Get free Wordpress Templates from here - http://bigtheme.net/wordpress


Tend The Farm ~ From the wind-swept plains of Oklahoma comes Tend The Farm, where the little seedlings called Barons one day hope to blossom into full time Oilers -- one season at a time. Oh, and, farming the Oilers ain't easy.

Barons sign Allen’s Hanson, Tulsa’s T. Mele to PTOs

Barons sign Allen’s Hanson, Tulsa’s T. Mele to PTOs

The Oklahoma City Barons look to return to the ice following the All-Star Break, taking on the Lake Erie Monsters tonight at the Cox Convention Center. Announced today, they’ll be adding a couple faces to the team for tonight’s game. The Allen Americans Greger Hanson…

Continue reading →

OKC Barons Host Lake Erie Monsters This Weekend

OKC Barons Host Lake Erie Monsters This Weekend

The weekend has arrived and so have the Monsters. Not Godzilla. No Bigfoot. No Babadook (if you’ve not seen this film, see it with the lights on). Instead we get the always ferocious group of hockey folk from Ohio (God’s country) where there just might be a scary creature hiding in the waters, but most certainly on the ice.

The Lake Erie Monsters are having a rough go this season. Just barely over .500 mid-way through the season, the team from the Cleveland area can’t seem to pull the strings to get Pinocchio to dance. Coming off two big wins against San Antonio, and two losses against the Iowa Wild, the Monsters are attempting to gain as many points as they can before the hunt for playoff spots officially begins.

Nestled in eleventh place in the Western Conference just behind Hamilton and Texas, they are the only team in the league who haven’t passed the 41 game mark. This means they have games in hand on everyone as we march in to February, and that’s good news even for team’s with the worst of luck.

Continue reading →

What will the AHL divisions look like next year?

What will the AHL divisions look like next year?

This map will be changing fairly soon.

The biggest debate now that the AHL West movement is about to be announced, is what will the divisions look like within the AHL next season. There’s a lot of possibilities of course, so I’ll tackle the ones that are being debated with my reasoning on why they’ll be in that spot. This is all going under the assumption that the league keeps the 15/15 split with the conferences, which could always change.

Check it out after the jump.

Continue reading →

AHL Media Put On Red Alert, Press Conference Tomorrow

AHL Media Put On Red Alert, Press Conference Tomorrow

This weekend when the American Hockey League President and CEO, David Andrews, said that the Pacific movement of his league was “a work in progress” he truly meant that there was progress, but of the quickened variety. Announced today the AHL will hold a press…

Continue reading →

Travis Ewanyk Suspended One Game

Travis Ewanyk Suspended One Game

In a recent feisty series against the Charlotte Checkers, Travis Ewanyk was a part of some “funny business” that included a check and continuing altercation (of sorts) on Brendan Woods. The suspension will keep Ewanyk out of the lineup for Friday’s game against Lake Erie.

Continue reading →

AHL All-Star Game Included 26 Goals, 4 Hat Tricks, 99 Shots

AHL All-Star Game Included 26 Goals, 4 Hat Tricks, 99 Shots

The AHL All-Star Game 2015 was the usual prospect-heavy, unfriendly to goaltenders, and overall goofy endeavor. This isn’t to say that it wasn’t wildly entertaining as time went on, just that there wasn’t much hockeying going on. I’ll just leave the box score here for…

Continue reading →

Page 1 of 167 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →
Get Bonus from William Hill the UK bookamker.