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Hammond’s experience paying dividends in Iowa
by Tom Witosky | AHL On The Beat Follow @toskyAHLWild Iowa Wild goalie Andrew Hammond’s work on a drill one practice early this s [...]
Roy on a roll as Checkers get off to quick start
by Nicholas Niedzielski | AHL On The Beat After turning in a solid rookie campaign, Nicolas Roy wasted no time in ratcheting up his [...]
Griffins’ top line one to be reckoned with
by Jason Pearson | AHL On The Beat Despite the duo being held off the scoresheet in last weekend’s opening two contests, the rest [...]
Strong starts, smart systems key for Marlies
by Kyle Brown | AHL On The Beat Starting the game on time is more than a simple message in the North Division semifinal series betw [...]
Checkers committed to winning this postseason
by Nicholas Niedzielski | AHL On The Beat From the outset of his tenure behind the bench for the Checkers, Mike Vellucci had a set [...]
Late-round picks playing key roles for Moose
by Colin Peterson | AHL On The Beat The Calder Cup Playoff-bound Manitoba Moose have been powered by career seasons from Winnipeg Jets [...]
Bridgeport’s smaller players making big impact
by John Kaywood | AHL On The Beat It was never official, but for years, playing pro hockey seemed to come with a height requirement. [...]
Newcomers relish Monster auditions
by Tony Brown | AHL On The Beat The end of each AHL season brings with it tangible opportunities for many young players in the form [...]
Playoff berth still special for Phantoms
By Stephen Gross| AHL On The Beat After one of the times Peter Laviolette led the Flyers into the NHL playoffs as their coach, he [...]
McKenzie adapts and shines in Texas
by Stephen Meserve | AHL On The Beat It wasn’t the start to the season that Curtis McKenzie had hoped for. After 53 games with th [...]