Timeline

2004-2005: The Huskies played 44 games with a record of 29-14-1. They placed 1st overall and 3rd in their league within the Gold Division. Seven Bridges Ice Arena in Woodridge, IL was the Huskies home rink. The roster consisted of 14 forwards, 6 defensemen, and 3 goaltenders. Huskies also got a new coach, Nick Lundin.

2003-2004: Huskies ranked 4th in the Division 3 Conference. Ranked 4th overall in the league. Overall league record was 10-11-4 and Division 2 Conference record was 8-4-2. Rockford, IL was the home of the Huskies.

2002-2003: The head coach was Bill Thorn Sr. During the playoffs the Huskies had to play Palmer who had beaten them twice that season by scores of 8-1. The mindset and play of the Huskies was focused and up to the challenge that appeared as an easy win for Palmer.  In a shocker NIU beat Palmer 9-4. On to the final game versus UMSL the Huskies fell behind by three goals in the first period. However, with confidence and poise especially after beating Palmer, they rallied in the final two periods and won in a champion’s fashion winning 6-4. The celebration went from the ice to the locker room where coach Thorn gave a moving victory speech, then on to the bus ride home, and eventually to a party after the bus ride beginning around 3 a.m. Rockford, IL was the home of the Huskies.
 
2001-2002: The Huskies finished 12-9-1 in 5th place for the regular season. They did not make the playoffs. Rockford, IL was the home of the Huskies. This information was provided by Bill Thorn. Thank you.

2000-2001: The Huskies finished 17-3-1; 2nd place for the regular season. Playoffs: Semi; NIU 4 – UMSL 0 Finals; NIU 8 Palmer 2. Huskies were the champions in 2001-2002. Rockford, IL was the home of the Huskies. This information was provided by Bill Thorn. Thank you.

1999-2000: Huskies finish first in the league and Rockford, IL was the home of the Huskies.

1998-1999: Rockford, IL was the home of the Huskies.
 
1997-1998: Fox Valley Ice Arena is the home of the Huskies. The Huskies take the number one spot in the league. Huskies win their first bid to the Nationals at Rutgers University and finishes 12th in the nation. Huskies also finish in first place in their league.
 
1996-1997: The Huskies moved from the Rockford Ice House to the Fox Valley Ice Arena. Eric Schneider an alumni and ex-D1 player at the University of Illinois at Chicago becomes head coach. The Huskies take the number one spot in the league.
 
1995-1996: Part of the Illinois Wisconsin Collegiate Hockey Association. The Rockford Ice House was the home of the Huskies.
 
1994-1995: Part of the Illinois Wisconsin Collegiate Hockey Association. The Rockford Ice House was the home of the Huskies.