Month: February 2020

9:59 AM ET The Colorado Avalanche were a trendy preseason pick to challenge for the Stanley Cup, and while they’ve had some ups and downs, Friday’s 3-2 win at the Carolina Hurricanes felt bigger than some recent contests. With 83 points, they now trail the Central Division-leading St. Louis Blues by three, with two games
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … American Hockey League President and Chief Executive Officer David Andrews announced today that the AHL Board of Governors has approved the transfer of ownership of the San Antonio Rampage AHL franchise to the Vegas Golden Knights, as well as the relocation of that franchise from San Antonio, Texas, to Henderson/Las Vegas, Nev.,
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CENTRE MARCEL DIONNE, DRUMMONDVILLE, QC — Xavier Simoneau had four assists leading the Drummondville Voltigeurs to a 4-2 victory over the Gatineau Olympiques. Jacob Dion added a goal and an assist for the Voltigeurs. The first period ended in a 1-1 tie, with Fabian Hochegger of the Voltigeurs and Adam Capannelli of the Olympiques getting
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Deadline fallout notes on the Panthers, Senators, Canucks, Maple Leafs, and Canadiens Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: The Carolina Hurricanes were in competition with the Florida Panthers to acquire Brady Skjei from the New York Rangers at the deadline. The Panthers problem was that they were trying to move salary out in the deal according
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8:32 PM ET New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider fractured his foot in the first period of Friday night’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers. Kreider suffered the injury while blocking a shot by Flyers defenseman Philippe Myers. Kreider was among the biggest names available at Monday’s NHL trade deadline, but the Rangers re-signed the 28-year-old
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News Milwaukee has been the class of the AHL all season, but the Calder Cup race remains tight. Here’s a look at six teams with the best chance at AHL playoff glory. Karl Taylor and the Milwaukee Admirals|Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images Just about everything has gone right for the Milwaukee Admirals this season. A 22-5-0 record
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The Houston Aeros were a member of the now-defunct World Hockey Association (WHA) from 1972-78. They were highly successful, making the playoffs each of their six seasons and won two league championships in three final appearances. The Aeros were the first major professional hockey team in Texas and became one of the state’s most successful
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