A look into the world of the American Hockey League outside of just the normal game re-caps. Current A-Devils — plus Merrill, Gelinas — playoff-eligble By Pete Dougherty, Staff writer So with the Albany Devils competing for a playoff berth, which players are on the team’s American Hockey League “Clear Day” list? None. There is no longer a Clear Day roster. The most recent Collective Bargaining Agreement between the NHL and its players eliminated the Clear Day, which established in early March the 22 players eligible for playoff participation. Instead, any eligible player on a club’s roster at the time of the NHL’s trade deadline — which was Wednesday — is eligible. Read More… ———————————————————- Weinstein: Fredrik Claesson having superb season for Binghamton Senators Written by Matt … Continue reading →
COMETS BSENS 3/8/14 PICS See the full gallery of 170 plus pictures at the Power Play Post Show‘s Facebook page here: LINK The Comets won the game 6-5 after a shootout at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton, NY.
A look into the world of the American Hockey League outside of just the normal game re-caps. Pirri trade not a surprise By Tim Sassone The day after saying he liked the makeup of his team, Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman traded minor-league center Brandon Pirri to Florida for two draft picks Sunday. Could he have gotten more for Pirri, the American Hockey League’s leading scorer last season? Maybe, but you never know what others think of your players until you make them available. Did Bowman and the Hawks give up too soon on Pirri? Again, it’s possible, but he was in the organization four years and coach Joel Quenneville had real issues with his 200-foot game. Read more… ————————————————————– Bobby Farnham: The Life of an … Continue reading →
A look into the world of the American Hockey League outside of just the normal game re-caps. Brandon Pirri traded by Blackhawks to Panthers BY MARK LAZERUS Staff Reporter March 2, 2014 7:56PM Less than a year ago, on draft day, Hawks general manager Stan Bowman was touting Brandon Pirri as his second-line center of the future. But on Sunday, Bowman traded Pirri to Florida for a third-round draft pick this June and a fifth-round pick in 2016. Pirri, the AHL’s leading scorer last season, had six goals and five assists in 28 games with the Hawks this season, but never showed the all-around game Joel Quenneville wanted to see from him. With highly skilled Teuvo Teravainen in the pipeline, Pirri — a restricted free agent … Continue reading →
BENN FERRIERO TALKS COMETS & CAREER On a brand new edition of the Power Play Post Show, Hosts Bob Howard and Megan Reiff return to break down and discuss all the latest news & information from around the American Hockey League and more. The two hosts discuss the three outdoor games played this previous week in the NHL, Megan’s experience at Yankee Stadium and the differences between the LA & NYC outdoor games. Just before the show’s Top Two Player Standout segment, Bob and Megan broke down and explained the situations in Glens Falls, NY with the city’s mayor talking with an AHL team to bring that team to the city after the Phantoms move to Allentown, PA, plus the announcement that the Winnipeg Jets … Continue reading →
A look into the world of the American Hockey League outside of just the normal game re-caps. Binghamton Senators executive Tom Mitchell honored for his playing days in the Mohawk Valley Posted on January 20, 2014 by mweinste Tom Mitchell has done a lot for professional hockey in the Binghamton area, but he is also highly revered in the Mohawk Valley region of New York. Before becoming a businessman and hockey ambassador in Broome County, Mitchell was a professional hockey player in the Minnesota North Stars organization… Read more ———————————————————————————- OKC Barons notebook: Goaltender Richard Bachman starts all three weekend games By Michael Baldwin Published: January 19, 2014 Barons goaltender Richard Bachman started Friday, Saturday and Sunday, which is hockey’s version of a triple-header. A 26-year-old veteran with 35 games NHL experience, … Continue reading →
This week on the Power Play Post Show, Hosts Bob Howard and Megan Reiff bring a lot of exciting news and notes from around the American Hockey League. Bob and Megan discuss first the PPPshow’s trip to Utica, NY last Friday as the show took in the Comets game vs the Bridgeport Soundtigers and discuss their thoughts on the improvements made to the Utica Memorial Auditorium and the atmosphere in one of the AHL’s oldest arenas. The two host also talk about the Frozen Frontier game that Bob will be attending to cover for the show and announce the Two Top Player Standouts from last week. Rob Kopacz – Vice President of Business Operations – Rochester Americans – Rob joined Bob on the show to talk … Continue reading →