The Orlando Solar Bears were a minor league hockey team that operated for six seasons at the Orlando Arena/TD Waterhouse Centre from 1995 to 2001. The Solar Bears were a terrific team on the ice, but the team’s novelty factor in the Orlando community wore off quickly. Attendance dropped from an announced average of 10,460 in the Solar Bears’ debut season of 1995-96 to only 5,156 during the club’s final winter in 2000-01, when the Solar Bears won the final IHL Turner Cup championship.
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