The Buffalo Stampede were a Roller Hockey International team based in Buffalo, New York that was founded in the second season of the RHI in ‘94. The team played at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium from ‘94 to ‘95. On September 2, 1994, Coach Chris McSorley led the Stampede to triumph in the Murphy Cup in their inaugural season with an 8-7 win against the Portland Rage in front of a record-setting 14,175 hometown fans at the Memorial Auditorium. Despite having star athletes Norm Bazin and Paul Beraldo leading the squad, the team was unable to stay afloat and folded after the 1995 season when the Phoenix Cobras moved to the Albany area and assumed all of the Stampede's player contracts. They then changed their name to the Empire State Cobras and split their games between Albany and Glens Falls, NY. The team was purchased and relocated to Buffalo where it played three more seasons as the Buffalo Wings.
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