Press Release – rapidcityrush.com – The Missouri Mavericks advanced to the Central Hockey League (CHL) Semifinals with a convincing 5-1 win over the Rapid City Rush in Game 6 of their opening round series Wednesday night. Missouri won four straight games and beat Rapid City 4-2 in the best-of-seven series. Mavericks’ forwards Kellan Tochkin and Sebastien Thinel each had two goals in the win. Kenton Miller had a goal and two assists for the Mavericks and goaltender Mathieu Corbeil stopped 24 of 25 shots for his second win of the series.
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Press Release – wichitathunder.com – Wichita stayed unbeaten so far this post-season, defeating the Fort Worth Brahmas in Game 1 of the CHL Semifinals 4-1 on Wednesday night at INTRUST Bank Arena. RG Flath and Chad Painchaud scored their first goals of the playoffs while Kevin Young added three points in the win. Wichita takes a 1-0 lead in the series with Game 2 taking place tomorrow night.
Press Release – centralhockeyleague.com – CHL Playoffs Conference Semifinals Series “F” (best-of-7)
Fort Worth Brahmas vs. Wichita Thunder
Series Schedule: Game 1 – Wed., Apr. 10 – Fort Worth at Wichita, 7:05
Game 2 – Thu., Apr. 11 – Fort Worth at Wichita, 7:05
***Rest of Series Schedule TBD and announced shortly Read more →
Press Release - centralhockeyleague.com – The Central Hockey League’s newest franchise announced today that they will be known as the Brampton Beast.
After an extensive Name Your Team contest that saw roughly 2,000 unique entries, and over 3,000 different people submitting votes, the Beast was selected by the people of Brampton.
Press Release – arizonasundogs.com – The Arizona Sundogs announced today they have resigned veteran forwards, Jason Morgan and Kevin Baker for the upcoming 2013-14 Central Hockey League Season.
Morgan, the 36-year-old, Newfoundland native joins the team for his second season as the Sundogs’ Team Captain. He was among the top three scorers for the Sundogs tallying 18 goals and 28 assists in 66 games.
Press Release – centralhockeyleague.com – A spring blizzard moving through the northern plains and the state of South Dakota has forced the postponement of Game 6 of the Ray Miron Presidents’ Cup Opening Round series between the Rapid City Rush and the Missouri Mavericks. The game was originally scheduled for tonight (Tuesday, April 9) with Game 7, if necessary, scheduled for Wednesday, April 10 but with the treacherous road conditions, high winds, freezing temperatures and snow accumulations in Rapid City, each game has been pushed back one day.
Press Release by: wichitathunder.com – Wichita, KS (April 7th) – The Wichita Thunder of the Central Hockey League announced this afternoon that the first two dates have been confirmed for its upcoming series against the Fort Worth Brahmas in the CHL Semi-Finals. Wichita will open up the best-of-seven series hosting Game 1 on Wednesday, April 10th at INTRUST Bank Arena at 7:05 p.m. The series is expected to follow a 2-2-1-1-1 format, but has not been finalized. The remainder of the schedule will be announced either later today or in the coming days.
INDEPENDENCE, Missouri – The Missouri Mavericks used a four-goal third period to defeat the Rapid City Rush, 5-2, in Game Five of their Opening Round series at Independence Events Center.
The Mavericks now hold a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series which shifts back to Rapid City for Game Six on Tuesday, April 9.
The Allen Americans have advanced in the Ray Miron Presidents’ Cup playoffs thanks to their 6-2 win in Game 5 of their best-of-7 Opening Round series against the Denver Cutthroats. Denver won Game 1 of the series before Allen, the Governors’ Cup Champs, reeled off four straight victories.
Allen’s Brian McMillin and Jarret Lukin scored goals within a five minute stretch of the opening period gaining momentum for the home team. For McMillin, it was his fourth goal of the playoffs.
MOLINE, Illinois – The Fort Worth Brahmas defeated the Mallards by the final score of 1-0 in game five of the opening-round, best-of-seven series Saturday night to eliminate Quad City and advance to the Central Hockey League semi-finals versus the Wichita Thunder. The Brahmas defeated the Mallards four games to one.
After two and a half periods of scoreless hockey, Shawn Szydlowski broke the tie at 9:59 of the third period as he fired a wrist shot from the slot that deflected off of Mallards defeneseman Bob Preece’s stick and into the back of the net.
MOLINE, Ill. – Mickey Lang scored twice as the host Quad City Mallards rolled to 5-2 win over the Fort Worth Brahmas Friday night to avoid being swept in the best-of-seven opening round of the Central Hockey League playoffs, cut the Brahmas’ lead in the series to three games to one and force a fifth game tomorrow night in Moline.
The Mallards never looked back after exploding for four first period goals and outshooting the Brahmas 19-5 in the opening 20 minutes. Lang’s wrist shot from the top of the right wing circle kick-started the onslaught at 4:01 of the first.
INDEPENDENCE, Missouri – The Missouri Mavericks evened their best-of-seven series at two games apiece with a 4-2 win over the Rapid City Rush Friday night at Independence Events Center. Kenton Miller scored two goals for Missouri in the win and rookie goaltender Mike Clemente made 24 saves on 26 shots in his first professional playoff win.
It was a penalty filled game as a total of 23 infractions were called and a total of 15 power plays were awarded. Missouri finished 2-for-9 on the power play and Rapid City was 0-for-6. Read more →
FORT WORTH, Texas (April 5) – Leading three games to none in the opening-round, best-of-seven playoff series, the Fort Worth Brahmas have the chance to sweep the Quad City Mallards with a win in game four at the i Wireless Center Friday night.
Fort Worth has won the first three games of the series by a combined score of 10-5, despite the last two wins coming in overtime.
Prescott Valley, AZ (April 3rd) - In a see-saw affair on Wednesday night, Les Reaney scored four minutes into the first overtime session to give the Thunder a 4-3 win over Arizona at Tim’s Toyota Center.
Wichita earns its second sweep in franchise history and first since the 1993-94 CHL Finals against the Tulsa Oilers. Greger Hanson scored two goals while Reaney had a goal and an assist.
MOLINE, Illinois (April 3) – The Brahmas defeated the Quad City Mallards in overtime Wednesday night for the second consecutive time, as forward Colin Mulvey scored the first goal of his professional career to give the Brahmas a 3-2 win and a 3-0 series lead.
Signed to an amateur try-out agreement in late March, Mulvey joined the club for the 2013 postseason. In just his third game with Fort Worth, the Worcester, Massachusetts native notched the game-winning goal 10:32 into overtime, putting home a rebound off of a Ross Rouleau shot from the point.