Agozzino a natural leader for Barracuda

Andrew Agozzino was named captain of the San Jose Barracuda for several reasons, but the level of effort he shows in all areas is surely at the top of the list and he has been rewarded for it this season.

Griffins’ Hirose steady as they come

Some players fly under the radar with their ability to pass the puck at a high level rather than light the lamp. Taro Hirose is one of those players you may not notice on the ice scoring goals, but he has a massive impact on the success of the Grand Rapids Griffins.

Canucks’ Karlsson finding his groove

Trying to adjust to a smaller rink and faster game play is challenging enough without trying to navigate an entirely different landscape at the same time. Abbotsford Canucks forward Linus Karlsson was faced with both.

As NCAA tourney comes, Phantoms recall experiences

The upcoming Allentown regional for the 2023 NCAA men’s hockey tournament represents the fourth time the Lehigh Valley has hosted the event. Every NCAA tournament includes several future Phantoms, AHL stars and NHL draft selections.

Petrovic brings wit, wisdom to Stars

Even as a veteran player with 600 pro games in tow, Alex Petrovic is still learning every day, and that’s part of why he is having a career year for the division-leading Texas Stars.

Surging confidence leads to Tullio’s success

Bakersfield Condors head coach Colin Chaulk knows that to have success in the AHL, everyone “has to bring something to the party.” And so far, the second half of the season has been Ty Tullio’s coming-out party.