Thursday, October 19, 2017

Former Bear Provides Playoff Life for Phantoms

HERSHEY, PA - Two of the league's top teams traded blow after blow in game three of the Atlantic Division Semifinal in Hershey.

Murphy’s Law Having Field Day with Phantoms Playoff Pursuit

Piece was written by Bob Herpen, special to The Sin Bin ALLENTOWN, PA - The script couldn’t have been written any better: a shiny new...

Phantoms Lose Lyon, Then Game Two

A night that started with so much promise for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms ended in stunning fashion on Saturday.

Copley, Lyon Star in Goaltending Duel; Hershey Grabs Series Lead

Playoff hockey is, by its very nature, low scoring. On Friday night at the PPL Center in Allentown, the Hershey Bears and Lehigh Valley Phantoms took "low scoring" to a whole new level.

AHL Atlantic Division Semifinal Preview: #2 Lehigh Valley Phantoms v. #3 Hershey Bears

Final Regular Season Records: Lehigh Valley Phantoms: 48-23-5 (101 pts -- 2nd in Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference) Hershey Bears: 48-22-8-3 (97 pts -- 3rd in...

Phantoms Clinch Playoff Berth, Stolarz Suffers Injury

WILKES-BARRE, PA -- It was a case of the good and the bad for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms Wednesday night at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza.

DeSmith’s Shutout Lead Penguins Over Lehigh Valley

WILKES-BARRE, PA -- Saturday was an interesting day day for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. First, the Philadelphia Flyers recalled Captain Colin McDonald early in the morning for the final few games games of the season.

Miele’s Late Markers Save Phantoms From Sound Tigers

ALLENTOWN, PA - Coming into Sunday's home contest against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms were playing their fourth game in six days and had suffered a shutout loss to division leader Wilkes-Barre/Scranton less than 24 hours prior.

Phantoms Fall to Penguins, Trail Division Leader By Five Points

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms were looking to creep up closer on the Atlantic Division-leading Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday night.

Phantoms Fall in Overtime, but Close in on Penguins

Sometimes, you look at a game on paper, and it should be a blowout in one direction. Well, somebody forgot to tell that to the Syracuse Crunch on Wednesday night.