The Norfolk Admirals continued their homestand Friday as they played host to the L.A. Kings top development team, the Manchester Monarchs. Manchester has been unstoppable this season sitting atop the AHL standings […]
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Before the Anaheim Ducks called Emerson Etem’s name in the first round of the NHL Entry draft 29th overall in 2010 at the Staples Center in his home state of […]
The Norfolk Admirals returned home Friday to face off against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the American League affiliate of the New York Islanders. Prior to the Friday night matchup, Norfolk […]
After securing three points last weekend against the Portland Pirates, the Norfolk Admirals continued their five game home stand against the Charlotte Checkers, the top affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes. […]
The 2013-2014 season will represent 20 years in the NHL for the Anaheim Ducks franchise. During that span, the team has undergone a dramatic transformation. In the first years of […]
As spring turns to summer pro hockey players go back to their hometowns or off-season residences. That’s also the case for 20-year-old Ducks player Devante Smith-Pelly who is back home […]
It’s unfortunate the Anaheim Ducks season came to a screeching halt on May 12th; however; the Anaheim organization’s future is a bright one with explosive forward Emerson Etem. Goaltending is […]
It was midway through the third period last Monday night when I peered down toward the ice at Honda Center and noticed something a bit…different. Daniel Winnik, the team’s leading […]
The summer of 2012 was one of great change for the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals. Having been affiliated with Tampa Bay and winning the Calder Cup in 2011/2012 in one of […]
With a full season NHL lockout looming, the top affiliate club of the Anaheim Ducks have made sure that their ducklings are well taking care of in the AHL. The […]
The second week of October usually signals the beginning of the NHL season but instead, it’s the American Hockey League that has the spotlight. The NHL lockout has forced numerous players to find a new rink to skate in overseas while others have migrated down to the AHL.
While the Providence Bruins may not play stacked, lockout-saturated teams such as the Oklahoma City Barons or Toronto Marlies, there are plenty of key games where fans will get to witness NHL-talent on the AHL-level. Plus, it’s professional hockey, automatically giving the AHL an advantage over the NHL…for now. Here are some key P-Bruins home games for the 2012-13 season.
We have already seen spurts of future NHL talent who may be seeing full-time NHL action this coming season. I am of course talking about talent such as Mika Zibanejad […]