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Photo: Hershey Bears The Hershey Bears have once again made the Calder Cup Finals and will play the Coachella Firebirds starting on Thursday at Acrisure Arena in Thousand Palms, California. This is the first time the Bears have been to the … Continue reading
Photo: NHL via Getty Images Tuesday marked the retirement of three long-time NHL defensemen: Keith Yandle, Zdeno Chara, and P.K Subban. It is a momentous occasion when a player makes it to the NHL. But no matter how great a … Continue reading
Guys, guys, guys – can you feel it in the air? It’s finally September, which means the start of training camp and preseason. The official start of hockey is right around the corner!
Photo: NHL Via Getty Images Here are the latest Capitals news bits and bytes for July 9, 2018.
Bears nation – It’s been awhile! For those of you who are Bears and Caps fans, you’ve had quite the exciting summer, but if you’re like me, you’re probably still missing the Chocolate and White though. Throughout last summer, I … Continue reading
Chris Bourque sent a heartfelt “thank you” to Hershey Bears fans via his Twitter account on Thursday. The farewell tweet signals the end of the left winger’s tenure with the Bears. Bourque leaves quite a legacy in Chocolate Town.
HERSHEY, PA — Hockey teams across North America have come together to honor the Humboldt Broncos, and tonight the Hershey Bears joined in honoring the 16 lives that were tragically lost. The fans raised over $7,000 in support of the … Continue reading
Photo: JustSports Photography The Hershey Bears tallied a season-high six goals for a 6-3 win over the Laval Rocket at Giant Center. The win gives the Bears a sweep of the two-game season series between the two clubs.
HERSHEY, PA — Hey, hey, hey – guess what? The Hershey Bears aren’t in last place in the Atlantic Division anymore – they’re in seventh! As they say, when you hit bottom, it’s only up from there. After tonight’s win, … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA – I’m sure the Bears were looking for a little redemption from Friday’s 7-6 loss against the Phantoms in Allentown, but that unfortunately didn’t happen for Hershey in the two team’s final matchup of the regular season. In … Continue reading