20 years of AHL hockey in St. John’s came to an end as the St. John’s IceCaps fell 2-1 to the Syracuse Crunch in overtime at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena on Friday night. Erik Condra potted a power play marker late in the first to give the Crunch the lead. After
Charles Hudon scored twice for the St. John’s IceCaps but they fell 5-3 to the Toronto Marlies Friday night at Mile One Centre. Toronto started the scoring with back-to-back first period markers from Steve Oleksy and Brendan Leipsic before the IceCaps’ Hudon scored his first of the evening on the power play, from
S U N D A Y The St. John’s IceCaps could not complete the comeback and were topped by the Hershey Bears 2-1 Sunday afternoon at Mile One Centre. Riley Barber scored the only first period goal for the Bears as they grabbed a 1-nothing lead . The teams played through
Fresh off two wins over Rochester Americans the IceCaps are back in action Tuesday at Mile One. This time they face Lehigh Valley Phantoms at 7:30. The IceCaps are fourth in the North Division with 70 points. The Phantoms hold down second place in the Atlantic Division with 84 points.
The IceCaps return home after a six game road trip for an eight game set at Mile One. It all starts on Friday night with the Ice Caps hosting Rochester. M e a n w h i l e Chris Terry continues to lead the team in scoring. He has played
The Ice Caps finish up their six game road trip this weekend. Tonight they meet Rochester and Saturday they conclude the road trip against Syracuse.
A forward with the St. Johns Ice Caps has been named the American Hockey League player of the month for February. Chris Terry played in 12 games for the Ice Caps during the month. He scored nine goals and nine assists for a league high 18 points. He had a plus 9
S A T U R D A Y The IceCaps hang on and get a split of their weekend series with Albany with a 5-4 win on Saturday night. Charles Hudon tallied twice for the home team with singles off the sticks of Brett Lernout, Stefan Matteau and Chris Terry.
The Ice Caps are back at the friendly confines of Mile One Tuesday night. They play host to the Binghamton Senators at 7:30. The Ice Caps back home after a six game road trip where they won three. The Ice Caps are tied for third in the Northern Division with Toronto. The
S A T U R D A Y Three point nights from Charles Hudon and Nikita Scherbak earned the St. John’s IceCaps a 4-3 win over the Lehigh Valley Phantoms Saturday night. Hudon and Scherbak had a goal and two assists each, while St. John’s forward Chris Terry had a goal and an