Currently sitting 12 points out of a playoff spot with only 16 games left in the season, the playoffs are looking like an unattainable dream for the Bears. However, through a somewhat disappointing season that has seen the team lose several key players early on, there is a silver lining: without losing those key players, […]
After lookin to be dead in the water just two weeks ago, the Hershey Bears have begun to show signs of life with just under 25 games remaining in the 2017-18 season. Winners of five of their last seven contests and owners of a six-game point streak, Hershey has been finding ways to win and […]
The 2018 Winter Olympics are coming to a close soon, and the Bears couldn’t be happier as, ever since the opening ceremonies, the Bears have been without one of their alternate captains and best player, Chris Bourque. With NHL players prohibited from competing in this year’s Games, Bourque had his first opportunity to represent his […]
With the AHL regular season surpassing the halfway point, it’s time to talk about the playoffs. Last year’s playoffs ended disappointingly for the Hershey Bears, as they made swift work of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, but lost to the Providence Bruins the next series. A large part of their demise in that series was the […]
The new year has not been kind to the Chocolate and White, as they are 2-5-2-1 in 2018 and have fallen to eighth place in the Atlantic Division. With a crowded division that currently homes five teams that have eclipsed the 20-win mark, it will be tough sledding for Hershey to climb back into the […]
Over the past few seasons, the Bears have lost several staples of their back end. In 2015-16, Nate Schmidt left the Bears roster, as he made the Washington Capitals roster out of training camp. This year, in the 2017-18 season, Christian Djoos and Madison Bowey have left the Bears behind, beginning to play full time […]
Some Phantoms and Bears players have played in outdoor events before and knew what to expect from the cold weather (It was 36º, but it felt like it was 0º).
You won’t catch Troy Mann watching Star Wars anytime soon.
Like his father before him (Hall of Fame defenseman Ray Bourque), Chris will have the opportunity to represent his country with the hopes of winning an Olympic medal.
The Bears have continued to struggle this season, always seeming to take one step forward and two steps back.