The Phantoms were a professional inline hockey franchise located in Pittsburgh, PA. Their nickname and logo were heavily influenced by the "Steel Phantom," a famous roller coaster located at a nearby amusement park. The team would compete in Roller Hockey International in 1994 and fold after only one season.
The Pittsburgh Phantoms were a professional roller hockey team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States that played in Roller Hockey International. The team got its name from the "Steel Phantom" rollercoaster, located at Kennywood Park, a theme park located in the suburb of West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. At the time of the team's inception the Phantom was the tallest and fastest steel rollercoaster in the world. The logo was heavily inspired by the roller coaster's logo seen at the entrance to the ride.
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