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From Catching Softballs With A Goalie Glove In Daycare To Tending Goal In Chocolate Town, Hunter Shepard Is Shining In Hershey
Photo: South Carolina Stingrays Growing up in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, Hunter Shepard was sent to a daycare in nearby Bovey, Minnesota as a kid. The daycare just happened to be run by the mother of Adam Hauser, the starting goaltender … Continue reading
Photo: UMD Athletics The Hershey Bears announced on Monday that they have recalled goaltender Hunter Shepard from their ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays.
Photo: South Carolina Stingrays The Hershey Bears announced on Sunday that they have re-assigned goaltender Hunter Shepard to ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays. The Bears re-called Shepard on Wednesday, March 17, but he did not see any action. According … Continue reading
Photo: South Carolina Stingrays The Hershey Bears announced on Wednesday that goaltender Hunter Shepard has been recalled from ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays.
Photo: Bridgeport Sound Tigers Organizational depth will be paramount in the run for this year’s Stanley Cup. With the NHL set to embark on a shortened, but compressed 56-game schedule on January 13th, injuries and issues related to the COVID-19 … Continue reading
Photo: Trade Rumors The Washington Capitals have recalled goaltender Zach Fucale from the South Carolina Stingrays.
Photo: NHL via Getty Images The Washington Capitals announced on Thursday that they have loaned goaltender Zach Fucale to the South Carolina Stingrays of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL).
Vitek Vanecek’s Essay Details The Feelings And Fears He Faced In Coming To America: “I Felt Lost In America From The First Moment”
Photos: Jana Mensatorová, ČTK / AP / Mel Evans and ČTK / AP / Chris Young For Capitals goaltending prospect Vitek Vanecek, playing hockey in America has been a tremendous challenge. On the exterior, Vanecek has always been a jovial … Continue reading
The ECHL announced on Wednesday afternoon that six more teams have opted-out of the upcoming 2020-21 ECHL season. The announcement brings the total number of teams that have opted out to eight.
The ECHL announced on Tuesday the schedule of games from Dec. 11, 2020 to Jan. 14, 2021 for the 13 teams who are participating in a 72-game schedule for the 2020-21 season.