After a whirlwind of transactions, the Charlotte Checkers are far from ready to give up on their season.
Good things happen to those who wait. Ninth-year pro Pat Nagle is savoring the first real lengthy AHL stint of his career.
The Syracuse Crunch took their annual You Can Play Night to the next level with a Pride Night featuring rainbow specialty jerseys.
Jake Bischoff didn’t have many demands when searching to become a first-time homeowner. Actually, he had only one: It needed to be in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, where he can relax during the offseason. Fish. Golf. Work out. Live close to his Brady Bunch-esque family.
Eric Kowiatek designed a logo for next year’s AIS Empire State Classic that captures so much more than just an outdoor game; it is an ode to the state and region’s history, its military influence, and the game of hockey.
Check out exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the Laval Rocket in the latest installment of their documentary web series, Au Coeur du Rocket.
The San Antonio Rampage’s Face-Off Against Kids Cancer program is in its 11th season, pairing Rampage players with children in the San Antonio community who are battling cancer.
Playing just minutes from his hometown, Springfield defenseman Tommy Cross has always longed to stay close to his roots.
Focus is a career-long challenge of being a professional goaltender. For Texas rookie Jake Oettinger, it’s a journey he is just beginning.
When the Lehigh Valley Phantoms host their annual You Can Play Night this Friday, players will take the ice with rainbow tape on their sticks. For Kurtis Gabriel, this gesture will be no different than the one he has made every single game for almost a year.