After two abysmal seasons in the UHL as the Saginaw Wheels, the organization decided to re-brand as the Lumber Kings in '96. After two more abysmal seasons as the Lumber Kings, the team was sold and renamed a third time to the Saginaw Gears, referencing the previous IHL team that won three league championships during their 9 seasons in the '70s and '80s. The name change to the Gears only lasted just over one season. After a 20-46-8 record in the '98-'99 season, and a 7-17-3 record at the time for the '99-'00 season, the team moved to Ohio midseason, which would soon become the team's final season before folding.
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