Monthly Archive for May, 2018

: May, 2018

Coaching notes: Wednesday notes

Add to the list: Mike Van Ryn leaves Tucson for St. Louis. Sean Shapiro reports that Todd Nelson is close to leaving Grand Rapids for Dallas. And a local non-coaching note: Ryan Hardy was named GM of

Stars-Marlies: Monday notes

We got a matchup: Roope Hintz scored with 8.5 seconds left in overtime (with Colin Markison on the primary assist) to send Texas to the Calder Cup Final with a 2-1 win over Rockford in Game 6. Jeremy

Halfway: Friday notes

So we know where and when the Calder Cup Final will start. We just don’t know who’ll be on the other side. Toronto finished off the sweep in Allentown with a 3-1 win; Andreas Johnsson scored twice.

Not yet: Thursday notes

Rockford plays on: The IceHogs tied it late and won it in overtime to dodge the Stars’ sweep attempt. Victor Ejdsell got it 2:32 into overtime on a Colin Markison penalty, a little quicker than the

‘It was dawn before he came up with the answer’: Wednesday notes

There are people who’ll be mad at me if I don’t note the former New Haven Nighthawk whose team is off to the Stanley Cup Final, though it’s the former Bridgeport Sound Tigers assistant coach who’s

Lou, Day 1 or 2: Tuesday notes

Lou Lamoriello, president of hockey operations, became official this morning. Curtis McKenzie did it again: An overtime goal, and Texas has Jeremy Colliton’s Rockford team in a 3-0 hole. McKenzie is

The Lou Era: Monday notes

A day at the track (meet) included reports from all over that Lou Lamoriello is expected to take over the Islanders’ hockey operations in the near future. (If you’re not an Athletic subscriber, (1)

Bronze again: Sunday notes

It’s bronze for the United States at the World Championship, beating Canada 4-1. Farmington’s Nick Bonino scored the game-winner, and Anders Lee had one of two empty-netters. That’s a medal as well

Starting and finishing: Saturday notes

The two remaining AHL division champs slugged it out for the first time this afternoon in Toronto, and Ben Smith tied it late in the second, and Alex Brooks won it for the Marlies in Game 1. Toronto

Wait, that happens?: Friday notes

So Rockford won’t be perfect: The IceHogs lost their first playoff game under Jeremy Colliton, falling 4-2 tonight to the Texas Stars outside Austin. Remi Elie’s power-play goal broke a tie in the