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Wildcats, Renegades and Riverdogs. 115 pics of pro hockey in Richmond

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From the archives: Wildcats, Renegades and Riverdogs. 115 pics of pro hockey in Richmond

Richmond Times-Dispatch


With a new arena for downtown being discussed, here's a look back at professional hockey at the Richmond Coliseum.


In December 1976, Jim McCrimmon (right) of the Richmond Wildcats tried to dislodge the puck from Dave Elliott of the Baltimore Clippers during a
game at the Richmond Coliseum. The Wildcats were part of the Southern Hockey League, which folded the following month. The Richmond Rifles
of the Eastern Hockey League brought the sport back to town in 1979.


Fayetteville FireAntz' Chad Wilcox (facing camera) and Richmond Renegades' Dennis Sicard settle their differences
during the game at Coliseum; both went to the penalty box.

See more at: https://www.richmond.com/from-the-archives/from-the-archives-wildcats-renegades-and-riverdogs-pics-of-pro/collection_2aaecc5a-b09d-56a4-9ad3-b1eb90c75f51.html#3

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