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#AHLOTB: Ranford’s success written in the stars
February 11, 2016Even with a famous name and high hockey IQ, Texas Stars right winger Brendan Ranford has to work every day to make his NHL dream a reality.
Amerks' Justin Bailey is Sabres bound
February 11, 2016In need of a forward due to injuries, the Buffalo Sabres have recalled Justin Bailey. Bailey flew with the team to Philadelphia and could make his NHL debut against the Flyers.
Sommer sets career wins record with No. 637
February 10, 2016Roy Sommer of the San Jose Barracuda earned his 637th regular-season win as a head coach in the American Hockey League on Wednesday night, becoming the winningest coach in the 80-year history of the circuit. Peaks and valleys in Grand Rapids
February 9, 2016Grand Rapids Griffins fans might have been left dizzy after the first four months of the American Hockey League season. After a 2-8-0-1 start, a franchise-record 15-game winning streak sent the Griffins soaring up the AHL standings.
#AHLOTB: Binghamton's rookie class
February 8, 2016Professional hockey players follow similar paths to get to their goal though there may be a couple different turns along the way. That proves to be no different with four players of the Binghamton Senators rookie class.
Vrana named CCM/AHL Player of the Week
February 8, 2016After recording seven points in three games, Hershey Bears left wing Jakub Vrana has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Feb. 7, 2016.
Folin reaps Iowa benefits
February 8, 2016When defenseman Christian Folin was assigned to Iowa in late November, Head Coach Mike Yeo said there was no plan as to how long he would spend in the American Hockey League.
Nothing came easy for Penguins' Mouillierat
February 7, 2016Kael Mouillierat tried not to question if he made the right career choice, but after going undrafted and then spending three seasons unable to break into the AHL full-time, he couldn’t help it. Fortunately for Mouillierat, those thoughts are a thing of the past.
#AHLOTB: Sharks reflect on time with Sommer
February 5, 2016Sommer’s ability to loosen up the room with his easy-going personality and quirky sense of humor is just one reason why he could surpass Fred “Bun” Cook’s 60-year-old record of 636 AHL wins this weekend with a Barracuda victory over the Ontario Reign.
Leighton on verge of breaking shutout record
February 5, 2016Leighton is on the verge of breaking the all-time American Hockey League shutout record that Hockey Hall of Famer Johnny Bower has held since 1957. The Rockford IceHogs goalie can pick up his 46th AHL shutout as soon as Friday.
Pair of long-standing records soon to fall
February 5, 2016Last weekend, San Jose Barracuda head coach Roy Sommer and Rockford IceHogs goaltender Michael Leighton equaled sought-after records set by a pair of honored members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
AHL extends agreement with Extenet Systems
February 5, 2016The American Hockey League has announced a renewed agreement with ExteNet Systems, Inc., the leading independent provider of distributed networks enabling outdoor and indoor wireless connectivity, as the league's official and exclusive arena wireless network provider.
AHL announces suspension
February 4, 2016The American Hockey League today announced that Lake Erie Monsters defenseman Jaime Sifers has been suspended for two (2) games as a consequence of a slew-footing incident in a game vs. Texas on Jan. 29.
Pirates name Nick Vitucci assistant coach
February 4, 2016Portland Pirates General Manager Eric Joyce today announced the hire of Nick Vitucci as the team’s new Assistant Coach. He will take over the Assistant Coach’s job vacated by Scott Allen when he assumed head coaching duties on January 1.
#AHLOTB: Stockton goalies turn season around
February 4, 2016Using six different goalies by Black Friday may not have been the plan, but the Stockton Heat have settled on their two guys, both of which coach Ryan Huska said are responsible for the Heat's season turnaround.
Marlies to have new logo in 2016-17
February 3, 2016The Toronto Maple Leafs unveiled a new logo that will serve as the team’s primary mark beginning with the 2016-17 season, and in keeping with past traditions, the Toronto Marlies will also adopt the new mark and incorporate the historic Marlies crown into the logo.
Grant, Bardreau, Leighton win monthly honors
February 3, 2016Stockton Heat center Derek Grant, Lehigh Valley Phantoms right wing Cole Bardreau and Rockford IceHogs goaltender Michael Leighton have been selected as the league's award winners for January.
Phantoms' McDonald named week's best
February 3, 2016The American Hockey League announced today that Lehigh Valley Phantoms right wing Colin McDonald has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Jan. 31, 2016.
AHL standouts dream of NHL success
February 3, 2016The future of the NHL was on display at War Memorial Arena in Syracuse for the AHL All-Star Classic, and some players came into the weekend already with a taste of what it's like to play in the NHL. Bears climbing Atlantic standings
February 3, 2016The Hershey Bears do not slip under the radar in the American Hockey League very often. This season might be an exception, at least for now. The Washington Capitals affiliate has at least a point in nine straight games.
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