There are 30 AHL member clubs, affiliated with 30 NHL teams. Here we take a look, a snapshot if you will, at those cities and teams that makeup the American Hockey League. Let’s take a look at the San Antonio Rampage.
Since 2002, the city of San Antonio has been home to the Rampage. In that time the Rampage have a franchise record of 343-369-19-29-36. San Antonio has three 40-win seasons in its history. Last season, the Rampage once again affiliated with the Florida Panthers. San Antonio had been affiliated with the Panthers from 2002-2005. From 2005-2011, the Rampage were affiliated with the Phoenix Coyotes. Before the Panthers moved their prospects back to San Antonio, they were housed in Rochester.
The 2011-12 season marked the first time in franchise history, that the Rampage advanced to the second round of the Calder Cup Playoffs.
Name: San Antonio Rampage
NHL Parent Club: Florida Panthers
2011-12 Record: 41-30-3-2 (87 points), third place in West Division. Defeated Chicago in first round, lost to Oklahoma City in the second round.
Coach: Chuck Weber
Notable Alumni: David Aebischer, Alex Auld, Eric Beaudoin, Matt Beleskey, Brendan Bell, Drake Berehowsky, Stu Bickel, Mathieu Biron, Brian Boucher, Jay Bouwmeester, Scott Clemmensen, Evgeny Dadonov, Joe DiSalvatore, Chris Durno, Andrew Ebbett, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Lee Goren, Bryan Helmer, Ryan Hollweg, Kent Huskins, Lukas Krajicek, Yanick Lehoux, Jacob Markstrom, Chris Mason, Jonathan Matsumoto, Stephane Matteau, Al Montoya, Matt Murley, Filip Novak, Alexandre Picard, Petr Prucha, Pascal Rheaume, Randy Robitaille, Joey Tenute, Jeff Toms, Kyle Turris, Layne Ulmer, Mike Van Ryn, Stephen Weiss, Daniel Winnik, Keith Yandle,
Calder Cup(s): 0
Arena: AT&T Center. Capacity, 13,800
Team colors: Black, silver and white
Top Rival: Houston Aeros