The Chicago Steel sealed their fate with an overtime goal last Saturday night, defeating the Muskegon Lumberjacks in four games to claim the Eastern Conference Championship title and secure a spot in the Clark Cup Final. Tomorrow night they will take on the Sioux Falls Stampede, who earned their Western Conference Championship title with a … Continue reading Three Wins From the Clark Cup: Chicago Steel Advance to Finals
Seated second seed of the Eastern Conference with a record-breaking regular season in the books, the Chicago Steel are gearing up to face their first offseason opponent this weekend on home ice. The team set multiple team and individual records throughout the 62-game regular season stretch, including a franchise record for successive postseason appearances, clinching … Continue reading Chicago Steel to Begin Their 2019 Clark Cup Quest
After clinching a Calder Cup Playoff berth last Saturday in Iowa, the Roadrunners returned to Tucson for a weekend set with the Grand Rapids Griffins and a chance to lock up home-ice and the Pacific division. After a scoreless first period, Lawson Crouse got Tucson on the board midway through the second Friday evening, extending … Continue reading Roadrunners Spilt Series with Griffins, Clinch Home Ice for First Round
It's that time of the year again! The two final regular season NWHL games will be played this upcoming weekend. The Boston Pride will be stopping in Buffalo to face the Beauts at 5:30 PM on Saturday, March 17th, and the Connecticut Whale will be visiting the Metropolitan Riveters on Sunday, March 18th, at 7:30 … Continue reading NWHL Playoffs Preview 2018
The Roadrunners were unable to pull off a comeback against the Ontario Reign on Sunday night for their teddy bear toss game. They lost in regulation for only the fourth time this season. Early in the first period, Ontario got out to a 2-0 lead Tucson with goals from Michael Mersh and Justin Auger. Kyle … Continue reading Roadrunners Recap: Reign 4, Roadrunners 2
Blackhawks prospect camp has 45 players ready to show everyone how they have grown and what they can bring to the team in the future. The team has many new draft picks and invitees that are ready to show what they can do. Some may try and make the roster and others will try … Continue reading Top 5 Blackhawks Prospects to Watch
The Arizona Coyotes have their first pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft at 7. Arizona found themselves in the same position last season when they drafted Clayton Keller. Keller only played three games with Arizona this season, tallying two assists, but looked as though he will be fun to watch in the coming years. … Continue reading Who Should The Coyotes Draft 7th Overall?