Saturday, August 19, 2017

Tulsa Sings the Blues in a Good Way

TULSA, OK — It’s official. The Tulsa Oilers are the proud ECHL affiliate of the St. Louis Blues. On Tuesday afternoon at the BOK Center, Oilers...

Adirondack Thunder Makes Pair of Major Announcements

GLENS FALLS, NY - In a press conference at Cool Insuring Arena Tuesday, the Adirondack Thunder announced the team's player development affiliations and new head coach.

A Sitdown with the Voice of the Monarchs, Ken Cail, Part Two

In part two, Cail recalls the American Hockey League chapter of the Monarchs hockey story.

NHL Bans Players on Two-Way Contracts from Going to Winter Olympics

Just over two-and-a-half weeks ago, the American Hockey League allowed players in their league to go to South Korea for the Winter Olympics next...

Nailers Continue Busy Offseason by Adding Six to Roster

WHEELING, WV - The Wheeling Nailers have announced six more additions to their roster bringing the total of signed players to nine.

A Sitdown with the Voice of the Monarchs, Ken Cail

MANCHESTER, NH - In the year 2001, the Manchester Monarchs played their first season in the AHL. Calling those first games, as he has called every game since, was Ken Cail. Ken is one of Manchester, New Hampshire's most recognizable voices, and to hear him tell it, he plans to be behind the Monarchs' microphone for a long time coming.

Walleye Bring Back Captain, Add Defenseman From Elmira

TOLEDO, OH - Toledo has seen many fans favorites leave so far in this offseason, with the departure of the Spink Twins, Jeff Lerg,...

Offensive Defenseman Returns to Wichita Thunder

WICHITA, KS - In their final signing announcement of the week, the Wichita Thunder moved back to the blueline.

Allen Americans Add Set of Brothers to 2017-18 Roster

ALLEN, TX - As our Barry Janssen mentioned in his final piece before vacation, Steve Martinson has had quite a bit of success with brothers on his team, with names like Daniels, Howes, and Ludwig living in Allen lore.

Railers Ink NCHC Champ Raskob to Contract

WORCESTER, MA - Work continued on developing the back end for the Worcester Railers Friday.