Friday, January 18, 2019

Atlanta Gladiators

Gladiators Lose Close One in Pond’s Return

The Atlanta Gladiators got a much-needed boost to their roster on Tuesday when Tanner Pond was reassigned from the Providence Bruins of the AHL.

Swamp Rabbits Struggle to Hold Leads

The Greenville Swamp Rabbits were able to secure three points in three games this past week against South Division opponents.

Glads Newcomer Olivieri Plays Hero as Losing Streak Ends

The victory snapped a four-game losing streak for Atlanta as they continue to mesh a retooled roster

The Sin Bin’s 2018 Holiday Wish List: ECHL South Division

The Sin Bin wants to help the sometimes battered and bruised squads get into the Christmas spirit, and we are doing so by putting together our third annual special wish lists for Santa.

A Look at Gladiators Climbing the Development Ladder

DULUTH, Ga. -  The Atlanta Gladiators roster got some much-needed help this week when forward Tanner Pond was reassigned to the team from Providence

PHOTOS: Atlanta Gladiators vs Greenville Swamp Rabbits – 12/01/2018

In the Interstate 85 Rivalry, Greenville shuts out Atlanta 2 0 on Sat night at the Well. This was the second meeting in two nights between the teams...

PHOTOS: Atlanta Gladiators vs. South Carolina Stingrays – 12/8/18

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. - The Sin Bin’s James Naiman snapped this gallery from Friday night's action between the Atlanta Gladiators and the South Carolina Stingrays from North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center.

Gladiators Fall to Swamp Rabbits in Second Meeting in Nine Days

The Atlanta Gladiators and Greenville Swamp Rabbits met for the second time in nine days and like the previous meeting...extra time was required.

PHOTOS: Atlanta Gladiators Vs. Jacksonville Icemen – 12/14/18

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - On Friday night the Jacksonville Icemen’s five-game losing streak came to an end in a 2-1 victory against the Atlanta Gladiators in overtime.

Catching Up With ECHL Commissioner Ryan Crelin

After the announcement in February 2018 that Brian McKenna would step down as the commissioner of the ECHL, there was an obvious choice for his replacement.