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Everett 14 0 1000
Wyoming 10 4 714
Tri-Cities 9 5 643
Billings 5 9 357
Lincoln 1 13 071
Everett Hawks
2207 Everett Avenue Suite A
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: (866) 383-HAWK
Team Website
Everett Events Center
Head Coach
Dan “Majic” Maciejczak
Mar. 19, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Lakeland ThunderBolts
Mar. 24, 2005 New Jersey Xtreme at Daytona Beach Hawgs
Apr. 2, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Kissimmee Kreatures
Apr. 11, 2005 Kissimmee Kreatures at Daytona Beach Hawgs
Apr. 18, 2005 Lakeland ThunderBolts at Daytona Beach Hawgs
Apr. 24, 2005 Rome Renegades at Daytona Beach Hawgs
May. 1, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Miami Morays
May. 7, 2005 Miami Morays at Daytona Beach Hawgs
May. 14, 2005 Everett Hawks at Daytona Beach Hawgs
May. 23, 2005 Kissimmee Kreatures at Daytona Beach Hawgs
May. 27, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Everett Hawks
Jun. 4, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Miami Morays
Jun. 11, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Fayetteville Guard
Jun. 25, 2005 Daytona Beach Hawgs at Rome Renegades
Expansion Team 2005

The Everett Hawks team application was approved by the National Indoor Football League at the league meetings in Las Vegas, NV on September 28, 2004.

We are looking forward to the opportunity to provide a local family oriented activity in Everett. Our ownership and management group are based here in the Greater Puget Sound. Owner, Sam Adams of the NFL Buffalo Bills, calls Kirkland home each off-season. Adams hopes to use this new indoor arena football team to enhance the community and provide affordable entertainment for the whole family. “The Everett Hawks are committed to excellence both on and off the field ,” said Adams.

The NIFL has recaptured the hearts and imaginations of football fans throughout the nation. Each team in the league share common traits; strong coaching leadership, solid momentum from the prior season and a young core of talented football players that mature and learn to win together. In recent years the NIFL has produced such NFL stars as New Orleans Saints kick returner Michael Lewis and Carolina Panthers quarterback Jack Delhomme.

Adams most recently owned and operated the Eastside Hawks, a minor league team in the Northwest Football League for the past four years. The 2004 team won the NAFL National Championship in Orlando, Florida on November 13th and are also the NWFL Champions. The team had an incredible record of 14-0 for the season.

Everett, Washington, an All-America City, is the county seat of one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation.

Nestled between the beautiful Cascade Mountain Range to the east, hundreds of forested islands and the oceanic wildlife of the Puget Sound to the west, the Snohomish River and easy-to-access lakes close at hand, Everett is consistently rated as one of the best places to live by the national media. As the county seat, Everett is the center of economic development with an expanding high-technology industrial base, a deep-water port accessing the Pacific Ocean, an established, world-renowned manufacturing and retail core and state-of-the-art naval station.

Everett is home to more than 96,000 citizens on 25,000 acres of land and 9,600 acres of water. Along with its strong economy - that provides more jobs than there are residents - the area boasts a wide range of family-centered entertainment, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. The climate is relatively mild year-round, with seemingly endless outdoor recreational activities. Industrialists from the east saw Everett's potential as a business hub more than a century ago and led its development as a lumber and mill town. Today, the area offers a high quality of life, a vital center for businesses of all types and an important deep-water port that provides access to overseas markets.

Dan “Majic” Maciejczak has been named the Head Coach for the Everett Hawks inaugural season. “Majic” spent last season as Head Coach of the Billings Outlaws, improving the team from a 6-8 record, guiding the team to an 11-3 record and advancing to the conference championship. Maciejczak’s squad was able to average 47.9 points per game while giving up 36.3 points per game, the third best in the league.

Prior to coaching the Outlaws, Maciejczak was the Head Coach/General Manager of the Rapid City Red Dogs for two seasons. He began his NIFL career as a player who excelled as a two-time all-star. Prior to his experience with the NIFL he played 3 seasons between the AFL & IFL. He started for teams such as Iowa Barnstormers, Peoria Pirates, Buffalo Destroyers, and Madison Mad Dogs.

Before heading to the indoor game. Maciejczak played his college career at Chadron State College where he played center and was a 3-time All-American. He was a 3-time unanimous Rocky Mountain All-Conference selection.

Coach “Majic” and his wife Rebecca have a home in Rapid City, SD where he resides in the off-season. Dan has two sons, an 8 year old son Jared and a newborn son Jason.

The Everett Events Center, located in Snohomish County, is situated in downtown Everett in the Puget Sound area. Positioned a mere 23 miles north of Seattle, Washington, the Everett Events Center will be the premier sports and entertainment venue in the region. In addition to drawing from Snohomish County, the Everett Events Center will also attract people from King County, which is south of Snohomish County. With no other comparable venue within 112 miles north of Everett, the venue will also draw from Skagit County and Whatcom County

The Everett Events Center, a $71.5 million multi-purpose complex, was developed by the City of Everett Public Facilities District. The 10,000-seat venue, managed by Global Spectrum, hosts a many events including concerts, rodeos, circuses, ice skating and family shows such as Disney On Ice, Harlem Globetrotters, Sesame Street Live, and many others. The Everett Events Center is home to the new National Indoor Football Leagues Everett Hawks as well as the Western Hockey League franchise, the Everett Silvertips.

The Comcast Community Ice Rink, an adjacent regulation ice rink, is used for public skating, local hockey leagues and figure skating instructional sessions. The three-story conference center includes three 900 square foot executive meeting rooms, a 12,000 square foot ballroom, which can be arranged in a number of different configuration, and a full banquet kitchen. Additionally, the two ice sheets can be converted into a 57,000 square foot space to host trade shows, expositions, consumer shows and special events.

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