It was another action-packed weekend across the ECHL as the playoff races intensified in each division.
In its final home game of the 2019 Kelly Cup Finals, the Toledo Walleye looked to extend the series against the Newfoundland Growlers using whatever means necessary. Entering Saturday's game five, the Growlers owned a 3-1 series lead and found themselves just a win away from hoisting the brand new Kelly Cup.
Another weekend of hockey is upon us and the potential exists for three more teams to enter the Kelly Cup Playoff field, plus have our first division champions crowned...
Manchester, N.H. - The Newfoundland Growlers and Manchester Monarchs met up for Game 4 of the North Division Final Wednesday night in New Hampshire. Newfoundland entered the game holding a 2-1 edge in the series.
This marks the second year in a row that the Solar Bears have shut the door on the Stingrays in the opening round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs.
TOLEDO, Ohio - After being dominated in Game Four of the Central Division Semifinal, the Fort Wayne Komets came into Game Five on the brick of elimination versus the Toledo Walleye.
St. John's, NFL - The Newfoundland Growlers and Manchester Monarchs faced off in Game 2 of the North Division Final series Saturday night.
This will mark the seventh consecutive season that the ECHL will utilize a two-referee system for all games in the Conference Finals and Kelly Cup Finals
By the end of the night, another two teams can punch their tickets into the 16-team field for next month's playoffs.
On this edition of the In The Corners Podcast, we make ITC into a vehicle for The Sin Bin’s 2019 Kelly Cup Playoff Preview Show!