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Vatrano scores four to lead Bruins
October 11, 2015Playing in just his seventh professional game, Frank Vatrano scored four times on Sunday afternoon as the Providence Bruins defeated the Portland Pirates, 6-4.
Dynamic duo leads new-look Pirates
October 11, 2015The head coach really didn’t expect to spend his working life standing behind a hockey bench. The assistant never had any doubt. Now here they are together for a third time, this time leading the Portland Pirates.
Gulls finally land back on San Diego ice
October 11, 2015Fully three hours before the drop of the first puck, the first tent was pitched in the parking lot. Given that it was a balmy 95 or so on the asphalt Saturday, the shade was appreciated by all in the sizable tailgate party. The really cool thing, however, was waiting inside.
Eager crowd turns out for Heat opener
October 11, 2015Being able to say they saw the first Stockton Heat game in franchise history was motivation for Yuba City’s Landon Malone and Donovan Fuller to drive south.
Bears' Bourque reaches 500 points
October 11, 2015In his return to the Hershey Bears, Chris Bourque wasted little time reaching a career milestone.
Reign sign Emery to tryout
October 10, 2015The Ontario Reign, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League, have agreed to a professional tryout with goaltender Ray Emery.
Admirals' goal is to get back to playoffs
October 10, 2015Last season, the Milwaukee Admirals had only one win in their last 13 games to miss the playoffs for just the fourth time in franchise history. Their coach thinks one of the reasons his squad can return to the postseason is improved depth.
Phantoms' Pyett diagnosed with sarcoma
October 9, 2015Defenseman Logan Pyett of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the Philadelphia Flyers' AHL affiliate, has been diagnosed with a form of cancer and will be out indefinitely.
AHL's 80th season opens
October 9, 2015Just 118 days after the Calder Cup was handed out, the American Hockey League is ready to drop the puck on its 80th-anniversary season with five games on Friday night.
AHL, PHPA ratify new CBA
October 9, 2015The American Hockey League and the Professional Hockey Players’ Association today announced the ratification of a new four-year Collective Bargaining Agreement. New-look AHL drops puck
October 9, 2015For the first time in the American Hockey League’s history, Opening Night will include California-based franchises when the league’s 80th season kicks off.
McKenna's journey again leads to Portland
October 8, 2015Mike McKenna’s journey from his hometown St. Louis to Portland has taken him through 11 organizations, nine American Hockey League cities and four NHL cities.
628 AHL alumni on NHL opening-night rosters
October 7, 2015As the National Hockey League embarks on its 2015-16 season today, the American Hockey League is proud to have 628 graduates on NHL opening-day rosters, making up more than 84 percent of the NHL’s player pool to begin its campaign.
Pouliot ready to work his way back up
October 7, 2015The 21-year-old isn’t bitter about not making Pittsburgh’s roster. He said he understands the decision and being sent down to a place that’s familiar – Pouliot played 31 games for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton last season, helps make the transition easier.
Boston loans Smith to Iowa
October 6, 2015The Boston Bruins on Tuesday announced that they have assigned goaltender Jeremy Smith to the Iowa Wild, AHL affiliate of the Minnesota Wild.
AHL Live announces early-bird deals
October 6, 2015The American Hockey League and NeuLion, Inc., announced today that early-bird pricing on AHL Live packages for the 2015-16 season is now available.
Cup champs Berube, O'Neill on move
October 6, 2015A pair of 2015 Calder Cup champions were on the move Tuesday afternoon as National Hockey League teams started finalizing their rosters for the start of the 2015-16 season.
AHL announces staff addition
October 6, 2015American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced today that Shawn Flanagan has been named Manager of Hockey Operations for the AHL.
Gulls a boon to youth hockey in San Diego
October 6, 2015More and more over the past decade, athletes born and raised in San Diego have removed the novelty of top-notch players coming out of the region. And the arrival of the AHL is expected to intensify the boom in youth hockey in San Diego.
Condon's time is now
October 5, 2015Mike Condon was a standout at Montreal Canadiens training camp, and on Monday, general manager Marc Bergevin made it official, naming the 25-year-old as Carey Price’s backup to start the 2015-16 campaign.
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