This Date in Sidekicks History

April 18

Knocked Off The Air

1990: KKWM (570 AM) informed the Sidekicks before game time that they would no longer carry Sidekicks radio broadcasts. Station General Manager Denny Rossman was quoted in the Dallas Morning News as saying the team had been uncooperative in providing the station with items such as satisfactory game tickets and help in locating sponsors. Sidekicks owner Phill Cobb said "...I'm irate...I'm mystified...We would have been happy to work with him if we had known." KAAM (then 1310 AM) picked up radio playoff game coverage later.

Always Remember the First Time

1989: Hank Henry made his professional debut in Goal, facing 25 shots, making 8 saves, but allowing as many goals.


Playoff Games


Regular Season Games


1996: The Dallas Morning News reported that Don Carter had entered into negociations to sell up to 49% of the Sidekicks to Minyard Food Store President Sonny Williams.