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Avalanche To Use San Antonio As Top Minor League Team

DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Avalanche will use San Antonio as their top minor league team beginning next season.

General manager Joe Sakic announced Friday that Colorado’s American Hockey League affiliate will switch from the Lake Erie Monsters in Cleveland to the San Antonio Rampage. 99 more words


Feb 12th in Blackhawks History

Nine years ago today, February 12th, 2006, one of the Blackhawks’ Alternate Captains for the past 7 years, Patrick Sharp scored his 1st goal in a Blackhawks Sweater at the Pond in Anaheim. 92 more words

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Utica Comets continue to soar

Heading into the fixtures on Sunday, December 21, 2014 the Utica Comets lead the Western Conference and the entire AHL.

A total of 19 wins and just five regulations losses in 29 outings, see’s them at the peak of the standings and some are surprised by this team’s “miraculous” rise after a very tricky inaugural season. 760 more words


Texas once more aiming for the Stars

The Texas Stars look to achieve something only the Hershey Bears have done in the past 25 years.

Hershey retained their Calder Cup championship in 2010, the first team to win consecutive championships since the Springfield Indians at the turn of the 1990’s… 605 more words


Desjardins revisits his past, helped shape Dallas Stars future

DALLAS — For two years, Willie Desjardins helped shape the future of the Dallas Stars as the head coach of the NHL club’s top minor-league affiliate, the Texas Stars. 345 more words


A spring to remember for former Huskie Derek Hulak

Watch above: Derek Hulak came home with the Calder Cup after a spring not soon forgotten

SASKATOON – It was a whirlwind spring for former University of Saskatchewan hockey player Derek Hulak, one he is soon not to forget. 294 more words


The Curious Case of Scott Glennie

The Dallas Stars made news this past Thursday. The club announced that they had resigned one of their restricted free agents, Scott Glennie, to a one-year, two-way $650,000 contract. 1,307 more words

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