|City||Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin|
|Home arena||Chippewa Area Ice Arena|
|Head coach||Carter Foguth (interim)|
|Affiliates||New Ulm Steel (NA3HL)|
|2005–2010||North Iowa Outlaws|
|2010–2018||Coulee Region Chill|
The franchise began in 2005 as the North Iowa Outlaws based in Mason City, Iowa, where the team played for five seasons until moving to Onalaska, Wisconsin, in 2010 under owner Mark Motz as the Coulee Region Chill. The team was then sold to Michelle Bryant in 2012 and the franchise was eventually moved in 2014 to nearby La Crosse, Wisconsin, with games at the Green Island Ice Arena.
After the 2017–18 season, Chill owner Michelle Bryant sold the franchise Steve Black of JB Black Enterprise, LLC, the owner of the NA3HL's New Ulm Steel. Black relocated the Chill franchise to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, as the Chippewa Steel to play out of Chippewa Area Ice Arena. Bryant would then rename her NA3HL team from La Crosse Freeze to Coulee Region Chill while continuing to play out of La Crosse. Al Rooney was named the Steel's first head coach and general manager, but was relieved of duties 23 games into his first season with a 5–16–1–1 record.
|North Iowa Outlaws|
|2005–06||58||18||37||3||39||149||219||1439||5th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2006–07||62||27||29||6||60||174||198||1446||4th, Central||Lost in 1st Round|
|2007–08||58||38||16||4||80||195||137||1209||1st, Central||Lost in 1st Round|
|2008–09||58||35||18||5||75||229||171||1107||2nd, Central||Eliminated in Robertson Cup Round Robin|
|2009–10||58||15||37||6||36||147||234||915||5th, Central||Did not qualify|
|Coulee Region Chill|
|2010–11||58||33||20||5||71||204||180||982||2nd(T), Central||Lost in Div. Finals|
|2011–12||60||18||35||7||43||162||229||996||4th, MidWest||Lost in Div. Semifinals|
|2012–13||60||16||39||5||37||157||224||849||6th, Central||Did not qualify|
|2013–14||60||31||28||1||63||181||181||1011||5th, Midwest||Did not qualify|
|2014–15||60||28||23||9||65||176||182||987||4th, Midwest||Lost in 1st Round|
|2015–16||60||33||26||1||67||177||165||883||4th, Midwest||Lost Div. Semifinal|
|2016–17||60||31||27||2||64||220||220||920||4th, Midwest||Lost Div. Semifinal|
|2017–18||60||17||34||9||43||162||214||661||5th, Midwest||Did not qualify|
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Sports teams based in Wisconsin
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