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Another week and another game pushed back due to COVID-19 protocol. The Texas Stars continued their extended road trip by starting the first of four straight games at the San Jose Barracuda. The improved Iowa Wild picked up another win over the Rockford IceHogs. Let’s take a quick spin around the American Hockey League’s Central
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With the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and Western Hockey League (WHL) yet to start their 2020-21 seasons, there is an influx of young talent into the American Hockey League (AHL). The first few days of the new AHL season have been dominated by a group of young players new normally wouldn’t even be allowed to
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The American Hockey League (AHL) has laid the foundation for their shortened and strange 2020-21 season. However, three teams have opted out leaving their parent clubs scrambling for an option. From there we will head over to Sweden to check on the top prospect for the Detroit Red Wings and a highly-rated goaltending prospect heading
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Have you ever wondered if there are hockey leagues that rival the NHL in terms of talent, viewership, and fan-base? Well, if you have, then this segment should be just for you. It is widely known that players from around the world flock to the NHL for a chance to win Lord Stanley’s Cup and
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On Thursday night, Vegas Golden Knights chairman and CEO Bill Foley announced the name and logo of the newest franchise in the American Hockey League (AHL): The Henderson Silver Knights. Vegas Golden Knights President of Hockey Operations George McPhee, owner Bill Foley and General Manager Kelly McCrimmon (Photo by David Becker/NHLI via Getty Images) The
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The American Hockey League officially pulled the plug on the 2019-20 season Monday morning. “After a lengthy review process, the American Hockey League has determined that the resumption and completion of the 2019-20 season is not feasible in light of current conditions,” the league said in an official statement. The league standings, as of March
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The Manitoba Moose found success fleeting in February, posting a 4-6-1 record in February as they struggled to find any consistency and adapt to injuries and call-ups. Dances with Wolves The Moose began the month by wrapping up a four-game home stand against the Chicago Wolves. Their long-time rival got the best of them, 5-2,
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The eight teams of the American Hockey League’s Central Division closed out 2019 and welcomed in the New Year with some exciting hockey last week. The gap between first and second place has closed a little bit, while the race for the third and fourth Calder Cup playoff spots as just as close as ever.
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The Chicago Wolves are team still searching for an identity a month into the 2019-20 season. The three-time defending Central Division champions went through a plethora of roster changes over the summer and are adjusting to a different style of play because of it. Fortunately for them, they have the right man behind the bench
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