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628 AHL alumni on NHL opening-night rosters
October 7, 2015As the National Hockey League embarks on its 2015-16 season today, the American Hockey League is proud to have 628 graduates on NHL opening-day rosters, making up more than 84 percent of the NHL’s player pool to begin its campaign.
Pouliot ready to work his way back up
October 7, 2015The 21-year-old isn’t bitter about not making Pittsburgh’s roster. He said he understands the decision and being sent down to a place that’s familiar – Pouliot played 31 games for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton last season, helps make the transition easier.
Boston loans Smith to Iowa
October 6, 2015The Boston Bruins on Tuesday announced that they have assigned goaltender Jeremy Smith to the Iowa Wild, AHL affiliate of the Minnesota Wild.
AHL Live announces early-bird deals
October 6, 2015The American Hockey League and NeuLion, Inc., announced today that early-bird pricing on AHL Live packages for the 2015-16 season is now available.
Cup champs Berube, O'Neill on move
October 6, 2015A pair of 2015 Calder Cup champions were on the move Tuesday afternoon as National Hockey League teams started finalizing their rosters for the start of the 2015-16 season.
AHL announces staff addition
October 6, 2015American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced today that Shawn Flanagan has been named Manager of Hockey Operations for the AHL.
Gulls a boon to youth hockey in San Diego
October 6, 2015More and more over the past decade, athletes born and raised in San Diego have removed the novelty of top-notch players coming out of the region. And the arrival of the AHL is expected to intensify the boom in youth hockey in San Diego.
Condon's time is now
October 5, 2015Mike Condon was a standout at Montreal Canadiens training camp, and on Monday, general manager Marc Bergevin made it official, naming the 25-year-old as Carey Price’s backup to start the 2015-16 campaign.
AHL announces suspensions
October 5, 2015The American Hockey League today announced the following suspensions...
Flames acquire Hamilton from Colorado
October 4, 2015The Calgary Flames, parent club of the AHL's Stockton Heat, announced Sunday that they have acquired center Freddie Hamilton from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft.
IceCaps help fuel family's rivalry
October 4, 2015Sometimes the game doesn’t even have to start to get a sense of a rivalry on ice. It was probably best for the trio of brothers to be separated as they embraced a chance to watch the St. John’s IceCaps tangle with the Toronto Marlies in Corner Brook.
Barracuda affiliation gives Sharks advantage
October 3, 2015All the American Hockey League teams that relocated to California have their own specific advantages to their parent clubs. But the San Jose Barracuda give the Sharks the greatest hockey operations benefit of all the groups.
UND alums cherish return to Ralph
October 3, 2015The Manitoba Moose arrived in Grand Forks early Friday afternoon for their American Hockey League preseason game against the Iowa Wild, a nostalgic one for three players on the ice.
#AHLFanFridays: Jimmy Murphy
October 2, 2015Each week leading up #AHLOpeningNight on Friday, Oct. 9, the AHL will honor one of our many dedicated, passionate fans as the Fan of the Week as part of the #AHLFanFridays campaign. This week: Jimmy Murphy.
Pasquale on the rebound with IceCaps
October 2, 2015Looking good and feeling good, Eddie Pasquale is on the comeback trail with the St. John's IceCaps, looking to rebound from hip problems that required two surgeries
AHL Hall of Fame announces Class of 2016
October 2, 2015Bruce Cline, Ralph Keller, Jean-Francois Labbe and Bruce Landon have been selected for induction into the American Hockey League Hall of Fame as the Class of 2016.
MacIntyre honors late uncle with new number
October 1, 2015In addition to the shiny new pads he sported for the start of training camp, Drew MacIntyre will also have a new number, 22, on his jersey. It’s a chance to add a touch of personal significance.
Green ready for third season with Utica
September 30, 2015Travis Green said the last two seasons with the Utica Comets have been great. He's back for more.
Little things are key for Spooner
September 30, 2015With a chance to start the season on the Boston Bruins’ third line, Ryan Spooner knows he has to spend time on the parts of his game that need to be stronger, including faceoffs, defensive play, and moving without the puck.
Wideman quietly impressing Ottawa
September 30, 2015It has been a fairly quiet training camp for Chris Wideman, who appears on the cusp of landing an NHL job for the first time in his career by taking the spot left open by Chris Phillips. Low key is just fine by Wideman and the Senators’ coaching staff.
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