Bears Drop Second Straight: Three Reasons Why We Shouldn’t Panic

It has not been a great weekend for Hershey hockey fans. The Bears failed to see victory through on opening night against the Syracuse Crunch, and repeated this unfortunate sequence of events Sunday evening in their game against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, taking a 2-1 loss. All is not lost, however, as names that are […]

New faces in Hershey: Logan Pyett and Adam Morrison

We haven’t seen a ton of movement this offseason for the Bears, but on August 17th, Hershey announced that they signed AHL veteran defenseman Logan Pyett and goalie Adam Morrison. Hershey will certainly benefit from the added depth and stability, as they look to come out of the gate firing on all cylinders this October. […]

An Offseason Tango: Who’s In and Who’s Out In Hershey?

Let’s face it: this offseason has been a rollercoaster ride. Finding ways to keep up with the Stanley Caps celebrations across the world, dealing with the losses of fan-favorites in Hershey and Washington, and the signings of new faces in the organization can make it difficult to know just who fans will be seeing on […]

Who will be starting in goal for the Phantoms?

After what seems like an eternity of uncertainty between the Flyers’ goal posts, things are now finally starting to look up. The Flyers’ minor league affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, are blessed with the task of figuring out who their starting goaltender will be for the upcoming season. They have many options to choose from, […]

Between the Pipes: Ilya Samsonov

Quality goaltending has been a hallmark of the Washington Capitals’ organization dating back to the days of Olaf Kolzig, Semyon Varlamov, and, more recently, Braden Holtby. With the departure of Philip Grubauer and the subsequent calling-up of AHL goalie Phoenix Copley, the Hershey Bears were suddenly faced with a disparity in net. While Vitek Vanecek […]

An Ode to a Good Boy: Jay Beagle’s Journey to Vancouver

On Sunday, July 1, 2018, hearts around the world from Hershey, Pennsylvania to Washington D.C., and back again were broken upon hearing that Jay Beagle, the undrafted and Stanley Cup-winning center previously of the Washington Capitals had signed a 4-year, $12-million deal to become a member of the Vancouver Canucks.  Over the previous 11 seasons […]