Here's a look at what some of the more well-known Bullies coaches and players are doing now.
Ian Walterson (2001-05): Walterson was one of two players to play all four years in Atlantic City. His 257 games played were the most in Bullies history. He retired after the Bullies left Atlantic City. He lives in Egg Harbor Township and helped start the ice hockey club program at Richard Stockton College.
Stefan Rivard (2001-04): Captained the Bullies for three seasons and had his No. 21 retired in 2004. He is second in Bullies history with 185 points. He lives in Northfield, coaches the Atlantic City Sharks squirts team and is a firefighter at Atlantic City International Airport.
Mike Haviland (2001-04): The Middletown native was the head coach of the Bullies for their first three seasons. He won two Kelly Cups, one with the Bullies in 2003 and another with the Trenton Titans in 2005. He has also won a Stanley Cup as an assistant for the Chicago Blackhawks in 2010. He is the head coach of the AHL's Hershey Bears.
Ryan Mougenel (2002-03): Retired from his playing career after winning the Kelly Cup with Atlantic City. Began his coaching career as an assistant in the ECHL before being the head coach of the Las Vegas Wranglers from 2009-13. He is now a Hershey Bears assistant for Haviland.
Luke Curtin (2001-05): Curtin was the all-time Bullies leader in goals (80) and points (235). He played most of his career in the ECHL, including four seasons in Atlantic City, and was named to the 2001-10 ECHL All-Decade team. He was inducted into the ECHL Hall of Fame in 2011. He lives in California, where he works in sales in Fresno.
Kevin Colley (2001-03): Colley played four years in the AHL after the Bullies moved to Stockton. He also played 16 games in the NHL with the New York Islanders in 2005-06, but his career ended in a game against the Capitals in 2006 when he fractured his fifth cervical vertebra. He is the head coach of the Arizona Sundogs of the Central Hockey League.
Jim Henkel (2002-04): Henkel played two seasons with the Bullies. In the 2003-04 season, he played for the Bullies and four different AHL teams. He finished his career with the Trenton Titans/Devils.
Scott Stirling (2001-04): A two-time ECHL goalie of the year (2001, 2004) and member of the 2001-10 ECHL All-Decade Team, Stirling played professionally until 2007. He is now in his fourth year coaching ice hockey at the Gilmour Academy in Gates Mill, Ohio.
Mark French (2004-05): French was the Bullies' assistant coach in their final season. He went on to coach in the Canadian Hockey League and AHL, most recently as the Hershey Bears coach from 2009-2013 before Haviland took over. In his first year in Hershey, he won the Calder Cup.
Brian Fahey (2003-05): Fahey is still playing professional hockey but hasn't played in North America since the 2011-12 season. He plays in Austria with EC Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Hockey League.
Kirk Furey (2001-04): Left the Bullies in 2003-04 season and played the rest of the season with the Philadelphia Phantoms. Since 2004, Furey has played in Europe. He currently plays for Flagenfurt AC in Austria.
J.F. Caudron (2001-03): Third on the Bullies scoring list with 125 points despite playing just two seasons with the team. He played through Europe following 2003, with the exception of the 2009-10 season he spent with the Stockton Thunder in the ECHL.
Compiled by John Russo