Relocated from Glen Falls, New York and renamed as the Buffalo Wings, the team played the 1997 season at the Marine Midland Arena. The arrival of the Wings marked the return of professional roller hockey to Buffalo, having been the home of the short-lived but successful Buffalo Stampede, which played at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium from 1994-1995 and won the Murphy Cup in their inaugural season. From 1998-1999, the team played at the Buffalo State Sports Arena at Buffalo State College. Despite the demise of Roller Hockey International, the organization managed to stay in relevancy and continues to exist to this day as a youth hockey development organization and serves as a breeding ground for hard-nosed hockey talent in Western New York.
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