One of the few successful sports teams to ever grace the Bossier-Shreveport area, the Mudbugs found success early. Right from the beginning, the Mudbugs seemed to use a defensive style of hockey that crushed teams. Coached by former Mudbug player Scott Muscutt and owned by Tommy and Leslie Scott, the team increased attendance each year and hosted the All-Star festivities for the Central Hockey League in 2007.
In their first four seasons, the Mudbugs saw their most success. After the sweep suffered by the Fort Worth Brahmas in the 2nd round of their opening season, the Mudbugs went on to win the President's Cup Championships three straight years in the WPHL. Following the merger of the WPHL and CHL, the Mudbugs found their way back to the Ray Miron President's Cup Finals three times. The Mudbugs remain, however, the only team in history of the WPHL and CHL to ever win the Cup three straight years.
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