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  • Phantoms shock Penguins 4-1

    Phantoms shock Penguins 4-1
    With two of the team's top defenseman resting in the press box after playing for the Philadelphia Flyers earlier in the day, Saturday evening didn't look very bright for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, who were hosting one of the top teams in the AHL....
  • Phantoms win despite being outshot 19-1 in final period

    With two of the team's top defenseman resting in the press box after playing for the Philadelphia Flyers earlier in the day, Saturday evening didn't look very bright for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, who were hosting one of the top teams in the AHL....
  • Bruins no match for Wolf Pack

    HARTFORD — It was "Anti-Bullying Night" at the XL Center on Friday night, yet the Hartford Wolf Pack were anything but kind to the visiting Providence Bruins. The Wolf Pack won convincingly 5-0 before a crowd of 8,629, the team's second-largest...
  • UConn Players Make Most Of Chance To Drill Lundqvist

    UConn Players Make Most Of Chance To Drill Lundqvist
    STORRS — Four UConn hockey players — captain Ryan Tyson, Brad Smith, Jacob Poe and Cody Sharib — were a little nervous in the early-morning hours of March 21. Their alarms rang at 6 a.m. and they were in the car by 6:15, about a half-...
  • Burns scores winner in SO to lift Sharks past Flyers, 3-2

    Burns scores winner in SO to lift Sharks past Flyers, 3-2
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The San Jose Sharks kept losing defensemen while continuing to stop the Flyers. Matt Irwin and Joe Pavelski scored in regulation, and Brent Burns got the winning goal in the shootout to lead San Jose to a 3-2 victory over...
  • Bardreau finds pro hockey a big step up

    Bardreau finds pro hockey a big step up
    When Cole Bardreau signed his amateur tryout contract to play for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms following the end of Cornell University's hockey season on March 7, he knew he was going to break into the AHL, but not as quickly as he has. The 5-foot-10,...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: W&M's Thornton named a finalist for Lou Henson Award

    COLLEGES: Men’s basketball: William and Mary senior Marcus Thornton was selected as a finalist for the Lou Henson Award, given to the nation’s top mid-major player, CollegeInsider.com announced. Thornton, who became the school's all-time...
  • Connecticut Whale Returns — As A Women's Hockey Team

    Connecticut Whale Returns — As A Women's Hockey Team
    The Connecticut Whale are returning. The name used by Hartford's American Hockey League franchise from 2010-2013 is being resurrected by a franchise in the fledgling National Women's Hockey League. The team will play at the Chelsea Piers Connecticut...
  • Flyers recall Brandon Manning from Phantoms

    Brandon Manning will make his fourth trip from Allentown to Philadelphia. The 24-year-old Phantoms defenseman was recalled to the Flyers Thursday night, one day after the team announced defenseman Andrew MacDonald would miss the rest of the season...
  • Chris Wagner to play near hometown as Ducks try to end tailspin

    Chris Wagner to play near hometown as Ducks try to end tailspin
    Greetings from Boston, where it’s not snowing, for once, after a record-setting winter. The Ducks plan to make two lineup changes against the BruinsĀ on Thursday night: defenseman Cam Fowler will return after being a healthy scratch for one game,...
  • Cole Brothers, By Way Of Alaska, Have Trinity Chasing National Title

    Cole Brothers, By Way Of Alaska, Have Trinity Chasing National Title
    HARTFORD — In the family freezer back in Anchorage, Alaska, there are 50 pounds of caribou and 50 pounds of salmon. Brandon Cole hunted the caribou. Ryan Cole hooked the fish. That's what the Cole brothers do when they're 4,500 miles, or an 80-hour...