Northern Cyclones

The Northern Cyclones are a junior ice hockey organization playing in the United States Premier Hockey League. The team plays their home games at the Cyclones Arena, located in Hudson, New Hampshire.

Northern Cyclones
CityHudson, New Hampshire
LeagueUnited States Premier Hockey League
Home arenaCyclones Arena
ColorsRed, black, white
Head coachBill Flanagan
Franchise history
2004–presentNorthern Cyclones

The Cyclones organization also fields junior-level developmental teams in the USPHL's Premier and Elite Division (and formerly in the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League and Eastern Hockey League-Elite Division) and youth hockey select teams at the Midget U18, Midget 16U, Bantam, Peewee, and Squirt and other various levels as well as the Lady Cyclones U12, U16, and U18 teams.[1]


The Northern Cyclones have produced a number of alumni playing in higher levels of junior hockey, NCAA Division I, Division III college programs.[2][3]

Season-by-season records

SeasonGPWLTOTLPtsGFGARegular Season FinishPlayoffs
Atlantic Junior Hockey League
2004–0541172202361561932nd of 4, North
4th of 8, AJHL
2005–064233702682411363rd of 11, AJHL
2006–07443480270250136T-1st of 6, North
T-2nd of 12, AJHL
2007–0845281205612171392nd of 6, North
3rd of 11, AJHL
League Champions
2008–09423560171206821st of 6, North
1st of 12, AJHL
League Champions
2009–10423380167208922nd of 6, North
3rd of 12, AJHL
2010–1144311003651971113rd of 6, North
4th of 12, AJHL
2011–12443562173203742nd of 12, AJHL
2012–134430932651731021st of 12, AJHLWon Quarterfinals, 2–0 vs. Philadelphia Junior Flyers
Won Semifinals, 2–0 vs. New Jersey Rockets
Lost Finals, 1–2 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights
Eastern Hockey League
2013–1444321020661791062nd of 5, North Div.
2nd of 17, EHL
Won Round 1, 2–0 vs. Philadelphia Revolution
Won Quarterfinals, 2–0 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights
Won Semifinals, 2–0 vs. Philadelphia Little Flyers
Won Finals, 3–2 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
League Champions
2014–1544328468178992nd of 4, North Div.
4th of 19, EHL
Won Round 1, 2–0 vs. New York Apple Core
Won Quarterfinals, 2–0 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights
Won Semifinals, 2–0 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
Lost Finals, 2–3 vs. Connecticut Oilers
2015–164125151511631133rd of 9, North Conf.
8th of 18, EHL-Premier
Won First Round, 2–1 vs. Valley Jr. Warriors
Lost Second Round, 1–2 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
2016–174824195531291332nd of 4, New England Div.
4th of 9, North Conf.
8th of 17, EHL-Premier
Won First Round, 2–0 vs. Walpole Express
Lost Quarterfinals, 0–2 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs
United States Premier Hockey League
2017–185024215531651626th of 11, NCDCLost Quarterfinals, 1–2 vs. Jersey Hitmen
2018–195026204561551608th of 12, NCDCWon Quarterfinals, 2–0 vs. Jersey Hitmen
Lost Semifinals, 1–2 vs. Boston Junior Bruins

USA Hockey Tier III Junior National Championships

Round robin play in pool with top 4 teams advancing to semifinal.

YearRound RobinRecordStandingSemifinalChampionship Game
2007[4]L, 2–9 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)
2008[5]W, 5–1 vs. Helena Bighorns (NorPac)
W, 6–3 vs. Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks (CSHL)
W, 4–1 vs. Minnesota Ice Hawks (MnJHL)
3–0–01st of 4
Division II
L, 4–9 vs. New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)
2009[6]W, 4–1 vs. Seattle Totems (NorPac)
L, 2–6 vs. Dubuque Thunderbirds (CSHL)
OTL, 5–6 vs. Granite City Lumberjacks (MnJHL)
1–2–03rd of 4
Division II
Did not qualify
2011[7]T, 2–2 vs. Chicago Hitmen (NA3HL)
L, 5–6 vs. El Paso Rhinos (WSHL)
W, 3–2 vs. Granite City Lumberjacks (MnJHL)
1–1–13rd of 4
Division II
Did not qualify
2014[8]W, 4–3 vs. Springfield Pics (USPHL-Elite)
W, 12–0 vs. Bellingham Blazers (NPHL)
L, 2–5 vs. Flint Jr. Generals (NA3HL)
2–1–01st of 4
Pool B (White)
L, 1–5 vs. North Iowa Bulls (NA3HL)
2015*L, 1–3 vs. North Iowa Bulls (NA3HL)
W, 6–3 vs. Granite City Lumberjacks (NA3HL)
W, 3–1 vs. Dells Ducks (MnJHL)
2–1–01st of 4
Division 1
Not playedL, 1–2 vs. North Iowa Bulls (NA3HL)

* - Although the Connecticut Oilers were EHL champions in 2015, the Cyclones were the EHL representative due to paperwork issues with Oilers' import players


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