American Hockey League

Leo Roth Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 7:07 AM EST Feb 21, 2019 AMHERST – On a recent midwinter’s day, Joe Crozier sits comfortably in the cozy family room of a home he and his wife, Bonnie, have shared for 30 years. The one with the sign on the front door that reads, “We interrupt
0 Comments
by Ryan Holt | AHL On The Beat “It’s a good time of year to get on a roll.” Caleb Jones’ words are emblematic of the Bakersfield Condors’ current 15-game winning streak. But while the team is seeing the fruits of their labor during the second half of the season, Bakersfield’s success has been an evolution
0 Comments
Jordan Binnington doesn’t let much get to him. When junior goaltending coach Greg Redquest tried to put him through a post-practice skate, he came away seeing the same chill Binnington. “He doesn’t sweat,” Redquest said. “He’s just too cool.” Binnington is playing cool and has made the St. Louis Blues the hottest team in the
0 Comments
The New York Rangers have acquired defenseman Darren Raddysh from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Peter Holland. Raddysh, 22, has collected eight goals and 18 assists for 26 points in 54 AHL games with the Rockford IceHogs this season, showing increases in all three offensive categories from his rookie year in 2017-18. The Toronto
0 Comments
by Lindsey Willhite | AHL On The Beat This is a story about Chicago Wolves rookie defenseman Nic Hague’s mom and dad. And his second mom and dad. And the brothers he didn’t meet until he was 16. And figuring out how to become a pro and an adult simultaneously. In other words, this is a
0 Comments
Updated 2019-02-15 1:00 PM EST A daily look at the race to the 2019 Calder Cup Playoffs. The 2018-19 regular season ends Sunday, April 14. DOWNLOAD TODAY’S PRIMER (PDF)(requires Acrobat Reader) PlayoffPrimer_19Feb15 Thursday’s Games:No games scheduled. Friday’s Games:Cleveland at Belleville – 7:00 PM ESTSan Antonio at Grand Rapids – 7:00 PM ESTLaval at Binghamton –
0 Comments
by Jeff Elston | AHL On The Beat Over the course of seven professional seasons on the ice, Cleveland Monsters veteran defenseman Tommy Cross has experienced most of the ups and downs that come with being a hockey player. That said, entering the 2018-19 season — Cross’ eighth in the pro ranks — the Connecticut native
0 Comments