Hockey had been a part of Muskegon for better than three decades, and Lisman wasn t about to let the tradition end. To this day, the tradition continues, and does so with great success.
In 15 years of competition, the Fury has never seen a losing season, and has never missed the playoffs. In that time frame, the Fury has a winning percentage of .620, something no other team in minor-professional hockey can match.
The Fury takes great pride in the community services they perform. Furious Fred, the lovable team mascot, is frequently seen throughout the community, appearing at schools, parades, charity events, and much more.
The Fury also takes great strides in aiding the community in as many ways as possible. They work very hard with the local Child Abuse Council and United Way, as well as many other charitable organizations. In addition, the Fury visits many schools during the season, stressing the importance of education and good health.
The L.C. Walker Arena houses the current IHL kingpins, and is the premiere event facility along the area shoreline. When hockey is in the off-season, the arena is also home to concerts, the circus, conventions, and, new to the arena, The Muskegon Thunder of the Great Lakes Indoor Football League. Don t miss your opportunity to come down and get a taste of action-packed, Fury championship hockey!