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Putting his past behind him, Liambas is creating new opportunities for himself

Putting his past behind him, Liambas is creating new opportunities for himself

Jul 11, 2013

In the case of Mike Liambas, history does give second chances. On Oct. 31, 2009, Liambas, then in his third season with the Erie Otters of the Ontario Hockey League, took the ice for a normal Friday night regular season game against the Kitchener Rangers. Midway through the second period, as the Rangers held on to a 2-0 lead against the Otters, Erie dumped the...

BREAKING: Nashville prospect Magnus Hellberg named AHL Goalie of the Month

The following was provided to us via the Nashville Predators PR department via the Milwaukee Admirals PR department: “Milwaukee, WI– The American Hockey League announced today that Magnus Hellberg of the Milwaukee Admirals has been selected as the CCM/AHL Goaltender of the Month for February. In what was one of the greatest months for a goalie in...

Rookie Development: Watson & Cehlin

Since we are still in limbo/mediation/decertification mode in the NHL and watching University of North Dakota hockey games on a week delay (and grumbling that none of them are prospects or draft picks of the Predators), it’s time to take a look at some of the Admirals rookies: Austin Watson and Patrick Cehlin. In the top 20 rookies point totals, only...

Jeremy Smith: A Pitcher with No Run Support

 Jeremy Smith, goaltender for the Milwaukee Admirals, has been playing very good hockey this year. His record doesn’t reflect that as he is 3-6 on the year but his hard work and determination will make it a matter of time before he gets recognition as one of the best AHL goalies on the season…if only the Admirals can give him some goal support...

Disputes Continue and a Milwaukee Admirals Update

Last week provided the Wabash Cannonball experience for Nashvillians, especially Predator fans. The NHL and Gary Bettman put forth a “good faith” effort to come to terms with the NHLPA by offering a proposal that would see the revenue sharing split 50-50. By using a sliding scale for the salaries already in place, the league would be able to offer...