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AHL announces suspensions
March 31, 2015The American Hockey League today announced the following suspensions...
Accountability plays a big role in Penguins' success
March 31, 2015Under a structured system led by coach John Hynes, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins' dominating defensive play continues to bring them success on the ice.
Wolves' Rattie named AHL Player of the Week
March 30, 2015With seven points in three wins during a crucial weekend, Chicago Wolves right wing Ty Rattie has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Mar. 29, 2015.
A resilient nature keeps paying off for Froese
March 30, 2015No setback has been too big tor Byron Froese, and the Toronto Marlies forward uses determination and consistency to keep his name in the forefront of people's minds.
Hershey heads back to the playoffs
March 29, 2015The Hershey Bears defeated the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 4-3 on Sunday, earning the second spot in the Eastern Conference playoff picture.
Milano takes next step in Springfield
March 29, 2015With the Springfield Falcons in a fight for their playoff lives as the regular season hits its final stretch, they got a bit of good news when Sonny Milano made his professional debut Friday night vs. Worcester.
Monarchs first to clinch playoff berth
March 29, 2015The Manchester Monarchs have punched their ticket to the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs, and will head to the postseason for the 13th time in 14 seasons in the AHL.
Koekkoek making big strides with Syracuse
March 27, 2015While countless Crunch graduates are helping Tampa Bay to one of the best records in the NHL this season, Slater Koekkoek is part of a core group of up-and-comers honing their craft in Syracuse while waiting for the opportunity up top.
AHL Highlights of the Week
March 27, 2015SendtoNews presents the latest edition of the AHL Highlights of the Week...
Consistency is key for Chaput and the Falcons
March 26, 2015The Springfield Falcons are locked in a battle for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. And after a seemingly inconceivable string of injuries, the deck may be stacked against them — but Michael Chaput knows that they’re capable of getting to the postseason.
Chiarot's dream being realized in Winnipeg
March 26, 2015Blossoming under big minutes and even bigger responsibility, Ben Chiarot has been busy authoring the tale of an exceptional rookie campaign in Winnipeg.
Stars’ strong ATO tradition helps playoff push
March 26, 2015Fresh off college or junior careers, promising amateur tryout players have become a springtime staple of the Texas Stars’ playoff push.
Flames' Poirier shining in rookie season
March 25, 2015Emile Poirier's dad has now seen him play in the AHL All-Star Classic and in the NHL. Not bad for a 20-year-old who could still be playing in juniors.
Crunch to honor NBA's Nationals
March 24, 2015The Syracuse Crunch will honor the 60th anniversary of the Syracuse Nationals winning the 1954-55 NBA title prior to the Crunch's game against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on April 10.
AHL announces suspension
March 24, 2015The American Hockey League today announced that Albany Devils right wing Cam Janssen has been suspended for two (2) games as a consequence of an interference incident in a game vs. Hartford on Mar. 22.
Sharks' Lerg named Player of the Week
March 23, 2015The American Hockey League announced today that Worcester Sharks left wing Bryan Lerg has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Mar. 22, 2015.
Penguins' Murray sets another record
March 23, 2015Matt Murray set a record for shutouts by an AHL rookie, stopping 32 shots in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton's 3-0 win at Lehigh Valley on Sunday evening.
AHL announces suspensions
March 22, 2015The American Hockey League has announced the following suspensions...
Panthers' Thornton joins exclusive group
March 21, 2015Florida Panthers forward Shawn Thornton made history on Saturday night, becoming just the third player in history to skate in at least 600 regular-season games in both the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League.
Life-threatening injury just a minor setback for Bunz
March 21, 2015Almost a year to the day that an errant puck nearly took it all away from Tyler Bunz, the goaltender looks to be no worse for wear, moving his way up from the ECHL to the Oklahoma City Barons.
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