Michel Ouellet scored twice in regulation, then went 2-for-2 in the shootout to propel Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to a 5-4 win over Springfield on Saturday night. Ouellet, who recorded a hat trick on Friday night against Bridgeport, leads the AHL with 26 goals. He’s on pace to score 63 over the 80-game season. Erik Christensen and Ramzi […]
In Friday’s AHL action, four players celebrated the end of 2004 with memorable three-goal performances: In Binghamton, Denis Hamel scored three times, Jason Spezza added two goals and two assists and Josh Langfeld picked up two goals and an assist as the Senators rolled past Springfield, 7-1. Hamel now ranks third in the AHL with […]
The American Hockey League announced today that Manchester Monarchs left wing Noah Clarke has been suspended for two (2) regular season games as a result of his actions in a December 29, 2004 AHL game in Lowell. Clarke will miss Manchester’s game tonight versus Lowell and on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2005 versus Providence.
It was certainly a night to remember at Mile One Stadium on Thursday. Jean-Sebastien Aubin, one night after a 47-save effort, turned aside 63 shots to backstop St. John’s to a 5-3 win over visiting Syracuse. Maple Leafs defenseman Ian White, held without a goal in his first 39 games as a pro, scored twice. […]
A variety of officially licensed 2005 Dodge AHL All-Star Classic merchandise is available now in the on-line store of the American Hockey League. AHLStore.com currently features replica jerseys for the event, in a new design for 2005. These high quality jerseys are made of double knit, heavy-duty air-knit polyester fabric with reinforced stitching on all […]
Eric Perrin had four points, Chris Bala scored two goals and Hershey rolled to a 7-3 win over Binghamton at the Giant Center on Wednesday night. The loss ended the Senators’ four-game winning streak. Bala, Perrin and Andre Savage gave the Bears a 3-0 lead by the 11:17 mark of the opening period. Perrin would […]
Andrei Kostitsyn scored once and added two assists as Belarus pulled off a 5-3 upset victory over the United States in World Junior Championship play in Grand Forks, N.D., on Wednesday night. The 19-year-old Kostitsyn, selected 10th overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft by Montreal, has six goals and three assists in 30 AHL […]