Monday, July 23, 2018

ECHL

Top Five Reading Royals Games from 2017-18

The Sin Bin's Ryan Bizarro looks back at the big goaltending performances, goal runs and more from the top five Reading Royals games of 2017-18

Barry Returns, Allen Signs New Player & Announces New Affiliation

The Sin Bin's Barry Janssen returns after a month away and has info on a new player and a new affiliation for the Allen Americans

Exploring the Komets 2018-19 Schedule and More New Signings

With just under three months from the opening of the ECHL season, The Sin Bin's Tom Franklin breaks down the upcoming slate of games for Fort Wayne

Wichita Thunder Adds Ontario Hockey League Champion to Blueline

WICHITA, Kan. - Another week, another former team captain joining the Wichita Thunder for the 2018-19 season

The Sin Bin Announces Minor League Hockey Logo Tournament

WICHITA, Kan. - The Sin Bin is proud to announce the launch of a summer project that will give fans the chance to vote on which team logo is the best in all of minor league hockey

Where Are They Now: Rich Peverley

READING, PA. - In the previous installment of Where Are They Now, we took a look at George Parros, who was the first former Reading Royal to...

Remembering Adam Calder

Adam Calder gave cancer one hell of a fight. But on Friday, surrounded by his family, his four-year battle with the disease came to an end.

Wichita Thunder Brings Back Bauer for Second Season

WICHITA, Kan. - After two signings on the blueline, the Wichita Thunder moved back to the forward slot for their fourth signing announcement of the offseason on Thursday. 

Banners on the Wall: Scott Burt

Banners on the Wall is a series consisting of interviews with former Idaho Steelheads skaters Scott Burt, Marty Flichel, Jeremy Mylymok, and Cal Ingraham – the only players to have their numbers retired by the Idaho Steelheads. This is the first of the four interviews, conducted with Scott Burt on June 25, 2018.

Stingrays Start to Gear Up for 2018-19 Season

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. - The South Carolina Stingrays checked off one of the final roster hurtles of the offseason Tuesday