Gerry Ehman, the man they called “Tex,” did a lot of building during his long hockey career. He built a family. Built a playing career. Helped build an NHL dynasty.
Nearly 50 years after Roy Sommer packed a bag and headed off to begin a hockey career, he will return to the Bay Area to be inducted into the AHL Hall of Fame on Monday.
Gordie Clark overcame long odds and personal tragedy to carve out a long and respected career in hockey.
All Dennis Bonvie needed was a chance. And once it came, he was determined to make the most of it.
The American Hockey League Hall of Fame has announced the four members of the Class of 2024, to be inducted February 5 in San Jose, Calif.
Willie Marshall, the American Hockey League’s all-time leader in goals, assists, points and games played and a charter member of the league’s Hall of Fame, passed away today at his home in Lebanon, Pa. Marshall was 91.
Dave Andrews has always wanted more — and expected more — for the AHL. “Everybody has a certain energy and certain pride in making sure that the American Hockey League is something special. There’s a sense of family here.”
Nolan Baumgartner reconnected with his playing roots when he signed on as an assistant coach with the Manitoba Moose last July.
As soon as Keith Aucoin wrapped up one phone call, he began dialing. “I called my parents right away,” Aucoin recalled. “Let them know. Let my wife know, the kids know.”
Dave Andrews will be honored in Laval with induction into the AHL Hall of Fame as part of a group that features one of his closest friends in hockey, the late Bill Torrey.