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Monarchs hang on to win Game 1
May 21, 2015Michael Mersch scored twice as the Manchester Monarchs opened the AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals with a 3-2 win over the Hartford Wolf Pack in Game 1 on Thursday night.
Series Snapshot: Monarchs vs. Wolf Pack
May 21, 2015A snapshot preview of the 2015 Eastern Conference Finals series between the Manchester Monarchs and the Hartford Wolf Pack...
Series Snapshot: Comets vs. Griffins
May 21, 2015A snapshot preview of the 2015 Western Conference Finals series between the Utica Comets and the Grand Rapids Griffins...
AHL Morning Skate: May 21
May 21, 2015Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
Comets to face Griffins in West Finals
May 21, 2015The American Hockey League has announced the following schedule for the Western Conference Finals in the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs:
Markstrom, Comets win Game 7 duel
May 20, 2015Alexandre Grenier broke a scoreless tie with 12:49 left and Jacob Markstrom made 35 saves for his first career playoff shutout as Utica advanced to the Western Conference Finals with a 1-0 win over Oklahoma City in Game 7.
Virtanen creates buzz with pro debut
May 20, 2015Vancouver Canucks nation is buzzing about prospect Jake Virtanen after his professional debut on Monday.
Maple Leafs make AHL coaching changes
May 19, 2015Toronto Maple Leafs assistant general manager Kyle Dubas announced changes to the Toronto Marlies coaching staff on Tuesday, as Gord Dineen will not return as head coach.
AHL Morning Skate: May 20
May 20, 2015Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
Bertuzzi the surprise of postseason for Griffins
May 19, 2015The Grand Rapids Griffins found something in Tyler Bertuzzi that had been missing from the team since Mitch Callahan was lost to a knee injury in February.
Marchessault quietly fills Lightning role
May 19, 2015When Jonathan Marchessault was promoted to the Lightning from Syracuse in early April, he immediately searched out his buddy Vlad Namestnikov for a few laughs. But as NHL rookies, the idea is to be seen and not heard.
Coyotes' AHL coaches not renewed
May 18, 2015The Arizona Coyotes announced Monday that the contracts for their American Hockey League coaching staff will not be renewed.
Barons push back, force Game 7
May 19, 2015Richard Bachman made 33 saves as the Oklahoma City Barons staved off elimination with a 2-1 win over the Utica Comets in Game 6 of their Western Conference semifinal series at the Utica Memorial Auditorium on Monday night.
Syracuse to host 2016 AHL All-Star Classic
May 18, 2015American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced today that the AHL Board of Governors has unanimously approved the selection of the Syracuse Crunch as host of the 2016 AHL All-Star Classic.
AHL Morning Skate: May 18
May 18, 2015Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
Griffins finish off IceHogs in five
May 17, 2015The Grand Rapids Griffins have advanced to the AHL’s Western Conference Finals for the second time in three seasons, finishing off the Rockford IceHogs with a 5-3 win in Game 5 on Sunday afternoon.
Team USA wins bronze as Hellebuyck sparkles
May 17, 2015Connor Hellebuyck, who led the AHL in minutes played and saves and ranked second in wins as a rookie in 2014-15, pitched a 39-save shutout Sunday as the United States won bronze at the 2015 IIHF World Championships.
Murray strums favor with Pens organization
May 17, 2015Music, Matt Murray insists, provides the ultimate respite from hockey. Not that he needed much of one this season. The sounds Murray made off the ice didn't come close to the noise he made on it.
AHL Morning Skate: May 17
May 17, 2015Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
Gernander returns to the Eastern Conference Finals
May 17, 2015When the Hartford Wolf Pack last played in the Eastern Conference Finals, Ken Gernander was 34 years old and completing the second-to-last season of his playing career.
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