The offense of the Florida Panthers has struggled this season, and general managers and executives have made moves to change up the roster. According to Panthers.com, the Panther’s General Manager and Executive Vice-President Dale Tallon announced on Tuesday that
The NHL and AHL are teaming up for a new education and drug testing program for all AHL players effective for the 2014-15 season.
The AHL is looking to move some teams to the western part of the United States. The reason for this is actually quite simple; it isn’t just practical–or at least not ideal–to have the heart of an NHL franchise
The slumping Anaheim Ducks need some help up front.
The American Hockey League has announced it will use hybrid icing for the 2013-14 campaign, re-implementing a rule it used on a trial basis during the NHL lockout.
The AHL Portland Pirates will not play in Portland, Maine this season
After being run out of the building by Edmonton last night, the Canucks are making some moves. Vancouver is sending Zack Kassian to AHL Chicago on a conditioning assignment and calling up forwards Nicklas Jensen and Bill Sweatt. Brad
The St. Louis Blues’ three’s company goaltending routine is getting cut down, at least for a weekend. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that struggling former All-Star Brian Elliott has been sent to the team’s AHL affiliate for conditioning purposes.
The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired minor-league forward Dan Sexton from Anaheim in exchange from Kyle Wilson. Sexton, 25, has appeared in 88 NHL games over the course of his career. While he hasn’t played in the NHL since
Jose Theodore‘s departure from last night’s game against Carolina may have come with a stiff price to pay. Renaud Lavoie from RDS reports Theodore has a torn groin muscle and it’s undecided whether or not he’ll need surgery to