The ECHL wrapped up their Board of Governor's meeting and there's a lot of changes going to come, which will be tackled this week. There's changes in the SPHL, as the Macon area gets a team once again-- full with a punny name. The Glens Falls area is looking for some outside help with funding their arena, but what will that mean for the Flames?? The Toledo Walleye are already getting amped for their outdoor games this winter, while other teams are amped to be affiliated with some higher-up clubs. All that, plus some coaching changes, the Arizona Sundogs owners get unburied, and We Hardly Knew Ye.
Archive for June 30th 2014
The minor league hockey season ended with a bang this week, as the Calder Cup was handed out to the team from the heart of Texas. We'll talk about that and the dream season for the Texas Stars this year. Big rumors coming out of the SPHL when it comes to two franchises coming into the fold-- one familiar, one kind of familiar. The ECHL Governors' Meetings are going on in Sin City, there's coaching moves in the AHL, and the Flames are trying to get rooted in the Adirondacks. All that, plus We Hardly Knew Ye.
This week, the Kelly Cup was going way up north, as the Alaska Aces go ahead and win a record championship in the ECHL. The Syracuse Crunch look to break a record in attendance with their latest announcement, as well as break some travel records for their pre-season tour. The SPHL had their owner's meetings and trying to make sure the league lasts was top spot on the agenda. The Arizona Sundogs are trying to bury their owner's and management in the name of selling tickets, while the Fort Wayne Komets hope to not get buried with top players leaving for Europe. All that, plus a Calder Cup update after their long delay and We Hardly Knew Ye
The Calder Cup Finals are underway Sunday night and the Kelly Cup Finals are almost a wrap; Scotty will dive into both to give you news and updates there. Does Cincinnati know they're in the Kelly Cup Finals?? Attendance figures say not so much, but we'll look to see the reasoning behind the small crowds in Cincy. The ECHL and CHL have announced their schedules with one not having a playoff format and another not having a true number of teams-- but the hype behind it should be good enough for anyone getting ready for October. The Protected Lists are also out for the ECHL and Fort Wayne GM David Franke breaks it down for us from a fundamental standpoint. All that, plus some quick hits and We Hardly Knew Ye.
This week, Scotty dives into the situation concerning Devan Dubnyk's tenure and what he had to say after being demoted to the AHL this season. This week brought changes to the Washington Capitals and their affiliations, as well as aligning all Pennsylvania teams together in one little cluster. Also, which market is the CHL looking at now, which coach is on his second straight expansion team, and which team will be the subject of We Hardly Knew Ye?? All that and playoff reports, as well.