The AHL Board of Governors has selected the 2020-21 recipients of several league awards for excellence and service.
The AHL Board of Governors has approved the qualification rules and format for the 2022 Calder Cup Playoffs. A total of 23 teams will qualify for postseason play, with five rounds of playoffs leading to the crowning of a Calder Cup champion.
Whatever your favorite AHL team’s roster needs might be this summer, a deep field of familiar – and available – names can satisfy them.
The AHL has released the complete schedule of games for the 2021-22 regular season, the league’s 86th year of operation. The season, with 31 teams playing a total of 1,118 games, begins October 15 and concludes April 24.
32 NHL teams are preparing for the 2021 Draft, and their AHL affiliates are ready for the next wave of young stars to begin their pro careers.
The American Hockey League today announced the dates and opponents for all 31 teams’ home openers for the 2021-22 season:
The American Hockey League Board of Governors has approved a schedule unification plan that will see all teams play a 72-game regular-season schedule beginning in 2022-23.
The American Hockey League has launched its 2021 AHL Team Business Summer Series, a month-long program of presentations and discussions hosted by the league’s Team Business Services department.
Due to league COVID-19 protocols, the AHL will not be able to conduct traditional Calder Cup Playoffs in 2021. Members of the Pacific Division will complete the season with a tournament to determine a division champion.
The American Hockey League and HockeyTech announced an extension of their multi-year technology partnership to provide the league with digital tools to enhance operations and fan engagement.