Author Archives: Jason Karnosky

The KHL Financial Crisis

Earlier today, Admirals Roundtable Editor-in-Cheif Daniel Lavender, offered some terrific reporting on former/future Admirals during his where are they now update. To expand on Lavender’s post, I thought I would bring up a little situation that is brewing half a world away … Continue reading

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News of the Day: OKC Folding; Stalberg on Waivers; Milwaukee Streaking?

Remember when the only thing you could complain about as an Admirals supporter was that the team wasn’t in first place in it’s own division? That sadly wasn’t a very long time ago, which shows how fast AHL teams can … Continue reading

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Patrick Cehlin Assigned to Cincy to Accelerate Recovery

In the coming weeks Milwaukee Admirals coach Dean Evason might have another forward at his disposal. Today the team announced that Patrick Cehlin would be assigned to the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL. As Daniel Lavender reported on Sunday, the spark plug … Continue reading

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The AHL’s New “Leggio” Rule

It’s official, the AHL now has a brand new “Leggio” rule in place to deter the manuever pulled by Bridgeport goaltender David Leggio. If such an instance were to occur again, the goaltender would get a game misconduct (resulting in … Continue reading

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The David Leggio AHL Play Everyone is Talking About

Every once in a while a play comes around that forces a change in hockey’s rule book. One of the most famous was the Sean Avery rule, concerning the forward’s unique method of screen goaltender Martin Brodeur, or Los Angeles forward … Continue reading

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Rich Clune Coming to a Milwaukee Rink Near You

Yesterday, my colleague Daniel Lavender speculated on what it would mean to Milwaukee, and notably popular Admirals forward Michael Liambas, if Nashville Predators forward Rich Clune cleared waivers. Today, as expected, Clune cleared waivers and was assigned to Milwaukee. Therefore, … Continue reading

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Milwaukee’s Starring Role in Preds 3-2 Opening Night Victory

One night before the Milwaukee takes the ice for their first game of the season against Charlotte, the Admirals NHL Affiliate Nashville opened its 2014-2015 campaign with a 3-2 home victory against Ottawa. Several ex-Admirals made the Predators’ opening night … Continue reading

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Preds Re-sign Ryan Ellis for 5 Years

After a long summer of waiting, former Milwaukee Admirals defenseman Ryan Ellis has re-signed with the Nashville Predators to the tune of 5 years and $12.5 million. The new contract starts at $1.5 million in for the upcoming campaign – growing up … Continue reading

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The AHL’s Best and Worst Logos, Teams 10-1

What makes a great American Hockey League logo? It is history, style, colors, modernization, or none/all of the above? Today I will spell it out by choose the league’s top ten best logos. The teams it won’t be are from … Continue reading

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The AHL’s Best and Worst Logos, Teams 20-11

Today I’m tackling the middle ground of AHL logos, numbers 20 through 11 on a list of the best and worst of team crests. Wednesday saw Syracuse (30), Iowa (29), Hartford (28), Binghamton (27), Rockford (26), Bridgeport (25), Worcester (24), Albany … Continue reading

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