The Allen Americans of the ECHL announced a trade on Tuesday afternoon. The Americans are sending right-handed defenseman Nolan Kneen in exchange for forward Alex Aleardi of the Florida Everblades.
With Liiga and the CHL kicking off sooner than the NHL, the team has already reported back to Tampere to prepare for the upcoming season. I was fortunate enough to catch up with returning defenseman Les Lancaster as he settles back in and starts to focus on the next campaign.
With the draft and several big moves behind us, it’s time to asses what the Devils have done to try and improve from last season.
Jason Demers sits down with us and talks about his career!
Brownie’s back with the companion piece to his Hero Hockey Club, that’s right it’s the Villains! See who floats and who doesn’t play a 200ft game.
I have let the smoke settle a bit as it has been a wild offseason…
In the midst of all the news and rumors being batted back and forth like a tennis ball at Wimbledon, I was lucky enough to chat with current Dallas Stars defenseman Joel Hanley on what his offseason has been like as well as his thoughts on the previous campaign, and his expectations for the ’22-’23 NHL season.
The Future of hockey technology is here!
The Flames will likely be trading Matthew Tkachuk in the coming weeks, so let’s see what it might take to bring him to Dallas.
On Tuesday the Allen Americans announced the signing of 24-year-old foward Hank Crone. At 5 foot 9 and 157 pounds, the left-handed forward is coming off his best season to date at Northern Michigan University scoring 44 points in 32 games played (13 G 31 A). What is even more exciting about Crone are his roots.