Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Edison Chen photo scandal

The Edison Chen photo scandal involved the illegal distribution over the Internet of intimate and private photographs of Hong Kong actor Edison Chen with various women, including actresses Gillian Chung, Bobo Chan, Rachel Ngan and Cecilia Cheung. The scandal shook the Hong Kong entertainment industry in early 2008 and received high profile media attention locally and around the world. Many local newspapers headlined the story consecutively during the first fortnight of February 2008, relegating coverage of the 2008 Chinese winter storms to secondary prominence during Chinese New Year.

The Hong Kong police enlisted the assistance of Interpol to stem the spread of the photographs. Ten people were arrested in connection with the distribution of the photographs. A computer technician was convicted of three counts of obtaining access to a computer with dishonest intent, and received a custodial sentence of eight and a half months.

The police crackdown raised questions over violations of the privacy and free speech rights of Internet users. The manner in which actors, their management, and the police handled the situation, in turn, made those arrested into heroes for some Internet users.

Chen admitted being the author and copyright owner of most of the photographs, and stated that the private photographs had been stolen and published illegally without his consent. He made a public apology, especially to the women involved, and also announced that he would "step away indefinitely" from the Hong Kong entertainment industry.

In November 2006, Chen purchased a pink PowerBook personal computer, a photograph of which he published on his blog. It may have come from eLite Multimedia, a computer shop in Hong Kong's Central district. According to the police, Chen's "Cotton-candy Mac" computer was sent in for repairs, and an estimated 1,300 intimate photographs of Chen and numerous female celebrities may have been accessed and secretly copied by one or more of the shop's employees. According to Chen, the image files were deleted before the computer was taken in for repairs.

Chen's photographs were reportedly made some time between 2003 and 2006. One close friend indicated that Chen liked to take photographs during intimate moments with his sexual partners, of whom 14 were celebrities, and privately showed these to a select group of close friends.

The first photograph, depicting Chen and Gillian Chung, was posted on the Hong Kong Discuss Forum at approximately 8:30 p.m. on 27 January 2008. Although the original post was deleted after a few hours, some visitors forwarded the image to other major forums in Hong Kong such as Uwants and HKGolden. Chung's management agency, Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG), immediately challenged its authenticity, and filed a police report.

The following day, a second explicit photograph of Chen, with another starlet, appeared on the Internet. After an emergency meeting that evening at EEG, the company declared that it would pursue the publisher of the image for this "irresponsible" and "malicious act". Gillian Chung was reportedly very distraught, had taken a leave of absence, and would not comment on the matter. Shaped by the denials, the initial media consensus was that the photographs were hoaxes. Nevertheless, the story became the headline of major local Hong Kong newspapers.

At 12:30 p.m. on 29 January, a higher resolution photograph appeared on the Internet. Journals noted the uncanny resemblance to Cecilia Cheung, especially her distinctive tattoo set. The photographs became the talk of the town, and local discussion forums became saturated. A low-resolution sequence (photos 4 to 7) of Chen with Chung appeared at 3 p.m.; a nude photograph of Cecilia Cheung appeared at 6 p.m. Journals established with known video footage that the photographs were taken inside Chen's residence. Nevertheless, Cheung's solicitors denounced the upload as a "malicious, immoral and irresponsible act".

China News Service (CNS) reported that more than 100 police officers had been sent to investigate the case,although Assistant Commissioner of Police (Crime) Vincent Wong Fook-chuen later declared that the investigating team consisted of 19 officers from the Commercial Crime Bureau. The police and photographic experts, who examined the images involving the first three female celebrities, said the photos were unlikely to have been composites.

The Hong Kong police moved on all Internet service providers to stamp out all local traces of the as yet unclassified "offensive material". The police met with more than 200 people responsible for major Hong Kong Web sites and BBS communities to urge them to delete the pictures on appearance "as they have the responsibility to stop crimes". Related discussion threads were progressively deleted. The police ordered several locally registered web sites and BBS management firms to submit information about their clients, and had retrieved the IP addresses of more than 30 Internet users who allegedly posted photographs.

After the exposure of the eighth photograph, Chen quietly left Hong Kong and flew to Boston to be with his girlfriend Vincy Yeung (楊永晴). On 4 February 2008, Chen released a 90-second video clip in English in which he apologised to those who may have been affected by the posting of photographs, without commenting on the authenticity of the photos.

On 6 February, a forum user leaked hundreds more photographs in defiance of the police. The uploader, dubbed by the public as "Kira", with reference to the protagonist in the manga "Death Note", stated he was not in Hong Kong, and promised to release a 32-minute video the next day. Two days later, three pictures of a young woman showering appeared on the Internet. The subject was rapidly identified as 18-year-old Vincy Yeung, Chen's girlfriend and niece of Albert Yeung, chairman of EEG. The police confirmed these three images were part of the batch of 1,300 photographs known to them. Having said there were only six participants, the police explained the appearance of a seventh, saying that her photographs had been erroneously grouped with one of the other females.

Gillian Chung was the first starlet to make a public appearance. After greeting fans at a New Year celebration on 11 February 2008, she delivered a brief statement to the press in which she apologised for the hurt caused to those around her by her silliness and naivety, saying that she "had now grown up". Emperor sought closure by stating that neither it nor any of its artists would be making any further statement about the incident. The press conference drew mixed response from the media and the public – some praised her courage in facing the public while others complained of her insincerity and her refusal to face the issue squarely. An Apple Daily commentary was particularly scathing about the hypocrisy of Chung and of her management company for only obliquely hinting at her "licentiousness". On 14 February, two new nude photographs surfaced. One photograph featured an unidentified woman fellating Chen, and another showed Rachel Ngan lying on a bed.

Chen returned to Hong Kong on 21 February, and held a press conference during which he asked for forgiveness and announced his departure from the Hong Kong entertainment industry "indefinitely". Chen confirmed that the photographs belonged to him and were private, and stated that they were obtained without his consent and then made public. His lawyer emphasised that reproduction whether in whole or in part would constitute copyright infringement.

On 26 February, as Chen entered his sixth consecutive day of police questioning, Sing Tao Daily revealed that a cache of computer disks and other storage devices containing in excess of 10,000 images were found from the search of Chen's residence. Police leaked news that five "new" celebrities had been identified by police, who gave only cryptic descriptions. Investigations were apparently hampered by Chen's caution, and by the lack of cooperation of the "new" female victims: some had left town, and one had already publicly denied her involvement. While the police suspected hidden motives, Chen denied that he had been blackmailed.

On 31 January 2008, an unemployed man identified as 29-year-old Chung Yik-tin (鍾亦天) was arrested for allegedly uploading one image; 12 pictures were found on his computer. The next day he was arraigned but denied bail because he was suspected of blackmailing the actor and actresses. The case would reconvene eight weeks later, and Chung Yik-tin was destined to spend Chinese New Year in detention. After investigating the connection between the suspect and artists, the police were satisfied that blackmail was not involved. Following the furore at the police that the photograph allegedly posted by Chung was later classified as "indecent", Chung was unconditionally released from detention on 15 February, and charges against him were dropped.

On 2 February, police arrested four men and two women in connection with the distribution of the photographs. Of the six, three men and a woman were released on HK$20,000 bail and ordered to report back to the police in eight weeks. The police revealed that during 2007, Edison Chen brought his computer to a shop for repairs. Employees who discovered over 1,300 intimate photographs may have secretly copied these files.

On 4 February, a 29-year-old man became the eighth person to be detained in connection with the Internet posting of nude photos. On the same day, 23-year-old Sze Ho-Chun (史可雋) was arrested and charged with "dishonest use of computers with criminal intent", which has a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment. The man appeared in Eastern Court on 5 February, where he denied the charge and was released on $50,000 bail. The case was adjourned to 22 February.

Assistant Commissioner Wong said the source of the pictures had been traced, but he would not confirm reports stating that they had been taken from Chen's computer. He added that the authenticity of the photographs was no longer in question. Wong also said of the six women found in the photographs, four were local celebrities and two were unknown to the police. None of the women were named. Wong was certain that no overseas artists were involved. He said that it was not a crime to transfer the pictures to friends, but those who had posted the images to Internet web pages could be in breach of the Hong Kong law. His statement has prompted some people to solicit for or send the picture files to their "friends" en masse by email.

On 5 February, as another of the suspects was released on $50,000 bail, six more related photographs surfaced on the Internet. In the early hours on Chinese New Year's Eve, several hundred more photographs appeared on the Internet; there were two new faces.

The police arrested a tenth person in connection with the case on 10 February. Kwok Chun-wai, a 24-year-old logistics clerk, was charged with distribution of pornography. He had allegedly posted the link to a local discussion forum after uploading a compressed file containing over a hundred images to a site in Cyprus. Kwok was released on $10,000 bail and was required to report to the police three times a week. He entered a guilty plea to three counts of publishing an obscene article in July. On 24 July 2008, he was sentenced to two months in prison, suspended for two years.

Web sites on the mainland are usually more sensitive to political issues than to pornography, and for several weeks major sites such as Baidu permitted the images to be disseminated. During this time, photographs were also posted on the popular mainland China chat room, Tianya Club, and had been viewed nearly 20 million times a day. Around 20 February however, mainland sites took action to prevent access to the photos.

A crackdown began in mainland China on the manufacturing, selling and spreading the CD-ROMs of the celebrity photos, which sold "like hotcakes". Police arrested 10 people suspected of the production in Shenzhen.Police in Beijing announced on 21 February that it would act to stop the circulation of the photographs. Officials declared that showing the photos to friends or posting them on blogs or online forums, even without profit motive, could be punishable by detention for up to 15 days; transmission of more than 200 of the photos as a package on the internet would be met with criminal prosecution.

A Taiwanese man aged 24, Huang Wei-lun, was arrested in Taipei county on suspicion of posting the explicit photos and videos in his blog and instructing net surfers how to download the images. Police in Kaohsiung warned of the two-year penalty for selling pornographic CDs, and raided shops and arcades where discs of Edison Chen's photographs have been selling slowly, for TWD100. One observer remarked that young people did not buy discs as they can get the photographs easily from the internet

On 2 February, Commissioner of Police Tang King Shing warned that anyone with the pictures on their computer could be in breach of the law, even if there was no record of distribution. This led to the immediate objection of lawmaker "Long Hair" Leung Kwok-hung, who led a protest of about two dozen people outside police headquarters in Wan Chai. They accused the police of sowing confusion and creating an atmosphere of "white terror" among netizens. Leung urged Commissioner Tang to clarify whether merely keeping the pictures violated the law. Some opinions disagree on distributing the photos.
[edit] Selective application of the law

The police's selectiveness in this case, as compared with previous cases of pornography distribution on the Internet, was also the focus of public attention. Regina Ip said that police would commonly apply the law selectively, citing the difficulty of taking action against every person who had overstayed in Hong Kong. Similarly, the local Chairman of the Internet Society said that it would not be practical for the police to ticket every traffic offender.

The denial of bail for Chung Yik-tin sparked controversy over the subjective application of the law. Legislator Ronny Tong accused the police of humiliating a suspect by their excessively hasty actions.

Commentary in the newspaper Ming Pao also remarked on the widespread outrage about the perceived selective application of legal principles – that a person charged with an apparently minor offense being denied bail whilst two others, unnamed, with allegedly heavier involvement in the spread of the photographs were allowed out on bail. A commentary in Apple Daily decried the "clear intimidation of netizens" by the police, and referred to the "hypocrisy in law enforcement" for arresting people without bringing the alleged main source and victim (Chen) for interrogation.
Definition of "obscenity"

While publishing an "obscene" (淫褻) article carries a maximum sentence of 3 years, an "indecent" (不雅) article only carries a maximum sentence of 12 months. Ming Pao revealed on 14 February that it had received interim classification from the Obscene Articles Tribunal (OAT) relating to five photographs it had submitted for opinion. Three of these photographs were classified as "indecent" while two were considered "obscene". The only photograph which was in circulation on 27 January, allegedly posted by Chung Yik-tin, was "indecent". Thus, the journal raised the question that Chung may have been charged with a wrong offense. Also, the law applies only after OAT's classification. Since the police arrested and charged Chung before classification, some viewed the arrest as unlawful. An Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong questioned whether an amended charge of "Publishing an Indecent Article" applied to photographs uploaded onto the Internet.

Kitāb al-Hayawān (Aristotle)

The Kitāb al-hayawān (كتاب الحيوان, English: Book of Animals) is an Arabic translation in 19 treatises (maqālāt) of the following zoological texts by Aristotle:

Historia Animalium : treatises 1-10
De Partibus Animalium : treatises 11-14
De Generatione Animalium : treatises 15-19

While the book is often attributed to one Yahyà bin al-Bitrīq, the translator is unknown. However, from certain oddities in the Arabic, it has been deduced that it is a translation of a lost Syriac version. The complete text is available only in MS form (in Tehran), but treatises 11-14 (De Partibus) have been edited as Ajzā’ al-hayawān (The Parts of Animals) (Ed. ‘Abd al-Rahmān al-Badawī. Kuwait: Wakālat al-matbū‘āt, 1978), and 15-19 (De Generatione) as Fī kawn al-hayawān (On the Being of Animals) (Ed. J. Brugman and H.J. Drossaart Lulofs. Leiden: Brill, 1971)

The first known mention of the book appears in a text by the Arab philosopher Al-Kindī (d. 850). Ibn Sīnā (Avicenna) seems to have had direct knowledge of the book, as he paraphrased and commented upon the full text in his encyclopedic Al-Shifā’. In Spain, the 12th-century philosopher Ibn Bājja (Avempace) wrote on De Partibus and De Generatione. It has been remarked that one usually finds references to the Historia in the Eastern Islamicate world, while the other two books are generally referred to in the West, and in conformity to this pattern, Ibn Rushd (Averroes), like Ibn Bājja, wrote commentaries on De Partibus and De Generatione (see below), in which he criticizes Ibn Sīnā’s interpretations.

Kitāb al-hayawān was known at least indirectly to several important zoographers including Al-Jāhiz (Kitāb al-hayawān), Al-Mas‘ūdī (Murawwaj al-dhahab), Abū Hayyān al-Tawhīdī (Al-Imtā‘ wa al-mu’ānasa), Al-Qazwīnī (‘Ajā’ib al-makhlūqāt), and Al-Damīrī (Hayāt al-hayawān). They may have known the Aristotelian Kitāb al-hayawān at second hand from Arabic compendiums of selected passages from the book. The only extant compendium is the Maqāla tushtamalu ‘à la fusūl min kitāb al-hayawān, attributed (probably falsely) to Mūsà bin Maymūn (Moses Maimonides), and the Greek Compendium of Nicolaus Damascenus was at least partially available by the 11th century.

Finally, Michael Scot’s early 13th-century Latin translation of the Kitāb al-hayawān, De Animalibus, is worthy of mention as the vehicle of transmission into Western Europe. It was alleged by Roger Bacon that Scot “had appropriated to himself the credit of translations which more properly belonged to one Andreas the Jew.” This may mean that he had help with the Arabic MS, or that he worked fully or in part from a Judaeo-Arabic or Hebrew version. Scot's De Animalibus is available in a partial edition (Scot, Michael. De Animalibus. Vols 1-3. Leiden: Brill, 1992).

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Milwaukee Admirals

The Milwaukee Admirals are a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They play in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA at the Bradley Center.

Retired numbers

* 9 Phil Wittliff, C, 1973–77
* 14 Mike McNeill, C, 1992–98 and Fred Berry, C, 1980–84, 85–87
* 26 Tony Hrkac, C, 1994–97, 2003–05
* 27 Danny Lecours, LW, 1975–84, 85–87
* 44 Gino Cavallini, C, 1993–96 and Kevin Willison, D, 1981–84, 85–86

Notable alumni

* Fred Berry, Gino Cavallini, Don Gibson, Chuck Kennedy, Tony Hrkac, Danny Lecours, Mike Mallinger, Yves Preston, Ken Sabourin, Bruce Saulnier, Rich Sirois, Phil Wittliff, Dale Yakiwchuk, Pete Peeters, Shawn Antoski, Buzz Schneider, Marc Crawford, Bob Mason, Gino Odjick, Darren Pang, Ronnie Stern, Peter DeBoer, Ryan Suter, Shea Weber, Alexander Radulov, Tomáš Vokoun, Martin Erat, Clude Julien, Jeff Daniels, Gary Agnew

Season-by-season results

* Milwaukee Wings 1970 Independent team
* Milwaukee Admirals 1970–1973 Independent team
* Milwaukee Admirals 1973–1977 (United States Hockey League)
* Milwaukee Admirals 1977–2001 (International Hockey League)
* Milwaukee Admirals 2001–Present (American Hockey League)

Team records

Single season
Goals: 75 Canada Danny Lecours (1982–83)
Assists: 100 Canada Dale Yakiwchuk (1982–83)
Points: 138 Dale Yakiwchuk (1982–83)
Penalty minutes: 381 Canada Don Gibson (1992–93)
GAA: 2.09 Canada Mark Dekanich (2008–09)
SV%: .923 Mark Dekanich (2008–09)

Career goals: 444 Danny Lecours
Career assists: 379 Canada Fred Berry
Career points: 813 Danny Lecours
Career penalty minutes: 1233 Canada Ken Sabourin
Career goaltending wins: 119 Canada Rich Sirois
Career shutouts: 11 Canada Brian Finley
Career games: 641 Danny Lecours

Current roster

As of March 24, 2010.
# ↓ Nat ↓ Player ↓ Pos ↓ S/G ↓ Age ↓ Acquired ↓ Birthplace
31 CAN Canada Dekanich, MarkMark Dekanich 1.0 G Left 23 2008 North Vancouver, British Columbia
37 CAN Canada Pickard, ChetChet Pickard 1.0 G Left 20 2009 Moncton, New Brunswick
2 FIN Finland Laakso, TeemuTeemu Laakso 2.0 D Right 22 2008 Tuusula, Finland
3 USA United States Blum, JonathonJonathon Blum 2.0 D Right 21 2009 Long Beach, California
4 CAN Canada Ford, ScottScott Ford 2.0 D Right 30 2008 Fort St. John, British Columbia
20 CAN Canada Matheson, MarkMark Matheson 2.0 D Left 26 2007 Calgary, Alberta
25 GER Germany Dietrich, RobertRobert Dietrich 2.0 D Right 23 2008 Ordzhonikidze, Kazakh SSR, USSR
43 CAN Canada Yonkman, NolanNolan Yonkman 2.0 D Right 28 2006 Punnichy, Saskatchewan
52 GER Germany Sulzer, AlexanderAlexander Sulzer 2.0 D Right 25 2006 Kaufbeuren, West Germany
7 USA United States Maki, RyanRyan Maki 7.0 RW Right 24 2007 Medford, New Jersey
8 USA United States Thang, RyanRyan Thang 6.0 LW Right 22 2010 Chicago, Illinois
11 CAN Canada Santorelli, MarkMark Santorelli 6.0 LW Right 21 2008 Edmonton, Alberta
12 SWE Sweden Thuresson, AndreasAndreas Thuresson 7.0 RW Right 22 2007 Kristianstad, Sweden
16 CAN Canada Murray, MartyMarty Murray 4.0 C Left 35 2010 Lyleton, Manitoba
17 USA United States Jessiman, HughHugh Jessiman 7.0 RW Right 26 2008 New York, New York
18 USA United States Mueller, ChrisChris Mueller 7.0 RW Right 24 2009 Buffalo, New York
19 CAN Canada Santorelli, MikeMike Santorelli 4.0 C Right 24 2007 Vancouver, British Columbia
21 CAN Canada Grant, TristonTriston Grant 6.0 LW Left 26 2008 Neepawa, Manitoba
24 CAN Canada Guite, BenBen Guite 4.0 C Right 31 2009 Montreal, Quebec
36 CAN Canada Scatchard, DaveDave Scatchard 4.0 C Right 34 2009 Hinton, Alberta
40 CAN Canada Rabbit, WaceyWacey Rabbit 4.0 C Left 23 2009 Lethbridge, Alberta

The San Antonio Rampage

The San Antonio Rampage is an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League based in San Antonio, Texas. Their home arena is the AT&T Center.

Current roster
# Player Catches Acquired Place of birth
1 Finland Miika Wiikman L 2010 Mariestad, Sweden
39 Canada Josh Tordjman L 2006 Montreal, Quebec
# Player Shoots Acquired Place of birth
2 Canada Nick Ross L 2007 Lethbridge, Alberta
6 Canada David Schlemko L 2007 Edmonton, Alberta
7 Canada Jeff May L 2008 Richmond, British Columbia
8 United States Sean Zimmerman R 2008 Denver, Colorado
26 Canada Shaun Heshka R 2009 Melville, Saskatchewan
37 United States Sean Sullivan L 2006 Boston, Massachusetts
45 United States Stu Bickel* R 2009 Chanhassen, Minnesota
# Player Pos Shoots Acquired Place of birth
4 Canada Joel Perrault C R 2005 Montreal, Quebec
5 Canada MacGregor Sharp* C L 2009 Red Deer, Alberta
9 Canada Alexandre Picard LW L 2010 Les Saules, Quebec
10 Canada Stefan Meyer LW L 2009 Fox Valley, Saskatchewan
11 United States Ryan Hollweg LW L 2009 Downey, California
15 Canada Matt Watkins RW L 2009 Aylesbury, Saskatchewan
16 Canada Gavin Morgan C L 2009 Scarborough, Ontario
17 United States David Spina RW R 2007 Springfield, Illinois
19 Canada Brett MacLean LW R 2008 London, Ontario
22 Canada Jeff Hoggan LW R 2008 Hope, British Columbia
44 Canada Francis Lessard RW R 2008 Montreal, Quebec
89 Denmark Mikkel Boedker RW L 2009 Brondby, Denmark
91 Canada Kyle Turris C R 2008 New Westminster, British Columbia

*Under Contract with the Anaheim Ducks of the (NHL)
Team records
Single season

Goals: 33 Canada Don MacLean (2006–07)
Assists: 40 Canada Yanick Lehoux (2006–07)
Points: 71 Canada Yanick Lehoux (2006–07)
Points (Defenceman): 34 United States Keith Yandle (2006–07)
Penalty minutes: 324 Canada Francis Lessard (2008-09)
GAA: 2.35 Canada Travis Scott (2004–05)
SV%: .931 Canada Travis Scott (2004–05)


Career goals: 49 Canada Yanick Lehoux
Career assists: 75 Canada David Spina
Career points: 115 Canada David Spina
Career penalty minutes: 568 Canada Francis Lessard
Career goaltending wins: 77 Canada Josh Tordjman
Career shutouts: 8 Canada Josh Tordjman
Career games: 163 Canada Ryan Jardine

All of the Popes in Catholic Church History

1. St. Peter (32-67)
2. St. Linus (67-76)
3. St. Anacletus (Cletus) (76-88)
4. St. Clement I (88-97)
5. St. Evaristus (97-105)
6. St. Alexander I (105-115)
7. St. Sixtus I (115-125) Also called Xystus I
8. St. Telesphorus (125-136)
9. St. Hyginus (136-140)
10. St. Pius I (140-155)
11. St. Anicetus (155-166)
12. St. Soter (166-175)
13. St. Eleutherius (175-189)
14. St. Victor I (189-199)
15. St. Zephyrinus (199-217)
16. St. Callistus I (217-22) Callistus and the following three popes were opposed by St. Hippolytus, antipope (217-236)
17. St. Urban I (222-30)
18. St. Pontain (230-35)
19. St. Anterus (235-36)
20. St. Fabian (236-50)
21. St. Cornelius (251-53) Opposed by Novatian, antipope (251)
22. St. Lucius I (253-54)
23. St. Stephen I (254-257)
24. St. Sixtus II (257-258)
25. St. Dionysius (260-268)
26. St. Felix I (269-274)
27. St. Eutychian (275-283)
28. St. Caius (283-296) Also called Gaius
29. St. Marcellinus (296-304)
30. St. Marcellus I (308-309)
31. St. Eusebius (309 or 310)
32. St. Miltiades (311-14)
33. St. Sylvester I (314-35)
34. St. Marcus (336)
35. St. Julius I (337-52)
36. Liberius (352-66) Opposed by Felix II, antipope (355-365)
37. St. Damasus I (366-83) Opposed by Ursicinus, antipope (366-367)
38. St. Siricius (384-99)
39. St. Anastasius I (399-401)
40. St. Innocent I (401-17)
41. St. Zosimus (417-18)
42. St. Boniface I (418-22) Opposed by Eulalius, antipope (418-419)
43. St. Celestine I (422-32)
44. St. Sixtus III (432-40)
45. St. Leo I (the Great) (440-61)
46. St. Hilarius (461-68)
47. St. Simplicius (468-83)
48. St. Felix III (II) (483-92)
49. St. Gelasius I (492-96)
50. Anastasius II (496-98)
51. St. Symmachus (498-514) Opposed by Laurentius, antipope (498-501)
52. St. Hormisdas (514-23)
53. St. John I (523-26)
54. St. Felix IV (III) (526-30)
55. Boniface II (530-32) Opposed by Dioscorus, antipope (530)
56. John II (533-35)
57. St. Agapetus I (535-36) Also called Agapitus I
58. St. Silverius (536-37)
59. Vigilius (537-55)
60. Pelagius I (556-61)
61. John III (561-74)
62. Benedict I (575-79)
63. Pelagius II (579-90)
64. St. Gregory I (the Great) (590-604)
65. Sabinian (604-606)
66. Boniface III (607)
67. St. Boniface IV (608-15)
68. St. Deusdedit (Adeodatus I) (615-18)
69. Boniface V (619-25)
70. Honorius I (625-38)
71. Severinus (640)
72. John IV (640-42)
73. Theodore I (642-49)
74. St. Martin I (649-55)
75. St. Eugene I (655-57)
76. St. Vitalian (657-72)
77. Adeodatus (II) (672-76)
78. Donus (676-78)
79. St. Agatho (678-81)
80. St. Leo II (682-83)
81. St. Benedict II (684-85)
82. John V (685-86)
83. Conon (686-87)
84. St. Sergius I (687-701) Opposed by Theodore and Paschal, antipopes (687)
85. John VI (701-05)
86. John VII (705-07)
87. Sisinnius (708)
88. Constantine (708-15)
89. St. Gregory II (715-31)
90. St. Gregory III (731-41)
91. St. Zachary (741-52)
92. Stephen II (752) Because he died before being consecrated, many authoritative lists omit him
93. Stephen III (752-57)
94. St. Paul I (757-67)
95. Stephen IV (767-72) Opposed by Constantine II (767) and Philip (768), antipopes (767)
96. Adrian I (772-95)
97. St. Leo III (795-816)
98. Stephen V (816-17)
99. St. Paschal I (817-24)
100. Eugene II (824-27)
101. Valentine (827)
102. Gregory IV (827-44)
103. Sergius II (844-47) Opposed by John, antipope (855)
104. St. Leo IV (847-55)
105. Benedict III (855-58) Opposed by Anastasius, antipope (855)
106. St. Nicholas I (the Great) (858-67)
107. Adrian II (867-72)
108. John VIII (872-82)
109. Marinus I (882-84)
110. St. Adrian III (884-85)
111. Stephen VI (885-91)
112. Formosus (891-96)
113. Boniface VI (896)
114. Stephen VII (896-97)
115. Romanus (897)
116. Theodore II (897)
117. John IX (898-900)
118. Benedict IV (900-03)
119. Leo V (903) Opposed by Christopher, antipope (903-904)
120. Sergius III (904-11)
121. Anastasius III (911-13)
122. Lando (913-14)
123. John X (914-28)
124. Leo VI (928)
125. Stephen VIII (929-31)
126. John XI (931-35)
127. Leo VII (936-39)
128. Stephen IX (939-42)
129. Marinus II (942-46)
130. Agapetus II (946-55)
131. John XII (955-63)
132. Leo VIII (963-64)
133. Benedict V (964)
134. John XIII (965-72)
135. Benedict VI (973-74)
136. Benedict VII (974-83) Benedict and John XIV were opposed by Boniface VII, antipope (974; 984-985)
137. John XIV (983-84)
138. John XV (985-96)
139. Gregory V (996-99) Opposed by John XVI, antipope (997-998)
140. Sylvester II (999-1003)
141. John XVII (1003)
142. John XVIII (1003-09)
143. Sergius IV (1009-12)
144. Benedict VIII (1012-24) Opposed by Gregory, antipope (1012)
145. John XIX (1024-32)
146. Benedict IX (1032-45) He appears on this list three separate times, because he was twice deposed and restored
147. Sylvester III (1045) Considered by some to be an antipope
148. Benedict IX (1045)
149. Gregory VI (1045-46)
150. Clement II (1046-47)
151. Benedict IX (1047-48)
152. Damasus II (1048)
153. St. Leo IX (1049-54)
154. Victor II (1055-57)
155. Stephen X (1057-58)
156. Nicholas II (1058-61) Opposed by Benedict X, antipope (1058)
157. Alexander II (1061-73) Opposed by Honorius II, antipope (1061-1072)
158. St. Gregory VII (1073-85) Gregory and the following three popes were opposed by Guibert ("Clement III"), antipope (1080-1100)
159. Blessed Victor III (1086-87)
160. Blessed Urban II (1088-99)
161. Paschal II (1099-1118) Opposed by Theodoric (1100), Aleric (1102) and Maginulf ("Sylvester IV", 1105-1111), antipopes (1100)
162. Gelasius II (1118-19) Opposed by Burdin ("Gregory VIII"), antipope (1118)
163. Callistus II (1119-24)
164. Honorius II (1124-30) Opposed by Celestine II, antipope (1124)
165. Innocent II (1130-43) Opposed by Anacletus II (1130-1138) and Gregory Conti ("Victor IV") (1138), antipopes (1138)
166. Celestine II (1143-44)
167. Lucius II (1144-45)
168. Blessed Eugene III (1145-53)
169. Anastasius IV (1153-54)
170. Adrian IV (1154-59)
171. Alexander III (1159-81) Opposed by Octavius ("Victor IV") (1159-1164), Pascal III (1165-1168), Callistus III (1168-1177) and Innocent III (1178-1180), antipopes
172. Lucius III (1181-85)
173. Urban III (1185-87)
174. Gregory VIII (1187)
175. Clement III (1187-91)
176. Celestine III (1191-98)
177. Innocent III (1198-1216)
178. Honorius III (1216-27)
179. Gregory IX (1227-41)
180. Celestine IV (1241)
181. Innocent IV (1243-54)
182. Alexander IV (1254-61)
183. Urban IV (1261-64)
184. Clement IV (1265-68)
185. Blessed Gregory X (1271-76)
186. Blessed Innocent V (1276)
187. Adrian V (1276)
188. John XXI (1276-77)
189. Nicholas III (1277-80)
190. Martin IV (1281-85)
191. Honorius IV (1285-87)
192. Nicholas IV (1288-92)
193. St. Celestine V (1294)
194. Boniface VIII (1294-1303)
195. Blessed Benedict XI (1303-04)
196. Clement V (1305-14)
197. John XXII (1316-34) Opposed by Nicholas V, antipope (1328-1330)
198. Benedict XII (1334-42)
199. Clement VI (1342-52)
200. Innocent VI (1352-62)
201. Blessed Urban V (1362-70)
202. Gregory XI (1370-78)
203. Urban VI (1378-89) Opposed by Robert of Geneva ("Clement VII"), antipope (1378-1394)
204. Boniface IX (1389-1404) Opposed by Robert of Geneva ("Clement VII") (1378-1394), Pedro de Luna ("Benedict XIII") (1394-1417) and Baldassare Cossa ("John XXIII") (1400-1415), antipopes
205. Innocent VII (1404-06) Opposed by Pedro de Luna ("Benedict XIII") (1394-1417) and Baldassare Cossa ("John XXIII") (1400-1415), antipopes
206. Gregory XII (1406-15) Opposed by Pedro de Luna ("Benedict XIII") (1394-1417), Baldassare Cossa ("John XXIII") (1400-1415), and Pietro Philarghi ("Alexander V") (1409-1410), antipopes
207. Martin V (1417-31)
208. Eugene IV (1431-47) Opposed by Amadeus of Savoy ("Felix V"), antipope (1439-1449)
209. Nicholas V (1447-55)
210. Callistus III (1455-58)
211. Pius II (1458-64)
212. Paul II (1464-71)
213. Sixtus IV (1471-84)
214. Innocent VIII (1484-92)
215. Alexander VI (1492-1503)
216. Pius III (1503)
217. Julius II (1503-13)
218. Leo X (1513-21)
219. Adrian VI (1522-23)
220. Clement VII (1523-34)
221. Paul III (1534-49)
222. Julius III (1550-55)
223. Marcellus II (1555)
224. Paul IV (1555-59)
225. Pius IV (1559-65)
226. St. Pius V (1566-72)
227. Gregory XIII (1572-85)
228. Sixtus V (1585-90)
229. Urban VII (1590)
230. Gregory XIV (1590-91)
231. Innocent IX (1591)
232. Clement VIII (1592-1605)
233. Leo XI (1605)
234. Paul V (1605-21)
235. Gregory XV (1621-23)
236. Urban VIII (1623-44)
237. Innocent X (1644-55)
238. Alexander VII (1655-67)
239. Clement IX (1667-69)
240. Clement X (1670-76)
241. Blessed Innocent XI (1676-89)
242. Alexander VIII (1689-91)
243. Innocent XII (1691-1700)
244. Clement XI (1700-21)
245. Innocent XIII (1721-24)
246. Benedict XIII (1724-30)
247. Clement XII (1730-40)
248. Benedict XIV (1740-58)
249. Clement XIII (1758-69)
250. Clement XIV (1769-74)
251. Pius VI (1775-99)
252. Pius VII (1800-23)
253. Leo XII (1823-29)
254. Pius VIII (1829-30)
255. Gregory XVI (1831-46)
256. Blessed Pius IX (1846-78)
257. Leo XIII (1878-1903)
258. St. Pius X (1903-14)
259. Benedict XV (1914-22)
260. Pius XI (1922-39)
261. Pius XII (1939-58)
262. Blessed John XXIII (1958-63)
263. Paul VI (1963-78)
264. John Paul I (1978)
265. John Paul II (1978-2005)
266. Benedict XVI (2005—)

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

AHL Awards

Individual awards

* Les Cunningham Award - Most valuable player (1947–48)
* John B. Sollenberger Trophy - Top point scorer (1947–48)
* Willie Marshall Award - Top goal scorer (2003–04)
* Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award - Rookie of the year (1947–48)
* Eddie Shore Award - Defenceman of the year (1958–59)
* Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award - Best Goaltender (1983–84)
* Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award - Lowest Goals against average (1947–48)
* Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award - Coach of the year (1967–68)
* Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award - Sportsmanship / Perseverance (1977–78)
* Yanick Dupre Memorial Award - Community Service Award (1997–98)
* Jack A. Butterfield Trophy - MVP of the playoffs (1983–84)

Team awards

* Calder Cup - Playoffs champions (1936–37)
* Richard F. Canning Trophy - Eastern Conference playoff champions (1989–90)
* Robert W. Clarke Trophy - Western Conference playoff champions (1989–90)
* Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy - Regular season champions, League (1997–98)
* Frank Mathers Trophy - Regular Season champions, Eastern Conference (1995–96)
* Norman R. "Bud" Poile Trophy - Regular Season champions, Western Conference (2001–02)
* Emile Francis Trophy - Regular Season champions, Atlantic Division (2001–02)
* F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy - Regular Season champions, East Division (1936–37)†
* Sam Pollock Trophy - Regular Season champions, North Division (1995–96)
* John D. Chick Trophy - Regular Season champions, West Division (1961–62)

† Trophy predates American Hockey League, established 1926–27 in the Canadian Professional Hockey League.

Other awards

* James C. Hendy Memorial Award - Executive of the Year (1961–62)
* Thomas Ebright Memorial Award - Outstanding career contributions (1997–98)
* James H. Ellery Memorial Awards - Outstanding media coverage (1964–65)
* Ken McKenzie Award - Marketing Executive of the Year (1978–79)
* Michael Condon Memorial Award - Outstanding service, On-ice official (2001–02)

AHL Hall of Fame

On January 6, 2006, the league announced the first inductees into the AHL's new Hall of Fame: Johnny Bower, Jack Butterfield, Jody Gage, Fred Glover, Willie Marshall, Frank Mathers and Eddie Shore. The founding members were formally inducted, on February 1, 2006.
Year ↓ Name ↓ Position ↓
2006 Bower, Johnny Bower G
2006 Butterfield, Jack Butterfield Admin
2006 Gage, Jody Gage RW
2006 Glover, Fred Glover C
2006 Marshall, Willie Marshall C
2006 Mathers, Frank Mathers D
2006 Shore, Eddie Shore D / Owner
2007 Cook, Bun Cook Coach
2007 Gamble, Dick Gamble LW
2007 Mayer, Gilles Mayer G
2007 Nykoluk, Mike Nykoluk C
2008 Kraftcheck, Steve Kraftcheck D
2008 Price, Noel Price D
2008 Tookey, Tim Tookey C
2009 Anderson (ice hockey), Jim Anderson (ice hockey) F
2009 Boudreau, Bruce Boudreau F
2009 Cunningham, Les Cunningham F
2009 Pieri, Louis Pieri Owner
2010 Kilpatrick, Macgregor Kilpatrick Owner
2010 Paddock, John Paddock Coach
2010 Paille, Marcel Paille G
2010 Sweeney, Bill Sweeney C

American Hockey League Teams

Timeline of teams

* Buffalo Bisons (1936; folded)
* Cleveland Falcons (1936–1937; renamed the Cleveland Barons)
* New Haven Eagles (1936–1943; folded during WWII resurrected 1945)
* Philadelphia Ramblers (1936–1941, renamed Philadelphia Rockets)
* Pittsburgh Hornets (1936–1956; went on hiatus to wait for new arena, returned 1961)
* Providence Reds (1936–1976; renamed Rhode Island Reds)
* Springfield Indians (1936–1942; suspended during WWII; returned 1946)
* Syracuse Stars (1936–1940; became Buffalo Bisons)
* Cleveland Barons (1937–1973; became Jacksonville Barons)
* Hershey Bears (1938-Present)
* Indianapolis Capitals (1939–1952; folded)
* Buffalo Bisons (1940–1970; folded)
* Philadelphia Rockets (1941–1942) folded
* Washington Lions (1941–1943; folded)
* St. Louis Flyers (1944–1953; folded)
* New Haven Eagles (1945–1946, renamed New Haven Ramblers)
* Springfield Indians (1946–1951; became Syracuse Warriors)
* Philadelphia Rockets (1946–1949; folded)
* New Haven Ramblers (1946–1950, renamed New Haven Eagles)
* Washington Lions (1947–1949; became Cincinnati Mohawks)
* Cincinnati Mohawks (1949–1952; transferred to IHL)
* New Haven Eagles (1950–1951, folded)
* Syracuse Warriors (1951–1954; became Springfield Indians)
* Springfield Indians (1954–1967; renamed Springfield Kings)
* Rochester Americans (1956-Present)
* Quebec Aces (1959–1971; became Richmond Robins)
* Pittsburgh Hornets (1961–1967; folded)
* Baltimore Clippers (1962–1976; folded)
* Springfield Kings (1967–1974; renamed Springfield Indians)
* Montreal Voyageurs (1969–1971; became Nova Scotia Voyageurs)
* Nova Scotia Voyageurs (1971–1984; became Sherbrooke Canadiens)
* Boston Braves (1971–1974; suspended, became Moncton Hawks)
* Cincinnati Swords (1971–1974; folded)
* Richmond Robins (1971–1976; folded)
* Tidewater Wings (1971–1972; played in Norfolk; renamed Virginia Wings)
* Virginia Wings (1972–1975; played in Norfolk; became Adirondack Red Wings)
* Jacksonville Barons (1973–1974; folded)
* New Haven Nighthawks (1972–1992; became New Haven Senators)
* Springfield Indians (1974–1994; became Worcester Ice Cats)
* Syracuse Eagles (1974–1975; folded)
* Rhode Island Reds (1976–1977) became Binghamton Dusters)
* Hampton Gulls (1977–1978; folded)
* Binghamton Dusters (1977–1980; renamed Binghamton Whalers)
* Maine Mariners (1977–1992; became Providence Bruins)
* Philadelphia Firebirds (1977–1979; became Syracuse Firebirds)
* New Brunswick Hawks (1978–1982; became Moncton Alpines)
* Adirondack Red Wings (1979–1999; folded)
* Syracuse Firebirds (1979–1980; folded)
* Binghamton Whalers (1980–1990; renamed Binghamton Rangers)
* Erie Blades (1981–1982; merged into Baltimore Skipjacks)
* Fredericton Express (1981–1988; became Halifax Citadels)
* Baltimore Skipjacks (1982–1993; became Portland Pirates)
* Moncton Alpines (1982–1984; renamed Moncton Golden Flames)
* Sherbrooke Jets (1982–1984; folded)
* St. Catharines Saints (1982–1986; became Newmarket Saints)
* Nova Scotia Oilers (1984–1988; became Cape Breton Oilers)
* Sherbrooke Canadiens (1984–1990; became Fredericton Canadiens)
* Moncton Golden Flames (1984–1987; folded)
* Newmarket Saints (1986–1991; became St. John's Maple Leafs)
* Moncton Hawks (1987–1994; folded)
* Utica Devils (1987–1993; became Saint John Flames)
* Cape Breton Oilers (1988–1996; became Hamilton Bulldogs)
* Halifax Citadels (1988–1993; became Cornwall Aces)
* Binghamton Rangers (1990–1997; became Hartford Wolf Pack)
* Capital District Islanders (1990–1993; became Albany River Rats)
* Fredericton Canadiens (1990–1999; became Quebec Citadelles)
* St. John's Maple Leafs (1991–2005; became Toronto Marlies)
* Providence Bruins (1992-Present)
* Hamilton Canucks (1992–1994; became Syracuse Crunch)
* New Haven Senators (1992–1993; became Prince Edward Island Senators)
* Albany River Rats (1993-2010; became Charlotte Checkers)
* Portland Pirates (1993-Present)
* Prince Edward Island Senators (1993–1996; became Binghamton Senators)
* Saint John Flames (1993–2003; became Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights)
* Cornwall Aces (1993–1996; became Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins)
* Springfield Falcons (1994-Present)
* Syracuse Crunch (1994-Present)
* Worcester IceCats (1994–2005; became Peoria Rivermen)
* Baltimore Bandits (1995–1997; became Cincinnati Mighty Ducks)
* Carolina Monarchs (1995–1997; became Beast of New Haven)
* Philadelphia Phantoms (1996-2009; became Adirondack Phantoms)
* Hamilton Bulldogs (1996-Present; merged with Quebec Citadelles 2002–03, demerged creating Toronto Roadrunners 2003–04)
* Kentucky Thoroughblades (1996–2001; became Cleveland Barons)
* Cincinnati Mighty Ducks (1997–2005; became Rockford IceHogs)
* Beast of New Haven (1997–1999; folded)
* Hartford Wolf Pack (1997-Present)
* Lowell Lock Monsters (1998–2006; became Lowell Devils)
* Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (1999-Present)
* Louisville Panthers (1999–2001; became Iowa Stars)
* Quebec Citadelles (1999–2002; merged with Hamilton Bulldogs)
* Norfolk Admirals (2000-Present)
* Bridgeport Sound Tigers (2001-Present)
* Chicago Wolves (2001-Present)
* Grand Rapids Griffins (2001-Present)
* Houston Aeros (2001-Present)
* Manchester Monarchs (2001-Present)
* Manitoba Moose (2001-Present)
* Milwaukee Admirals (2001-Present)
* Cleveland Barons (2001–2006; became Worcester Sharks)
* Utah Grizzlies (2001–2005; became Lake Erie Monsters)
* Binghamton Senators (2002-Present)
* San Antonio Rampage (2002-Present)
* Toronto Roadrunners (2003–2004; became Edmonton Road Runners)
* Edmonton Road Runners (2004–2005; dormant 2005-2010, became Oklahoma City)
* Iowa Stars (2005-2008; became Iowa Chops)
* Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights (2005–2007; became Quad City Flames)
* Peoria Rivermen (2005-Present)
* Toronto Marlies (2005-Present)
* Lowell Devils (2006-Present)
* Worcester Sharks (2006-Present)
* Lake Erie Monsters (2007-Present)
* Quad City Flames (2007-2009; became Abbotsford Heat)
* Rockford IceHogs (2007-Present)
* Iowa Chops (2008-2009; suspended)
* Adirondack Phantoms (2009-Present)
* Texas Stars (2009-Present)
* Abbotsford Heat (2009-Present)
* Charlotte Checkers (begins play 2010-11)
* Oklahoma City (begins play 2010-11)

The American Hockey League

The American Hockey League (AHL) is a 29-team professional ice hockey league based primarily in the United States that serves as the primary developmental circuit for the National Hockey League (NHL). During the 2009-10 season, 29 of the 30 NHL teams have primary affiliation agreements with one of the AHL's active member clubs of which 25 are located in the United States and the remaining four are in Canada. (With no primary AHL affiliate in 2009-10, the Anaheim Ducks' prospects were distributed among a number of AHL clubs.) The league offices are located in Springfield, Massachusetts, and its current president is David Andrews.

The annual playoff champion is awarded the Calder Cup, named for Frank Calder, the first President (1917–1943) of the NHL. The current champions are the Hershey Bears.

2009–10 Teams
Eastern Conference
Division Team Arena City/Area NHL Affiliate Team ECHL/IHL/CHL Affiliate Team(s)
Atlantic Bridgeport Sound Tigers Arena at Harbor Yard Bridgeport, CT New York Islanders Utah Grizzlies/Odessa Jackalopes
Hartford Wolf Pack XL Center Hartford, CT New York Rangers Charlotte Checkers/Mississippi RiverKings
Lowell Devils Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell Lowell, MA New Jersey Devils Trenton Devils
Manchester Monarchs Verizon Wireless Arena Manchester, NH Los Angeles Kings Ontario Reign
Portland Pirates Cumberland County Civic Center Portland, ME Buffalo Sabres vacant
Providence Bruins Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence, RI Boston Bruins Reading Royals
Springfield Falcons MassMutual Center Springfield, MA Edmonton Oilers Stockton Thunder
Worcester Sharks DCU Center Worcester, MA San Jose Sharks Kalamazoo Wings
Adirondack Phantoms Glens Falls Civic Center Glens Falls, NY Philadelphia Flyers Kalamazoo Wings/Quad City Mallards
Albany River Rats Times Union Center Albany, NY Carolina Hurricanes Florida Everblades
Binghamton Senators Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena Binghamton, NY Ottawa Senators Elmira Jackals
Hershey Bears GIANT Center Hershey, PA Washington Capitals South Carolina Stingrays
Norfolk Admirals Norfolk Scope Norfolk, VA Tampa Bay Lightning Colorado Eagles
Syracuse Crunch War Memorial at Oncenter Syracuse, NY Columbus Blue Jackets Johnstown Chiefs
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza Wilkes-Barre, PA Pittsburgh Penguins Wheeling Nailers
Western Conference
Division Team Arena City/Area NHL Affiliate Team ECHL/IHL/CHL Affiliate Team(s)
North Abbotsford Heat Abbotsford Entertainment & Sports Centre Abbotsford, BC Calgary Flames Utah Grizzlies
Grand Rapids Griffins Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, MI Detroit Red Wings Toledo Walleye
Hamilton Bulldogs Copps Coliseum Hamilton, ON Montreal Canadiens Cincinnati Cyclones
Lake Erie Monsters Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, OH Colorado Avalanche Charlotte Checkers
Manitoba Moose MTS Centre Winnipeg, MB Vancouver Canucks Victoria Salmon Kings
Rochester Americans Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial Rochester, NY Florida Panthers Florida Everblades
Toronto Marlies Ricoh Coliseum Toronto, ON Toronto Maple Leafs Reading Royals
West Chicago Wolves Allstate Arena Rosemont, IL Atlanta Thrashers Gwinnett Gladiators
Houston Aeros Toyota Center Houston, TX Minnesota Wild Johnstown Chiefs
Milwaukee Admirals Bradley Center Milwaukee, WI Nashville Predators Cincinnati Cyclones
Peoria Rivermen Carver Arena Peoria, IL St. Louis Blues Alaska Aces
Rockford IceHogs Rockford MetroCentre Rockford, IL Chicago Blackhawks Toledo Walleye
San Antonio Rampage AT&T Center San Antonio, TX Phoenix Coyotes/Anaheim Ducks Las Vegas Wranglers
Texas Stars Cedar Park Center Cedar Park, TX Dallas Stars Idaho Steelheads/Allen Americans
Future teams
Future Teams
Year Team Arena City/Area NHL Affiliate Team ECHL/IHL/CHL Affiliate Team(s)
2010-11 Charlotte Checkers[2] Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte, NC Carolina Hurricanes TBD
Oklahoma City[3] Cox Convention Center Oklahoma City, OK Edmonton Oilers TBD