A Letter From Harris and Karl
Dear Admirals Fans,
We hope that this message finds you and your friends and family doing well during these unprecedented times.
We write to you today to say thank you for all of your support during our 50th season which, unfortunately, has formally come to an end today due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
From our front office to the locker room, we are all grateful for your commitment to Admirals hockey. Whether you came out to games as a season ticket holder, a group or an individual attendee, or you are a fan who listened to games on the radio or watched on AHL TV or My24, we say thank you. To our corporate partners, your trust in our organization to allow us to share your messages with our audience is one we hold dearly.
This 50th season of Admirals hockey had so many memorable moments, starting last summer with the rollout of the 50th season logo to a team record 13-game winning streak to Darren Haydar’s number retirement to a sellout crowd at our last game. We had a great team of young men performing at a very high level all season long. We are proud of the numerous call-ups to Nashville who have helped keep the Predators in the Stanley Cup playoff race.
This fantastic group of players were also committed to making a huge impact in the Milwaukee community highlighted by Troy Grosenick’s honor as the AHL Man of the Year, a first in Admirals history.
While we will not be able to complete our mission of winning the Calder Cup this season, we know that we will be back soon to start another journey. And, while we are disappointed not to be able to compete for you at this time, the best fans and sponsors anywhere, we know that we can count on you to remain in our corner.
Thank you all! Be safe, be healthy and Go Admirals!