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Eventually, they severed ties with the Blue Jackets and were unaffiliated for the rest of their years in the UHL. During this time, their average attendance was 3, per game and they had 31 sellouts. Their largest crowd was a standing-room of 4,, on October 13, Prior to their first season, their home arena was still not complete and the Jackals spent the first 10 games of their inaugural season on the road. The Jackals returned to their unfinished arena in Elmira for their first home game, on November 11,

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Eventually, they severed ties with the Blue Jackets and became an independent operation for the rest of their years in the league. During their tenure in the UHL, their average attendance was 3, per game, which included 31 sellouts. The largest crowd was a standing-room-only of 4, on October 13, Playoff History Edit The team made a splash in their first season by immediately making the playoffs. Improving dramatically in the off-season, the Jackals won the Eastern Conference for the first time, in just their second season.

They even got as far as playing the Muskegon Fury in the Colonial Cup finals, but lost in a hard fought 6 game series. Program from Edit Their final season in the league, was especially disappointing. The season brought three head coaching changes, after the first one suffered a mini-stroke. There were also some injuries to key players. One of which, limited top ranked goalie Shawn Degagne to only 4 games.

Despite finishing in last place, there were some bright spots. Star forward Frank Littlejohn scored a franchise record 42 goals. The fans were very supportive of the team, averaging 3, per game during the season in an arena that only seats 4, They are a member of the North division. Returning from a loss in Cincinnati , the team bus was involved in crash on Interstate 90 in Pennsylvania early in the morning of November 29, Several players sustained minor injuries.

The Jackals suffered their worst loss in their first year. They lost to Johnstown Elmira would win their first division title since moving to the ECHL in , when the team won the East Division title with a record of and 80 points, three better than second place Reading.

The team was facing the possibility of having to relocate after the season as the ownership of the arena, the city of Elmira, and Chemung County have not been able to come to an agreement on funding for a new ice plant for the arena. Present ownership of the arena has been trying to sell the arena and may be forced to have the arena go dark if either funding for a new ice plant or a sale does not occur. Nothing has been mentioned if the team would fold, relocate, or move into the Murray Athletic Center Arena.

The team would end up announcing on March 10th that the organization would be ceasing operations at the end of the season. The arena is believed to be under agreement to be sold as of the end of the regular season but the team had already announced its folding; and the agreement was contingent upon the possible new owners of the arena acquiring a team for the arena.

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External links On March 10, , after unsuccessfully trying to the sell the team and the arena, the Chemung County Industrial Development Agency made an agreement to sell the arena to Brian Barrett but not the Jackals. The Jackals would fold after the end of the season. Eventually, they severed ties with the Blue Jackets and were unaffiliated for the rest of their years in the UHL. During this time, their average attendance was 3, per game and they had 31 sellouts. Their largest crowd was a standing-room of 4,, on October 13, Prior to their first season, their home arena was still not complete and the Jackals spent the first 10 games of their inaugural season on the road. The Jackals returned to their unfinished arena in Elmira for their first home game, on November 11,

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Eventually, they severed ties with the Blue Jackets and became an independent operation for the rest of their years in the league. During their tenure in the UHL, their average attendance was 3, per game, which included 31 sellouts. The largest crowd was a standing-room-only of 4, on October 13, Playoff History Edit The team made a splash in their first season by immediately making the playoffs. Improving dramatically in the off-season, the Jackals won the Eastern Conference for the first time, in just their second season. They even got as far as playing the Muskegon Fury in the Colonial Cup finals, but lost in a hard fought 6 game series. The Final Year Edit Their final season in the league, was especially disappointing.

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