Philadelphia Bulldogs

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. For the Continental Football League team (1960s) known as the Philadelphia Bulldogs, see here.

Philadelphia Bulldogs
File:Philadelphia Bulldogs.png
Founded 1994
History Philadelphia Bulldogs
(1994 - 1996)
Home Arena Spectrum
(1994 - 1995)
CoreStates Spectrum
Woodhaven Sports Centre
City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Colors Teal, Purple, Black, Silver, White
Regular Season Titles None
Division Championships None
Conference Championships None
Murphy Cups None

The Philadelphia Bulldogs were an inline hockey team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They were members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of Roller Hockey International (RHI). They were part of the 1994 RHI Expansion.

The Bulldogs were owned by NHL player agent Ron Salcer and actor Tony Danza. During the Bulldogs first season in 1994, the team's Head Coach and General Manager was former Philadelphia Flyers star Dave Schultz. Schultz was fired after the first season. The Assistant Coach JoJoe Paterson and Special Assistant Coach Rick Mac Leish. The Mascot was a strong lovable Bulldog named "Bruzer", who was played by Bob Strehlau 1994-1995. Trainer was Dana Mc Guane and Assistant Trainer Chad Schultz. The team's VP of Sales and marketing was Bob Kelly with Assistant General Manager Bill Crockett. The team disbanded after three seasons in 1996.

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