Day: April 6, 2023

ECHL – Kalamazoo Wings Endure Tough Weekend, Lose Three at Home

The Kalamazoo Wings entered the weekend of March 17-19, 2023, on a three-game homestand hoping to find a victory or two as the regular season edged closer to the finish but came up short. On Friday, March 17, the K-Wings played their annual St. Patrick’s Day Green Ice game in front of a sold-out crowd […]

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2023 Frozen Four Preview: College Hockey Chaos Descends on Tampa Bay

The 2023 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four will take place this week/weekend at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, home of the National Hockey League’s Tampa Bay Lightning. If you aren’t lucky enough to be attending the games in the Sunshine State, don’t worry, you will be able to catch all the frantic action on ESPN2, and […]

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LGP 78: O’Reilly Returns Against the Bruins

As we get closer to playoffs, the Leafs look to build chemistry and consistency throughout their lineup so they can start their playoff run strong. There’s a significant boost to the lineup tonight, with O’Reilly returning from injury and hoping to boost the special teams and third line. The Leafs are almost entirely healthy now […]

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ECHL:Phantom Profile: Spencer Naas

Spencer’s Starters: Spencer Naas was born June 28, 1995, in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. The first time he played hockey for a team with recorded statistics was for the two seasons he played at Blake School in the USHS-MN. He played 50 games in his freshman and sophomore years in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. […]

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3/29/23 1st During this Grizzlies vs. Wichita three-game series, both teams battled for enough points to earn a spot in the Mountain division playoffs. The Idaho Steelheads had just secured their place in the playoffs, so the Grizzlies were looking to get enough points to beat out not only Wichita Thunder but also the Allen […]

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Robertson Doing It All for The Stars

Thanks to a 5-1 win on home ice at the American Airlines Center over the Nashville Predators on Monday night, April 3, the Dallas Stars clinched a spot in this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs. The Stars have had a great season this year. As of this writing (Wednesday, April 3), they are in a three-way […]

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Why Georgiev Can Succeed for the Avalanche in the Playoffs

With the Stanley Cup playoffs right around the corner, everyone has their eyes on the Colorado Avalanche right now. For starters, they won the Cup last year. It was their first Cup since 2001 and one that took a ton of hard work to win. Secondly, after getting off to a sluggish start, the Avalanche […]

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Why Fleury Should Be The Starter for The Wild In the Playoffs

Everything is going well for the Minnesota Wild right now. For starters, they clinched a playoff spot. As everyone says, all you have to do is get in, and you have a chance to win it all. It certainly will not be easy, but the Wild are a good enough hockey team to make a […]

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Bruins’ 2018 Draft Pick Making A Case For Playoff Lineup

As the postseason nears, the Boston Bruins must make a few difficult decisions regarding their lineup. Since the additions of Garnet Hathaway and Dmitry Orlov to the roster before the trade deadline, Head Coach Jim Montgomery has plenty of depth as the Bruins continue their quest for a Stanley Cup. Montgomery will be sorting through […]

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ECHL: Swamp Rabbits Back-to-Back Home Stand Against Division Rivals Heats Up an Intense Division Standing

After the intense meeting between Toledo and Indy, the Swamp Rabbits were ready to return to home ice for a back-to-back series against division rivals Florida Everblades and Savannah Ghost Pirates. The two games at home were an opportunity for the Rabbits to potentially clinch their playoff berth and retain first place in the South […]

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