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Zacha's defense fits Devils' design
May 5, 2016Pavel Zacha is absorbing valuable pro experience in Albany, but is not expected to have a long AHL career. The 19-year-old forward is solidly entrenched in the future for the New Jersey Devils.
AHL Morning Skate: May 5
May 5, 2016Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
Devils skate into Toronto and take Game 1
May 4, 2016The league’s second-ranked defense stifled its top-rated offense, and the result was a 2-1 victory by the Albany Devils in Game 1 of the North Division Finals at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto on Wednesday night.
Penguins blank Bears in Game 1
May 4, 2016Rested and ready, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins opened the Atlantic Division Finals with a 4-0 win over the Hershey Bears at Giant Center on Wednesday night.
Baron named Official Ring Supplier to AHL
May 4, 2016The American Hockey League announced today that the league has partnered with Baron Championship Rings, naming them the Official Championship Ring Supplier for the AHL.
Series snapshot: Bears vs. Penguins
May 4, 2016A snapshot preview of the Atlantic Division Finals between the Hershey Bears and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins...
Series snapshot: Marlies vs. Devils
May 4, 2016A snapshot preview of the North Division Finals between the Toronto Marlies and the Albany Devils...
Series snapshot: Monsters vs. Griffins
May 4, 2016A snapshot preview of the Central Division Finals between the Lake Erie Monsters and the Grand Rapids Griffins...
Series snapshot: Reign vs. Gulls
May 4, 2016A snapshot preview of the Pacific Division Finals between the Ontario Reign and the San Diego Gulls...
Success flowing through Stars pipeline
May 4, 2016On Tuesday night, Curtis McKenzie made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut and became the latest example of the Dallas Stars tapping into their Texas Stars pipeline, which has carried prospects between Dallas and Cedar Park for eight years.
AHL Morning Skate: May 4
May 4, 2016Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
Morris heading to St. Lawrence University
May 3, 2016St. Lawrence University today announced that it has hired Charlotte Checkers head coach Mark Morris as its new head coach.
Czarnik a big talent in a small body
May 2, 2016Austin Czarnik is the Bruins’ full-time AHL player closest to competing for an NHL job next year. Czarnik had a two-goal, one-assist performance in Providence’s season-ending 5-4 double-overtime loss to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Sprong getting a chance to shine
May 1, 2016It was the dead of winter when 14-year-old Daniel Sprong first arrived in Wilkes-Barre in 2012. Back then, almost no one could have predicted that in four years, he’d be a key part of the AHL Penguins' run in the Calder Cup Playoffs.
Pa. rivals to meet in second round
May 1, 2016The second round of the 2016 Calder Cup Playoffs are set, and will begin Wednesday night when the Hershey Bears host the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.
Hershey hangs on to sink Pirates
May 1, 2016The Hershey Bears are heading to the second round of the 2016 Calder Cup Playoffs are hanging on for a 2-1 win over the Portland Pirates in their winner-take-all Game 5 on Sunday evening.
AHL Morning Skate: May 1
May 1, 2016Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest from around the Calder Cup Playoffs in today's Morning Skate.
AHL announces suspension
April 30, 2016Utica Comets defenseman Jon Landry has been suspended for one (1) game as a consequence of a match penalty for an illegal check to the head of an opponent in a playoff game vs. Albany on Apr. 28.
Green gains recognition with another solid season
April 30, 2016The sting of the season's early completion was still fresh. But Travis Green said he was proud of his Utica Comets after a challenging year that featured numerous call-ups, injuries, trades and new faces in the lineup.
Peters blanks Pirates to force Game 5
April 30, 2016Justin Peters made 19 saves for his first career Calder Cup Playoff shutout as Hershey blanked Portland, 2-0, in Game 4 of their Atlantic Division semifinal series on Saturday night.
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