Thursday, August 16, 2018

The Sin Bin

The Sin Bin Announces Winner of Inaugural Logo Tournament

The Sin Bin's first-ever Logo Tournament is over. Last week's final pitted the new kids in the ECHL, the Maine Mariners, against the Orlando Solar Bears.

The Sin Bin Announces Partnership with DASH Auctions

As part of the agreement, The Sin Bin will host several auctions on TheSinBin.net and The Sin Bin app. More information will be coming on those soon

Minor Leaguers Plying Their Trade in ‘Da Beauty League’

EDINA, MN - Wondering what some of your favorite pro players, whether NHL, AHL or ECHL, are up to this summer? They're playing against one another in Da Beauty League in Minnesota, benefiting charity while providing quality summer hockey to fans.

The Sin Bin Announces Minor League Hockey Logo Tournament

WICHITA, Kan. - The Sin Bin is proud to announce the launch of a summer project that will give fans the chance to vote on which team logo is the best in all of minor league hockey

Where Are They Now: Rich Peverley

READING, PA. - In the previous installment of Where Are They Now, we took a look at George Parros, who was the first former Reading Royal to...

Carbery Continues Coaching Climb in Chocolatetown

HERSHEY, PA - Eight years ago, Spencer Carbery briefly shared the ice with now Stanley Cup Champion Braden Holtby. A Kelly Cup Champion in his own right,...

Chicago Wolves 2018 Free Agency Tracker

CHICAGO - It's been a busy free agency period thus far for the Chicago Wolves, and their NHL counterpart, the Vegas Golden Knights. Below is...
Scrimmage Benches

Observations from 2018 Bruins Development Camp

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Less than a full week after the NHL Entry Draft, the Boston Bruins brought their most recent draftees to Warrior Ice...

The Sin Bin Reader Survey — 2018 Edition

Whether you have been vocal or have watched us grow from the sidelines, here is your chance to shape our future!

Cardiac Colorado Wins Their Second Kelly Cup, Eyes AHL Next Season

The Colorado Eagles found themselves down 2-1 Saturday night, halfway through the third period in game seven of the 2018 ECHL Kelly Cup Final. They’ve been here before, just two and a half weeks ago.