Thursday, September 21, 2017

Royals Release Preseason Schedule

READING, PA - The Reading Royals have released their 2017 preseason schedule. They will be taking on the Adirondack Thunder in a home-and-home set on Friday, October 6, and Sunday, October 8.

Royals Set to Retire Former Captain’s Number

READING, PA - Tuesday night, the Reading Royals had their annual Town Hall Meeting up at Stokesay Castle. In attendance and answering questions from the...

Reading Royals 2017-18 Schedule Breakdown

READING, PA - After getting eliminated by the Brampton Beast in the first round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs last season, the Reading Royals look to...

Thunder and Royals Swap ECHL All-Stars in Trade

WICHITA, KS - Right shot forwards are a commodity for any team, and anytime you're able to get one who is a proven scorer in...

Reading Royals Release Protected List

READING, PA - Hours after the deadline to get protected lists into the ECHL offices passed, the Reading Royals have released their list, which protects...

ECHL Rolls Out 2017-18 Divisional Alignment

PRINCETON, NJ - The announcement that a majority of ECHL fans have been anticipating all summer has finally arrived. On Tuesday afternoon, the league...

Patrick Wellar Leaves Cyclones, Joins Reading Royals Coaching Staff

CINCINNATI, OH - For the second consecutive summer, the Cincinnati Cyclones will be searching for a new Assistant Coach. It was announced this morning...

Royals Remove Interim Tag on MacDonald, Make Him Head Coach

READING, PA - The Reading Royals announced that Kirk MacDonald has been hired as the team’s head coach and director of hockey operations. Consistent with...

Brampton Beast Win First Playoff Series Ever, Advance to Division Finals

READING, PA - With their season on the line, the Reading Royals needed a win to keep the season going on Monday night. The Brampton...

Penny’s Late Goal Evens Series with Brampton at Two

BRAMPTON, ONT - Reading scored first and led 2-1 early in the third period but needed a late-game power play game winner from Ryan Penny to take the fourth straight low-scoring one-goal decision between the two teams.