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Victor Rask hearing good things from 'Canes
September 30, 2014Carolina Hurricanes coach Bill Peters keeps mentioning Victor Rask and the good things he has done in training camp. That’s reassuring to Rask, 21, a Swedish center hoping to make the Canes’ roster.
Varone focused on proving people wrong
September 30, 2014When so many coaches and scouts and executives figured he had plateaued, Phil Varone always seems to make them reconsider. Which is just what he plans to do again.
Falcons equipment manager reaching 3,000 games
September 29, 2014It's safe to say that there may not be another person in North America who has seen as many AHL games as Ralph Calvanese has, being with the team both home and away for one season after another.
Fans win in first game at PPL Center
September 28, 2014The Battle on Hamilton wasn't so much about who scored the goals and who won the game, but about the drop of the puck for the first professional hockey exhibition in the Lehigh Valley.
Worcester signs defenseman Taormina
September 26, 2014The Worcester Sharks announced on Friday that the club has signed defenseman Matt Taormina to an AHL contract for the 2014-15 season.
Johnson, Palat seek to build on breakout seasons
September 26, 2014After finishing the 2013-14 campaign as Calder Trophy finalists, Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat look to continue making their mark in the NHL.
Morin looking to contribute with Dallas
September 25, 2014After a prolific season in the AHL, Travis Morin looks to build on that success just north of Cedar Park Center.
Fraser's goal: Score spot with Bruins
September 25, 2014After wowing in last year's playoffs with Boston, Matt Fraser has one goal: Stay in the NHL.
Marchessault fitting right in
September 25, 2014Jonathan Marchessault has been on Tampa Bay head coach Jon Cooper's radar since long before the forward showed up for the Lightning's training camp.
AHL announces front-office addition
September 25, 2014American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced today that Kinsey Janke has been named Coordinator of Digital Media and Communications for the AHL.
AHL partners with Upper Deck
September 25, 2014The American Hockey League, the Professional Hockey Players' Association and Upper Deck announced today a partnership that sees Upper Deck become the league's exclusive official and nationally distributed trading card licensee.
PHATS/SPHEM honors Bears' Stuck
September 24, 2014Long-time Hershey Bears trainer Dan "Beaker" Stuck was recently honored with a career achievement award from the Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers Society and the Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers.
Springfield extends affiliation with Columbus
September 23, 2014The Springfield Falcons and the Columbus Blue Jackets announced today the extension of the clubs' affiliation through the 2015-16 season.
Old rink, new team for Mouillierat
September 23, 2014Kael Mouillierat signed as a free agent with the New York Islanders in July, but started the 2014-15 season right back in St. John's.
Bergeron reflects on time in Providence
September 22, 2014Ten years ago he was a teenager, still learning. It was only his second year of pro hockey, his second year living away from home. On Sunday, Patrice Bergeron played a game in Providence for the first time since that 2004-05 season.
Borowiecki learns tricks of the trade
September 22, 2014Near the tail end of the Ottawa Senators’ practice Saturday, new assistant coach Jason Smith took defenseman Mark Borowiecki aside for a moment to talk about the finer points of his position. Borowiecki was all ears.
Bulldogs' ice maker keeps his cool
September 19, 2014Scott Ridehalgh is no stranger to repetition. "Over and over and over," he says. "I drive eight hours a day and I always end up in the same spot."
2014 preseason schedule set
September 19, 2014The American Hockey League announced today its composite 2014 preseason schedule, leading up to the start of the league’s 79th campaign.
Jurco hoping to stick in Detroit
September 18, 2014As much as Tomas Jurco likes Grand Rapids, he hopes his visit to the city Wednesday will be his last in a long time. No offense. “I just wish Grand Rapids had an NHL team. That’s how much I love Grand Rapids,” he said.
Meech overcame health scare to win Cup
September 18, 2014Derek Meech will soon have a Calder Cup ring to line up next to his Stanley Cup and Memorial Cup rings — not a bad collection at all. The latest championship, though, carries special meaning.
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