Fresno Falcons

The Fresno Falcons are a defunct minor league hockey team. They were once members of the ECHL (formerly East Coast Hockey League). They were located in Fresno, California.

Read more about Fresno Falcons:  Early History, Playing in The PSHL, Joining The WCHL/merging With The ECHL, Arenas, Financial Troubles and Franchise's End, Season-by-season Record, Logos, Championships

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Pacific Southwest Hockey League - 1980-1994 - Changes and Uncertainty
1990 saw several noted Fresno Falcons players leave the team and join an upstart Cal-Nev Senior Hockey League team known as the Fresno Aces ... The Aces played two seasons in Fresno's Icelandia ice rink before folding ... players, Bob Barlow, would return to the Falcons ...
Glen Gulutzan - Career Statistics - Playing Career
... Huskies CWUAA 12 ... - - - - - 1996–97 Fresno Falcons WCHL 8. 1996–97 Utah Grizzlies IHL 2 ... — — — — — 1996–97 ...
2006 NFL Draft - Player Selections
... New England Patriots Jackson, ChadChad Jackson WR Florida SEC 37 ... Atlanta Falcons Williams, Jimmy F.Jimmy F ... Miami (FL) ACC 58 ... Carolina Panthers Marshall, RichardRichard Marshall CB Fresno State WAC 59 ... Tampa Bay Buccaneers Trueblood, JeremyJeremy Trueblood OT ... Pac-10 78 ... Cleveland Browns Wilson, TravisTravis Wilson WR Oklahoma Big 79 ... Atlanta Falcons Norwood, JeriousJerious Norwood RB Mississippi ...
Fresno Falcons - Championships
... Checkers Chesapeake Icebreakers Chicago Express Columbus Cottonmouths Dayton Bombers Erie Panthers Fresno Falcons Greensboro Generals Greensboro Monarchs Greenville Grrrowl Hampton Roads Admirals ... II) WAC CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners Mountain West Fresno State Bulldogs Pacific West Fresno Pacific Sunbirds WCC Pacific Tigers Big Sky Sacramento State Hornets Big West UC Davis ...

Famous quotes containing the word falcons:

    Thus piteously Love closed what he begat:
    The union of this ever-diverse pair!
    These two were rapid falcons in a snare,
    Condemned to do the flitting of the bat.
    George Meredith (1828–1909)