WICHITA, Kan. - The field for the Kelly Cup Playoffs grew by three teams over the weekend, and we have a little more definition on...
TOLEDO, Ohio - With a capacity crowd of 7,519 souls at the Huntington Center on Sunday night, the Toledo Walleye looked to take game two of the Western Conference Final in just as convincing of a fashion as they did their 6-2 game one victory from Friday.
With just one game on the ECHL slate this evening, there are no clinching opportunities, but that doesn't mean we can't update you on the race for the playoffs, which concludes in 11 days.
Much like Wednesday night, Orlando and Kansas City failed to punch their tickets into the Kelly Cup Playoffs. But on Friday night, we crowned the third division champion of the season.
The final Saturday night of the regular season is upon us and by the end of the night, the entire Kelly Cup Playoff field will be finalized, and history could be made with one of the longest-running hockey franchises in North America.
BOISE, Idaho - Heading into Game 3 of the Mountain Division Final, the Idaho Steelheads looked to earn a much-needed win on home-ice to bring their series to 2-1.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The Kelly Cup Finals are set to begin between the Newfoundland Growlers and Toledo Walleye.
The Western Conference Finals features two teams and fanbases who are looking at their best shot for a championship in a generation.
The 2019 South Division Finals will be a Sunshine State affair, as the Florida Everblades take on the Orlando Solar Bears.
The Florida Everblades and Newfoundland Growlers played over 53 minutes of scoreless hockey on Saturday night, and it wasn’t for a lack of shots on net.