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History of the Bulldogs


            Beginning the 2013-2014 inline travel hockey season our current Jr. Ducks program will be reverting back to its historic origins as the Corona Bulldogs.  For over ten years prior to our facility's ownership by the NHL's Anaheim Ducks, our main travel program was known as the Anaheim Bulldogs, with both Mission Hockey and Reebok Hockey as past sponsors.  During this time the Anaheim Bulldogs were ubiquitously known as one of the premier inline hockey programs in the United States, with multiple teams ranging from A to AAA levels.  Over the course of its history the Bulldogs won multiple NARCH, Pacific Cup, and AAU championships, cementing itself along with Huntington Beach's OC Blades as the top tier of inline hockey in Southern California.  Moreover, the Bulldogs' program was home to exceptional players like Beau Bennett, currently a member of the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins, and Rocco Grimaldi, current Florida Panthers prospect and USA World Junior player. 

            However, with the shutdown of the Bulldogs' old Anaheim Hockey Club and the subsequent relocation into Corona, came new ownership by the Anaheim Ducks.  Due to this, as the only Ducks' owned inline rink the Bulldogs program was renamed to the Jr. Ducks.  For the past five years, from the 2007-2008 season up to and through the 2012-2013 season, the Jr. Ducks were the main program based out of our facility.  Though with the Ducks now owning multiple inline hockey facilities, all containing many different travel hockey programs, we feel now is the perfect time to resurrect the once prestigious name, and look to bring with it, a once again celebrated inline hockey program and culture.  Once a Bulldog, always a Bulldog!