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Category Archives: AHL On The Beat

Butler cherishing Olympic opportunity
by Jason Karnosky | AHL On The Beat For professional hockey players, there are moments in your career that you will always remember [...]
Longtime Sharks voice honed craft in AHL
by Nick Nollenberger | AHL On The Beat One of the most recognizable figures in the San Jose Sharks' 27-year history, Dan Rusanowsky [...]
Hartford players taking advantage of NHL call-ups
by Nicole Caporaso | AHL On The Beat The 2017-18 season has been a period of opportunity for Hartford Wolf Pack players. With Ryan [...]
Roy, Keane overseeing player development for Moose
by Daniel Fink | AHL On The Beat One of the most commonly uttered phrases in reference to the Winnipeg Jets organization is “draft [...]
Carkner comfortable in coaching role
by Alan Fuehring | AHL On The Beat As a player, if Matt Carkner saw a hit he didn’t like on the ice, he’d be the first guy to go [...]
Gaunce’s hockey journey goes back to Cleveland
Careers in professional hockey often take their authors to far-flung locales the likes of which their participants couldn't dream of, bu [...]
Tammela returns to hockey thanks to group effort
by Megan Cahill | AHL On The Beat Surgery is a strenuous process for a professional athlete. It requires countless hours of rehabilit [...]
Lyon focused on making NHL and getting degree
by Stephen Gross | AHL On The BeatAt the end of a practice three days before Thanksgiving, Alex Lyon stood in goal at the east en [...]
Small changes lead to big success for Landon Bow
by Stephen Meserve | AHL On The Beat Undrafted free agent goalie Landon Bow is making his mark in Texas. The rookie is halfway throu [...]
Shaw, Cousins excited to see hockey return to Belleville
by Matthew Tidcombe | AHL On The Beat Neither have ever had any playing affiliation with the Ottawa Senators, but as natives of Belle [...]