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Karmanos’ Contributions Have Impacted All Levels Of The Game
For some hockey fans, Peter Karmanos will always be known as “the guy who moved the Hartford Whalers.” Whether or not that sentiment comes merely from bitterness, his acquisition of the...
Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 09:36
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Back To The Future: Johnstown, Pennsylvania's new NAHL team
Hockey Returns To Johnstown, Pa., As A New NAHL Team Looks To Recapture The Spirit Of The Thing
To borrow a line from Maxine Nightingale’s catchy 1970s pop hit, hockey fans in Johnstown, Pa., are right back where they started from. The song that was featured in the iconic 1977 hockey...
Thursday, January 17, 2013 - 16:23
Tier II, But Definitely First Rate
From Its Humble Beginning, NAHL Continues To Flourish As Dominant Development League
The Houston native caught the attention of a number of college coaches after his stellar play with the Topeka Roadrunners. Peter Traber had been with the Topeka RoadRunners for all of a day, having...
Thursday, March 29, 2012 - 15:05
Not Your Average Joe
Michigan Goalie Refuses To Let Anything Stand In His Way
Like most Junior A goalies, Joe Rogers has terrific reflexes, tremendous focus, incredible agility and plays his angles well. What isn’t so easy to see is that Rogers, who plays for the North...
Thursday, July 16, 2009 - 11:21
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