Monday, October 16, 2017

Americans Return to Practice & Martinson Names Leadership Team

ALLEN, TX - The Americans arrived safe and sound back in Allen last night after a successful opening weekend to start the 2017-18 ECHL hockey season.

Nailers Offense Shines in Opening Weekend Sweep

Greenville, SC- A road set to open the season for the Nailers turned into an offensive showcase for both teams as the two teams combined for 22 goals over the two games.

Exciting Season Opener for Adirondack Thunder

GLENS FALLS, NY - The Adirondack Thunder began their regular season at home on Saturday night against their North Division rival Brampton Beast.

Everblades Sweep Opening Weekend Home Stand

ESTERO, FL - The Florida Everblades won both games against the Atlanta Gladiators during its just-completed home stand at Germain Arena.

PHOTOS: Kalamazoo Wings vs. Cincinnati Cyclones – 10/14/17

CINCINNATI, OH - The Sin Bin’s Sarah Hobday snapped these great shots from the Saturday night's game between the Kalamazoo Wings and Cincinnati Cyclones from U.S. Bank Arena. Check them out!

Americans Sweep Rush in Season-Opener Set

RAPID CITY, SD — Another hard fought sixty minutes of action went to the visiting team as the Allen Americans swept the Rapid City Rush after topping the home team 5-3 on Saturday night.

Fawcett Leads Fort Wayne Over Toledo

FORT WAYNE, IN - After an up-and-down game in Quad City in which they won, the Toledo Walleye went looking to capture more success against the Fort Wayne Komets in Fort Wayne on Saturday night.

Saturday the 14th a Day of Better Luck For Mallards

MOLINE, IL – The Quad City Mallards took on the Tulsa Oilers on Saturday for a battle of the special teams.

Thunder Shake Off Fuel to Earn Overtime Win

WICHITA, KS -  They say it takes everyone to help a team win hockey games. I'm pretty sure they didn't include the team broadcaster in that adage.

Oilers Opening Night Comeback Falls Short

TULSA, OK—The Tulsa Oilers threw everything they had at the Kansas City Mavericks in the third period, but it wasn’t enough as they fell 5-3 in front of 12,845 in the BOK Center