While the injury may not be serious, it is significant as the Ice Caps have been struggling offensively. Removing a top player surely won't help with this team's consistency.
Saturday night marks the second and third meetings of the season between the IceCaps and Providence as the two kick off a weekend set in St. John's.
Shutout losses on Friday and Sunday sandwiched St. John's lone win of the weekend. Is it time to panic?
After earning series opening wins against both Portland and Norfolk, the St. John's IceCaps' failed to complete the sweep, earning splits against both Eastern Conference teams.
The St. John's IceCaps will look to record their first back-to-back wins of the season as they face-off against the Portland Pirates this Tuesday and Wednesday.
The St. John's IceCaps earned a hard fought 2-1 win on Friday night, but completely fell apart after securing a 2-0 lead on Saturday, allowing the Phantoms to score four straight goals en route to a 4-3 win.
Previewing the St. John's IceCaps' home opening series as they host the Adirondack Phantoms (Philadelphia Flyers)
Recapping the IceCaps' opening weekend, which saw the team collect both a win and a loss on the road.
Previewing the St. John's IceCaps as they visit the Springfield Falcons and Connecticut Whale in AHL Opening Weekend action.
With the AHL pre-season starting next week, we ponder how the IceCaps' will fare with an infusion of NHL talent at their disposal.
Tonight the IceCaps will kick off their round three series against the extremely tough Admirals in Norfolk. After defeating the WBS Penguins in game seven this past Saturday, the team was given a...
The IceCaps welcomed Braden Holtby and the Hershey Bears to Mile One Centre on Friday night. It was the first matchup between the two teams, and one of the few times per season that fans get to see...
This weekend the IceCaps finally return home for a six game stand at Mile One Centre. It’s been nearly a month since they last played here on St. John’s ice, and this most recent road swing...
True North and the IceCaps will remain in St. John's for at least four seasons, the Telegram reports.
Image via stjohnsicecaps.com The IceCaps return to the ice tonight after a ten day Christmas break, when they face the Hamilton Bulldogs for the fourth time this season. It’s the start of...
"Who's the best?" I often ponder. Right now Stevie Wonder!
What's better than watching two teams you hate beat the hell out of each other? Gotta give the Flyers credit here though.