Boardwalk Bullies

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  • Mougenel's final season of professional hockey came with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies.
  • Despite the success on ice, the Boardwalk Bullies were sold to the current ownership group after low attendance in Atlantic City.
  • Mougenel played six seasons of professional ice hockey, including winning the 2003 Kelly Cup as a member of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies.
  • The Boardwalk Bullies played for four seasons, the 2001-2002 season through the 2004-2005 season, before being moved to another city.
  • Despite winning a division crown and making playoff appearances in all of their four seasons in New Jersey, including the 2003 Kelly Cup championship, the Boardwalk Bullies were unable to maintain a large average attendance.
  • Following the completion of the 2000-2001 season, the franchise moved to Atlantic City, New Jersey to become the short-lived Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies.
  • The Boardwalk Bullies would find success quickly in the ECHL, reaching the Conference Finals during the 2002 Kelly Cup playoffs and winning the Northeast Division title the following season.
  • Thomas remained under Whitehead for one year before heading to the professional ranks, serving as an assistant for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies for two seasons before being promoted to head coach/Director of Hockey Operations for the 2004-05 season.
  • Furey turned pro in 2001 and spent the next three seasons dividing his time between the ECHL's Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies and the AHL's Philadelphia Phantoms.
  • Trenton finished second in their division and after defeating the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies in three games, the Reading Royals in four games, and the Alaska Aces in seven games, the Titans defeated the Florida Everblades in six games to win the Kelly Cup.
  • Domish started his professional career in 2000 playing for the University of Massachusetts Lowell ice hockey team in the NCAA before moving to the East Coast Hockey League for the 2003-04 season with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies.
  • Undrafted by the NHL, Hubbauer spent a year at the University of Manitoba before turning pro with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies in 2003-04.
  • He then played the 2002-03 season in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with the Drayton Valley Thunder before making his professional debut in the ECHL with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies near the end of their 2002-03 season.
  • He had previously worked with Haviland, when Mougenel was alternate captain on and Haviland was head coach of the ECHL's Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies in 2002-03, the year the team won the Kelly Cup.
  • Following his senior year in 2002-03, and unsigned from the Avalanche, Fahey made his professional debut in the 2003-04 season primarily in the ECHL with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies.
  • French also coached in the ECHL with the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies during the 2004-05 season, walking the bench as assistant coach as the Bullies posted a 42-21-9 record.
  • The Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies were relocated to Stockton following the 2004-05 season and the franchise was renamed the Stockton Thunder in May 2005 after Thunder beat out Brawlers, Fog, Skate, Spears and Stallions in a name the team contest.

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