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Injuries giving Comets’ young guns big opportunities
By Nick Mecca | AHL On The Beat With the rash of injuries that have come over the Utica Comets to start the season, players have nee [...]
Klimchuk continuing to evolve in third year with Heat
By Brandon Kisker | AHL On The Beat It’s a question that’s followed Heat forward Morgan Klimchuk around for years: What exactly ha [...]
Small in stature, Kelleher making big impact on ice
By Jason Karnosky | AHL On The Beat When you stand just 5 feet 6 inches tall, it's easy to get overlooked. Nobody knows that better t [...]
Equipment chronicles and the tireless tasks
written by Alexander Kinkopf | photos by Chris Hook | AHL On The Beat 6:00 AM It’s early. Oh man, it’s early. Tucson Roadrunners [...]
Wolf Pack’s Georgiev chasing his dream
By Nicole Caporaso | AHL On The Beat Hockey is hockey no matter where it’s played…or at least that’s how Hartford Wolf Pack goa [...]
Nabokov guiding young goalies in San Jose
By Nick Nollenberger | AHL On The Beat Evgeni Nabokov spent 10 seasons in San Jose, setting nearly every single Sharks’ goaltending [...]
Broadcaster Shaya steps in for Checkers
By Nicholas Niedzielski | AHL On The Beat Jason Shaya is a familiar voice for most Charlotte Checkers fans; he’s been the team’s b [...]
Education an important part of developing for Moose
By Daniel Fink | AHL On The Beat When it comes to hockey, there’s no tried and true path to reach the professional ranks.  While [...]
Stevens thankful for life in a hockey family
By Alan Fuehring | AHL On The Beat The Stevens family Thanksgiving takes place on two coasts, at multiple tables, and the only way th [...]
Blue Jackets fostering development in Cleveland
By Tony Brown | AHL On The Beat Over 88% of NHL players have played through the AHL at some point in their careers, and this season, [...]