North Division

ECHL: Reading Royals: New Jersey Native Left Winger Signed

The Reading Royals have a new addition this week to add to the lineup coming from the NCAA. Jonathan Bendorf has made his way to the Reading Royals for his first professional appearance. Bendorf spent four seasons in the NCAA with Mercyhurst University appearing in 115 games and racking in a grand total of 24 […]

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ECHL: Sellar’s Natural Hat-Trick Strengthens Reading’s Win Against Worcester

The Reading Royals took an exhilarating win over the Worcester Railers. The win is the first back-to-back win for the Royals this season, making for a bit of hope for fans just before the holiday season. The Royals got their first back-to-back wins as they took both games against the Worcester Railers and made sure […]

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ECHL Series Preview: Reading Royals vs. Maine Mariners

The first round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs for the North Division will see the second-place Reading Royals and the third-place Maine Mariners battle for a North Division Semifinals victory. This is the 14th Kelly Cup Playoff appearance for the Royals and the second for the Mariners. Reading Royals Season Recap The Reading Royals had […]

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Toronto Marlies on six game losing streak

The Toronto Marlies lost their matchup against the Hershey Bears on Wednesday and have now lost six in a row. It’s their longest losing streak of the season. Toronto has not won a game since March 12th, when they beat the Rochester Americans 6-3. Since then, the Marlies have gotten outscored by a 20-5 margin. […]

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Keeping up with the NL Growlers

Facing their sixth of eight away games, the Newfoundland Growlers seem to be enjoying mostly good fortune as they head toward the ECHL playoffs, which begin on April 20. Founded in 2018, the Newfoundland Growlers – the most recent ECHL affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs – were at the top of the North Division […]

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Jack Campbell Celebrates Win

It’s About Time We Stop Talking About A Goalie Controversy In Toronto, Isn’t It?

It seems like every other day; there’s a new article in Leaf land, a new radio hit or television segment about the unproven goaltending tandem guarding the Leafs’ crease. In a preseason goalie ranking for, NHL analyst and former NHL goalie Mike Mckenna ranked Toronto’s tandem 19th in the league behind Anton Khudobin and […]

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