Calgary Wranglers forward Brett Sutter is skating in his 1,000th regular-season American Hockey League game tonight as the Wranglers host the Ontario Reign at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alta.
Daemon Hunt is accustomed to the scrutiny that comes with being a high-profile prospect in the Minnesota Wild organization.
Calgary Wranglers forward Matthew Phillips, Iowa Wild forward Sammy Walker and Hershey Bears goaltender Hunter Shepard have been selected as the league’s award winners for November.
The summer months were uncertain ones for Sammy Walker. The shift to fall, however, has been a much different story for the Iowa Wild rookie forward, who has acclimated nicely to the pro game.
The influx is well underway. All 32 National Hockey League teams are busily shaping rosters, including sending young talent to the American Hockey League to continue their development.
Kurtis Gabriel, a veteran of 371 American Hockey League games over an eight-year pro career, announced his retirement on Monday in a social media post.
Fresh off a star turn at the World Junior Championship with Sweden, Jesper Wallstedt is coming to North America for the next stage of his career.
The Iowa Wild have signed forwards Tanner Kaspick and Ty Ronning to one-year American Hockey League contracts.
Most people are already projecting top prospect Marco Rossi to be in the Minnesota Wild lineup on opening night. Just don’t tell him that. “I know I have to earn that spot. Nobody gives it to me.”
The Minnesota Wild have agreed to terms with forward Brandon Baddock on a one-year, two-way contract; forwards Steven Fogarty and Nic Petan on two-year, two-way contracts; and defenseman Andrej Sustr on a one-year, two-way contract.