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Cleveland signs Aaron Palushaj
October 1, 2016The AHL’s defending Calder Cup Champions announced that the team has signed forward Aaron Palushaj to an AHL contract for the 2016-17 season.
Ryan Johnston eyes Montreal roster spot
October 1, 2016Last season, Ryan Johnston tallied 12 assists in 37 games with the St. John's Ice Caps, but it was an unexpected phone call following a Saturday night game that made the setbacks, sacrifice, and training all worthwhile. It was his call-up to the NHL.
Columbus giving Werenski power play opportunities
October 1, 2016The Blue Jackets aren’t easing Zach Werenski into his freshman campaign. The 19-year-old had a fantastic professional debut. He was a major catalyst on the Lake Erie Monsters’ defense, scoring 14 points en route to the Calder Cup championship.
Czarnik hoping to exceed expectations
September 30, 2016Between killing penalties, playing at the point on power plays and his even-strength shifts for the Providence Bruins, Austin Czarnik scored 20 goals and 61 points in 68 games — seventh on the AHL scoring list.
Tucson GM: "being competitive now-now-now"
September 30, 2016Doug Soetaert understands how to achieve at the highest level. Now he’s in Tucson, as general manager of the new AHL Roadrunners, working to help young players achieve that same dream — and to get back to the NHL himself.
Leland Irving is hoping for another win in his life
September 30, 2016In Penguins training camp on a pro tryout contract, Leland Irving is beginning to find what Pittsburgh is all about. One of those being the Penguins’ affiliation with UPMC, raising money for cancer research and patient care, something Irving identifies closely with.
New coach takes the reins at Wild's AHL affiliate
September 30, 2016Derek Lalonde is a former goalie at SUNY-Cortland who had aspirations of being a gym teacher and high school hockey coach. But his hockey coaching career took off instead.
AHL Hall of Fame announces Class of 2017
September 29, 2016Billy Dea, Bryan Helmer, Rob Murray and Doug Yingst have been selected for induction into the American Hockey League Hall of Fame as the Class of 2017.
Grant hoping to secure Sabres roster spot
September 28, 2016There is one forward spot open in Buffalo, and Derek Grant is pushing hard to secure it. Grant continued to be the surprising star of training camp Tuesday, scoring once and adding two assists in Buffalo’s 3-2 overtime victory against Ottawa.
Brossoit determined to find NHL form
September 28, 2016Laurent Brossoit's five games in the Edmonton Oilers net last season didn’t quite go as he or the team had hoped. But, he believes the lessons learned last winter have made him a better goalie this year.
Lagace off to strong start in camp
September 28, 2016Maxime Lagace, a guy who was barely on the radar among Dallas goaltending prospects a couple of years ago, is putting himself in position to be the Dallas Stars' No. 3 goaltender heading into this season.
Adrian Kempe preparing for a statement season
September 27, 2016Adrian Kempe scored 11 goals and 28 points last season for the Ontario Reign.There are job openings, particularly on the Kings’ third and fourth lines, and there’s little doubt that Kempe could get a good look from the coaches as training camp continues.
From Croatia, Rendulic hopes to make history
September 27, 2016After a solid season with the San Antonio Rampage, the Vancouver Canucks appear to be giving Croatia-born Borna Rendulic a fair chance, playing the 24-year-old winger at training camp alongside Sven Baertschi and Bo Horvat.
Scherbak is out to earn roster spot in Montreal
September 26, 2016Nikita Scherbak is hopeful that his sophomore year in the pros will be far more memorable than his freshman campaign. A now healthy Scherbak is back to the business of fighting for a roster spot in Montreal.
Nathan Lieuwen out to prove how good he can be
September 26, 2016Just a few years ago, Nathan Lieuwen was an up-and-coming goaltending prospect in the Buffalo Sabres organization. Now, he is healthy, in camp with the Colorado Avalanche on an AHL contract and looking to get his career back on track.
Dell, Grosenick hope to seize opportunity with Sharks
September 25, 2016This season, the Sharks will have to decide whether to seek a backup goalie from outside the organization or go the distance with one of from their own stable. To that extent, Aaron Dell and Troy Grosenick could be excused for feeling a sense of urgency.
Fresh off Calder Cup, Falk aiming for job with Sabres
September 25, 2016Justin Falk, fresh off a Calder Cup win with the (then) Lake Erie Monsters, has his sights set on earning a job on defense with the Buffalo Sabres.
Bednar paid his dues on way to becoming Avs coach
September 25, 2016Jared Bednar ate, slept, breathed and lived hockey growing up in rural Saskatchewan. From years of playing and coaching, Bednar has more than earned his stint with the Colorado Avalanche.
Kostopoulos keeping future options open
September 23, 2016While his NHL playing days are over and his future after this season is unclear, Tom Kostopoulos has proven he can still contribute at the AHL level. He registered 19 goals with the Penguins last season, along with 52 points.
Walter Bush (1929-2016)
September 23, 2016Walter Bush, the former AHL team owner, USA Hockey president and primary founder of the Minnesota North Stars, died Thursday. He was 86.
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