Tag Archives: AHL

McElhinney Waiting For One More Chance

Curtis McElhinney has played in 69 NHL games, but he’s spent the greater part of the last two seasons in the AHL. He hopes for one more shot at the big time.

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Vic Bartley: All Star Style

The Milwaukee defenseman's weekend began with a viral video and ended with one of the biggest honors in his career.

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2013 AHL All Star Classic Western Conference Roster Breakdown

The Western Conference roster for Monday’s AHL All Star Classic in Providence, Rhode Island, features 17 first-time all stars, one first round draft pick and 378 games of NHL experience.

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2013 AHL All Star Classic Eastern Conference Roster Breakdown

The Eastern Conference roster for Monday’s AHL All Star Classic in Providence, Rhode Island, features 17 first-time all stars, 6 first round draft picks, 799 games of NHL experience and 1 Stanley Cup winner.

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Chris Mueller Hopes “Mueller Time” Has Arrived

Chris Mueller hopes to do enough in the four-day training camp to crack the Predators’ opening night roster.

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PuckCast Episode 16: Mark Dekanich

Mark Dekanich, goaltender for the AHL’s St. John’s Ice Caps, teaches us how to DexShow.

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Admirals Knock Off Aeros In Overtime

Kyle Wilson’s goal with 3 seconds left in OT gave Milwaukee a 3-2 win over Houston. More, including the Admirals official game story, after the jump.

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Meet Me Tonight in Atlantic City: Mueller Takes His All Star Turn

Chris Mueller is Milwaukee’s lone representative at the 2012 AHL All Star Classic at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

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Trotz Prepares For Baltimore Return

When Barry Trotz takes his Predators into Baltimore’s 1st Mariner Arena on Tuesday night, the rink will have a very familiar feel.

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Kirk Muller Hired as Milwaukee’s Head Coach

It’s been an exciting week for the Barry Trotz Coaching Tree.

First, Lane Lambert was called up from Milwaukee to fill the spot on the bench recently vacated by Brent Peterson. Then, former Milwaukee Admirals head coach Claude Noel was named the first head coach of the new Winnipeg Jets.

Finally, today, the Predators hired “Captain Kirk” himself – Kirk Muller – to fill the spot vacated by Lambert in Milwaukee.

Muller, who won the Stanley Cup in 1993 with Montreal, played 1,349 NHL games for 6 different teams during his career. Most notably, he spent 4 seasons as captain of the New Jersey Devils and another season as captain of the Montreal Canadiens.

A hire like Muller is a win for the Predators. Muller is a well-known name who was a captain in the most traditional hockey market in the league. In addition, he’s been seen as an up-and-comer for the past few seasons. Getting a guy like Muller is a ringing endorsement for the direction in which the franchise is headed.

(Press release after the jump)

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