The Seattle Ironmen, or the "Bad Men of the Pacific Coast" were known for their tough, hard nosed hockey. In fact, they racked up 1200 penalty minutes in 66 games during the 1947-48 season, well in excess of what any other team in the PCHL recorded during that time period. That season, they would bump and grind their way to 42 wins, tops in the league and best for any of their eight PCHL seasons. They would come up short in the playoffs though, losing in the second round. While they were usually a pretty good regular season, they would never make it past the first round of the playoffs most years. The Ironmen can boast some impressive alums, including Al Rollins who was a long-time NHL goalie in the 1950s and Hall of Famer Fred Shero.