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Category Archives: AHL On The Beat

The Tick and the Tilt: Lukas Bengtsson’s Battle Back to Health
by Nick Hart | AHL On The Beat Lukas Bengtsson is a lot of things. He’s a goofball, the first one to get behind a camera when his te [...]
Parallel paths lead Bear and Jones to Bakersfield
by Ryan Holt | AHL On The BeatEthan Bear and Caleb Jones have gotten pretty familiar with each other over the years.They were b [...]
Simpson to play large role with Bears
by Zack Fisch | AHL On The BeatNew Hershey forward Wayne Simpson will have to forgive Bears fans if they’re still slightly bitter [...]
The cerebral, versatile Scooter Vaughan
by Lindsey Willhite | AHL On The BeatOn a beautiful Friday in late August, Scooter Vaughan woke up before the dawn. He slipped out o [...]
#AHLOTB: Gulls keep building in year two
by Craig Elsten | AHL On The BeatFrom the rush of a raucous opening night in October to the thrill of the Calder Cup Playoffs beginn [...]
#AHLOTB: No stopping Kostopoulos
by Nick Hart | AHL On The BeatLast summer, Tom Kostopoulos was at a crossroads. At 37 years old, he was Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s al [...]
#AHLOTB: Goodrow a complete pro for San Jose
by Nick Nollenberger | AHL On The BeatBarclay Goodrow played in 60 NHL games for the San Jose Sharks in his rookie season, but over [...]
#AHLOTB: Continuing Utica’s hockey tradition
by Nick Mecca | AHL On The BeatWhen thinking of a place that could be considered a hockey hotbed, Utica, New York, doesn’t exactly [...]
#AHLOTB: Criscuolo, Svechnikov among AHL top rookies
by Jason Pearson | AHL On The BeatTake the two faceoff circles on one end of the ice and rearrange them to form interlocking loops. [...]
#AHLOTB: One big team
by Daniel Fink | AHL On The BeatThe American Hockey League holds the distinction of being the primary affiliate league of the NHL wi [...]