Craig Adams, a two-time Stanley Cup winner who played 951 games in the National Hockey League, is pledging to donate his brain to researchers who are exploring the long-term impact of repeated brain trauma.
Lehigh Valley, PA – The Lehigh Valley Phantoms, proud AHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, have recalled from loan defenseman James de Haas from the Reading Royals of the ECHL. In a separate transaction, Lehigh Valley has returned on loan goaltender Mark Dekanich to Reading.
If there is a silver lining to the Ducks’ myriad of injury issues, it is that Chris Wagner and Derek Grant are getting increased roles and instilling belief that they can handle them until the ailing return.
AUGSBURG, Germany — The last time Mark Arcobello, Sean Backman, Broc Little and Brian O’Neill were teammates on the ice, they were bright-eyed students at Yale. College life was fun. The hockey team was good. Their metabolisms were fast.
The Stena Line Belfast Giants are pleased to announce the addition of netminder Chris Truehl. The 6ft3″ shot stopper from Stoughton, Wisconsin is no stranger to The SSE Arena, having recorded a 30 shot shutout for the Quinnipiac Bobcats in their shootout victory over St.Lawrence in last years NI Connections Friendship Four Tournament.
Backup goalies always prepare like they’re going to play, which turned out to be a good thing for Mike Condon when he went from the bench to the blue paint as Craig Anderson’s replacement after two periods on Monday night.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — John Hayden left college last spring and promptly landed on a line with Jonathan Toews, so his head isn’t exactly spinning now that he’s playing with established veterans Patrick Sharp and Artem Anisimov.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League announced today that Stockton Heat forward Andrew Mangiapane, Lehigh Valley Phantoms forward Mike Vecchione and Utica Comets goaltender Thatcher Demko have been selected as the league’s award winners for October.
A hockey team, players and coaches will tell you, is like a big family, and a family environment is what Brad Tapper is trying to create in his first season as a head coach in professional hockey with the Adirondack Thunder.
HUNTERSVILLE, NC (October 24, 2017) - The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) today announced goaltender Sean Bonar of the Pensacola Ice Flyers is the Warrior Player of the Week for October 20-22.
When you think about it, there really have been two Ghosts.
There was the near-Rookie of the Year Shayne Gostisbehere — drilling game-winners and serving as a setup man for Claude Giroux and a playoff-bound power-play unit in 2015-16.
David Leggio and Brian Gionta are one step closer to representing the United States at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
USA Hockey has announced the men's national select team that will compete in the Deutschland Cup next month. The 29-player list includes David Leggio, the Williamsville native who spent three years in the Sabres' organization.
NEW YORK — As a kid growing up in New York during the 1960s, Bill Ryan lived for nights at Madison Square Garden where he cheered on his hockey heroes, such as Eddie Giacomin, Bernie “Boom Boom” Geoffrion and Harry Howell.
When training camp started in September, there were plenty of question marks about who would make the opening night roster for the Colorado Avalanche. Coming off an unprecedented season of futility, few roster spots felt solidified. The Avs’ front office, try as they might, struggled to make many of the roster shakeups that fans were hoping for. This left the youth in the system to fight for spots on the bottom two lines, particularly on the wings.
He was the last player off the ice Friday morning. And while he didn't know the plan, Taylor Fedun had a pretty good guess that he would be the odd man out when the Buffalo Sabres hosted the Vancouver Canucks a few hours later in KeyBank Center.
Cory Schneider left the New Jersey Devils game against Ottawa after the second period. Keith Kinkaid came in and stopped all nine shots he faced to backstop the Devils to a huge come-from-behind victory.
BRIGHTON, Mass – It's been a few different stints with a few different NHL teams for 25-year-old Kenny Agostino, so he knows the drill at this point in his pro hockey career. The Bruins signed Agostino as a free agent on July 1 after he led the AHL in scoring last season, and they gave him a one-way contract as a show of proof that he'd get his chances at the NHL level.