Saturday, October 20, 2018

ECHL

Norfolk Admirals Bring Chris Crane Back Home

At the start of every new hockey season, there are new faces to get accustomed to. One of the new faces on the Norfolk Admirals roster this year is 26-year-old forward, Chris Crane

State of the Franchise: Fuel Looking to Make Playoff Push

Coming off of one of the best seasons in their short tenure, the Fuel are looking to keep the same success heading into the 2018-19 season.

Bag O’Thunder: Half and Half Opening Weekend and Looking Ahead

The Sin Bin's Matthew Harding and Matthew Will open up the mailbag to answer some of your questions about the Wichita Thunder.

Lots of Practice, Allen’s AHL Experience and More

Allen has only three games between October 14-25 (12 days) but the three games will be played in a period of 48 hours.

Solar Bears Show Brilliance and Bumps in Opening Week

The opening home stand showed that the Solar Bears have a young squad that is capable of brilliance, but it is a team which is not yet well-seasoned.

In The Corners Episode #52: 2018-19 ECHL Opening Weekend

The 2018-19 ECHL regular season has begun! The “In The Corners” Podcast recaps the opening weekend and more as The Sin Bin’s Gear Guru and ECHL Correspondent for the Indy Fuel, Mark Grainda, returns for another round with your host, C.C. Hawkley!

Crowning the Royals: Week 1, October 13 and 14

READING, Penn. - After a long summer filled with changes throughout the organization, the 18th season of Reading Royals hockey kicked off Saturday night

Brampton Beast Kick Off 2018-19 Season with Split

Feeling the pressure to return to the Kelly Cup Playoffs, the Brampton Beast opened the 2018-19 ECHL season with two sluggish outings against Manchester.

Kerr Era Off to Good Start in Greenville

The Greenville Swamp Rabbits kicked off the 2018-19 ECHL campaign by taking three out of a possible four points from the Toledo Walleye.

Steelheads Monday Rundown: Three Games in Three Days

BOISE, Idaho - Opening weekend in the ECHL brought with it three road games for the Idaho Steelheads in the span of three days -- the only team in the league to play three-in-three to start the season.