|The Binghamton Whalers were an ice hockey team in the
American Hockey League, playing in Binghamton, New York,
USA, at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena. The
Whalers played at the Arena for 10 seasons from 1980 to
1990 and finished with a record of 364-366-60-3-7
(W-L-T-OTL-SOL) through 800 games.
In the Calder Cup playoffs the Whalers were 23-34 (W-L), winning 4 playoff series and making it to the Calder Cup Finals in 1982 losing the series to New Brunswick in five games. The Wahlers were affliated all 10 years with the Hartford Whalers along with the Washington Capitals from 1984 to 1988.
Like the Hartford Whalers, during home games, the song "Brass Bonanza" would play when the Whalers scored a goal.
|Binghamton Whalers 10 year season stats|
|(Click on the links for the season to see Binghamton's roster & player stats for that year; click on on the link for the division to see Binghamton's standings for that year.)|
Binghamton Hockey Hall Of Fame:
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