19 April, 2014

Category Archives: AHL

A Mental Challenge for the Future No. 1

If you make it to the Verizon Center early enough you make get a chance to witness one of the biggest upsides to Braden Holtby’s game. Before anyone steps out on to the ice, before the lights are even turned all the way up and certainly before he has even put his equipment on, Holbty begins his pre-game routine. It can be lengthy and a little confusing, more on that later, but it is just one part of his mental game.

Sometimes the Best Moves for Improvement Arrive from Within

For just about the entire offseason, we have been preaching that the Caps need to make a move and sign someone, anyone, to make their team better. After two disappointing postseasons in a row, you would think the front office would be aggressive when it came to filling holes on the team.

Blogging in a Swirl and Swarm of Champions

This footage we shot last night won’t be entered in any filmfests any time soon, but that wasn’t the design. We simply hoped to capture the spirit and flavor of a remarkable moment, one we were beyond fortunate to have been invited to experience up close and personal.  

Bears-Stars On Comcast SportsNet, 8:30 p.m.

A friendly TV reminder: Game 3 of the Calder Cup Finals is on Comcast SportsNet tonight; coverage starts at 8:30 p.m. Tonight is a must-win game for the Bears against the upstart Stars—particularly since the AHL uses the 2-3-2 format.

Winning is in the Air for Washington Hockey

The Washington Capitals were set up for a letdown last night against the Phoenix Coyotes, but the team was able to hold on to the lead and prevail 4-2. A particular one minute and thirty second span of time in the third period proved key to  the Caps. With time winding down, Nicklas Backstrom took […]

On Frozen Pod – Visit to Championship Chocolatetown and a Living Landmark

We talk about the Bears’ historic old stadium and their run for the Calder Cup this year.