Status: Edmonton Oilers left wing.
HT: 6-3 WT: 220 pounds
DOB: August 12, 1986 In: Lethbridge, Alberta Read more
Mark Pysyk is, “doing well,” following a health scare early Saturday.
While taking part in a pick-up basketball game, Pysyk collapsed, reported Kevin Oklobzija of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. The health scare came one day after the Buffalo Sabres demoted him to the AHL’s Americans.
While the AHL does not make available ice time for individual skaters, Pysyk did skate in Friday night’s 4-3 loss to the Marlies. Read more
Mobbed by reporters after the morning skate on Tuesday, Ryan Spooner walked into the spotlight. David Krejci would be missing at least a month of action due to an MCL tear in his knee and with the Bruins tenuously holding on to a playoff spot, wins were of the utmost importance.
Spooner, who has now appeared in 34 NHL games spread over three seasons, was well aware of the stakes.
The Bakersfield Condors will fly again next season.
Prior to Wednesday night’s game between the Condors and the Idaho Steelheads, Bakersfield had announced they would be unveiling their team name for the 2015-16 season when they shift from the ECHL to the AHL’s newly founded Pacific Division.
Speculation was the team would take on a new name. However, like the Ontario Reign, the Condors announced the team name would stay the same, much to the delight of fans in Bakersfield. Of course, the most fun team in minor professional hockey had to give it a light-hearted spin, too. Read more
When it was announced Anaheim’s AHL team was moving from Norfolk, Va., to San Diego, Calif., talk immediately began about what the club would be named.
Sunday afternoon, it appears San Diego hockey fans have gotten their answer: the relocated team will take on the Gulls name, paying tribute to the longstanding tradition of area hockey teams being given that moniker. Read more
The NHL may have seen the last of Ilya Bryzgalov.
Sunday afternoon, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported that the Anaheim Ducks have placed Bryzgalov on waivers and, if he clears, he will be demoted to the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals. The news comes as a surprise after goaltender Frederik Andersen missed the Ducks road trip into Western Canada.
With Bryzgalov having an extremely subpar season between the pipes for the Ducks, there’s a good chance this is his last run in the NHL. Read more
Status: Lehigh Valley Phantoms center.
HT: 6-4 WT: 232 pounds
DOB: September 11, 1985 In: Elliot Lake, Ontario Read more