The SPHL season is winding down, as the Finals are set. The road between Wheeling and Hamilton has been a well traveled path, while Scooter Vaughan is taking an alternative route to success in his first AHL season. Columbus Cottonmouths' coach Jerome Bechard talks about his team's season as a whole, while more yearly awards were given out. All that, the ECHL playoff bracket, news and notes, plus We Hardly Knew Ye.
The SPHL Playoffs got a little crazy and Scotty will run down the after effect of that, plus give you the low-down on the Yearly Honors the SPHL handed out thus far. Carter Rowney is on doing his best to ply his trade and go beyond most odds to get a NHL contract from first only signing an AHL-only deal. Consistency is Mike Monfredo's mantra...and if it isn't-- it should be as he's been more than consistent for the Quad City Mallards. The monthly awards came down, as did the weeklys, the new San Jose AHL team name, plus Syracuse's push for the 2016 AHL All-Star Game. All that, and We Hardly Knew Ye.
In a bit of a truncated show, Scotty talks about the SPHL Playoffs, the leap that Cole Bardreau has made to Lehigh Valley, what its like to live in the AHL/NHL bubble like Andrew Ebbett, plus News and Notes and a bonus We Hardly Knew Ye.
More moving and shaking rumored in the AHL, as we get in the thick of Silly Season. Jeff Malcolm is doing his best to prove he belongs in Hartford once King Henrik returns to his Broadway throne. Though a man of few words, Winston Day Chief is commanding respect in the Rapid City locker room, while Jayson Megna is making a name for himself in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Meanwhile, in Toronto-- patience is the name of the game for the Marlies. All that, plus news, notes, and We Hardly Knew Ye.
This edition of the Farm Report has Scotty talking about some of the moves made at the ECHL trade deadline, the moves made by some AHL franchises, and what the move to California could really mean for the AHL and the NHL parent teams. Rod Aldoff is none too pleased with his two-time SPHL champion Ice Flyers, while the Quad City Mallards are flying together despite call-ups and injuries. All that, plus some news and notes, as well as We Hardly Knew Ye.