Kearns re-signs

Still, looking at it, it’s obviously disappointing (ending) but obviously a successful year. Hopefully they’ll bring back some of the same guys next year so we can keep building up. –Bracken Kearns,
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Watch Final, name team

The Calder Cup Final begins tonight in Hershey. The AHL is offering the stream free of charge, though you may have to register and enter a promo code. In the meantime, you can help name the new

Arcobello to Switzerland: Tuesday notes

He journeyed around the continent last year, went to Toronto this year and wound up across town, and now Mark Arcobello is on to the Europe thing. SC Bern in Switzerland announced a two-year contract

Hershey-Cleveland: Party like it’s 1945 Sunday notes

There have been seven former Sound Tigers who’ve gone on to win the Calder Cup. There will be an eighth. Aaron Ness and the Hershey Bears held on today to defeat Toronto in Game 5, taking the Eastern

Toronto lives: Friday notes

Toronto survives, fairly handily, at home against Hershey. William Nylander’s hat trick included the first two goals of the night. Game 5 is Sunday afternoon. World Cup roster adds have been coming

Cleveland rocks Ontario: Thursday notes

Cleveland is back in the Calder Cup Final, finishing a sweep in double overtime tonight. Lukas Sedlak’s goal gave Lake Erie a 2-1 win and a four-game victory over the Ontario Reign. So locals Michael

Islanders-Caps Oct. 1 (and opener Oct. 15)

The Islanders’ preseason schedule, just announced, includes a game here Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. against the Washington Capitals. Ticket info, from the press release: Webster Bank Arena, home of the Islanders
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Big guys on the brink: Wednesday notes

One of the best AHL seasons ever is on the verge of becoming a footnote. Hershey trailed in the second period, but beat Toronto 8-2 tonight at Ricoh to take a 3-0 lead in the series. Zach Sill and
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