American Hockey League

First Look At AHL Realignment For 2015-16

First Look At AHL Realignment For 2015-16

Since the American Hockey League announced in January that it was relocating five franchises to California and creating a Pacific Division, you knew the league was going to have a […]

Scott Clemmensen with Albany (Paula Faerman Photography/paulafaermanphotography.org)

Albany Devils Agree On One Year Extension With Times Union Center

View image | gettyimages.com On a day, 17 years to the date of the last Calder Cup playoff series victory by a New Jersey Devils AHL affiliate, the club extended […]

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Detroit Red Wings Prospect Overview

The Detroit Red Wings were eliminated in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs by the Tampa Bay Lightning in seven hard-fought games. Now, it is time to look […]

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The Norfolk Admirals Say, “Thank You Fans!”

The message was simple, Thank you. That’s what former Norfolk Admirals Josh Manson,  captain Dave Steckel and former Head Coach Jarrod Skalde said when asked,” Is there anything you would like […]

by · May 5, 2015 · 0 comments · AHL, Norfolk Admirals
The American Hockey League is usually viewed as the last stop for a prospect before an NHL call-up.

Wolves Tie Playoff Series With Comets After Game Two Victory

  ROSEMONT, IL- The Chicago Wolves evened up their first round Calder Cup Playoff series with the Utica Comets at one game a piece on Friday night after their 2-1 […]

by · April 25, 2015 · 0 comments · AHL, Chicago Wolves
Q & A with Slater Koekkoek of the Syracuse Crunch

Q & A with Slater Koekkoek of the Syracuse Crunch

The Tampa Bay Lightning are building an empire in the southern part of the NHL and they are building it with a strong foundation as evidenced by the size of […]

Scott Clemmensen with Albany (Paula Faerman Photography/paulafaermanphotography.org)

Albany Devils A Tale Of Two Seasons

They say you can’t out run time. Apparently, you can’t out skate it either. The Albany Devils did their job in valiant fashion. Then the Springfield Falcons did what they […]

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Admiral’s Sign Son of Troy Loney to ATO

[7/8] Denver Opens 2015 Playoff Run with 4-3 Home Win Over [6/6] Minnesota-Duluth: http://t.co/yslKZnGt7g #DU1NATION pic.twitter.com/1SE4uiezNs — Denver Hockey (@DU_Hockey) March 14, 2015 Most Penguins and Ducks are familiar with […]

San Jose Sharks Season Review, Part 4: The Goalies

San Jose Sharks Season Review, Part 4: The Goalies

We are on to part 4 of our season review, covering the goalie position. To catch up on any of the first 3 articles, here are the subjects with links: […]

by · April 15, 2015 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks, Worcester Sharks
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Despite Missing Playoffs Admirals Have A lot To Play For

The Norfolk Admirals, the Anaheim Ducks primary affiliate in the American Hockey League, have been officially eliminated from the playoffs; however; there are still plenty of reasons to come to […]

by · April 12, 2015 · 0 comments · AHL, Norfolk Admirals
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Honouring Colton Orr

The Fan As a long suffering Leafs’ fan, there have been moments over the years when I have wanted to call it quits and turn in my colours. Being a […]

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David Pastrnak – Teen Bee

When 18-year-old Boston Bruins forward David Pastrnak scored last Sunday against the Caroline Hurricanes, he became the first teenager in the Bruin’s 91-year history to score an overtime goal. The […]