Columbus Chill

The Columbus Chill was a professional ice hockey team that played in the East Coast Hockey League from October 1991 through the 1998-99 season. They played at the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum in Columbus, Ohio. The Chill left Columbus in 1999 and relocated to Reading, Pennsylvania. The Columbus Chill are now known as the Reading Royals.

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Reading Royals - Franchise History - Columbus Chill and Kings Era
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... Beau Bilek - games played (266) Keith Morris - goals (104) Derek Clancey - assists (218), points (313) Barry Dreger - PIM (663) Matt Oates - tied for most power-play goals in a game (4 goals in 1996 at Erie) Jason "the Smurf" Christie Phil Crowe *NHL Trent Kaese *NHL - 3rd most consecutive three-or-more goal games (1992 vs ... Toledo, Dayton and Knoxville) Rob Schriner Barry Dreger Blair Atcheynum *NHL Jeff Salajko - tied for most saves by a goaltender, period (30 in 1997 vs ...

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