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Pukatawagan Indians
Pukatawagon Indians
Pukatawagan Indians sign (1998-99 season-)

Team Name

Pukatawagan Indians

Conference

Western Conference (CHL)

Division

North Division

Founded

1981 CHL season

History

Pukatawagan Indians

Arena

Wess Jackson Stadium

City

Pukatawagan, Manitoba

Media Affiliates

Splash Sports, Canadian Hockey League Broadcasting Network (CLUB'N) 1126 AM, 99.7 Saskatchewan Sports

Owner; General Manager; Head Coaches

Delosa Marks; Thomas Crash; Jamie Long (head coach) and Patricia Long

Captain

Matt Moore

The Pukatawagan Indians are a profesional ice hockey team, classed in the Western Conference's North Division. They play in Pukatawagan, Manitoba and were founded in 1979 (began play in 1981) when Abner Albright bought the Fredericton Flames from Danny Wings-Power. The have qualified for 1 Donovan Cup Championship Series, in 1989.

Franchise HistoryEdit

Beginnings (1979-1981)Edit

(For full Fredericton Flames history, please go to the Fredericton Flames page. Thank you)

The Pukatawagan Indians began when they were bought from buisnessman, Danny Wings-Power by Abner Albright, a CHL frontiersman. Albright, already the owner of the Bird Eagles