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186 days down, 1 to go

On the next-to-last day of the regular season, the Calder Cup 2004 Playoff picture got a lot clearer, but there’s still plenty to play for on Sunday. Milwaukee defeated Chicago on Saturday night, 3-1, ending the Wolves’ seven-game winning streak and giving the Admirals both the West Division championship and the Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy as […]

Playoff picture coming into focus

Three more teams punched their tickets to the Calder Cup 2004 Playoffs on Friday night as the postseason picture became a little bit clearer. Portland extended its points streak to seven games (5-0-1-1) with a 6-3 win over Lowell, completing its comeback in the Atlantic Division and sewing up a spot in the qualifying series. […]

Hartford captures Atlantic title

The Hartford Wolf Pack captured the Emile Francis Trophy as the champions of the Atlantic Division with a 5-2 win over Lowell on Thursday night. It is the Wolf Pack’s second division title in their seven-year history. They won the New England Division in 2000 en route to a Calder Cup championship. Ken Gernander and […]

Calder Cup 2004 Playoff Schedule

Calder Cup 2004 Final Calder Cup Final — Series O (best-of-7) W1-Milwaukee Admirals vs. E3-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins Game 1 – Tue., June 1 – Milwaukee 2, Wilkes-Barre 1 (OT) Game 2 – Wed., June 2 – Milwaukee 8, Wilkes-Barre 4 Game 3 – Fri., June 4 – Milwaukee 2, Wilkes-Barre 1 (OT) Game 4 – Sun., […]

Calder Cup Matchups

Calder Cup 2004 Final Milwaukee Admirals vs.Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (best-of-7) Milwaukee wins, 4-0 Game 1 – Tue., June 1 – MIL 2, WIL 1 (OT) Game 2 – Wed., June 2 – MIL 8, WIL 4 Game 3 – Fri., June 4 – MIL 2, WIL 1 (OT) Game 4 – Sun., June 6 – MIL […]

15 teams in, 5 to go

The Providence Bruins clinched a berth in the Calder Cup 2004 Playoffs with a 2-1 overtime win over Portland on Wednesday night, putting them in the postseason for the sixth year in a row and 10th time in 12 seasons of existence. And despite their 4-3 loss to the Rochester Americans, the first-year Toronto Roadrunners […]

IceCats clinch with 8-2 rout

Johnny Pohl recorded three points during a six-goal second period as Worcester routed Lowell on Sunday, 8-2, to secure a berth in the Calder Cup 2004 Playoffs. The IceCats will be in the AHL postseason for the ninth consecutive spring. Worcester trailed by a goal heading into the second period, but Pohl scored twice during […]

Penguins, Barons, Amerks all clinch

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, Cleveland Barons and Rochester Americans all clinched berths in the Calder Cup 2004 Playoffs on Friday night, leaving eight spots still open in the field of 20 with nine days left in the regular season. The Penguins scored three times in the first period and held on for a 3-0 win over […]

Mathieu’s value to Pens is clear as day

When head coach Michel Therrien was penciling names onto the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, clear-day roster back on March 11, he was left with a few tough decisions. Including Marquis Mathieu was a no-brainer. Simply put, the guy is extremely valuable. That’s one-of-the-hottest-sticks-on-the-ice valuable. That’s wins-nearly-every-face-off valuable. And, perhaps most importantly, that’s already-won-a-Calder-Cup valuable. “I think (experience) […]

Ducks of a feather growing together

Though they come from different backgrounds, defensemen Juha Alen and Shane O’Brien have both made major strides in their first AHL season. Both Cincinnati Mighty Ducks blueliners are big, young, first-year pros whose talents were raw at the beginning of the season, and not surprisingly, they have become good friends. “Although we’re both young guys […]