Thu., June 15: American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews presents the Hershey Bears captain Boyd Kane with the Calder Cup.
Tue., June 13: Hershey’s Brooks Laich gets the Bears on the board early with a goal 20 seconds into the first period of Game 5.
Sun., June 11: Colin Forbes scores the Bears fourth goal of the first period in Game 4.
Sat., June 10: Milwaukee’s Simon Gamache gives the Admirals a 2-0 lead in Game 3 of the Calder Cup Finals.
Sat., June 3: Tomas Fleischmann scores a power play goal for Hershey in the second period en route to a 6-3 win for the Bears to tie the Calder Cup Finals at one game apiece.
Fri., June 2: Darren Haydar of the Milwaukee Admirals scores the game winning goal over the Hershey Bears during the first period of Game 1 of the Calder Cup Finals.
Wed., May 24: Milwaukee finishes off a sweep of Grand Rapids with Darren Haydar‘s game-winning-goal in the third period of Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals.
Sat., May 20: Portland’s Shane O’Brien scores in overtime of game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals to cut Hershey’s series lead to 2-1.
Thu., May 18: Hershey takes a 2-0 series lead over the Portland Pirates in the Eastern Conference finals on Graham Mink‘s goal 1:52 into overtime.
Tue., May 16: Grand Rapids caps its stunning Game 7 comeback vs. Manitoba on Darryl Bootland‘s goal with 2:06 left in the third period.
Sun., May 14: Portland eliminates Hartford on Pierre Parenteau‘s overtime goal in Game 6 of the Atlantic Division Final.
Sat., May 6: Bruno St. Jacques scores with 2:06 gone in overtime to give Portland a 4-3 win and a 2-1 series lead in the Atlantic Division Final.
Thu., May 4: Jordin Tootoo scores the game winner with 13.9 seconds remaining in the third period to give the Admirals a 5-4 win over Houston and a 1-0 series lead in the West Division Final.
Sat., Apr. 29: Alexandre Giroux of the Hartford Wolf Pack scores the go-ahead goal 6:16 into the third period to help Hartford to victory in Game 7 of their Atlantic Division semifinal against Manchester.
Fri., Apr. 28: Manitoba’s Lee Goren scores 5:24 into overtime to give the Moose a 3-2 win and a 3-2 series lead in their North Division semifinal series against Syracuse.
Tue., Apr. 25: Providence’s Nathan Robinson scores 3:51 into overtime to lift the P-Bruins to a 5-4 win in game 4 of their divisional semifinal series with Portland, forcing game 5.
Sun., Apr. 23: Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s Matt Hussey scores 1:12 into overtime to cut the Sound Tigers lead in their divisional semifinal series in half to 2-1.
Sat., Apr. 22: Houston’s Matt Foy tips a shot into the net to give Houston a 3-2 win over Peoria in overtime of game 2 of their first round playoff series.
Fri., Apr. 21: A great individual effort in double-overtime by Jeff Giuliano gives Manchester their first Calder Cup Playoffs overtime win and puts the Monarchs up 2-1 in their first-round series over the Hartford Wolf Pack.
Sun., Apr. 16: Toronto’s Brendan Bell scores with under three minutes remaining in the third to force overtime versus Syracuse
Fri., Apr. 14: Kevin Klein of Milwaukee scores the eventual game winner while shorthanded versus Chicago.
Thu., Apr. 6: San Antonio’s Scott Stirling stones the Milwaukee Admirals in a shootout to lead the Rampage to victory.
Sat., Apr. 1: Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s Maxime Talbot accepts a great pass from Drew Fata and finishes with a great move while shorthanded against Lowell.
Fri., Mar. 31: Mark Giordano breaks a 1-1 tie in overtime to give Omaha the victory over Houston.
Wed., Mar. 29: Jesse Schultz nets the game winner for Manitoba 24 seconds into overtime to lead the Moose over the Marlies.
Sun., Mar. 26: Graham Mink scores with 8 seconds remaining in overtime to give Hershey the win over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Sun., Mar. 26: Tomas Kopecky scores the game winner to lead Grand Rapids over Rochester.
Wed., Mar. 22: Binghamton’s Bobby Robins scores his first two professional goals as Binghamton beats Albany 5-3.
Fri., Mar. 17: Joe Motzko scores in overtime to lift Syracuse over Albany.
Sat., Mar. 18: Zenith Komarniski scores the overtime winner to give the Knights the win over Milwaukee.
Sun., Mar. 19: Hershey beats Binghamton in a shootout.
Wed., Mar. 8: Jiri Hudler scores with 28 seconds left in overtime to lead Grand Rapids over Peoria.
Wed., Mar. 1: Daniel Paille scores a shorthanded goal for Rochester against Peoria.
Wed., Mar. 1: Chad Wiseman scores the overtime winner to give Hartford a 7-6 win over Norfolk.
Wed., Feb. 22: Alexandre Picard scores the overtime winner to lead Philadelphia over Binghamton.
Sat., Feb. 18: The Springfield Falcons beat the visiting Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in a shootout.
Fri., Feb. 17: The Chicago Wolves beat the Philadelphia Phantoms in a rematch of the 2005 Calder Cup Finals.
Wed., Feb. 15: The Portland Pirates beat Lowell in a seven round shootout.
Sun., Feb. 12: The Peoria Rivermen beat the Iowa Stars in a shootout.
Sat., Feb., 11: Mike Smith of the Iowa Stars makes a dazzling save against the Milwaukee Admirals.
Fri., Feb. 10: Pascal Pelletier scores the overtime winner to lead Providence over Albany.
Wed., Feb. 8: Brandon Bochenski scores in overtime to lift Binghamton over Portland.
Wed., Feb. 1: Jimmy Roy of the Manitoba Moose scores for the Canadian AHL All-Stars.
Wed., Feb. 1: David Andrews interviewed during the AHL All-Star Game.
Tue., Jan. 31: Ryan Shannon of the Pirates spin-o-rama breakaway goal during the CCM AHL Skills Competition.
Tue., Jan. 31 Donald MacLean of the Griffins wins the CCM Vector Hardest Shot during the CCM AHL Skills Competition.