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Tag Archives: 2017 Calder Cup
HERSHEY, Pa. — After showing their resilience several times this season, the Hershey Bears were unable to tap into that magic one last time this season, bowing out of the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs to the #4 seeded Providence Bruins, … Continue reading
HERSHEY, Pa. — Game 6 was a tale of two periods. The Hershey Bears jumped out to a 2-0 lead by the end of the first period, but the Providence Bruins responded with three goals in the second to force … Continue reading
If the Hershey Bears are going to win an unprecedented 12th Calder Cup, they just might be doing so on the shoulders of the 2009-2010 Jack A. Butterfield Trophy winner and a rookie netminder, and that’s no cause for alarm … Continue reading
The Hershey Bears announced via Twitter that forward Paul Carey has cleared waivers and will play tonight in Hershey’s Game 4 in the best-of-seven series against Providence in Rhode Island.
Eddie Robinson once said, “Leadership, like coaching, is fighting for the hearts and souls of men and getting them to believe in you.”
The Hershey Bears had not won a playoff game on Giant Center ice since May 21, 2016 when they beat the Toronto Marlies. It had been even longer since the Bears beat Providence in the postseason (May 17, 2009). That … Continue reading
Understatement of the year – this is NOT the start Troy Mann and the Hershey Bears wanted in Game 1 of the second round of the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs. With the 3-1 loss to Providence, Hershey has yet to … Continue reading
It’s safe to say there will be a bear in the Eastern Conference Finals. What’s unclear is if it will be the Hershey Bears (#3 seed) or the Providence Bruins (#4 seed). The series gets underway Saturday at Giant Center.
For just the second time ever, the home team failed to win a game in the Calder Cup Playoffs, and that’s quite okay for the Hershey Bears as it means they knocked off #2 seed Lehigh Valley in the first … Continue reading
A photo gallery from the pressbox – After the Bears eliminated the Lehigh Valley Phantoms Sunday night, the team mobbed Pheonix Copley before skating out for the traditional post-series handshakes.