That’s not a typo, which is slightly sad. What’s sadder is this may be his last chance to deliver on his “upside”.
Category Archives: AHL
Kevin Poulin Returns To Bridgeport
The AHL Unveils 2015-16 Realignment
It’s a start. They’re trying.
On May 12, 2015 The AHL unveiled the realignment plan for their 30 teams. While the plan is based upon the dramatic shift in franchise movement out west, minor yet important tweaks were incorporated into the new format.
AHL Realignment And The Charlotte Checkers
Charlotte, North Carolina…member of the AHL’s Western Conference. Doesn’t make much sense to me either. That should be changing.
Charlotte Checkers “Hornets Night”
“If you’re going to attach yourself to something, attach yourself to something big.” – Lars Ulrich
New York Islanders’ Minor League Options
There will be a seismic shift in minor league hockey soon. Maybe. The New York Islanders will have to find a way to align their prospects accordingly in the new system. Maybe.
Bob Hartley Supports AHL Move From Abbotsford To Adirondack
Calgary Flames head coach Bob Hartley is excited about the move of the Abbotsford Head to Glens Falls, NY. The home of the Flames’ AHL affiliate is now 2500 miles away from their parent club, yet the benefits are now being vocalized. Benefits that outweigh cost.
AHL Divisional Alignment for 2014-15
After the announcement that possibly 6 teams could be forced west, the American Hockey League revealed the divisional makeup for the 2014-15 season.
Curious moves, to say the least.
Islanders Adjust The Front Office
The New York Islanders have made their first management changes of the 2014 off season.
AHL Realignment Examined
Today American Hockey League President/CEO Dave Andrews announced that there will be a shift in the geography of the AHL. This will not be an expansion move; it is a full-on relocation of multiple franchises to accommodate their NHL parents. Mostly Western Conference NHL teams. This may be the first time a minor league has enacted a wide-scale, forced realignment.