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PREVIEW: Aces-Idaho

Mar 31st, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue their ten game road trip tonight against the Idaho Steelheads at CenturyLink Arena. If the playoffs were to begin today, the Aces would hold the 4th seed in the Pacific Division and are currently one point ahead of the Utah Grizzlies (idle). The Aces are 5-2-0 on the road trip, their longest of the season. The Aces last faced Idaho on Jan. 25, a 3-2 victory at Sullivan Arena.GAME: Alaska Aces at Idaho SteelheadsDATE: Wednesday, April 1, 2015TIME: 5:10 p.m. AKTSITE: CenturyLink Arena [READ MORE]

ACES ASSIGNED CODY BEACH

Mar 31st, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, announced today that the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League have assigned right winger Cody Beach to the Aces from the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League. [READ MORE]

A SWEEPING CHANGE

Mar 29th, 2015

Eleven different players registered a point while Niklas Lundstrom made 25 saves, helping lift the Alaska Aces to a three-game series sweep and 4-2 victory over the host Stockton Thunder before a crowd of 5,104 at Stockton Arena on Sunday. Alaska won its fifth straight game, all on the road (season high), overtaking the Utah Grizzlies for fourth place in the Pacific Division – the final playoff spot – with six games remaining in the regular season. [READ MORE]

SUNDAY: Aces-Stockton

Mar 29th, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue their ten game road trip today, concluding a three game series (final all-time series) against the Stockton Thunder at Stockton Arena. The Aces last defeated the Thunder last night, 5-4 in a shootout at Stockton Arena to keep pace at one point of the final playoff spot in the Pacific Division. The Aces are 4-2-0 on the road trip, their longest of the season, and are 11-2-0 this season against Stockton. Next season, Stockton will play in the American Hockey League.GAME: Alaska Aces at Stockton Thunder  [READ MORE]

SEEING RED(MANN)

Mar 28th, 2015

Ryan Walters scored two goals, added an assist and buried a shootout dagger to lift the Alaska Aces in a come-from-behind, 5-4 shootout victory before 5,216 fans at Stockton Arena on Saturday. [READ MORE]

SATURDAY: Aces-Stockton

Mar 28th, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue their ten game road trip tonight with a three game series (final all-time series) against the Stockton Thunder at Stockton Arena. The Aces last defeated the Thunder last night, 10-2 at Stockton Arena to tie a club record for most goals in one game and another record for largest margin of victory while moving within one point of the final playoff spot in the Pacific Division. The Aces are 3-2-0 on the road trip, their longest of the season, and are 10-2-0 this season against Stockton. Stockton will play next season in the American Hockey League. [READ MORE]

HANG TEN

Mar 27th, 2015

Brendan Connolly and Chris Francis each recorded a hat trick and added an assist and the Alaska Aces scored their most goals in a game in ten years, blowing out the Stockton Thunder in a 10-2 victory before 4,141 fans at Stockton Arena on Friday. [READ MORE]

ACES WELCOME TANNER SORENSON

Mar 27th, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, have signed rookie free agent center Tanner Sorenson, it was announced by Aces head coach Rob Murray. Sorenson, 22, will be available for game action this weekend during a three game series against the Stockton Thunder, beginning tonight at 6:30 p.m. (KFQD/ECHL.TV) at Stockton Arena. Sorenson will wear #10. [READ MORE]

PREVIEW: Aces-Stockton

Mar 26th, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue their ten game road trip tonight with a three game series (final all-time series) against the Stockton Thunder at Stockton Arena. The Aces last defeated the Bakersfield Condors, 8-4 on Tuesday to move within three points of the final playoff spot in the Pacific Division and eliminate the Condors from contention. The Aces are 2-2-0 on the road trip, their longest of the season, and are 9-2-0 this season against Stockton. The Aces last faced the Thunder at Sullivan Arena on Feb. 8, an 8-5 victory which capped a three-game sweep. [READ MORE]

ACES SIGN F SLATER DOGGETT

Mar 26th, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, have signed rookie free agent forward Slater Doggett, it was announced by Aces head coach Rob Murray.   Doggett, 20, will join the Aces in time for Friday’s road game against the Stockton Thunder, beginning 6:30 p.m. (KFQD/ECHL.TV) at Stockton Arena. Doggett will wear #21. WATCH: Slater Doggett goal with Windsor [READ MORE]

EIGHT IS GREAT

Mar 24th, 2015

Nine different players registered multi point games and the Alaska Aces used a season high six goals in the first period to rout the Bakersfield Condors in an 8-4 victory before 3,012 fans, closing a storied rivalry dating back to the WCHL at Rabobank Arena on Tuesday. [READ MORE]

PREVIEW: Aces-Bakersfield

Mar 23rd, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue their ten-game road trip tonight against the Bakersfield Condors, the final regular season meeting between the two teams in ECHL play (Bakersfield is transitioning to the American Hockey League next season).The Aces are 6-4-2 in the last 12 road games and currently 1-2-0 on the road trip. Bakersfield defeated the Aces, 5-4 in a shootout in the last matchup on Mar. 2 at Rabobank Arena. The Aces enter the evening five points behind fourth place Utah for the final playoff spot.GAME: Alaska Aces at Bakersfield Condors [READ MORE]

CONN-DO ATTITUDE

Mar 21st, 2015

Brendan Connolly broke a 1-1 tie with 6:20 left in regulation, his career high 26th goal of the season, and Troy Redmann made 25 saves to boost the Alaska Aces to a 3-1 victory before an announced crowd of 9,395 at Citizens Business Bank Arena on Saturday. The Aces, salvaging a victory in the three game series, were aided with a first period goal from Greg Wolfe and Ryan Walters’ empty netter with 10.3 seconds left. The victory allowed the Aces to keep pace at five points behind fourth place Utah, who defeated Bakersfield. [READ MORE]

SATURDAY: Aces-Ontario

Mar 21st, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue a road trip spanning ten games and 19 days (their longest of the season) tonight against the Ontario Reign at Citizens Business Bank Arena. The Aces are 2-1\2-1 in three games at Ontario this season and last faced the Reign on Friday, 5-3 Ontario. The Aces are 5-4-2 in the last 11 road games. The matchup features two players, Brendan Connolly (Alaska) and David Rutherford (Ontario) who led nominees for the ECHL Player of the Week award. Rutherford earned the award on Tuesday and Connolly finished as a runner-up. [READ MORE]

2ND PERIOD UPS AND DOWNS

Mar 20th, 2015

Maxim Kitsyn scored two more goals and added an assist, helping the Ontario Reign defeat the Alaska Aces, 5-3 before a crowd of 8,540 at Citizens Business Bank Arena on Friday. Alaska nearly rallied from a 4-1 deficit while posting a pair of power play goals, but Ontario’s stretch of four goals in a span of 6:02, spanning the first and second period was enough to hold off the Aces. Corey Syvret and Ryan Walters each had the power play goals while Dean Chelios earned his second goal in glacier blue, pulling the Aces to within a goal late in the second period. [READ MORE]

FRIDAY: Aces-Ontario

Mar 19th, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue a road trip spanning ten games and 19 days (their longest of the season) tonight against the Ontario Reign at Citizens Business Bank Arena. The Aces are 2-1-1 in three games at Ontario this season and last faced the Reign on Wednesday, defeated 3-1 to Ontario. The Aces are 5-3-2 in the last ten road games. The matchup features two players, Brendan Connolly (Alaska) and David Rutherford (Ontario) who led nominees for the ECHL Player of the Week award. Rutherford earned the award on Tuesday and Connolly finished as a runner-up. [READ MORE]

BUMPY ROAD OPENER

Mar 18th, 2015

Maxim Kitsyn and Matt White each collected a goal and an assist, enough for the Ontario Reign to hold off the Alaska Aces, 3-1 in a ten-game road trip opener before 6,186 fans at Citizens Business Bank Arena on Wednesday. Alaska’s trip, spanning every Pacific Division opponent except for Colorado, opened with a first period goal from Brendan Connolly, while Niklas Lundstrom had 22 saves in the defeat, making his third consecutive start. [READ MORE]

ACES SIGN D NAGY

Mar 18th, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, have signed rookie free agent Nilan Nagy (NYE-lihn, NAY-ghee), it was announced by Aces head coach Rob Murray.   [READ MORE]

PREVIEW: Aces-Ontario

Mar 17th, 2015

The Alaska Aces open a road trip spanning ten games and 19 days (their longest of the season) tonight against the Ontario Reign at Citizens Business Bank Arena. The Aces are 2-0-1 in three games at Ontario this season and last faced the Reign on March 3, a 3-0 Aces victory in Ontario. The Aces are 5-2-2 in the last nine road games. The matchup features two players, Brendan Connolly (Alaska) and David Rutherford (Ontario) who led nominees for the ECHL Player of the Week award. Rutherford earned the award on Tuesday and Connolly finished as a runner-up. [READ MORE]

HATS OFF

Mar 15th, 2015

Brendan Connolly earned a hat trick, added an assist, was +5 and the Alaska Aces led wire-to-wire, crushing the Colorado Eagles in a 6-2 victory before 5,261 fans at Sullivan Arena on Saturday. Connolly’s performance was the Aces’ second hat trick of the season, his first in Aces colors, and the fourth of his career (first since a four-goal game vs. Orlando in 2012-13). His linemates, Chris Francis and Dean Chelios, combined for eight points and +15 en route to a 2-0-1 series against the Eagles. [READ MORE]

ACES RE-SIGN WARNER

Mar 14th, 2015

The Alaska Aces announced today that the team has signed free agent defenseman Scott Warner.   Warner, 26, is expected to suit up for the Aces tonight in a 7:15 p.m. game (GCI/KFQD) against the Colorado Eagles at Sullivan Arena. Tickets are on sale at The Aces Store (corner of 15th/Gambell), local Fred Meyer locations and online at www.alaskaaces.com/tickets. [READ MORE]

SATURDAY: Aces-Colorado

Mar 14th, 2015

The Alaska Aces conclude a three game homestand tonight against the Colorado Eagles at Sullivan Arena, wearing specialty green themed “St. Patrick’s Day” jerseys. The Aces are 5-4-2, head-to-head against Colorado this season and 25-12-3 in the all-time series, spanning back to 2011-12. The two teams last met at Sullivan Arena, last night and the Aces defeated Colorado, 2-1. Alaska is 3-1-1 against Colorado at Sullivan Arena this season. The Aces enter Wednesday five points out of a playoff spot (fourth in the Pacific Division). [READ MORE]

GREEN DAY

Mar 14th, 2015

Niklas Lundstrom delivered a 39 save effort and Brendan Connolly’s team leading 21st goal stood as the game winner, lifting the Alaska Aces to a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Eagles before a crowd of 5,856 at Sullivan Arena on Friday. The Aces, keeping pace at five points behind Utah for fourth place, were also boosted by newcomer Landon Oslanski’s first goal with his new club, breaking a scoreless tie in the second period. The penalty kill extinguished all seven chances, including five-on-three lasting two minutes, and a five-minute major in the third period. [READ MORE]

FRIDAY: Aces-Colorado

Mar 13th, 2015

The Alaska Aces open a St. Patrick's themed weekend (including specialty jerseys) and continue a three game homestand tonight against the Colorado Eagles at Sullivan Arena. The Aces are 4-4-2, head-to-head against Colorado this season and 24-12-3 in the all-time series, spanning back to 2011-12. The two teams last met on Wednesday, and the Eagles defeated the Aces, 4-3 in a 17 round shootout. Alaska is 2-1-1 against Colorado at Sullivan Arena this season. The Aces enter Wednesday five points out of a playoff spot (fourth in the Pacific Division). [READ MORE]

ACES GET CHELIOS FOR SPROULE

Mar 12th, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, and head coach Rob Murray announced today that the team has acquired left wing Dean Chelios from the Indy Fuel in exchange for defenseman Quinn Sproule. [READ MORE]

ACES GET OSLANSKI FOR CURRIER

Mar 12th, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, and head coach Rob Murray announced today that the team has acquired defenseman Landon Oslanski from the Missouri Mavericks in exchange for forward Tyler Currier. In addition, defenseman Colten Hayes has been recalled by the Chicago Wolves (AHL) and reassigned to Missouri. Oslanski, 22, is expected to be available to play tomorrow, when the Aces host the Colorado Eagles at Sullivan Arena, and wear jersey #44. [READ MORE]

ROUND, AND ROUND

Mar 12th, 2015

 Troy Redmann made 34 saves and Nathan Moon ended the longest shootout in Alaska Aces history with a goal in the 17th round, lifting the Colorado Eagles over the Aces, 4-3 before 3,690 fans at Sullivan Arena on Wednesday. The game finished four rounds shy of the ECHL record, extending past regulation after Brock Nixon led Colorado with back to back goals to rally from a 3-1 deficit with less than three minutes to play. Curt Gogol led the Aces with a pair of goals while Greg Wolfe furnished an assist in his return from the American Hockey League. [READ MORE]

PREVIEW: Aces-Colorado

Mar 10th, 2015

The Alaska Aces open a three game homestand tonight against the Colorado Eagles at Sullivan Arena. The Aces are 4-4-1, head-to-head against Colorado this season and 24-12-2 in the all-time series, spanning back to 2011-12. The two teams last met on Feb. 28 and Colorado defeated the Aces, 6-2. Alaska is 2-1-0 against Colorado at Sullivan Arena this season. The Aces enter Wednesday six points out of a playoff spot (fourth in the Pacific Division).GAME: Alaska Aces vs. Colorado Eagles  DATE: Wednesday, March 11, 2015TIME: 7:15 p.m. [READ MORE]

St. Patrick's Day Weekend

Mar 10th, 2015

Come celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the Alaska Aces on March 13th and 14th. The Aces are taking on the Colorado Eagles both nights and the games start at 7:15 pm.  There will be Irish themed prizes and promotions, and on the 14th after the game we will also be auctioning off our Celtic themed game worn player jerseys. For tickets either call 907.258.2237 ext 1 or check out our ticketing options under the ticket page.   [READ MORE]

WOLFE BACK FROM IOWA

Mar 4th, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, announced today that rookie forward Greg Wolfe has been returned to the Aces from his professional tryout offer with the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League. Wolfe, 24, returns to Alaska currently second among ECHL rookies and on the club with 48 points (17g-31a) in 44 games. Among league rookies, he is second in assists (31) and tied for first in power play points (14), shorthanded assists (2) and shorthanded points (4). [READ MORE]

TROY STORY 2

Mar 4th, 2015

Troy Redmann earned his second career shutout with 28 saves and Ryan Walters scored twice, lifting the Alaska Aces to a 3-0 victory over the Ontario Reign before 6,502 fans at Citizens Business Bank Arena on Tuesday night. Redmann, who beat his former team just several miles away from his hometown of Brea, Calif., improved to 4-0-2 in his last six road appearances and captured the shutout on the same day he was named ECHL Goaltender of the Week. [READ MORE]

PREVIEW: ACES-REIGN

Mar 3rd, 2015

The Alaska Aces finish a five-game road trip tonight in Ontario, facing the Reign at Citizens Business Bank Arena in the 6th meeting of the season between the teams. The Aces are 1-3-1 in the season series against Ontario and last met on Feb. 14, in a 5-4 shootout defeat at Ontario. Alaska is 2-1-1 on the road trip and 4-2-2 in the last eight road games.GAME: Alaska Aces at Ontario ReignDATE: Tuesday, March 3, 2015TIME: 6:00 p.m. AKTSITE: Citizens Business Bank Arena [READ MORE]

REDMANN | GOALIE OF THE WEEK

Mar 3rd, 2015

The Alaska Aces, three time Kelly Cup champions, announced today in conjunction with the ECHL that Troy Redmann has been named recipient of the CCM ECHL Goaltender of the Week award for Feb. 23-Mar. 1. Redmann is the first Aces goaltender to earn the award this season and began a five-game road trip with back-to-back wins in Colorado, posting a 0.96 goals-against-average and .971 save percentage in two games. [READ MORE]

SETTLER'S POINT

Mar 3rd, 2015

Bryan Cameron scored twice, including a go-ahead goal with 2:55 left in regulation, but the Alaska Aces were victimized by two third period rallies and fell in a shootout, 5-4 to the Bakersfield Condors before 3,071 fans at Rabobank Arena on Monday. [READ MORE]

SHAKE AND BAKE(RSFIELD)

Mar 1st, 2015

The Alaska Aces continue a five-game road trip tonight in Bakersfield, facing the Condors at Rabobank Arena in the 11th meeting of the season between the teams. The Aces are 4-5-1 in the season series against Bakersfield and last met on Feb. 17, in a 3-2 Aces defeat at Bakersfield. Alaska is 2-1-0 on the road trip and 4-2-1 in the last seven road games.GAME: Alaska Aces at Bakersfield CondorsDATE: Monday, March 2, 2015TIME: 6:00 p.m. AKTSITE: Rabobank Arena [READ MORE]