The Green Bay Gamblers have been named the United States Hockey League's Organization of the Year. Green Bay had arguably the most successful season in USHL history, roaring to the Anderson Cup as regular season champ with a 47-9-4 record, winning a league record 24 games on the road and setting the single season mark for most points in a season. Green Bay capped off the year with the Clark Cup playoff championship in five games over Waterloo. Off the ice, the Gamblers drew over 110,000 fans to the Resch Center, the fourth straight year of an attendance increase. It's the second time the Gamblers have been recognized as organization of the year, the first came following the 1995-96 season.