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Calder Cup win pushes former Moose blueliner Bodnarchuk to stay 'relentless'

One might describe defenceman Andrew Bodnarchuk as “relentless.”

After all, despite bouncing between the NHL and AHL, the 26-year-old Hammonds Plains native hoisted two major hockey trophies within exactly a year of each other. 422 more words


Finding Solace in Second

There can only be one champion, but even with that– the accomplishments of the runners-up in the Calder and Kelly Cups aren’t something that should be thrown by the wayside. 664 more words

View 360: Calder Cup 2015

For the second time in three years, I was able to photograph the deciding game of the American Hockey League’s (AHL) Calder Cup Final. Two years ago I watched the… 223 more words

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Manchester Leaving AHL on Top; What Will the ECHL Bring??

Photo by Jon Rosen

Even before they knew the Los Angeles Kings would move their AHL operation to Ontario, California; the Monarchs looked like a team ready to finally make a big run at the Calder Cup. 612 more words

Manchester Monarchs clinch the 2015 Calder Cup

In what was essentially a very close series between the two best teams during the regular series, it was Manchester’s extra power in front of net that saw them hoist the Calder Cup in five games. 860 more words


Remembering The Last Affiliation Championships

As the AHL season wraps up, the two teams that are in it– Manchester and Utica– won’t be a co-champion with their parent club, as neither Los Angeles and Vancouver are in the Stanley Cup Final– thus it’s another season without the NHL and AHL teams winning their respective championships. 739 more words

Farm Report Podcast 06.10.15

Better late than never for this Farm Report edition, as Scotty goes over the playoff fantasticness. The Utica area has been brought alive by the play of the Comets and the city is regaining some pride because of it. 91 more words