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Tag Archives: AHL On The Beat

After 25 years, Hershey sweet as ever for Yingst
by Julie Sensenderfer || AHL On The Beat ArchiveThrough the long and illustrious history of the Hershey Bears, strong leadership has bee [...]
Corazzini rekindles the dream in Norfolk
by Keith Phillips || AHL On The Beat ArchiveLots of kids grow up dreaming of the chance to don the sweater of their favorite National Ho [...]
From Buffalo to Florida the hard way
by Amy Rybczynski || AHL On The Beat ArchiveSo many stories in the hockey world seem to come from Canada, where hockey tends to infiltra [...]
Healey bringing veteran leadership to Falcons
by Damon Markiewicz || AHL On The Beat ArchiveWhen Springfield Falcons left wing Eric Healey walked into the MassMutual Center this past [...]
A November to remember for Bulldogs
by Mark Jagord || AHL On The Beat ArchiveOne of Charles Dickens’ themes in A Tale of Two Cities is redemption. The Hamilton Bulldo [...]
Patience, hard work paying off for Phantoms coach
by Brian Smith || AHL On The Beat ArchiveIt’s been nearly 20 years since the Flyers shipped veteran goaltender Bob Froese to the N [...]
Denmark’s Hansen making mark in Manitoba
by Jen Sharpe || AHL On The Beat ArchiveAccording to 81-year-old Martin Svenningsen, “Nothing bad has ever come from Denmark.&rdqu [...]
Rabbit season open in Providence
by Kevin Boryczki and Adam Kaufman || AHL On The Beat ArchiveWhen someone says the name Wacey Rabbit, the first thing that many people d [...]
Boyd leads Knights’ roundtable in early season
by Dave Ahlers || AHL On The BeatAs a second year team in the American Hockey League, the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights are still building th [...]
Yates authoring next chapter in Crunch story
by Ed Gonser || AHL On The Beat Archive When it comes to Of Ice and Men -- the slogan adopted by the Syracuse Crunch for the 2006-07 sea [...]