November was a month of ups and downs within the ECHL's North Division.
BRAMPTON, ON – Heading into a busy 3-in-3 weekend, the Brampton Beast needed to bring their A-game to keep their winning ways going.
GLENS FALLS, NY- After tying the franchise record set back during the 2005-06 season with their seventh straight victory on home ice to start...
GLENS FALLS, NY - The Adirondack Thunder began their longest road trip of the season on November 1 when their bus departed the Cool Insuring Arena en route to their first destination
MANCHESTER, NH - Check out this photo gallery from The Sin Bin's Kristin Basnett from Saturday night's game between the Adirondack Thunder and Manchester Monarchs from SNHU Arena.
The Adirondack Thunder continued on their road trip Sunday against the Brampton Beast.
KALAMAZOO, MI - The Adirondack Thunder continued their nine-game road trip with two games in two nights in Kalamazoo, MI.
The Adirondack Thunder are in the midst of a 12-game road trip that began in Reading, PA on October 29 and will end back in Reading November 24. So far, the Thunder have managed to go .500 on the road trip.
MOLINE, IL – The shorthanded special teams were on display when the Adirondack Thunder faced the Quad City Mallards on Wednesday for the first and only time this season
With October officially in the books, and November well underway, it’s time to break down the North Division so far. The six teams of the North have kept things rather tight through the first few weeks, with the top five teams within three points of one another.