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Thursday, September 19, 2019

ECHL

Meet the New Voice of the Oilers, Zack Reynolds

TULSA, Okla. -  Fans of the Tulsa Oilers may recognize Zack Reynolds from his time in the color commentary seat over the last few...

Breaking Down the Thunder Offseason Signings and Who May Come From Bakersfield

As we wrap-up a hot and humid summer here in southern Kansas, one cannot help but long for the days of crisp, refreshing fall weather that seem so far away but will be here before we know it.

Two Rookies Join Thunder Roster

WICHITA, Kan. - The Wichita Thunder announced the signing of rookies Nick Farmer and Louie Rowe on Tuesday afternoon.

Steelheads Conquering Change

BOISE, Idaho - The Idaho Steelheads are just over a month away from their opening game of the 2019-2020 season. During their offseason, they have made some pretty big moves to put themselves in the best position possible for another run at the Kelly Cup.

Thunder Add More ECHL Experience to 2019-20 Roster

WICHITA, Kan. - The Wichita Thunder announced the signing on ECHL returner Jordan Sims on Tuesday afternoon. The 29-year old forward hails from Fort Wayne, IN.

McGinnis Ready To Succeed in New Role with Norfolk

NORFOLK, Va. - On July 26, the Norfolk Admirals introduced Ryan McGinnis as their new assistant coach.

GEAR GURU: Wings’ Alternates Throwback to Affiliates

KALAMAZOO, Mich. - The Kalamazoo Wings announced the winning design of the team’s third annual fan-designed jersey on Friday.

Solar Bears’ Sign More Players, New Assistant Coach

ORLANDO, Fla. - With September approaching, the Orlando Solar Bears continue to tease offseason signings and have announced their assistant coach.

OPINION: Toledo’s Most Underrated Offseason Signing

The normal flurry of offseason transactions and movement among players can be taxing on those that follow the ECHL closely. However, on July 24,...

Kozun and McKernan Acquired for Cooper

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Chemistry is something, especially in sports, that occurs much better naturally rather than forcing it. If you walked into a Mavericks game, you would understand the definition of chemistry when you saw Mark Cooper and Jared VanWormer take the ice.