Florida Everblades

The Florida Everblades are a professional minor league ice hockey team based in Estero, Florida, in the Cape Coral-Fort Myers metropolitan area. They play in the ECHL and are affiliated with the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League (NHL) and the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League (AHL) starting in the 2022–23 ECHL season. Their home games are played at Hertz Arena.

Florida Everblades
Florida Everblades Logo.svg
CityEstero, Florida
LeagueECHL
ConferenceEastern
DivisionSouth
Founded1998
Home arenaHertz Arena
ColorsGreen, white, and navy blue
     
Owner(s)David Hoffmann
General managerCraig Brush
Head coachBrad Ralph
Affiliate(s)Florida Panthers (NHL)
Charlotte Checkers (AHL)
Franchise history
1998–presentFlorida Everblades
Championships
Regular season titles4 (1999–00, 2008–09, 2017–18, 2020–21)
Division titles8 (1999–00, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2014–15, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2021–22)
Conference titles5 (2003–04, 2004–05, 2011–12, 2017–18, 2021–22)
Kelly Cups2 (2011–12, 2021–22)
Current season

The Everblades were founded in 1998. They play in the South Division of the Eastern Conference in the ECHL. They have failed to qualify for the playoffs just once in team history (2013–14) and have made five appearances in the Kelly Cup finals, winning in 2012 and 2022.[1]

HistoryEdit

 
Swampee, the mascot of the Florida Everblades

The team was founded in 1998 by Craig Brush, Peter Karmanos Jr., and Thomas Thewes and was named based on the Florida Everglades. The Everblades' logo features a gator-head design fused in the form of an ice skate. Barnstorm Creative Group, a Vancouver graphic design company, designed the logo. Barnstorm was contacted by Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr., who came up with the idea of choosing the Everblades' colors as blue and green, in tribute to the Hartford Whalers team that Karmanos moved to Raleigh, North Carolina. The Everblades' inaugural home opener featured a pre-game ceremony in which a large alligator was brought onto the ice to pay tribute to the team's name and logo, as well as Florida's vast population of reptile species. The Everblades won their first Kelly Cup on May 23, 2012, against the Las Vegas Wranglers.[2] Brandon MacLean scored the championship-winning-goal in overtime during game five.[3] Everblades goaltender, John Muse, was named the most valuable player of the 2012 Kelly Cup playoffs.[4]

2004 American Conference finalsEdit

In game five of the 2004 American Conference finals, the Everblades faced the Reading Royals in the final game of an epic series. Florida won the first two games at home, but Reading evened the series at home, the next two of the best-of-five series. In game five, the score was tied at the end of regulation, 2–2, so the game was sent to overtime. John McNabb of the Everblades scored on a breakaway to defeat the Royals in front of a record crowd of 7,080 fans at Hertz Arena.[citation needed]

2005 playoff brawlEdit

One famous event that stands out among Blades' fans was during the 2005 ECHL playoffs. With the Everblades hosting the Greenville Grrrowl on April 22, 2005, for the first game of the American Conference semifinals, the teams engaged in a third-period line brawl that would see both teams combine for 197 minutes in penalties.

The brawl stemmed from previous incidents throughout the game. Prior to the brawl, Everblades forward Greg Hornby checked Greenville's Vladimir Gusev hard into the boards behind the net, causing Gusev to leave the game injured. As a result, the pace of the game, as well as checking, would pick up.

With the Blades up 4–1 with under six minutes to play in the third period, Greenville pest Krys Barch screened the net during a Greenville shooting attempt. Everblades defenceman Tim O'Connell checked Barch from behind numerous times, hoping to clear him from in front of the net. Barch, having been fed up with being pressured, turned around, attempting to sucker-punch O'Connell. Instead, O'Connell quickly skated away from the crease before Barch turned around. Barch ended up punching Everblades goalie Tyler MacKay. O'Connell then jumped on top of Barch, and all the players on the ice dropped the gloves for a wild line brawl that saw Florida goalie MacKay and others getting ejected for fighting.

After the mayhem, Craig Kowalski took MacKay's place as netminder. Shortly thereafter, the Everblades' Simon Tremblay fought Greenville's Adam Nightingale as the last fight of the evening. The Everblades went on to win the game, 4–1, and eventually to sweep the series, three games to none. Barch was assessed a one-game suspension for his role in the brawl.[5]

Game two featured no fights and the Everblades won in overtime, 3–2.

2012 Kelly Cup FinalsEdit

 
The Everblades celebrate their victory in game five of the Kelly Cup Finals on May 23, 2012.

Florida won the 2012 Kelly Cup playoffs with a 4–1 victory at home in front of a standing-room-only crowd of 7,290.[6] The first period saw Las Vegas Wranglers goalie Joe Fallon beaten by Justin Shugg and Mike Ratchuk, but Las Vegas edged back to even the score by the third, with Ash Goldie and Peter MacArthur beating John Muse to force the overtime.[7] At 4:54 into the overtime, after Ryan Donald passed to Matt Beca, who in turn sent the puck to Brandon MacLean, who beat Fallon and secured the victory.[8]

The win earned Florida the 2012 Kelly Cup and secured a perfect home record of 11–0 in the postseason (two victories over Greenville and three each over Elmira, Kalamazoo, and Las Vegas). Additionally, John Muse earned the Kelly Cup Finals MVP award.

In April 2013, owner Peter Karmanos, Jr. announced he would be selling the team along with Germain Arena to "simplify things" in his life, as he had just retired from the company he founded, Compuware.[9] The team was made for sale and was being shopped by Park Lane, a sports investment-banking firm that specializes in the sale of sports teams.[10] Since that time, no formal announcements have taken place on the progression of the sale. In 2018, Karmanos gave up majority control of the Hurricanes to new majority owner Thomas Dundon. After the 2018–19 season, the Everblades dropped the Hurricanes affiliation for the first time and partnered with the Nashville Predators.[11] It was then announced on August 5, 2019, that Karmanos had sold both the team and arena to David Hoffmann, a Naples, Florida, resident and real estate investor.[12]

LogosEdit

Through the Everblades' history, they have had four anniversary logos: the fifth anniversary logo in 2002–03, the 10th anniversary logo in 2007–08, the 15th anniversary logo in 2012–13, and the 20th anniversary logo in the 2017–18 season.

Season-by-season recordEdit

Season Conference Division Regular season Postseason
Finish GP W L OTL SOL Pts Pct GF GA Head coach GP W L Result
1998–99 Southern Southeast 2nd 70 45 20 0 5 95 0.679 253 180 Bob Ferguson 6 3 3 Won conference quarterfinal 3–0 vs. Birmingham
Lost conference semifinal 0–3 vs. Mississippi
1999–00 Southern Southeast 1st 70 53 15 0 2 108 0.771 277 181 Bob Ferguson 5 2 3 Lost conference quarterfinal 2–3 vs. Augusta
2000–01 Southern Southeast 2nd 72 38 26 0 8 84 0.583 236 242 Bob Ferguson 5 2 3 Lost conference quarterfinal 2–3 vs. Pee Dee
2001–02 Southern Southeast 5th 72 37 27 0 8 82 0.569 207 221 Gerry Fleming 6 3 3 Won division wildcard 1–0 vs. South Carolina
Lost conference quarterfinal 2–3 vs. Greenville
2002–03 Southern Southeast 4th 72 35 23 0 14 84 0.583 239 243 Gerry Fleming 1 0 1 Lost division wildcard 0–1 vs. Greenville
2003–04 Eastern Southern 3rd 72 37 25 0 10 84 0.583 239 221 Gerry Fleming 18 10 8 Won division semifinal 3–2 vs. Roanoke
Won Division Finals 3–0 vs. South Carolina
Won conference final 3–2 vs. Reading
Lost Kelly Cup final 1–4 vs. Idaho
2004–05 American South 2nd 72 42 20 4 6 94 0.653 237 192 Gerry Fleming 19 12 7 Won conference quarterfinal 3–1 vs. South Carolina
Won in Conference Semifinals 3–0 vs. Greenville
Won conference final 4–2 vs. Charlotte
Lost Kelly Cup final 2–4 vs. Trenton
2005–06 American South 2nd 72 48 20 3 1 100 0.694 267 208 Gerry Fleming 8 4 4 Won division semifinal 3–1 vs. Greenville
Lost division final 1–3 vs. Gwinnett
2006–07 American South 1st 72 44 22 4 2 94 0.653 272 212 Gerry Fleming 16 10 6 Won division semifinal 3–0 vs. Charlotte
Won division final 4–2 vs. Texas
Lost conference final 3–4 vs. Dayton
2007–08 American South 4th 72 39 25 4 4 86 0.597 230 198 Gerry Fleming 3 0 3 Lost division quarterfinal 0–3 vs. Columbia
2008–091 American South 1st 71 49 17 2 3 103 0.725 269 187 Malcolm Cameron 11 6 5 Won division semifinal 4–1 vs. Gwinnett
Lost division final 2–4 vs. South Carolina
2009–10 American South 3rd 72 38 25 4 5 85 0.590 234 221 Malcolm Cameron 9 3 6 Won conference quarterfinal 3–2 vs. Elmira
Lost conference semifinal 0–4 vs. Reading
2010–11 Eastern South 3rd 72 37 30 1 4 79 0.549 236 222 Greg Poss 4 1 3 Lost conference quarterfinal 1–3 vs. Kalamazoo
2011–12 Eastern South 3rd 72 39 26 2 5 85 0.590 260 218 Greg Poss 18 15 3 Won conference quarterfinal 3–0 vs. Greenville
Won conference semifinal 4–1 vs. Elmira
Won conference final 4–1 vs. Kalamazoo
Won Kelly Cup final 4–1 vs. Las Vegas
2012–13 Eastern South 2nd 72 39 22 4 7 89 0.618 260 241 Greg Poss 13 7 6 Won conference quarterfinal 4–2 vs. Elmira
Lost conference semifinal 3–4 vs. Reading
2013–14 Eastern South 4th 72 37 27 3 5 82 0.569 240 222 Greg Poss Did not qualify for 2014 Kelly Cup playoffs
2014–15 Eastern East 1st 72 49 16 2 5 105 0.729 267 208 Greg Poss 12 6 6 Won division semifinals 4–2 vs. Orlando
Lost division final 2–4 vs. South Carolina
2015–16 Eastern South 2nd 72 46 23 1 2 95 .660 226 175 Greg Poss 6 2 4 Lost conference quarterfinals 2–4 vs. Wheeling
2016–17 Eastern South 1st 72 46 21 2 3 97 .674 275 219 Brad Ralph 12 5 7 Won division semifinals 4–3 vs. Orlando
Lost division finals 1–4 vs. South Carolina
2017–18 Eastern South 1st 72 53 13 2 4 112 .778 261 171 Brad Ralph 21 15 6 Won division semifinals 4–0 vs. Atlanta
Won division finals 4–1 vs. Orlando
Won conference finals 4–1 vs. Adirondack
Lost Kelly Cup finals 3–4 vs. Colorado
2018–19 Eastern South 1st 72 50 16 5 1 106 .736 276 181 Brad Ralph 16 9 7 Won division semifinals 4–2 vs. Jacksonville
Won division finals 4–1 vs. Orlando
Lost conference finals 1–4 vs. Newfoundland
2019–202 Eastern South 62 43 13 4 2 92 .742 227 156 Brad Ralph Season cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2020–21 Eastern 1st 69 42 19 5 3 92 .667 233 193 Brad Ralph 5 2 3 Lost conference semifinals 2–3 vs. South Carolina
2021–22 Eastern South 1st 72 42 20 6 4 94 .653 243 187 Brad Ralph 20 16 4 Won division semifinals 4–2 vs. Greenville
Won division finals 4–0 vs. Jacksonville
Won conference finals 4–1 vs. Newfoundland
Won Kelly Cup Finals 4–1 vs. Toledo
Totals 1710 1028 511 58 113 0.651 5964 4899 214 117 97 22

Playoff Appearances

1 The 2008–09 team played 71 games because of scheduling changes caused by the Augusta Lynx and Fresno Falcons ceasing operations mid-season. Four of the five teams (Florida, Charlotte, South Carolina, Mississippi) played 71 games, with Gwinnett playing 72.

2 The 2019–20 ECHL season was suspended on March 12, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the rest of the season was cancelled on March 14, 2020.

Individual and Team HonorsEdit

1998–99: John Brophy Award (Bob Ferguson)[13][14]

1999–00: Brabham Cup[15]
John Brophy Award (Bob Ferguson)[13][14]
Plus Performer Award (Andy MacIntyre)[16][17]

2000–01: Executive of the Year (Craig Brush)[18]

2003–04: Gingher Memorial Trophy[19]

2004–05: Gingher Memorial Trophy[19]
Reebok Goaltender of the Year (Chris Madden)[20]

2005–06: Sportsmanship Award (Steve Saviano)[21][22]
Reebok Equipment Manager of the Year (John Jennings)[23]

2008–09: Brabham Cup[15]
CCM U+ Most Valuable Player (Kevin Baker)[24]
Leading Scorer (Kevin Baker)[25]

2011–12: Gingher Memorial Trophy[26]
Kelly Cup[3]
Kelly Cup Playoff's Most Valuable Player (John Muse)[27]

2012–13: Leading Scorer (Mathieu Roy)

2015–16: ECHL CCM Rookie of the Year (Matt Willows)
ECHL Community Service Award (Rob Florentino)

2017–18: Brabham Cup
Gingher Memorial Trophy
John Brophy Award (Brad Ralph)

2020–21: Brabham Cup
Goaltender of the Year (Jake Hildebrand)[28]
Plus Performer Award (John McCarron)

2021–22: Gingher Memorial Trophy
Kelly Cup
Kelly Cup Playoff's Most Valuable Player (Cam Johnson)

PlayersEdit

Current rosterEdit

Updated November 20, 2022.[29]
Team roster
No. Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
17   Robert Calisti D L 21 2022 Toronto, Ontario Checkers
19   Robert Carpenter LW R 26 2021 North Reading, Massachusetts Everblades
20   Oliver Chau C L 25 2022 Oakville, Ontario Everblades
18   Xavier Cormier C L 21 2022 Pont-Rouge, Quebec Checkers
7   Austin Crossley D L 23 2022 Fort St. John, British Columbia Everblades
11   Cameron Darcy C R 28 2022 South Boston, Massachusetts Everblades
30   Evan Fitzpatrick G L 24 2022 St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador Checkers
37   Dominic Franco RW R 26 2022 Scituate, Rhode Island Checkers
4   Brandon Hickey D L 26 2021 Leduc, Alberta Everblades
33   Cam Johnson G L 28 2019 Troy, Michigan Checkers
49   Lukas Kaelble D L 25 2022 Mannheim, Germany Checkers
27   Nolan Kneen D R 23 2022 Kelowna, British Columbia Everblades
40   Levko Koper LW L 32 2019 Edmonton, Alberta Everblades
23   Stefan LeBlanc D L 26 2020 Oakville, Ontario Everblades
3   Ben Masella (A) D R 29 2018 Montreal, Quebec Everblades
26   Kody McDonald RW R 24 2021 Lethbridge, Alberta Everblades
2   Cole Moberg D R 22 2022 North Vancouver, British Columbia Everblades
29   Cam Morrison LW L 24 2022 Aurora, Ontario Checkers
24   Kyle Neuber RW R 33 2019 Sarnia, Ontario Everblades
13   Michael Neville LW L 29 2018 White Rock, British Columbia Everblades
22   Joe Pendenza (A) C L 32 2019 Wilmington, Massachusetts Everblades
36   Kobe Roth F L 25 2022 Mason City, Iowa Everblades
21   Nathan Staios D L 21 2022 Atlanta, Georgia Panthers
41   Blake Winiecki C L 28 2018 Lakeville, Minnesota Everblades

Retired numbersEdit

Florida Everblades retired numbers
No. Player Position Career No. retirement
9 Ernie Hartlieb LW 2004–2011 October 19, 2012
10 Reggie Berg C 1999–2007 October 19, 2007
14 Tom Buckley C 1999–2004 October 19, 2007

Berg and Buckley's numbers were retired during a pre-game ceremony on October 19, 2007, as the Everblades hosted the Mississippi Sea Wolves, in what would be the Sea Wolves' first official regular season game after being placed on a two-year hiatus due to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Banners made with their jersey numbers were hung to the rafters of Germain Arena.

Hartlieb's number was retired in a ceremony before a game against the Orlando Solar Bears on October 19, 2012. Hartlieb was presented with an ECHL Championship ring (he filled in on with the team in the 2011-12 regular season, but did not appear in the playoffs), and hoisted the Kelly Cup. A banner made with his number was hung to the rafters of Germain Arena next to Berg and Buckley's.[30]

Notable playersEdit

Florida Everblades alumni that advanced to play in the NHL after playing for the club:

 
Jared Staal warming up during the 2010–11 season.

Florida Everblades that played in the NHL before playing with the team:

Franchise records and leadersEdit

All-time franchise record holdersEdit

 
Mathieu Roy of the Everblades and Ryan Murphy of the Charlotte Checkers await a faceoff during a game on March 9, 2009. Roy is wearing the alternate green uniform of the Everblades.

Individual records and streaksEdit

Individual records

  • Most goals - game: 4 (5 times, last by John McCarron, Dec. 3, 2016 vs. Orlando)
  • Most assists - game: 4 (12 times, last by Brandon Fortunato, Dec. 18, 2019 vs. Atlanta)
  • Most points - game: 6 (twice, both by Jacob Micflikier, last on Nov. 5, 2009 at Charlotte)
  • Most shots - game: 12 (3 times, last by Kevin Baker, Jan. 13, 2009 at Charlotte)
  • Most penalty minutes - game: 37 (Kyle Kos Mar. 22, 2003 at South Carolina)
  • Most saves - game: 58 (Rob Zepp, Dec. 27, 2003 at Gwinnett)
  • Most saves - period: 25 (twice, last by Rob Zepp, Dec. 27, 2003 at Gwinnett (1st))

Individual streaks

  • Consecutive game goal scoring streak: 9 (Keith Anderson 10/18/03 – 11/8/03 and Brendan O'Donnell 3/25/16 – 04/09/16)
  • Consecutive game assist streak: 10 (Daniel Sisca (12/9/05 - 12/28/05))
  • Consecutive game point streak: 16 (Tom Buckley (10/26/01 - 12/7/01))
  • Consecutive games started streak: 15 (twice, last by Craig Kowalski (2/10/07 - 3/10/07))[clarification needed]
  • Longest winning streak: 9 (Tyler MacKay (2/25/05 - 3/19/05))
  • Longest unbeaten streak: 11 (Tyler MacKay (2/19/05 - 3/19/05) (9-0-2))
  • Longest shutout streak: 163:43 (Randy Petruk (11/3/01 - 12/14/01))[32]

ECHL Hall of FameEdit

Former Florida Everblades goalie Marc Magliarditi was inducted into the ECHL's Hall of Fame on January 23, 2013.[33] Magliarditi played for the Everblades from 1998 through 2001.[34]

Florida Everblades President and General Manager Craig Brush was inducted into the ECHL Hall of Fame on February 5, 2016. Brush has served as the team's President and General Manager since the team's inception in 1998 and he oversees all aspects of both the hockey club and the sports complex. Brush also served as the Chairman of the ECHL Board of Governors for three seasons from 2003 through 2006.

Awards and trophiesEdit

E.A. Gingher Memorial TrophyEdit

The Everblades have won the E.A. Gingher Memorial Trophy five times, in 2004, 2005, 2012, 2018 and 2022. In 2004, the trophy was given to the champion of the Eastern Conference; the Everblades beat the Reading Royals 3–2 to win the conference but lost the Kelly Cup to the Idaho Steelheads. In 2005, the Gingher trophy was given to the American Conference champion. The Everblades beat the Charlotte Checkers 4–2 to win the conference before losing to the Trenton Titans in the Cup finals. In 2012, the Everblades won the Gingher Memorial Trophy by defeating the Kalamazoo Wings 4–1 in the Eastern Conference finals and went on to win the Kelly Cup over the Las Vegas Wranglers. In 2018, the Everblades went 12–2 through three rounds of conference playoffs and won the Gingher Memorial Trophy before losing the Kelly Cup in seven games to the Colorado Eagles. In 2022, the Everblades went 12–3 through three rounds of conference playoffs and won the Gingher Memorial Trophy by defeating the Newfoundland Growlers 4–1 in the Eastern Conference finals and went on to win the Kelly Cup in five games against the Toledo Walleye.

Brabham CupEdit

In the 1999–00, 2008–09, 2017–18, and 2020–21 seasons, the Everblades won the Brabham Cup, a trophy given to the team that has the best regular season record in the league. The Everblades took the trophy with 108 points in 1999–2000 and 112 points in 2017–18.[35] The 2008–09 and 2020–21 trophies were awarded to the team with the best points percentage due to imbalanced schedules, where the Everblades had 0.725 and 0.667 winning percentages, respectively.

Kelly CupEdit

The Florida Everblades won the Kelly Cup in 2012 taking the series 4 games to 1 over the Las Vegas Wranglers.[36] A decade later, they won the Cup in 2022 in another five game series, defeating the Toledo Walleye 4 games to 1.[37]

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1999–2000
2011–12
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