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Battle for Admirals backup goaltender a prime storyline in camp

While they may have known each other for very long, goaltenders Rob Madore and Magnus Hellberg are battling not just for a gig with the Milwaukee Admirals, Nashville’s AHL affiliate, but both are fighting to keep their careers alive with the dream of playing in the NHL. What started late last season in the East Coast Hockey League, which could be seen as the NHL’s equivalent...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Preds falter to Panthers, fall to 1-1-0 in rookie tournament

Two down, one to go. The Nashville Predators continued their strong play in the rookie tournament but fell to the Florida Panthers, 3-1, on Sunday night. In a reversal from yesterday, Rob Madore started between the pipes for Nashville and Magnus Hellberg played the second half. Madore turned aside six of seven shots while Hellberg stopped 13 of the 14 he faced. Over the past 24...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Rookie Tournament Day 1 Stats and Observations

Boston Bruins vs Florida Panthers Boston Bruins Statistics (Through one game): Florida Panthers Statistics (Through one game): Thoughts: The main thing I took away from game one between the Bruins and Panthers was that, outside of Boston’s David Pastrnak, no one really impressed me. That includes Aaron Ekblad. Speaking of Ekblad, the number one overall pick finished the game...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Alaska Aces Win the 2014 Kelly Cup

The Alaska Aces clinched the 2014 ECHL Playoff Finals in Cincinnati on Monday, defeating the Cincinnati Cyclones 4-0 despite numerous lineup changes and a one-game suspension of a top defenseman. The Aces victory last night made them the winners of the 2014 ECHL Kelly Cup, beating Cincinnati in the series 4 games to 2. Aces center Nick Mazzolini, who led the ECHL playoffs as top...
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June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Kelly Cup Finals swings to Cincinnati as Predators ECHL affiliate Cyclones trail 2-1

For the ECHL’s top team in the regular season, the Alaska Aces have certainly proven why they were the best through the first three rounds of the Kelly Cup Playoffs. Going in to Friday’s Game Four at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, the Cyclones have their work cut out for them if they plan on climbing out of their current hole, down two games to one. Leading up to the Finals...
Via The Predatorial
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Alaska Aces Take Series Lead After Controversial Game 3

The Alaska Aces have taken the ECHL Kelly Cup Final series 2-1, as they defeated the Cincinnati Cyclones 2-0 scoring two goals in the third period. Cyclones’ forward Jonathan Hazen took off late in the third period on a breakaway, but was taken down before getting a good shot on net. When there was no call, Aces’ center Kevin Morrison shot the puck, scoring on the rebound with...
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June 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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