Thunderbirds Winning Streak Ends At Four

PROVIDENCE, RI - The Springfield Thunderbirds were too much to handle for the Providence Bruins as the Bruins took a 4-2 victory last night at the Dunkin Donuts Center before a crowd of 8,621.

Thunderbirds Winning Streak Ends at Five

PROVIDENCE, RI -The franchise-long five-game winning streak came to an for the Springfield Thunderbirds Sunday afternoon as the Providence Bruins shutout the Thunderbirds 3-0 at the Dunkin Donuts Center.

Thunderbirds Prepare For Another Busy Weekend

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Springfield Thunderbirds will prepare for another three games in three nights. The Thunderbirds swept the weekend last weekend and are...

Hershey Unable to Recover from Early Deficit in Providence

Providence, RI- Touting the fresh new addition of Veteran Defender Tom Gilbert via a trade by the Washington Capitals, things were looking good for Hershey.

The Struggles Continue for Springfield

The Springfield Thunderbirds fell victim to another hat trick for the second time over the weekend, as their struggles continued.

Springfield Thunderbirds to Take on the Providence Bruins Tonight

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Springfield Thunderbirds will probably want to put the month of January behind them.  After suffering heartbreaking losses by one goal...

Central Division Repeats as AHL All-Star Challenge Champs

ALLENTOWN, PA - Grand Rapids Griffins forward Matt Lorito scored the game-winning goal in the fourth shootout round to give the Central Division the AHL All-Star Classic win Monday night

Western Conference Wins AHL Skills Competition

ALLENTOWN, Pa. … The Western Conference came from behind to defeat the Eastern Conference, 15-11, in the 2017 AHL All-Star Skills Competition at PPL Center on Sunday night

Providence Outlasts Hershey in Battle of the Bears

Providence, RI - Sometimes there are games that it's a shame that a team had to lose.

Providence Scores Early, Often in Blowout of Phantoms

Just 24 hours after beating the best team in the American Hockey League, it would have been easy to assume that the Lehigh Valley Phantoms would have come into Saturday's tilt against the Providence Bruins with ample jump, ready to attack the team that team that sits directly behind them in the Atlantic Division standings.