|League||All-American Hockey League|
|Home arena||Kennedy Ice Arena|
The Stars were rebranded as the Michigan Stars for the 1987–88 AAHL season, but after 14 games and a 2–12 record, the Michigan Stars folded midseason on November 30, 1987. This led to establishment of the Johnstown Chiefs that started play in January 1988 to take their place by Joe Selenski, John Daley, and Henry Brabham.
- "1987-88 All American Hockey League Standings". HockeyDB. Retrieved April 3, 2020.
- "Former Johnstown Chiefs owner, ECHL co-founder Brabham dead at 90". The Tribune-Democrat. March 30, 2020.