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Chelmsford Chieftains 2011–12 Chelmsford Chieftains season Division English National Ice Hockey League South (1) Founded 1987 Home arena Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre City Chelmsford, Essex, United Kingdom Colors Yellow, black and white Owner(s) Derek Bartlett Head coach Gary Clarke Captain Danny Wright Minor league affiliates Chelmsford Warriors [English National Ice Hockey League South (2)]] The Chelmsford Chieftains are an Ice Hockey team based in Chelmsford, Essex that are currently playing in the English National Ice Hockey League. Since the team was founded in 1987, the Chieftains have played their home games at the Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre. Chelmsford played their first game against the Peterborough Titans in September 1987. They had been placed in the then "Heineken League Division Two", and successfully beat the Titans 11-4, with the first ever goal being scored by a young player called Stuart Steeves. It was his only goal that season. After competing in the English Premier Ice Hockey League for nine seasons between 1998 and 2008, the Chelmsford Chieftains took a decision based largely upon finances to withdraw from the league at the end of the 2007/2008 season, and instead to enter the ENIHL. The hockey governing body in the UK, the EIHA , informed the club that they would be playing in Division 1 for the 2008/2009 season. However, at the league A.G.M., many of the clubs supported a motion to overturn the league's decision and the Chieftains were placed in Division 2. The Chieftains had already assembled a squad capable of playing in Division 1 and at such a late stage, the squad could not be rebuilt. The outcome was that the Chieftains started the season in a very strong position. The Chieftains continued their domination of the ENL2 for the remainder of the 2008/09 season going the entire league season dropping just 1 point to Invicta Mustangs at the start of the season. From then until the end of the season the Chieftains won every single game with an average score of 8-2. In 2009/10 they faced a much tougher test, but still managed to finish a respectable fourth with just champions Invicta Dynamos, Cardiff ENL Devils and Bracknell Hornets finishing above them. Although 4th place was disappointing to many, when you think that the Essex side was in fact 1 point from being in 2nd place and 7 points from being equal with the Dynamos, it was actually a very successful season. Onto the end of season playoffs and the Chieftains managed to come within 4 minutes of securing a place in the final against Bracknell Hornets, but went down in Essex to Whightlink Raiders but won the respect of every team in the league for their hard work and 'never say die' attitude. Moving into the current campaign and it's been a mixed season so far with some huge wins such as 19-1 over Swindon ENL Wildcats, but also mixed in with some disappointing results such as losing in Bracknell 4-2 and 8-3 on the Isle of Wight. However the highlight of the season, irrespective of where the team finishes in the league, will no doubt be the bench clearing brawl against Cardiff ENL Devils on the 19th February 2011 in Chelmsford that saw both sets of players on the ice scrapping. The rink was rocking and every fan was on their feet cheering and supporting their local heroes. The end of season run-in saw the Chieftains end the current campaign in second place, just 2 points off league winners Wightlink Raiders. However it was to be a different story in the play-offs. The quarter final match up saw the Chelmsford side head up to MK to face off against the Thunder and after a close two-legged tie, the Chieftains went through and would face local rivals Romford Raiders in the semi-final. It was a tense and close affair with the Chieftains coming from behind in the first leg in Romford a few times to end the game 4-4 thanks to a late goal from Tom Long. The second leg was equally close and tight, but Birrell's men took the spoils 2-1 and 6-5 on aggregate to set up the final everyone wanted to see - Wightlink Raiders V Chelmsford Chieftains. The Isle of Wight hasn't been a happy stomping ground for the Chieftains in recent years and many predicted them to go down on the Island, however in a shock to everyone they pulled off a 4-2 win to put them ahead going into the second leg on the 24th April. No-one in the hockey world could have predicted what happened that Sunday night as the Chieftains took the game to the Raiders from the off and demolished them 5-1 to end the tie 9-3 on aggregate and the Riverside faithful were loud and dancing at the final buzzer while the players embraced on the ice with the first silverware won by Chelmsford since the ENL2 campaign 2 years previously. The Chieftains after their ENL1 South play-off win over Wightlink Raiders. At the conclusion of the season Dean Birrell announced he would be moving upstairs to a new role of Director of Coaching in Chelmsford which would oversee the coaching of the Chieftains and Warriors. Taking his place would be MK Lightning forward Gary Clarke who takes over from the Scot in a player-coach role for the 2011-12 campaign. The mantra of the club is very much "Local players" and this is reflected in the current make-up of the team. With only the non-EIHA trained players (Dzurko & Jones) not being a part of the Chelmsford junior set up at some point or having been in Chelmsford/Essex for so long they are considered local now. Each season more and more young players are making the step from the junior system to the seniors either directly with the Chieftains or with their ENL2 side the Warriors. Trophies won: 1989 Essex Cup 1990/91 Autumn Trophy 1992/93 British League Entry Playoffs 1996/97 Essex/Kent Cup 1997 Essex Cup 1999/00 English League Premier Division Playoffs 1999/00 Data Vision Millenium Cup 2008/09 English National League South Division 2 2010/11 English National League South Division 1 Playoffs Runners up in major competitions excluding league: 1996/97 Playoff finalists 1997/98 Playoff finalists 1995/96 Autumn Trophy Finalists 2010/11 English National League South Division 1 LEAGUE HISTORY: Season Name of League Final Position # of teams Played Won Lost Drawn OT Win OT Loss Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points 1987/88 British League Div 2 2nd 14 26 19 6 1 0 0 201 107 94 39 1988/89 English First Div 5th 8 28 10 15 3 0 0 148 153 -5 23 1989/90 English First Div 3rd 7 24 15 6 3 0 0 222 140 82 33 1990/91 English First Div 3rd 8 28 17 9 2 0 0 269 213 56 36 1991/92 English First Div 8th 9 32 15 14 3 0 0 277 276 1 33 1992/93 English League Conference B 2nd 6 32 22 7 3 0 0 357 168 189 47 1993/94 British League Div 1 South 8th 8 44 10 32 2 0 0 260 374 -114 22 1994/95 British League Div 1 10th 12 44 10 30 4 0 0 274 404 -130 24 1995/96 British League Div 1 10th 14 52 16 31 5 0 0 267 377 -110 37 1996/97 English League Div 1 South 2nd 12 22 18 3 1 0 0 175 51 124 37 1997/98 English League Div 1 South 2nd 11 20 16 3 1 0 0 187 69 118 33 1998/99 English League Prem Div 4th 9 32 14 14 4 0 0 195 181 14 32 1999/00 English League Prem Div 1st 5 24 19 4 1 0 0 138 85 53 39 2000/01 English National Prem League 2nd 9 32 23 7 2 0 0 203 106 97 48 2001/02 English National League South 5th 10 18 10 5 3 0 0 100 72 28 23 2002/03 English National Prem League 5th 12 42 24 12 6 0 0 245 170 75 54 2003/04 English Premier Ice Hockey League 4th 9 32 18 11 3 0 0 211 149 62 39 2004/05 English Premier Ice Hockey League 7th 9 32 10 14 8 0 0 128 130 -2 28 2005/06 English Premier Ice Hockey League 11th 13 48 10 33 5 0 0 149 284 -135 25 2006/07 English Premier Ice Hockey League 8th 12 44 20 21 3 0 0 194 184 10 43 2007/08 English Premier Ice Hockey League 9th 11 40 12 24 0 1 3 151 189 -38 29 2008/09 English National League Two South 1st 9 32 31 0 1 0 0 282 67 215 63 2009/10 English National League One South 4th 10 36 23 6 7 0 0 213 89 124 52 2010/11 English National League One South 2nd 11 40 28 4 8 0 0 253 101 152 64 2010/11 Squad[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Position Player 4 DF Danny Cox 5 DF Mark Williams 8 FW Matt Turner 10 DF Alex Green 11 FW Darren Brown 15 FW Ross Brears 17 DF Alex Staples 19 FW Danny Hammond 21 DF Sean Easton 22 FW Aaron Connolly 27 FW Kyle Jones 28 DF Danny Wright (C) 29 GK Andrew Brummitt 35 GK Ben Clements 41 DF Richard Gunn 61 FW Blaho Novak 71 FW Tom Long 77 FW Nathanael Williams 84 DF Rudolf Dzurko 91 FW James Ayling  ?? DF Ruraidgh Garrett References ^ http://www.chelmsfordchieftains.co.uk/team_information/roster_c.htm