Savannah Ghost Pirates

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The Savannah Ghost Pirates are a professional minor league ice hockey team in the ECHL, based in Savannah, Georgia. The team began play in the 2022–23 ECHL season with home games at the Enmarket Arena.

The Ghost Pirates are named after the city's rich history of pirates and maritime activity. The team's logo features a skull and crossbones with the words ""Ghost Pirates"" written in a stylized font. The team's colors are black, green, and white.

The Ghost Pirates play their home games at Enmarket Arena, a 7,200-seat arena located in downtown Savannah. The arena is also home to the Savannah State University basketball team.

The Ghost Pirates have a passionate fan base. Fans are encouraged to dress up in costumes and cheer on the team. The Ghost Pirates also have a variety of promotional events throughout the season, making it a fun and exciting experience for all ages.

In their inaugural season, the Ghost Pirates finished with a record of 33-27-4, good enough for fourth place in the ECHL's South Division. They made it to the playoffs but were defeated by the Greenville Swamp Rabbits in the first round.

The Ghost Pirates are led by head coach Rick Bennett, who has a wealth of experience in the ECHL. The team also has a number of talented players, including forward Tyler Drevich, who led the team in scoring in their inaugural season.

If you're planning a trip to Savannah, be sure to catch a game of the Savannah Ghost Pirates. It's a great way to experience the city's passion for hockey and its rich history of maritime activity.


620 Stiles Ave, Savannah, GA 31415
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