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Rookie talent providing bright future for Phantoms
by Russ Hryvnak | AHL On The Beat The Lehigh Valley Phantoms' 2018-19 season came to an end on Saturday, and while it could be easy [...]
Olofsson, Borgen realize dream together
by Ryan J. Harr | AHL On The Beat Both in their first season with the Rochester Americans. One a 23-year-old from Sweden and the oth [...]
Admirals continue to fuel Nashville’s success
by Jason Karnosky | AHL On The Beat When it comes to National Hockey League franchises and their American Hockey League affiliates, [...]
With new role, Budaj thriving in return to Reign
by Zach Dooley | AHL On The Beat Peter Budaj didn’t know what the future held for him after a winless 2014-15 season with the AHL [...]
Careers, community impact run parallel for T’birds duo
by Ryan Smith | AHL On The Beat As he set foot in Providence onto the campus of Brown University in 2008, current Springfield Thunde [...]
Daigneault honored to be recognized by junior circuit
by Brian McCormack | AHL On The Beat Hockey fans who are well-versed in the NHL career of San Antonio Rampage assistant coach J.J. D [...]
Fire and ice: The tale of Grilling with Gryba
by Addie Sejan | AHL On The Beat In 2011, Eric Gryba won the Calder Cup with the Binghamton Senators. The young rookie would go on t [...]
Mental reset helped Gillies to strong second half
by Brandon Weiss | AHL On The Beat Between the pipes, it’s all about quick reactions. For the Stockton Heat’s Jon Gillies, hi [...]
In season of flux, McDonald continues to right ship
by Russ Hryvnak | AHL On The Beat The 2018-19 season has brought a number of changes, both on and off the ice, for the Lehigh Valley [...]
Bears’ Samsonov finds a mentor in Varlamov
by Matt Trust | AHL On The Beat The day was February 24, 2019. The Hershey Bears battled on the road against the Bridgeport Sound Ti [...]