nice way to finish off the season with a blowout in the last game..
this is no april's fools thing but it makes you wonder
Hard to believe one player on each team was an even for the game.
I went to the 8-0 game the night before and was underwhelmed by the effort Chicago put out. The only reason I could think of to go to this game was to see if Joe Kalisz would win the scoring title. He did.
The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that Johnstown Sports Partners LLC, a private investment group led by Esmark, Inc. Chairman and CEO James P. Bouchard, has completed the acquisition of the NAHLís Alaska Avalanche and will relocate the franchise to Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The NAHL has granted a membership to the yet-to-be-named franchise for the 2012-13 NAHL season.
Does anyone know where Jack Prince of Texas Tornado is going next year?
Like so many of the players still in the Playoffs they are waiting to commit to a college just in case some other school is looking at them while on their way to the Robbie. I know a few Bobcats players are holding out until after the season is over.
Games between Janesville and Springfield should be fun this season now that Joe Dibble is running the Jets. The fans ought to welcome him somewhat warmly for getting the team into the playoffs after a disastrous start to last season.
I'm not completely optimistic for the Jr. Blues' chances this season since there's been a huge change in the front and back offices and I still don't know who's coming back from last season. Still, they're my hometown team so I'm going to support them. Maybe this will be the year they don't act like the Prospect Tournament's punching bag at the start of the season.