A pictorial look back at this colorful era.
The 'i' generation was coming. Few wanted to be part of it.
Brian F. Chapman, the greatest defenseman in team history.
Mel Angelstad, perhaps the team’s most notorious fighter.
Johan Hedberg takes a shot in the warmup.
Adoring fans crowd around Mel Angelstad.
The visiting Houston Aeros send the Moose down to another defeat.
Dropping the puck against the Cleveland Lumberjacks.
The Moose celebrate a rare victory.
Mel Angelstad and Doug Ast during the warmup.
Mel Angelstad faces Jason Shmyr in this titanic battle between legendary pugilists.
Fight! Fight! Fight!
The Aeros celebrate an overtime victory while a disconsolate Brian F. Chapman hangs his head.
The Wolves celebrate capturing the Western Conference championship.
The Moose and Wolves shake hands following the final IHL game at the Winnipeg Arena.
Steve Maltais accepts the Western Conference championship trophy.
David Andrews at the press conference announcing the Moose's entry into the AHL.
Randy Carlyle, Stan Smyl and Brian Burke model the Moose's new uniforms.
Human Bowling, a popular promotion during this era.
The blimp, a fixture at the Arena.
Inside the Moose dressing room.
Inside the training room.
Mick E. Moose, the team's mascot.
The last vestiges of the Winnipeg White Out.
Mark Chipman - Owner, President, General Manager, Head Coach, Chief Cook, Bottle Washer.
The north end seating area.
View looking south from near the Moose bench.
View from the south end.