AHL Sound Tigers to Become Bridgeport Islanders?

The American Hockey League’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers (the top-level affiliate of the New York Islanders) teased a potential change to their franchise this afternoon when they Tweeted out a video promising both a “Refresh” and a “Reboot”. Of course it took the Internet no more than five minutes to spot

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Palm Springs AHL Team Clears Trademark Hurdle Over Firebirds Name

The future American Hockey League affiliate of Seattle’s expansion NHL team seems to have cleared an issue surrounding the trademarking of one of their potential names. Last fall, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) flagged the trademark attempt of Oak View Group (the owner of the Palm Beach

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Utica Comets honor seven seasons with Copper 7 Series

The AHL’s Utica Comets will pay homage to their hometown, their seventh season, and the 50th season of their parent club, the Vancouver Canucks, with specialty uniforms that they’ll wear twice in 2020. The uniforms and a commemorative logo designed by Comets VP of Creative Services Eric Kowiatek highlight the

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Milwaukee Admirals celebrate refrigerators with 50th season logo

The AHL’s Milwaukee Admirals are commemorating their 50th season with a logo that gets at the true meaning behind their nickname. While decades worth of logos have featured various characters in admirals caps, suggesting the nickname derives from some sort of high-ranking naval officer, this new logo features a refrigerator.

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Milwaukee Admirals to wear sugar skull jerseys

The AHL’s Milwaukee Admirals will commemorate the Day of the Dead with jerseys that feature the iconic sugar skulls associated with the Mexican holiday. The striped pattern on the jersey evokes traditional Zapotec Mexican rug designs. Sugar skulls, or calaveras, are decorated by families and loved ones as part of

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Trademark Filing Suggests Palm Springs Firebirds to be Seattle AHL Affiliate

The National Hockey League’s incoming Seattle franchise revealed in June that their American Hockey League affiliate would play in Palm Springs, CA, and today we have the first hints of a name for that team: The Palm Springs Firebirds. As I reported at DetroitHockey.Net this morning, lawyers working on behalf

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