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TEAM RECORDS

Most Points, Season
90 (1995-96)

Fewest Points, Season
29 (1992-93)

Most Wins, Season
42 (1995-96)

Fewest Wins, Season
14 (1992-93)

Most Losses, Season
49 (1992-93)

Fewest Losses, Season
18 (1989-90)

Most Goals Scored, Season
283 (1995-96)

Fewest Goals Against, Season
219 (2000-01)

Most Penalty Minutes, Season
2,053 (1991-92)

Longest Winning Streak
8 (2/2/95 - 2/15/95; 3/13/97 -3/29/97)

Longest Winless Streak
13 -- Macon -- (2/16/02 - 03/20/02)

Longest Home Winning Streak
13 (10/18/97 - 12/7/97)

Longest Road Winning Streak
6 (2/2/95 - 2/28/95)

Longest Home Winless Streak
7 (10/19/94 - 11/12/94)

Longest Road Winless Streak
11 (11/14/97 - 12/28/97)

Single-Game Attendance Record
11,240 (vs. Pensacola, 3/11/97)

Single-Season Attendance Record
222,843 (1996-97)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

PLAYERS

Most Points, Season
101 (Mark Woolf, 1991-92)

Most Points, Game
6 (several players)

Most Goals, Season
50 (Mark Woolf, 1991-92)

Most Goals, Game
5 (Ken House vs Columbus, 1/7/94)

Most Assists, Season
65 (Scott Burfoot, 1993-94)

Most Assists, Game
5 (several players)

Most Penalty Minutes, Season
358 (Louis Bedard, 1996-97)

Most Penalty Minutes, Game
58 (Kevin Malgunas vs. Louisiana, 12/3/96)

GOALTENDERS

Most Appearances, Season
59 (Mark Richards, 1994-95)

Most Minutes Played, Season
3,369:10 (Mark Richards, 1994-95)

Most Wins, Season
31 (Mark Richards, 1994-95)

Most Regulation Losses, Season
27 (Todd Chin, 1992-93)

Most Overtime Losses, Season
7 (Mark Richards, 1994-95)

Most Shots, Season
1,743 (Bill Horn, 1990-91)

Most Saves, Season
1,525 (Mark Richards, 1994-95)

Most Shutouts, Season
4 (Mike Jones, 1991-92; Sonny Mignacca, 1996-97)

Lowest GAA, Season
2.65 (Alex Fomitchev, 2000-01)

Best Save Percentage
.917 (Alex Fomitchev, 2000-01)

ALL-TIME HOME/ROAD RECORDS

HOMEAWAY
Regular SeasonPlayoffsRegular SeasonPlayoffs
YEARWLTPCTWLPCTWLTPCTWLPCT
1988-8911145.45000.00011163.41700.000
1989-901992.66711.5001794.63302.000
1990-9116106.59400.0009221.29700.000
1991-9215143.516301.0006224.25004.000
1992-9312200.37500.0002291.07800.000
1993-9411185.397101.0009214.32402.000
1994-9516126.55942.66721121.63243.571
1995-962672.77142.66716154.51433.500
1996-972663.78602.00013175.44301.000
1997-9817180.48600.0007262.22900.000
1998-9914156.48600.00013193.41400.000
1999-0018143.55700.00013193.41400.000
2000-0122104.66600.00016173.48600.000

ALL-TIME RECORD VS. OTHER CLUBS

OpponentRegular
Season
PlayoffsOpponentRegular
Season
Playoffs
Arkansas
3-0-0
Louisiana
10-21-2
0-0
Atlantic City
(Birmingham)
33-25-7
4-3
Mississippi
11-13-3
0-0
Augusta
18-2-3
3-1
Mobile
24-13-3
0-0
Baton Rouge
26-28-7
0-0
New Orleans
6-11-1
0-0
Charlotte
9-9-2
1-3
Pee Dee
39-41-9
0-0
Cincinatti
(Miami)
2-5-1
0-0
Pensacola
36-29-10
0-3
Columbia
0-0-0
0-0
Peoria
1-1-0
0-0
Columbus
(Hampton Roads)
11-25-4
3-1
Reading
0-4-3
0-0
Dayton
1-6-0
0-0
Richmond
6-18-2
2-3
Florida
11-9-2
0-0
Roanoke
7-1-0
0-0
Greensboro
1-0-0
0-0
South Carolina
15-20-3
0-0
Greenville
4-8-2
0-0
Toledo
3-4-0
0-0
Jackson
3-2-1
0-0
Trenton
1-0-0
0-0
Johnstown
21-21-3
0-0
Wheeling
21-19-6
3-1

TIGER SHARKS TOP 20 ALL-TIME HOME CROWDS

1. 11,240 vs Pensacola (3/11/97) L 5-6
2. 10,207 vs Louisiana (3/22/96) W 6-3
3. 10,109 vs Nashville (10/13/95) L 1-5
4. 10,023 vs South Carolina (1/27/95) L 1-3
5. 9,987 vs South Carolina (1/28/95) L 2-3
6. 9,679 vs Knoxville (3/21/97) W 9-2
7. 9,354 vs Mobile (1/20/96) SOW 7-6
8. 9,310 vs Raleigh (2/17/95) L 2-4
9. 9,123 vs Birmingham (1/7/95) W 5-3
10. 9,066 vs South Carolina (2/24/96) W 7-4
11. 9,034 vs Baton Rouge (1/18/97) W 5-0
12. 9,018 vs South Carolina (3/21/95) SOL 3-4
13. 9,012 vs Baton Rouge (1/18/97) W 5-0
14. 8,839 vs Birmingham (2/24/95) . W 4-1
15. 8,126 vs Nashville (1/13/96) SOW 5-4
16. 8,097 vs Knoxville (3/16/96) L 5-6
17. 8,055 vs South Carolina (2/23/96) W 5-0
18. 8,008 vs Birmingham (1/12/97) SOW 5-4
19. 7,934 vs Roanoke (2/22/97) W 3-2
20. 7,927 vs Knoxville (2/10/95) W 4-3

Tiger Sharks overall record with crowd of over 8,000 is (11-6-1)

PLAYOFF HISTORY

YEARROUNDOPPONENTRESULTGFGA
1989-90
First
Greensboro
L 3-1
11
14
1991-92
First
Greensboro
L 4-3
18
28
1993-94
First
Birmingham
L 2-1
18
28
1994-95
First
Hampton Roads
W 3-1
12
10
Second
Birmingham
W 3-1
17
15
Semis
Richmond
L 3-2
13
19
1995-96
First
Raleigh
W 3-1
10
13
Second
Wheeling
W 3-1
14
10
Semis
Charlotte
L 3-1
8
9
1996-97
First
Pensacola
L 3-0
5
12

KENNETH WRITES

This is from the 1997-98 Pensacola program, having to do with game 3 of the first round series between the Ice Pilots and Tallahassee. Pensaacola lead the series 2-0 at the time:

"With 7.6 seconds remaining and the Ice Pilots trailing 3-2, Tallahassee was called for having too many men on the ice. Rule 17b of the East Coast Hockey League Rule Book states that if a team is caught with too many men on the ice, and there is not enough time to serve the penalty, a penalty shot will be awarded to the other team. Hugo Belanger was called on to take the shot. He beat Tiger Sharks goalie Sonny Mignacca and forced overtime. In overtime, Kelly Hultgren scored the series-winning goal and sent the Tiger Sharks home."

That was the last playoff game in the history of the Tiger Sharks.

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