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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Stockton Heat

Stockton Heat Take a Wild Game Two

SAN JOSE, CA - It was a wild one at the SAP Center Sunday evening, but the Heat come out of there with the series all tied up.

PHOTOS: Stockton Heat vs Ontario Reign – 04/13/18

ONTARIO, Calif. - Check out this photo gallery shot by The Sin Bin's Duck and Hound of the contest between the Stockton Heat and Ontario Reign at Citizens Bank Business Arena on April 13, 2018.

Pacific Division 2018-19 Season Preview

The Pacific Division has a new look this season, with two squads departing and one coming in. The two Texas teams have moved over to the Central, while AHL newcomer Colorado Eagles come into the division. The Tucson Roadrunners are defending Pacific champs, but Colorado enters the season after closing its ECHL days with back-to-back Kelly Cups.

Mavericks Announce New NHL & AHL Affiliation

INDEPENDENCE, MO - The Kansas City Mavericks have new NHL & AHL affiliation. At a press conference held at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena Thursday, the...

2017-18 Texas Stars Promo and Schedule Breakdown

CEDAR PARK, TX - The Texas Stars have announced that individual game tickets will go on sale this Monday, August 21, at 10:00 am CDT.

AHL New Kids on the Block

It’s that time of year again when the AHL picks up the players coming out of Juniors & College, swelling their ranks just before playoffs.

Heat Score Three Unanswered In the Third, Force Game Five

STOCKTON, CA - The Stockton Heat defeated the San Jose Barracuda in Game four by a score of 5-3 on Sunday night.

Five Heat Players That Deserve a Shot in the NHL Next Year

The Stockton Heat have many solid young players on their team, many of their futures could be with the Calgary Flames. Here are five...

Lomberg’s Empty Netter Sends Heat to Playoffs

It took longer than the Heat would have liked but they finally punched their ticket to the Calder Cup Playoffs.

Mikkel Aagaard – A Journey from Pro to University

Forward Mikkel Aagaard finished up his first full year at the University of Guelph this past spring. The Sin Bin’s Sarah Hobday recently spoke with Mikkel about his career path and decision to leave professional hockey for university.