If you’re familiar with the 2016-2017 Hershey Bears roster, then the 2018 Stanley Cup Champions roster will look very familiar. As any NHL team does when they make the playoffs, the Washington Capitals recalled quite a few of their minor league players to help assist the team in capturing their first Stanley Cup. Let’s take […]
The Hershey Bears’ 2017-18 season has so far been an odd one. A poor start put the Bears in an early hole, but they’ve rebounded nicely in the past few weeks. Let’s look at the great, good, and bad from the Bears through the first quarter of the AHL season.
fter starting the season 1-5-0-1, including dropping their first three games, the Bears have begun to right the ship.
As one of the most historic hockey franchises in North America, the Hershey Bears definitely have not started their 80th season on the right foot.
With a little luck from the hockey gods – young key players like Bowey and Barber need to stay healthy – the Bears should have another promising season ahead of them.
Stephenson will get $650,000 in 2018-19 regardless of the league he plays in.
The Washington Capitals have re-signed their 25-year-old AHL goalie Pheonix Copley to a two year, $1.3 million contract.
Three first period goals from Providence leads them over Hershey in game one.
Chris Conner’s overtime goal sends the Bears-Phantoms series to a fourth game.
The Phantoms take on the Bears for a much-needed win by both teams.