Multiple players have gone back and forth between Chicago and Vegas this season, trying to get used to different teammates and levels of play.
Chicago Wolves forward Reid Duke has been suspended for two (2) games as a consequence of a boarding incident in a game vs. Grand Rapids on Nov. 27.
Though his game has bumps to smooth out, Jimmy Schuldt’s pedigree is beginning to show through with the Chicago Wolves.
Utica’s Reid Boucher, Chicago’s Lucas Elvenes and Hartford’s Igor Shesterkin have been selected as the AHL’s award winners for October.
Even if his NHL dream never truly materialized, Darren Haydar was one of the most prolific scorers in AHL history.
Cody Glass is off to an eye-opening start with the Vegas Golden Knights but he’s also smart enough to know he needs to adjust, like when he joined the Chicago Wolves last spring.
Curtis McKenzie has grinded his way to an AHL Rookie of the Year award, three Calder Cup Finals and nearly 100 NHL games in his first six pro seasons.
Michael Leighton, one of the most decorated goaltenders in AHL history, announced his retirement Monday.
Entering his third season as Vegas’s AHL coach, Rocky Thompson is being mentioned as a potential NHL candidate.
As Nicolas Roy traveled across the country to join the Vegas Golden Knights, the team prepared to make him feel right at home.