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 […]
The Flyers called up Tyrell Goulbourne last week, and it took just one look at social media to see the divided reaction of the fanbase.
Lucas Johansen was drafted 28th overall by the Washington Capitals in this year’s draft, but he was cut from the Caps’ training camp roster and sent to Hershey. The Bears are over a third of the way into the season, which is enough time to start making solid observations about players.
What is a team without its number one center?
With all of the high-end talent the Flyers possess in their system, it’s easy to focus on their progression and forget about some of the lower-tier prospects.
fter starting the season 1-5-0-1, including dropping their first three games, the Bears have begun to right the ship.
Boyd is a point-getter for Hershey, plain and simple.
As of October 31st, the Hershey Bears have made three roster adjustment moves. Vice President of Operations, Bryan Helmer, announced that the team has reassigned goalie Parker Milner and defenseman Kris Bindulis to their ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays. In exchange, Hershey has called up defenseman Paul Geiger from South Carolina.
What would you do if your favorite team traded for a player who had a cap hit of $550,000 per year?