Alaska Aces (ECHL)This article is about the professional hockey team. For other uses, see Alaska Aces (disambiguation).
- For the professional basketball team, see Alaska Aces (PBA).
The Alaska Aces, previously known as Anchorage Aces, are a minor league ice hockey team in Anchorage, Alaska. Home games are played at Sullivan Arena in Anchorage. In 2011, they won the Kelly Cup Finals in five games over the Kalamazoo Wings. This was their second championship season, having been previously named the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) Kelly Cup Champions in 2006.
The Alaska Aces were originally part of the West Coast Hockey League (WCHL), but when the WCHL was absorbed by the East Coast Hockey League in 2003, the team joined the merged ECHL. The Aces official team mascot is a polar bear named Boomer. Aces fans are known for using small, ceremonial cow bells painted with the Aces insignia to show their support during games.