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Monsters Chomp IceHogs 5-2

The AHL Calder Cup Playoffs have started and the IceHogs seem to have started off on the wrong skate. Last night the Lake Erie Monsters took a big chomp out of the Hog, decisively beating them, 5-2. Monsters goalie, Joonas Korpisalo, was stellar in net, coming up with amazing save after save, much to the Hogs chagrin. Rightfully all 3 Stars of the Game went to the Monsters. Former IceHogs player, Alex Broad ...

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BOOM! IceHogs Blast Past Admirals 7-1

The Rockford IceHogs closed out their regular season with a big bang last night, blasting past the Milwaukee Admirals 7-1. From the very first face-off until the very last buzzer, the IceHogs never let up off the gas. It was also another stellar night in net for Mac Carruth, stopping 26 out of 27 SOG and earned himself another #1 Star of the Night honor. The first period saw goals scored by Vinnie Hinostroz ...

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Griffins Grounded By IceHogs 4-0

The IceHogs returned home last night for their 2nd to last regular season home game. The stands were packed with loud & enthusiastic fans. The Hogs were backstopped by Mac Carruth, as he lead the team to a Shutout Win over the Grand Rapids Griffins, 4-0. It's really nice to see Big Mac finally starting to mature into his role with the team. This makes his 2nd Shutout of the season for him in the AHL. Th ...

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IceHogs Fall In OT To Wild 3-4

Saturday Night Fights was more apt a name for last night's game. Hard hitting checks into the boards and a total of 3 fights were scattered throughout the game. Unfortunately, the game did not go the IceHogs way, losing in OT 3-4. Fight cards were validated for Mike Liambas(RKF) vs Kurtis Gabriel(IA), Jake Dowell(RKF) vs Scott Sabourin(IA), and Chris DeSouza(RKF) vs Zac Dalpe(IA). Both Dowell & DeSouza ...

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IceHogs Trampled By Rampage 2-5

The regular season is close to coming to the end and every game, every point matters. The magic number of points needed to make a play-off spot for the IceHogs is 8. The team need to bring their "A" game to every single game. Period. Last night was not the case for the IceHogs. They appeared lack luster. No sparkle, no shine, no effort. In the end, they lost to the San Antonio Rampage 2-5. Only three home g ...

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IceHogs Go 13 Rounds In Shootout To Take Win 2-1

The IceHogs finished a 3 in 3 weekend with a much needed Win on Sunday, March 20, 2016. After losing back-to-back games to the Wolves on Friday & Saturday, the 'Hogs were against that proverbial wall come game time on Sunday afternoon. They have led the AHL Midwest Division for most of this season, but had recently dropped to 3rd place after several losses. The Win on Sunday was quite the nail biter of ...

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IceHogs Lose in OT to Wolves 3-4

The IceHogs hosted their rivals, the Chicago Wolves, for the last time in regular season play last night in Rockford. It was Country Night featuring music by South 40 and the stands were filled out with a sellout crowd. That sellout crowd was hoping for a win, but it just wasn't in the cards for the Hogs, as they lost in OT 3-4. A special ceremony was held prior to puck drop, celebrating the recent AHL reco ...

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IceHogs Shutout Checkers 1-0

Since suffering back-to-back losses to the Checkers last weekend in Charlotte, the IceHogs were looking for a Win on home ice last night in Rockford. They got that and more. In net for the IceHogs last night was Drew MacIntyre who, was up until his trade 2 weeks ago, was a member of the Checkers team. MacIntyre was able to stop all 30 shots on goal sent his way by his former teammates, earning his first Shu ...

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Hat Trick Sinks Admirals 5-2

The IceHogs were powered on by a Hat Trick by PC Labrie(F), to defeat their division rivals, the Milwaukee Admirals 5-2 last night in Rockford. Milwaukee put the first point on the board with a Power Play goal scored by Vladislav Kamenev in the 1st frame. Rockford then came back in the 2nd period with goals by PC Labrie (twice), Jake Dowell, and Matt Fraser. The 3rd period saw goals by both teams. It was La ...

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