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  • Holtby, Hershey shut out Admirals

    If the NHL ever ends its lockout, the Washington Capitals have to like what they're seeing from goaltender Braden Holtby. Holtby, one of the Capitals' top prospects, made 35 saves Wednesday night as homestanding Hershey shut out Norfolk 4-0 before 10,...
  • Bobkov, Admirals stifle Albany

    The Norfolk Admirals (12-13-1-0) scored two first-period goals on power plays Friday night and held on to beat Albany 2-1 before 4,041 at Scope in the first of a two-game AHL series. Goals by Devante Smith-Pelly and Patrick Maroon gave the Admirals a 2-0...
  • Friday's local roundup (pro hockey, local tennis): Bridgeport scores in OT to deal Admirals home loss

    Casey Cizikas scored 2:28 into overtime Friday night to give Bridgeport a 4-3 victory over Norfolk (10-12-1-0), which is trying to escape last place in the AHL’s Eastern Conference. The Sound Tigers (12-11-1-1), the top affiliate of the New York...
  • Friday's local pro sports roundup: Admirals' playoff hopes take hit with loss at Syracuse

    Newly crowned American Hockey League MVP Tyler Johnson scored three goals as the Syracuse Crunch routed the Norfolk Admirals 6-1 Friday night. The Admirals (37-32-4-1), who began Friday in a two-way tie for seventh place in the AHL Eastern Conference...
  • Admirals suffer costly 2-0 loss, face uphill climb to make playoffs on final day

    Norfolk lost 2-0 Saturday at Albany (N.Y.) on the next-to-last day of the AHL regular season, putting the Admirals’ hopes of qualifying for the playoffs out of their hands. The Devils’ David Wohlberg scored on a rebound past Norfolk goalie...
  • Friday's local pro sports roundup: Admirals win third in row, move into playoff position

    Coming from as far behind as last place in the AHL Eastern Conference, the Norfolk Admirals at last are over .500 and in playoff position. They've got five games left -- all away from Scope Arena -- to keep it. Friday, No. 1 star Steven Whitney...
  • Saturday's local pro sports roundup: Admirals improve playoff hopes with fourth win in a row

    Sami Vatanen scored 3:24 into overtime Saturday night, giving the Norfolk Admirals (37-30-4-1) a 4-3 victory over the Worcester Sharks in Massachusetts. By finishing a two-game sweep of San Jose's top affiliate, the Admirals improved to 2-0 on their...
  • Maroon's hat trick caps Admirals' rally for OT victory

    Patrick Maroon completed his hat trick in overtime Friday night as the Norfolk Admirals beat Eastern Conference-leading Syracuse 5-4 before 6,049 at Scope, overcoming a three-goal deficit in the third period to register a crucial victory in their drive to...
  • Andersen saves Admirals again on Crunch course

    If the Norfolk Admirals squeeze into the AHL playoffs this season, they'll owe a large debt to goaltender Frederik Andersen. Yet again Saturday night, Andersen was a great Dane in a key game. He made 41 saves and was named the No. 1 star in a 2-0...
  • Penguins deal Admirals' AHL playoff hopes a setback

    Norfolk’s hopes of reaching the AHL playoffs were dealt a blow Tuesday night when the Admirals lost 3-2 to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (37-28-2-2) before 4,118 at Scope Arena. The Admirals (33-30-4-1) trailed 3-0 before third-period goals...
  • Friday's local roundup: Former W&M tennis star Moulton-Levy joins partner in Family Circle Cup doubles semis

    Friday's local roundup: Former W&M tennis star Moulton-Levy joins partner in Family Circle Cup doubles semis
    Former William and Mary tennis All-American Megan Moulton-Levy reached Saturday’s doubles semifinals of the Family Circle Cup in Charleston, S.C., joining Shuai Zhang to defeat Yaroslava Shvedova and Julia Goerges 5-7, 6-3, 1-0 (10-5) on green clay....