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    icon115 Ahl 2013-2014

    Use this thread to discuss the AHL's 2013-2014 season......all information, statistics, scores, standings, discussion, video, etc. should be posted here.

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    The AHL is basically two different leagues, and has been for several years now. This is because Eastern Conference teams do not play against Western Conference teams any longer, except for the two teams (Eastern and Western Conference playoff champions) which reach the Calder Cup Finals to face off against each other.

    Some AHL teams are owned by their NHL parent club, whereas other AHL teams are independently owned and enter into contracts called affiliation agreements with NHL clubs.

    AHL teams get a certain number of NHL contracted players from the parent club (either two way contracts, where the salaries differ at the NHL vs. AHL levels, or NHL only contracted players on one way deals who got demoted, but still receive an NHL salary), whereas other players get signed to AHL-only contracts.

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    There are some changes this season, as there usually are in the long but chaotic history of the AHL.

    The Houston Aeros, who had joined the AHL back when the old IHL folded in the mid 1990's, are no more. The franchise was sold to the Minnesota Wild of the NHL, who moved the franchise to Iowa (which is much closer to Minnesota) and renamed it the Iowa Wild.

    The Peoria Rivermen franchise was sold to the ownership of the NHL's Vancouver Canucks, who moved the franchise east to Utica, NY, and renamed it the Utica Comets.

    The Connecticut Whale reverted, after 2 1/2 seasons, back to its former name, the Hartford Wolfpack. They remain the NY Rangers' farm club.

    There are, accordingly, some new NHL-AHL affiliations, which I will detail below.

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    AHL team, NHL parent club (as of this season):

    Abbotsford Heat - Calgary Flames
    Adirondack Phantoms - Philadelphia Flyers
    Albany Devils - New Jersey Devils
    Binghamton Senators - Ottawa Senators
    Bridgeport Sound Tigers - New York Islanders
    Charlotte Checkers - Carolina Hurricanes
    Chicago Wolves - St. Louis Blues
    Grand Rapids Griffins - Detroit Red Wings
    Hamilton Bulldogs - Montreal Canadiens
    Hershey Bears - Washington Capitals
    Hartford Wolfpack - New York Rangers
    Iowa Wild - Minnesota Wild
    Lake Erie Monsters - Colorado Avalanche
    Manchester Monarchs - Los Angeles Kings
    Milwaukee Admirals - Nashville Predators
    Norfolk Admirals - Anaheim Ducks
    Oklahoma City Barons - Edmonton Oilers
    Portland Pirates - Phoenix Coyotes
    Providence Bruins - Boston Bruins
    Rochester Americans - Buffalo Sabres
    Rockford Ice Hogs - Chaicago Blackhawks
    San Antonio Rampage - Florida Panthers
    Springfield Falcons - Columbus Blue Jackets
    St. John's Icecaps - Winnipeg Jets
    Syracuse Crunch - Tampa Bay Lightning
    Texas Stars - Dallas Stars
    Toronto Marlies - Toronto Maple Leafs
    Utica Comets - Vancouver Canucks
    Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins - Pittsburgh Penguins
    Worcester Sharks - San Jose Sharks

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    Standings, updated every day, all season long, can be found at this link:

    http://theahl.com/stats/statdisplay....id=-1&confId=0

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    Top scorers (goals + assists), also updated every day, all season long, can be found here:

    http://theahl.com/stats/statdisplay....division_id=-1

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    Top goalies, with stats updated every day, all season long, can be found here:

    http://theahl.com/stats/statdisplay....division_id=-1

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    Instead of the usual league All Star Game, the AHL is having a very unique event this year.....the AHL All Stars vs. Farjestads BK of the Swedish Elite League.

    Below is an article about the event from the AHL website, reprinted here for educational, non-profit, & discussion purposes:

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    AHL to host Färjestad in '14 All-Star Classic

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced today that the St. John’s IceCaps and Mile One Centre have been selected to host the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic on Feb. 11-12, 2014, and that the event will have a special international flavor..

    Taking place just prior to the start of the men’s Olympic hockey tournament, the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic in St. John’s, N.L., will see a team of American Hockey League All-Stars face off against Färjestad BK, one of the top professional teams in the Swedish Hockey League, in a two-day event including a Skills Competition on Tuesday, Feb. 11 and the All-Star Game on Wednesday, Feb. 12.

    “I would like to thank Färjestad, the Swedish Hockey League and the St. John’s IceCaps for their commitment to making this very special opportunity a reality,” said Andrews. “The city and fans of St. John’s have wholly embraced the IceCaps since our league returned to Newfoundland and Labrador, and this historic and memorable event is an excellent way for us to showcase our brightest stars to what will truly be an international audience.”

    The 2014 AHL All-Star Classic will mark the first time ever that a Swedish Hockey League team has competed in North America. Founded in 1932 and based in the city of Karlstad, Sweden, Färjestad BK – led by team CEO Håkan Loob – is one of the most successful franchises in all of European hockey, playing in 19 league finals and winning nine Swedish league championships, including four since 2002.

    “The St. John’s IceCaps organization is extremely proud to showcase our city and Newfoundland and Labrador to an international audience as host of the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic,” said Danny Williams, President and CEO of the St. John’s IceCaps. “Hosting one of Sweden’s elite teams will be a first for the American Hockey League and will undoubtedly ignite hockey fever throughout the province. We look forward to bringing this exciting event to hockey fans around the world.”

    “The SHL is proud to be a part of this event and it is a positive step in the direction our league is heading,” said Jörgen Lindgren, CEO of the Swedish Hockey League. “Most importantly, we are proud to give North American hockey fans a unique sports experience.”

    The international telecast of the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic in St. John’s will be produced and aired live by Sportsnet. In addition to the Skills Competition and All-Star Game, the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic in St. John’s – the 20th edition of the league’s modern All-Star festivities – will also include social events as well as the 2014 AHL Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Ceremony.

    The 2014 AHL All-Star Classic in St. John’s will feature the top young talent in the American Hockey League. Of the 630 players to take part in the AHL All-Star Classic since the event was reinstated in 1995, more than 93 percent have competed in the National Hockey League, including Patrice Bergeron, Daniel Briere, Ryan Callahan, Zdeno Chara, Jimmy Howard, Niklas Kronwall, Chris Kunitz, Ryan Miller, Zach Parise, Tuukka Rask, Pekka Rinne, Bobby Ryan, Martin St. Louis, Cory Schneider, Patrick Sharp, Jason Spezza and Eric Staal.

    In operation since 1936, the AHL continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League teams. More than 87 percent of today’s NHL players are American Hockey League graduates, and for the 12th year in a row, more than 6 million fans attended AHL games across North America in 2012-13.

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    Starkovs, this is for you.

    Video highlights of the Milwaukee Admirals' come from behind 3-2 OT win over the Texas Stars on October 30, 2013:

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OeWT33hIuYs

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    I like the news about the All Star Event. Random but always interesting to see the different hockey styles and cultures come together. Also Marc don't forget to promote the AHL Live service! I've watched a couple of games on there when they offered some free passes its good to see the league in action (since ESPN America is no more in the UK).
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    December 13, 2013, saw the Rochester Americans host the Lake Erie (i.e., Cleveland) Monsters in the outdoor "Frozen Frontier" game.



    From the AHL site, reprinted here for educational and discussion purposes:

    The Rochester Americans hosted the sixth outdoor game in AHL history on Friday night, and a standing-room-only crowd at Frontier Field were treated to a thrilling finish -- and a big win for the home team.

    Mike Zigomanis, Johan Larsson and Matt Ellis scored on the Amerks' last three shootout attempts to erase a 2-0 [shootout] deficit and send Rochester to a 5-4 win over the Lake Erie Monsters in the "Frozen Frontier" before 11,015 fans.

    The Amerks also came back in regulation, overcoming a 3-1 deficit to take a 4-3 lead before Lake Erie tied the game in the final second of the third period.

    Ellis and Jerome Gauthier-Leduc recorded a goal and an assist for Rochester, which also got goals from Phil Varone and Colton Gillies.

    Matt Hunwick scored twice, Mark Olver notched a goal and two assists and Andrew Agozzino picked up three assists for the Monsters.



    This link has a video insert where you can see game highlights:

    http://theahl.com/amerks-prevail-in-...ontier-p189176


    Interestingly, Rochester will be competing in Europe at the storied Spengler Cup tournament from Dec. 26-31, 2013. The only AHL team to ever participate, the Amerks also played in the 1996 Spengler Cup, finishing in third place.

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    Here is the AHL All Star roster for the upcoming "All-Star Classic" against Farjestad of the Swedish elite league.

    http://theahl.com/all-star-roster-p189697

    Some strong players, especially in goal. However, I have issues with the omission of several top AHL offensemen from this roster, as well as the fact that certain players named to it will not be available, as they have been called up to the NHL and are not likely to be returned to the AHL (for one example, Ryan Strome).

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    The St. John's Icecaps, farm club of the Winnipeg Jets, will likely be moving from St. John's, Newfoundland (far eastern Atlantic Canada) to Thunder Bay, Ontario.

    The Icecaps have been very popular in St. John's, having had strong attendance and merchandise sales.

    The Jets have pledged to help the city of St. John's obtain another farm team affiliated with a different NHL club, but I don't see that as a certainty......which other NHL club is looking to move its farm club to Atlantic Canada, far away from American and Canadian population centers?

    The news of the probable move was met with disappointment by the Icecaps, even though they have known about the possibility for months. The club's head of marketing noted that the news was "killing" the team's attendance and merchandise sales.

    http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=441790

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    Much closer and easier to move players for callups... makes sense. Nobody really understood why they went with St John's in the first place.

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    Farjestad of the Swedish Elite League will stick around in Canada for a few days after playing against the AHL All-Stars on February 12th. They will travel west to Toronto and face the Maple Leafs' farm club, the Toronto Marlies, in an exhibition game on February 15, 2014.

    No word on whether either team will rest its starters and go with backups, or whether they will use full rosters.

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    So the all-star event began tonight, with the AHL taking on Farjestad of the Swedish elite league in the skills competition. The AHL pulled out an 18-17 win; the format and boxscore can be found here: http://theahl.com/2014-skills-competition-p190323

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    Tomorrow's February 12th game will be televised on the NHL Network, & on the MSG network here in New York (which is, aside from ESPN, the biggest sports channel in the USA's biggest media market!!!!). Great news!

    In addition, the game will be broadcast by the AHL live, for free, from its website. www.theahl.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Tomorrow's February 12th game will be televised on the NHL Network, & on the MSG network here in New York (which is, aside from ESPN, the biggest sports channel in the USA's biggest media market!!!!). Great news!

    In addition, the game will be broadcast by the AHL live, for free, from its website. www.theahl.com
    What time tomorrow, do you know? May have to tune in for it, then
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    6:30 EST, but I believe it will also be replayed later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    6:30 EST, but I believe it will also be replayed later.
    Cool, thanks. I'll definitely try to catch it.
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    I caught the majority of the game, and the AHL All Stars won 7-2. They pretty much were in control of the game, and it looked like Farjestad was uncomfortable with the smaller North American ice.
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    Here is the AHL's recap of the game - http://theahl.com/ahl-all-stars-defe...tad-bk-p190386

    The link also gives video highlights of the game.....all of the goals and some nice saves by the Farjestad goaltenders.

    I watched the game.....Farjestad was definitely uncomfortable with the smaller ice in the first period, but was much more comfortable over the remaining 40 minutes. You also have to remember that Farjestad had to travel from Karlstad to Stockholm, Stockholm to Iceland, Iceland to Toronto, and Toronto to St. John's, Newfoundland. The trip took over 12 hours and they only had a day or two to settle in.

    It will be very interesting to see how Farjestad, a traditional Swedish league power but an average team in the Swedish league this year, does with a few days of rest, and after having had a chance to get used to the smaller ice, vs. the Toronto Marlies on Feb. 15th. Toronto is 4th in the 15 team AHL West conference (remember that AHL West teams do not play AHL East teams for the past several years, except for the two teams that meet in the Calder Cup Finals).

    Despite the score and their slow acclimation to the small ice in the first period, Farjestad actually outshot the AHL'ers 36-30.

    AHL ALL STARS 7, FARJESTAD BK (Swedish Elite League) 2 (4-0, 1-0, 2-2)
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    The Toronto Marlies played Farjestad of the Swedish elite league on February 15, 2014. Both teams used their full rosters, although Farjestad is missing a couple of regulars due to Olympic participation.

    Toronto won 4-3 in OT, outshooting Farjestad 32-20 along the way.

    To be fair, I thought Farjestad was cheated out of a goal in the third period - it was inexplicably waived off, and would have given Farjestad a 4-3 lead.

    Video highlights can be found here: http://www.marlies.ca/news/news.asp?story_id=2991

    Pre-game, ex-Toronto Maple Leaf and current Farjestad captain Rickard Wallin talked about Farjestad's trouble adjusting to the small ice (especially in the first period against the AHL All-Stars), but also complimented the skill of the AHL and its teams and players. He basically said that he feels that the KHL is Europe's best league, but that he feels the Swedish league is as good or better than any other European league - and that the AHL and the Swedish league are basically on par, despite the different styles. See the interview here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghq_uOzradQ
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    Really detailed, wonderful article on the Hershey Bears and their long, proud history as the longest running and most storied AHL franchise (since the early 1930's, and with an AHL best 11 Calder Cup championships) and what they mean to the small town of Hershey, Pennsylvania. Well worth your time to read in its entirety.

    As you will see, while the Bears are currently Washington's farm club, they haven't always been. The team is independently owned and has been the farm club for and affiliated with various NHL teams over the decades.

    http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=7...d=nhl:topheads
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    From TSN, reprinted here for educational and discussion purposes:

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    The Calgary Flames announced on Tuesday that they are pulling their American Hockey League farm team out of Abbotsford, B.C. at the end of the season.

    The Abbotsford Heat have played out of the 7,000-seat Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre since the franchise moved the Quad Cities Flames from Illinois for the 2009-10 season.

    Flames president and CEO Ken King explained some of the reasons for the decision in a statement.

    "The economics did not turn out the way any of us intended, despite the tremendous efforts of many men and women who made it their mission to convert the allegiances of local hockey fans, at least at the American Hockey League level, to the Heat," explained King. "Notwithstanding economics our experiences in the Fraser Valley have been good. We have made good friends, have wonderful local partners and believe that our players have been served well in this market. Unfortunately the time has come for us to move on."

    The Heat have already clinched a playoff spot this season and will make a postseason appearance for the third time in their five seasons in Abbotsford. They have made it to the second round twice.

    Abbotsford is the western-most franchise in the AHL and is the only team playing in the Pacific time zone.

    The Flames did not announce a new location for the team but said that several opportunities exist for the organization.

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    In my opinion, it was a dumb move for the Flames to out their farm team in the heart of Vancouver Canucks territory. Is it any surprise that the team didn't have many fans? Vancouver fans are not going to support and cheer for one of their arch-rivals' farm teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    From TSN, reprinted here for educational and discussion purposes:

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    The Calgary Flames announced on Tuesday that they are pulling their American Hockey League farm team out of Abbotsford, B.C. at the end of the season.

    The Abbotsford Heat have played out of the 7,000-seat Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre since the franchise moved the Quad Cities Flames from Illinois for the 2009-10 season.

    Flames president and CEO Ken King explained some of the reasons for the decision in a statement.

    "The economics did not turn out the way any of us intended, despite the tremendous efforts of many men and women who made it their mission to convert the allegiances of local hockey fans, at least at the American Hockey League level, to the Heat," explained King. "Notwithstanding economics our experiences in the Fraser Valley have been good. We have made good friends, have wonderful local partners and believe that our players have been served well in this market. Unfortunately the time has come for us to move on."

    The Heat have already clinched a playoff spot this season and will make a postseason appearance for the third time in their five seasons in Abbotsford. They have made it to the second round twice.

    Abbotsford is the western-most franchise in the AHL and is the only team playing in the Pacific time zone.

    The Flames did not announce a new location for the team but said that several opportunities exist for the organization.

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    In my opinion, it was a dumb move for the Flames to out their farm team in the heart of Vancouver Canucks territory. Is it any surprise that the team didn't have many fans? Vancouver fans are not going to support and cheer for one of their arch-rivals' farm teams.
    AND the owners are getting paid by the Abbotsford government to move out of the city also. $5.5m to leave, and a no losses type contract. Seems like a real idiotic deal in the first place.

    I was reading here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/britis...sses-1.2610985
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    Final Standings

    Eastern Conference
    RkClubGPWOTLSOLLGS:GAPTS
    1 Manchester Monarchs 76 48 3 6 19 244:188 105
    2 Springfield Falcons 76 47 1 5 23 247:212 100
    3 Binghamton Senators 76 44 3 5 24 276:243 96
    4 St. John’s IceCaps 76 46 2 5 23 258:207 99
    5 Albany Devils 76 40 5 8 23 220:193 93
    6 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 76 42 3 5 26 206:185 92
    7 Providence Bruins 76 40 2 9 25 233:210 91
    8 Norfolk Admirals 76 40 3 7 26 201:192 90
    9 Hershey Bears76 39 5 5 27 221:213 88
    10 Hartford Wolf Pack76 37 1 6 32 202:220 81
    11 Worcester Sharks76 36 4 2 34 289:226 78
    12 Syracuse Crunch76 31 4 9 32 198:232 75
    13 Adirondack Phantoms76 30 2 6 38 182:225 68
    14 Bridgeport Sound Tigers76 28 2 6 40 183:238 64
    15 Portland Pirates76 24 3 10 39 222:284 61

    Western Conference
    RkClubGPWOTLSOLLGS:GAPTS
    1 Texas Stars 76 48 3 7 18 274:197 106
    2 Chicago Wolves 76 45 5 5 21 239:191 100
    3 Toronto Marlies 76 45 2 4 25 223:202 96
    4 Grand Rapids Griffins 76 46 2 5 23 238:187 99
    5 Abbotsford Heat 76 43 5 3 25 237:215 94
    6 Milwaukee Admirals 76 39 6 7 24 215:199 91
    7 Rochester Americans 76 37 6 5 28 216:217 85
    8 Oklahoma City Barons 76 36 2 9 29 239:256 83
    9 Rockford IceHogs76 35 5 4 32 234:262 79
    10 Utica Comets76 35 5 4 32 187:216 79
    11 Charlotte Checkers76 37 1 2 36 228:241 77
    12 Lake Erie Monsters76 32 1 10 33 197:232 75
    13 Hamilton Bulldogs76 33 1 7 35 182:224 74
    14 San Antonio Rampage76 30 3 6 37 206:235 69
    15 Iowa Wild76 27 7 6 36 169:235 67
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Eastern Conference
    RkClubGPWOTLSOLLGS:GAPTS
    1 Manchester Monarchs 76 48 3 6 19 244:188 105
    2 Springfield Falcons 76 47 1 5 23 247:212 100
    3 Binghamton Senators 76 44 3 5 24 276:243 96
    4 St. John’s IceCaps 76 46 2 5 23 258:207 99
    5 Albany Devils 76 40 5 8 23 220:193 93
    6 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 76 42 3 5 26 206:185 92
    7 Providence Bruins 76 40 2 9 25 233:210 91
    8 Norfolk Admirals 76 40 3 7 26 201:192 90
    9 Hershey Bears76 39 5 5 27 221:213 88
    10 Hartford Wolf Pack76 37 1 6 32 202:220 81
    11 Worcester Sharks76 36 4 2 34 289:226 78
    12 Syracuse Crunch76 31 4 9 32 198:232 75
    13 Adirondack Phantoms76 30 2 6 38 182:225 68
    14 Bridgeport Sound Tigers76 28 2 6 40 183:238 64
    15 Portland Pirates76 24 3 10 39 222:284 61

    Western Conference
    RkClubGPWOTLSOLLGS:GAPTS
    1 Texas Stars 76 48 3 7 18 274:197 106
    2 Chicago Wolves 76 45 5 5 21 239:191 100
    3 Toronto Marlies 76 45 2 4 25 223:202 96
    4 Grand Rapids Griffins 76 46 2 5 23 238:187 99
    5 Abbotsford Heat 76 43 5 3 25 237:215 94
    6 Milwaukee Admirals 76 39 6 7 24 215:199 91
    7 Rochester Americans 76 37 6 5 28 216:217 85
    8 Oklahoma City Barons 76 36 2 9 29 239:256 83
    9 Rockford IceHogs76 35 5 4 32 234:262 79
    10 Utica Comets76 35 5 4 32 187:216 79
    11 Charlotte Checkers76 37 1 2 36 228:241 77
    12 Lake Erie Monsters76 32 1 10 33 197:232 75
    13 Hamilton Bulldogs76 33 1 7 35 182:224 74
    14 San Antonio Rampage76 30 3 6 37 206:235 69
    15 Iowa Wild76 27 7 6 36 169:235 67
    Is it just me or does anyone else find it absurd that it is late April and the AHL hasn't even BEGUN its playoffs?
    The NBA and NHL playoffs are well into their respective post seasons and they play a longer (82 game) schedule.
    Did the AHL shut down like the NHL did for the Olympics?
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    I agree with you 100%......ridiculous. Not sure if the league shut down for the Olympics or not.

    As for me, I cheer for Hartford, Hershey and Chicago. Only Chicago made the playoffs so I hope the Wolves win this year's Calder Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    I agree with you 100%......ridiculous. Not sure if the league shut down for the Olympics or not.

    As for me, I cheer for Hartford, Hershey and Chicago. Only Chicago made the playoffs so I hope the Wolves win this year's Calder Cup.
    Chicago is funny. When ESPN America started to show the AHL highlights and live games here in England (UK whatever!) they only ever showed the feed from the Chic Wolves TV! So every other night or so the Wolves were on TV! Grown a bit of a soft spot for them thanks to that. Other then that the Charlotte Checkers have one of the best logos in hockey.
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    23.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 1

    Providence Bruins - Springfield Falcons 2:3/OT (1:0, 0:2, 1:0, 0:1)
    1:0 - 13.41 David Warsofsky (Trotman, Spooner) PP
    1:1 - 22.46 Jean-Francois Jacques (Dano, Chaput)
    1:2 - 36.14 Ryan Craig (McNeil, Joudrey)
    2:2 - 47.43 Ryan Spooner (Warsofsky, Fraser)
    2:3 - 62.21 Andrew Joudrey (Tyrell, St. Denis)
    PIM: 6x2 - 7x2 SOG: 37-34 Att: 4106
    *Springfield leads series 1-0

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    23.4.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 1

    Oklahoma City Barons - Texas Stars 2:3/OT (0:0, 2:1, 0:1, 0:1)
    1:0 - 21.49 Austin Fyten (Nurse, Fedun)
    2:0 - 27.04 Curtis Hamilton (Acton)
    2:1 - 34.43 Derek Meech (Dowling, Ranford) PP
    2:2 - 47.18 Mike Hedden (Glennie, Gaunce)
    2:3 - 65.35 Mike Hedden(2) (Dowling, Oleksiak)
    PIM: 5x2+1x5+1x10 - 6x2+1x5 SOG: 28-33 Att: 1278
    *Texas leads series 1-0

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    25.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 1

    Manchester Monarchs - Norfolk Admirals 2:0 (1:0, 0:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 11.38 Sean Backman (Mersch, Weal)
    2:0 - 58.40 Zach O’Brien (Andreoff, McNabb)
    PIM: 3x2 - 4x2 SOG: 26-30 Att: 6623
    *Manchester leads series 1-0

    Binghamton Senators - Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 2:3/OT (1:0, 1:2, 0:0, 0:1)
    1:0 - 06.06 Cody Ceci (Mullen, Da Costa)
    1:1 - 32.23 Harry Zolnierczyk (Dumoulin, Kostopoulos)
    2:1 - 34.44 Jean-Gabriel Pageau (Mullen, Prince)
    2:2 - 37.57 Andrew Ebbett (Kobasew) SH
    2:3 - 68.40 Anton Zlobin
    PIM: 6x2 - 4x2 SOG: 29-37 Att: 3016
    *Wilkes-Barre/Scranton leads series 1-0

    Albany Devils - St. John’s IceCaps 1:2 (0:1, 1:0, 0:1)
    0:1 - 04.29 Eric O’Dell (Samson)
    1:1 - 22.13 Joe Whitney (Merill, Sislo)
    1:2 - 59.36 Ben Chiarot (Redmond, Gordon)
    PIM: 6x2 - 4x2 SOG: 26-32 Att: 6572
    *St. John’s leads series 1-0

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    25.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 2

    Springfield Falcons - Providence Bruins 1:2/OT (0:1, 1:0, 0:0, 0:1)
    0:1 - 07.29 Blake Parlett (Griffith, Khokhlachev)
    1:1 - 24.43 Michael Chaput (Erixon, Dano)
    1:2 - 63.54 Matt Fraser (Johnson)
    PIM: 2x2+1x5 - 1x2+1x5 SOG: 24-36 Att: 2753
    *Series tied 1-1

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    25.4.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 1

    Rochester Americans - Chicago Wolves 3:4/OT (2:1, 1:0, 0:2, 0:1)
    1:0 - 14.09 Joel Armia (Crawford, Larsson)
    2:0 - 15.51 Nick Deslauriers (Ruhwedel, Armia) PP
    2:1 - 18.45 Brent Regner (Cannone, Harper) PP
    3:1 - 21.47 Luke Adam (Ruhwedel, Varone) PP
    3:2 - 55.10 Sebastian Wannstrom (Regner) SH
    3:3 - 57.41 Mark Cundari (Harper, Davies)
    3:4 - 61.06 Dmitrij Jaskin (Davies, Cannone)
    PIM: 5x2 - 7x2 SOG: 29-39 Att: 5710
    *Chicago leads series 1-0

    Milwaukee Admirals - Toronto Marlies 2:6 (0:1, 1:2, 1:3)
    0:1 - 17.46 Sam Carrick (McKegg, Marshall)
    0:2 - 21.55 Josh Leivo (Smith, Percy)
    1:2 - 37.47 Patrick Cehlin (Jarnkrok, Rodney)
    1:3 - 38.55 TJ Brennan (D’Amigo, Smith)
    1:4 - 40.46 Jerry D’Amigo (Brennan, Yeo)
    2:4 - 42.09 Filip Forsberg (Rodney, Sissons) PP
    2:5 - 58.21 Kenny Ryan (Granberg) SH EN
    2:6 - 59.09 Sam Carrick(2) SH EN
    PIM: 7x2 - 5x2 SOG: 30-28 Att: 3176
    *Toronto leads series 1-0

    Abbotsford Heat - Grand Rapids Griffins 1:2/2OT (1:0, 0:0, 0:1, 0:0, 0:1)
    1:0 - 11.44 Brett Olson (Baertschi, Knight)
    1:1 - 52.37 Mattias Backman (Athanasiou, Nestrasil)
    1:2 - 99.26 Ryan Sproul (Paetsch, Nastasiuk)
    PIM: 5x2 - 6x2+1x5 SOG: 56-41 Att: 2420
    *Grand Rapids leads series 1-0

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    26.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 2

    Manchester Monarchs - Norfolk Admirals 2:3 (2:0, 0:2, 0:1)
    1:0 - 16.34 Nic Dowd (Andreoff, Vey)
    2:0 - 17.51 Zach O’Brien (Quailer, Shore)
    2:1 - 27.54 Max Friberg (Steckel, Petersson) PP
    2:2 - 31.56 Dave Steckel (Eminger, Vatanen)
    2:3 - 51.17 William Karlsson (Kerdiles, Vatanen)
    PIM: 2x2 - 5x2 SOG: 34-27 Att: 7824
    *Series tied 1-1

    Binghamton Senators - Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 4:3/OT (1:2, 1:1, 1:0, 1:0)
    0:1 - 04.51 Chuck Kobasew (Dumoulin, Ebbett)
    1:1 - 09.09 Chris Wideman (Stone, Ceci) PP
    1:2 - 11.03 Tom Kostopoulos (Carman, Payerl)
    1:3 - 21.58 Mike Carman (Mannino)
    2:3 - 36.34 Stephane Da Costa (Stone, Schneider) PP
    3:3 - 40.23 Mark Stone
    4:3 - 71.07 Stephane Da Costa(2) (Schneider, Stone)
    PIM: 2x2 - 3x2 SOG: 28-26 Att: 3306
    *Series tied 1-1

    Albany Devils - St. John’s IceCaps 4:2 (2:1, 1:1, 1:0)
    0:1 - 10.10 Brenden Kichton (Albert, Jaffray)
    1:1 - 11.09 Reid Boucher
    2:1 - 16.56 Stefan Matteau (Zajac, Tedenby) PP
    2:2 - 25.11 Brenden Kichton(2) (Redmond, Hutchinson) PP
    3:2 - 28.08 Mattias Tedenby (Zajac) PP
    4:2 - 50.01 Scott Timmins (Sislo) PP
    PIM: 5x2 - 9x2 SOG: 34-32 Att: 8026
    *Series tied 1-1

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    26.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 3

    Springfield Falcons - Providence Bruins 3:2 (0:0, 1:1, 2:1)
    0:1 - 30.37 Matt Lindblad (Griffith)
    1:1 - 35.23 Carter Camper (Craig, Boyce) PP
    2:1 - 42.32 Jake Hansen (Sedlak, Taormina)
    3:1 - 57.25 Dana Tyrell SH
    3:2 - 58.19 Matt Lindblad(2) (Trotman, Cunningham) PP
    PIM: 7x2 - 6x2 SOG: 25-44 Att: 3278
    *Springfield leads series 2-1

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    26.4.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 2

    Oklahoma City Barons - Texas Stars 2:3/OT (1:0, 0:1, 1:1, 0:1)
    1:0 - 05.40 Roman Horak (Lander)
    1:1 - 39.42 Travis Morin PP
    2:1 - 51.57 Jujhar Khaira (Ewanyk, Musil)
    2:2 - 59.20 Travis Morin(2) (Dowling, Oleksiak)
    2:3 - 75.04 Brendan Ranford (McKenzie, Morin)
    PIM: 6x2 - 5x2 SOG: 40-39 Att: 1781
    *Texas leads series 2-0

    Rochester Americans - Chicago Wolves 3:2 (0:1, 2:0, 1:1)
    0:1 - 18.45 Nathan Longpre (Jaskin, Regner)
    1:1 - 26.14 Colton Gillies (Hutchings, Gauthier-Leduc)
    2:1 - 30.37 Chad Ruhwedel (Gillies, Schaller)
    3:1 - 44.07 Luke Adam (Tardif, Ruhwedel) PP
    3:2 - 56.38 Keith Aucoin (Rattie, Jaskin) PP
    PIM: 6x2 - 5x2 SOG: 31-28 Att: 6409
    *Series tied 1-1

    Milwaukee Admirals - Toronto Marlies 2:5 (0:1, 0:1, 2:3)
    0:1 - 18.51 Brandon Kozun (Smith, D’Amigo)
    0:2 - 28.07 Sam Carrick (Smith, Leivo) PP
    1:2 - 40.53 Calle Jarnkrok (Forsberg)
    1:3 - 51.31 Brandon Kozun(2) (D’Amigo, Holzer) PP
    1:4 - 57.21 Kobinian Holzer (Yeo, Kozun) PP
    2:4 - 58.44 Bryan Rodney (Cehlin, Piskula)
    2:5 - 59.20 Jerry D’Amigo (Smithson) EN
    PIM: 8x2+1x4 - 6x2+1x4 SOG: 30-41 Att: 3701
    *Toronto leads series 2-0

    Abbotsford Heat - Grand Rapids Griffins 2:7 (2:3, 0:2, 0:2)
    1:0 - 07.40 Emile Poirier (Reinhart, Granlund)
    1:1 - 10.13 Trevor Parkes (Janmark, Sproul)
    2:1 - 15.32 Max Reinhart (Granlund, Billins) PP
    2:2 - 16.07 Andrej Nestrasil (Sproul, Paetsch)
    2:3 - 19.24 Cory Emmerton SH
    2:4 - 22.02 Jeff Hoggan (Pulkkinen)
    2:5 - 31.19 Andrej Nestrasil(2) (Fournier)
    2:6 - 46.42 Ryan Sproul (Pulkkinen, Paetsch) PP
    2:7 - 52.09 Teemu Pulkkinen (Backman, Nestrasil) PP
    PIM: 10x2+1x4+3x10 - 5x2+2x10 SOG: 17-46 Att: 2154
    *Grand Rapids leads series 2-0

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    29.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 4

    Providence Bruins - Springfield Falcons 6:3 (3:1, 1:1, 2:1)
    1:0 - 07.04 Craig Cunningham (Trotman, Warsofsky)
    2:0 - 08.54 Matt Fraser (Spooner, Warsofsky)
    2:1 - 13.00 Ryan Craig (Camper, McNeill) PP
    3:1 - 19.56 Ryan Spooner (Morrow, Parlett) PP
    3:2 - 33.53 Darryl Boyce (Camper, McNeill) PP
    4:2 - 33.59 Nick Johnson (Fallstrom)
    5:2 - 44.45 Matt Fraser(2) (Morrow)
    6:2 - 48.30 Alexander Khokhlachev (Johnson, Griffith) PP
    6:3 - 57.24 Tim Erixon (McNeill, Camper) PP
    PIM: 6x2 - 7x2 SOG: 38-34 Att: 3861
    *Series tied 2-2

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    30.4.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 3

    Norfolk Admirals - Manchester Monarchs 1:0/OT (0:0, 0:0, 0:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 74.51 Maxime Sauve (Friberg, Bailey)
    PIM: 4x2 - 3x2 SOG: 31-35 Att: 3076
    *Norfolk leads series 2-1

    Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins - Binghamton Senators 3:2/OT (1:1, 1:0, 0:1, 1:0)
    1:0 - 07.32 Nick Drazenovic (Kobasew, Dumoulin) PP
    1:1 - 07.53 Corey Cowick (Hamilton) SH
    2:1 - 36.37 Adam Payerl (Rowney, Harrington)
    2:2 - 50.58 Jim O’Brien (Grant, Dziurzynski)
    3:2 - 67.32 Chuck Kobasew (Sheary, Ebbett)
    PIM: 2x2 - 5x2 SOG: 33-22 Att: 6237
    *Wilkes-Barre/Scranton leads series 2-1

    St. John’s IceCaps - Albany Devils 1:0 (1:0, 0:0, 0:0)
    1:0 - 17.50 Kael Mouillierat (Redmond, O’Neill)
    PIM: 4x2+1x5 - 6x2+1x5 SOG: 35-24 Att: 6287
    *St. John’s leads series 2-1

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    30.4.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 3

    Texas Stars - Oklahoma City Barons 4:2 (1:0, 1:1, 2:1)
    1:0 - 07.16 Brendan Ranford (Morin, McKenzie)
    2:0 - 21.55 Chris Mueller (Petersen, Wrenn)
    2:1 - 28.54 Anton Lander (Fyten, Klefbom) SH
    2:2 - 43.24 Brad Hunt (Davidson, Stretch)
    3:2 - 51.21 Justin Dowling (Meech, Jokipakka) PP
    4:2 - 59.00 Scott Glennie (Hedden) EN
    PIM: 3x2 - 8x2+1x4 SOG: 34-23 Att: 4786
    *Texas wins series 3-0

    Grand Rapids Griffins - Abbotsford Heat 1:2 (1:0, 0:0, 0:2)
    1:0 - 17.26 Tomas Jurco (Sheahan, Callahan) PP
    1:1 - 45.52 Corey Locke (Breen, Jones)
    1:2 - 58.58 Markus Granlund (Billins, Ortio) PP
    PIM: 5x2 - 5x2 SOG: 35-25 Att: 7193
    *Grand Rapids leads series 2-1

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    1.5.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 3

    Chicago Wolves - Rochester Americans 4:0 (2:0, 0:0, 2:0)
    1:0 - 14.08 Adam Cracknell (Aucoin) SH
    2:0 - 15.56 Adam Cracknell(2) (Regner) PP
    3:0 - 42.16 Keith Aucoin (Jaskin, Regner) PP
    4:0 - 47.36 Ty Rattie (Jaskin, Corvo) PP
    PIM: 6x2+1x5 - 11x2+1x10 SOG: 30-18 Att: 4220
    *Chicago leads series 2-1

    Toronto Marlies - Milwaukee Admirals 2:0 (0:0, 1:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 37.31 Greg McKegg (D’Amigo, Percy) PP
    2:0 - 59.35 TJ Brennan (Smith, Leivo) PP EN
    PIM: 3x2 - 7x2 SOG: 23-29 Att: 5691
    *Toronto wins series 3-0

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    2.5.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 4

    Norfolk Admirals - Manchester Monarchs 3:2 (1:0, 0:1, 2:1)
    1:0 - 03.25 Nic Kerdiles (Vatanen, Rakell)
    1:1 - 35.56 Andy Andreoff (Weal) PP
    2:1 - 42.12 Chris Wagner (Yonkman)
    2:2 - 44.29 Andrew Campbell (Weal, Vey)
    3:2 - 50.49 Maxime Sauve (Wagner)
    PIM: 5x2 - 3x2 SOG: 22-19 Att: 3776
    *Norfolk wins series 3-1

    Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins - Binghamton Senators 5:1 (1:0, 3:0, 1:1)
    1:0 - 11.38 Chuck Kobasew (Ebbett, Dumoulin) PP
    2:0 - 21.19 Brian Dumoulin (Ebbett, Drazenovic) PP
    3:0 - 29.01 Dominik Uher (Rowney)
    4:0 - 37.07 Andrew Ebbett (Kobasew, Zolnierczyk)
    4:1 - 43.50 Shane Prince (Da Costa, O’Brien) PP
    5:1 - 57.53 Harry Zolnierczyk (Kostopoulos) EN
    PIM: 6x2 - 13x2 SOG: 24-27 Att: 6991
    *Wilkes-Barre/Scranton wins series 3-1

    St. John’s IceCaps - Albany Devils 4:1 (1:0, 3:1, 0:0)
    1:0 - 03.47 Andrew Gordon (Jaffray, Redmond)
    2:0 - 27.58 Andrew Gordon(2) (Cormier) SH
    2:1 - 29.17 Jon Merrill (Gelinas, Pesonen)
    3:1 - 34.28 Andrew Gordon(3) (Morrissey, Samson) PP
    4:1 - 37.15 John Albert (Riley)
    PIM: 6x2+1x5 - 4x2+1x5 SOG: 33-44 Att: 6287
    *St. John’s wins series 3-1
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    2.5.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-fnals; Game 4

    Chicago Wolves - Rochester Americans 2:7 (1:4, 1:2, 0:1)
    0:1 - 01.31 Joel Armia (Deslauriers, Porter)
    0:2 - 01.39 Nick Crawford
    1:2 - 05.00 Nathan Longpre (Shattock)
    1:3 - 08.44 Joel Armia(2) (Larsson, Porter) PP
    1:4 - 18.49 Brayden Irwin (Ristolainen, Ruhwedel)
    1:5 - 33.26 Frederick Roy (Armia)
    2:5 - 36.10 Christian Hanson (Corvo)
    2:6 - 38.22 Brayden Irwin(2) PP
    2:7 - 53.33 Johan Larsson (Porter, Armia) PP
    PIM: 10x2 - 6x2 SOG: 30-32 Att: 3473
    *Series tied 2-2

    Grand Rapids Griffins - Abbotsford Heat 5:3 (0:1, 3:1, 2:1)
    0:1 - 14.21 Shan eO’Brien (Breen, Hanowski)
    1:1 - 27.26 Teemu Pulkkinen (Jurco, Backman) PP
    2:1 - 29.49 Jeff Hoggan (McIntyre, Pulkkinen)
    2:2 - 33.16 Kane Lafranchise (Reinhart, Granlund)
    3:2 - 39.26 Jeff Hoggan(2) (Emmerton, Ferraro)
    4:2 - 44.51 Riley Sheahan (Callahn, Backman) PP
    4:3 - 45.46 Markus Granlund (Street, Reinhart) PP
    5:3 - 59.47 Landon Ferraro (Hoggan, Paetsch) EN
    PIM: 4x2 - 5x2 SOG: 36-27 Att: 7641
    *Grand Rapids wins series 3-1

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    3.5.14 - Eastern Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 5

    Springfield Falcons - Providence Bruins 3:6 (3:4, 0:1, 0:1)
    1:0 - 04.27 Michael Chaput (Collins, Vogelhuber)
    1:1 - 08.59 Joe Morrow (Fallstrom)
    2:1 - 09.56 Ryan Craig (Camper, St. Denis) PP
    3:1 - 11.01 Ryan Craig(2) (Tyrell, Boyce)
    3:2 - 11.55 Seth Griffith (Khokhlachev, Casto)
    3:3 - 13.33 Seth Griffith(2) (Lindblad, Moore)
    3:4 - 16.14 Alexander Khokhlachev (Morrow, Parlett)
    3:5 - 33.06 Matt Lindblad (Griffith, Morrow)
    3:6 - 58.55 Ryan Spooner (Fraser) EN
    PIM: 4x2 - 5x2 SOG: 28-33 Att: 4427
    *Providence wins series 3-2

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    4.5.14 - Western Conf. Quarter-finals; Game 5

    Chicago Wolves - Rochester Americans 4:2 (1:1, 2:1, 1:0)
    1:0 - 02.02 Shane Harper (Wannstrom)
    1:1 - 15.21 Brayden Irwin (Adam, Varone) PP
    1:2 - 22.01 Luke Adam (Varone, Ristolainen) PP
    2:2 - 37.28 Brent Regner (Davies, Jaskin) PP
    3:2 - 39.33 Dmitrij Jaskin (Aucoin, Cracknell) PP
    4:2 - 58.59 Taylor Chorney EN
    PIM: 4x2+2x5 - 5x2+2x5 SOG: 36-23 Att: 3613
    *Chicago wins series 3-2

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    Video highlights, Chicago-Rochester Game 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9rv0...9opclqIETlr_Cg

    Video highlights, Providence-Springfield Game 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kIPOWc5AwQ

    Video highlights, Grand Rapids-Abbotsford Game 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6Vzt4OxaBk

    Video highlights, St. John's-Albany Game 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWPqISgic4Y

    Video highlights, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton-Binghamton Game 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5CGZ3BnhNY

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    6.5.14 - Eastern Conf. Semi-finals; Game 1

    St. John’s IceCaps - Norfolk Admirals 1:3 (0:1, 0:0, 1:2)
    0:1 - 10.14 Nic Kerdiles (Petersson)
    1:1 - 43.20 Andrew Gordon (Morrissey, O’Neill)
    1:2 - 47.00 John Kurtz (Stortini, Gagne)
    1:3 - 59.46 Nic Kerdiles(2) (Friberg) EN
    PIM: 4x2 - 6x2 SOG: 43-26 Att: 6287
    *Norfolk leads series 1-0

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    7.5.14 - Eastern Conf. Semi-finals; Game 2

    St. John’s IceCaps - Norfolk Admirals 2:1 (0:0, 2:0, 0:1)
    1:0 - 22.48 Josh Morrissey (O’Neill, Hutchinson) PP
    2:0 - 25.33 Jason Jaffray PP
    2:1 - 50.05 Chris Wagner (Steckel, Petersson) PP
    PIM: 6x2 - 5x2 SOG: 41-33 Att: 6287
    *Series tied 1-1

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    8.5.14 - Western Conf. Semi-finals; Game 1

    Texas Stars - Grand Rapids Griffins 5:2 (3:1, 2:1, 0:0)
    1:0 - 03.19 Brendan Ranford (Morin)
    2:0 - 03.32 Dustin Jeffrey (Mueller)
    2:1 - 04.42 Cory Emmerton (Paetsch, Ferraro) PP
    3:1 - 18.51 Mike Hedden (Jokipakka, Glennie) PP
    3:2 - 24.20 Tomas Jurco (Sproul)
    4:2 - 25.41 Curtis McKenzie (Jokipakka, Nemeth)
    5:2 - 30.02 Dustin Jeffrey(2) (Morin, Fortunus) PP
    PIM: 2x2 - 5x2 SOG: 36-25 Att: 2661
    *Texas leads series 1-0

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