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Noesen determined to return again
Stefan Noesen has had two career-threatening injuries, and he's only 21. He's already learned to cope with adversity, but he also has learned patience, even when impatience is his default position.
Senators' game rounding back into shape
After leading the entire AHL in goals scored last year, the reigning 2013-14 East Division champion Binghamton Senators find themselves in search…
Rookie Hudon makes it look easy
Eighteen games into his first pro season, Charles Hudon is leading the AHL's rookie scoring race and tied for the fifth-highest point tally in the…
Canucks, Islanders make trade
The Vancouver Canucks have acquired defenseman Andrey Pedan from the New York Islanders in exchange for forward Alexandre Mallet and a third-round…
Pastrnak youngest in both AHL and NHL
The youngest player in the American Hockey League this season became the youngest player in the National Hockey League on Monday night.
Sissons set for super sophomore season
When it comes to players to watch this season in Milwaukee, forward Colton Sissons is player that should be near the top of anyone’s list.
Checkers to return to Coliseum in 2015-16
The Charlotte Checkers announced that they have reached a tentative agreement with the Charlotte Regional Visitors’ Authority to return to…
AHL announces suspension
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins right wing Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond has been suspended for one (1) game as a consequence of an illegal check to…
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