Jon Cooper is one of many parallels between Norfolk nine years ago and Tampa Bay now, although he acknowledges he is better at his job thanks to almost a decade behind the bench in the NHL.
Cleveland Monsters goaltender Brad Thiessen announced his retirement on Thursday following a 12-year pro career spent primarily in the American Hockey League. Thiessen, 35, spent the last six seasons in Cleveland following stints with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (2009-13), Norfolk Admirals (2013-14) and Adirondack Flames (2014-15). In 290 career regular-season appearances in the AHL, Thiessen posted […]
Over the last 20 years, as an American Hockey League coach or as an NHL assistant, Trent Yawney has produced more NHL defensemen than just about anyone in the league.
Yann Danis, a three-time AHL All-Star and former goaltender of the year in the American Hockey League, has officially announced his retirement.
Five years ago, as the Norfolk Admirals left a Calder Cup celebratory dinner, they all agreed to come back for a reunion. This weekend, they did.