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The Cardiff Devils are a Welsh ice hockey team who play in the British Elite Ice Hockey League. The team currently plays out of the Ice Arena Wales in Cardiff Bay. The team moved from the Cardiff Arena (also known as the Big Blue Tent) in March 2016 after playing their last game in the arena on 27 February against the Coventry Blaze. The Cardiff Devils opened the Ice Arena Wales with a double home header fixture on 12 and 13 March against the Belfast Giants.
Founded in 1986, the club became the dominant force in the sport in the late 1980s and early 1990s, winning a total of 7 league titles.
The Cardiff Devils were formed during the summer of 1986 when Sports Nationwide built the Wales National Ice Rink in the centre of Cardiff. John Lawless, a 25-year-old Canadian, was given the responsibility of setting up a brand new team, having been a trainee assistant manager at Peterborough who were owned by the same company.
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