The Las Vegas Thunder were a six-year entry in the International Hockey League during that organization’s gold rush era of nationwide expansion in the mid-1990’s. Minor league baseball investors Hank Stickney and his son Ken paid a $2.0 million expansion fee for the Thunder in 1993. The Stickneys also owned the Las Vegas Stars Class AAA baseball team. The Thunder employed a fascinating menagerie of players during their six-year existence, including female goaltender Manon Rheaume, who played two games for Las Vegas in 1994, and Wayne Gretzky’s younger brother Brent Gretzky.
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