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Paek to lead Korean hockey program
July 23, 2014The Grand Rapids Griffins on Wednesday announced that longtime assistant coach Jim Paek has accepted a position as the director of hockey for the Korea Ice Hockey Association and head coach of the Korean Men’s National Team.
Veilleux joins Norfolk as assistant coach
July 22, 2014The Anaheim Ducks and Norfolk Admirals announced today that Eric Veilleux has been named an assistant coach at Norfolk, Anaheim's primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League.
AHL time has served Connolly well
July 22, 2014Since he turned pro, Brett Connolly has had to change his game to become a more complete player. Now he can't wait to show Lightning GM Steve Yzerman and head coach Jon Cooper how much he's developed.
Blues sign Welsh
July 21, 2014The St. Louis Blues, NHL affiliate of the AHL's Chicago Wolves, have signed forward Jeremy Welsh to a one-year, two-way contact.
Milwaukee signs Grant, Madore
July 21, 2014The Milwaukee Admirals announced today that they have signed forward Triston Grant and goaltender Rob Madore to AHL contracts for the 2014-15 season.
Prospects in goal bode well for Sabres
July 21, 2014If the team’s development camp was any indication, the Buffalo Sabres have plenty of options in goal in the future.
Pens' McNeill ready to be noticed
July 21, 2014For better or worse, the Pittsburgh Penguins' deep pool of defensive prospects get a lot of attention. And with good reason. But Reid McNeill doesn't garner nearly as much attention as the others, and he'd like to change that.
Ottawa wisely stocking B-Sens with leadership
July 21, 2014A side effect of the Ottawa Senators having a wealth of young talent in their system was the lack of battle-tested veterans on the AHL roster, and could be one of the reasons Binghamton fizzled down the stretch in 2013-14.
Ritchie brings Calder Cup home
July 21, 2014After finishing his first full season playing right wing in the American Hockey League for the Texas Stars, Brett Ritchie brought the league championship trophy home last week.
Penguins' Archibald adjusting to pros
July 18, 2014It's a bit of an unconventional pipeline, but the Pittsburgh Penguins have established something of a connection with the U. of Nebraska-Omaha, one that could help them address what has been a defenseman-heavy imbalance among their prospects.
AHL Saves of the Year
July 17, 2014SendtoNews presents the AHL Saves of the Year from the 2013-14 season...
New Marlies coach ready to compete
July 17, 2014If there’s a franchise buzz phrase in Leafland these days, it’s “compete level.” So perhaps it makes sense that this week the club promoted Gord Dineen to the position of head coach of the Toronto Marlies, the Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate.
Monarchs introduce new coach Stothers
July 17, 2014Coming back to the American Hockey League is like coming home for Mike Stothers. The 52-year-old Toronto native was introduced as the fourth head coach of the Manchester Monarchs at a press conference Wednesday.
Barons' Thompson promoted to Edmonton
July 16, 2014The Edmonton Oilers announced today that they have appointed Rocky Thompson as an assistant coach.
Opportunity awaits Erixon in Columbus
July 16, 2014Tim Erixon knows this is an extremely important juncture in his career. He hasn’t yet played a full season in the NHL but he has taken a big step and established himself as a top-flight defenseman in the AHL.
Blues sign Ferriero
July 16, 2014The St. Louis Blues, NHL affiliate of the AHL's Chicago Wolves, have signed forward Benn Ferriero to a one-year, two-way contract.
Checkers agree to terms with Hagel, Aleardi
July 16, 2014The Charlotte Checkers have agreed to terms with forwards Kyle Hagel and Alex Aleardi.
Rampage sled hockey player to receive ESPY
July 16, 2014San Antonio Rampage Sled Hockey player Josh Sweeney will receive the inaugural Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2014 ESPY Awards, airing on Wednesday.
Dineen named head coach of Marlies
July 15, 2014The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Tuesday that Gord Dineen has been named head coach of the American Hockey League’s Toronto Marlies. Dineen becomes the fifth head coach in Marlies franchise history.
Huska introduced as Flames' head coach
July 15, 2014When Ryan Huska took the job as Adirondack Flames head coach, his memories of Glens Falls consisted of a restaurant and a lot of snow. He's about to become a lot more familiar with the area.
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