Rampage sign first-rounder Stewart

The San Antonio Rampage announced today that the club has signed NHL first-round draft choice right wing Anthony Stewart and defenseman Daniel Jacob to amateur try-out contracts. “Anthony is a powerful young forward with an extremely bright future,” Rampage Director of Hockey Operations Matt Loughran said. “He plays aggressively and is also a scoring threat. […]

Moose’s Flaherty gets weekly honor

The American Hockey League announced today that Manitoba Moose goaltender Wade Flaherty has been named the CCM Vector/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending March 20, 2005. In four games, Flaherty stopped 125 of 129 shots as the Moose continued to battle for position in the North Division playoff race. Flaherty’s week began […]

Norfolk raises $36,600 for MDA

The Norfolk Admirals announced that on Monday that the club’s annual MDA Jersey Auction raised a record total of $36,600 this past Saturday. Following Norfolk’s game against Portland on Mar. 19, the team auctioned off the players’ game-worn jerseys to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For the previous week, the Admirals had worn a special […]

Sunday silence: Goalies rule the day

Seven goaltenders posted shutouts in the AHL on Sunday, including Rochester’s Ryan Miller, who made 35 saves for his league-leading eighth goose egg of the season to lead the Amerks to a 2-0 win over Cleveland. A crowd of 15,288 fans was on hand at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo to watch the Americans win […]

Sound Tigers rally for overtime win

Justin Mapletoft scored twice in the third period and Rob Collins got the game-winner in overtime as Bridgeport came back from three goals down to stun Manchester on Saturday night, 4-3. Brad Smyth, Dustin Brown and George Parros had staked the Monarchs, who sit first in the Atlantic Division, to a comfortable 3-0 lead midway […]

Wolves move atop West Division

Brad Larsen scored the winning goal with 48 seconds left in the third period to lift the Chicago Wolves to a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks on Friday night at Cincinnati Gardens. Stephen Weiss and Greg Hawgood also scored for the Wolves, who took over first place in the West Division. Chicago has […]

Wolves’ chairman a hockey dad, too

Chicago Wolves Chairman of the Board Don Levin sometimes gets laughed at by his head coach. “I wanted my son Robert to be in a house league [for hockey], so we wouldn’t have to travel,” Levin said. “So when I’m going to Michigan or Wisconsin for Robert’s games, John Anderson laughs at me because I’m […]