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Garteig called back to AHL Utica ahead of Aces series at Utah

Feb 28th, 2017

photo by Skip Hickey/Alaska Aces   ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Alaska Aces goaltender Michael Garteig has been re-assigned by the NHL Vancouver Canucks to AHL Utica. Aces Head Coach and President of Hockey Operations Rob Murray made the announcement Tuesday. Garteig, 25, has played in 22 games for Alaska. He is 11-6-1-2 with a 3.11 goals against average and a .906 save percentage. The Prince George, BC native has already played this season for Utica, appearing in 4 games. He was 0-1-1 with a 2.85 goals against average and .907 save percentage. [READ MORE]

Coffman, Carr lead 7-2 Alaska domination at Manchester Sunday

Feb 26th, 2017

Monarchs goaltender Sam Brittain defends his net against a relentless Alaska attack Sunday. photo by Rich Tilton   MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE – Tim Coffman had a hat trick and Kevin Carr stopped 30 of 32 shots fired at him as the Alaska Aces throttled the Manchester Monarchs 7-2 Sunday at the SNHU Arena. Coffman had five goals in the 2 games at Manchester this weekend. First period scoring belonged to two players…Alaska’s Danny Moynihan and Manchester’s Rihards Bukarts. [READ MORE]

Aces battle, then battle some more in 5-4 OT loss at Manchester

Feb 25th, 2017

Aces forward Ben Lake (not shown) propels the puck past Monarchs goaltender Same Brittain in the second period.                                                                  photo by Rich Tilton   [READ MORE]

Shorthanded Aces hold off Elmira 4-3 Thursday

Feb 23rd, 2017

ELMIRA, NEW YORK- Steve Tarasuk’s third period power play goal was the game-winner, and Michael Garteig made 30 saves as the Alaska Aces held off the Elmira Jackals 4-3 Thursday at the First Transit Arena. The win stopped an Aces five-game non-winning streak, and three losses in a row. Alaska played the game without leading scorer Stephen Perfetto and ECHL leading goal-scorer Peter Sivak, both out with injuries. The Aces also lost defenseman Mackenze Stewart about halfway through the second period on a major kneeing penalty and game misconduct. [READ MORE]

Alaska Aces to Cease Operations

Feb 23rd, 2017

Contact: Terry Parks, Managing Member (907) 244-0805 [READ MORE]

Aces acquire forward Brad Navin from Utah for Marc-Andre Levesque

Feb 20th, 2017

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA - The Alaska Aces have acquired forward Brad Navin in a trade with the Utah Grizzlies for defenseman Marc-Andre Levesque.Aces Head Coach and President of Hockey Operations Rob Murray made the announcement Monday.Navin, 24, a native of Waupaca, Wisconsin, has six goals and 11 assists for 17 points and 23 penalty minutes in 27 games for the Grizzlies. The 6-3, 205 pound center was acquired by Utah at the beginning of the season from Atlanta. [READ MORE]

Aces outshoot Colorado, but fall to Eagles 4-1 Sunday

Feb 19th, 2017

photo by Skip Hickey/Alaska Aces   ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Colorado scored twice on the power play and Clarke Saunders stymied the Alaska offense with 33 saves as the Eagles completed a three-game sweep of the homestanding Aces 4-1 Sunday at the Sullivan Arena. The win was Colorado’s 12th in a row, a season high for the club, and longest streak so far this season in the ECHL. The Eagles edged the Aces Friday 4-3 and won Saturday 6-2. [READ MORE]

Houck, Hafner lead Eagles past Aces 6-2 Saturday

Feb 19th, 2017

photo by Skip Hickey/Alaska Aces   ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Jackson Houck had a hat trick, Shawn St. Amant scored twice, and Lukas Hafner had 41 saves in his return to Alaska as the Colorado Eagles took down the homestanding Aces 6-2 Saturday night at the Sullivan Arena. The win gives Colorado the first two games of the three-game series. Matt Register got the Eagles off and flying with a 5-3 power play goal at 10:23 of the first period, followed by a Houck power play tally at 17:16. Alaska outshot Colorado 15-10 in the period. [READ MORE]

Eagles hold off Aces 4-3 Friday in Anchorage

Feb 18th, 2017

Charlie Sampair photo by Skip Hickey/Alaska Aces   ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – The Colorado Eagles scored two second period goals to erase a 2-1 Alaska lead on their way to a 4-3 victory over the homestanding Aces at Sullivan Arena Friday. The win gives Colorado the first game of a three-game series. The Eagles started quickly, scoring the game’s first goal at 1:24 of the first period. Kenny Brooks batted in a backhander past Aces goaltender Michael Garteig with assists to Tiegen Zahn and Jackson Houck. [READ MORE]

Here's the Deal Blog 2/13/17

Feb 13th, 2017

The Deal February 13, 2017 Record: 25-15-7 By Matt Nevala [READ MORE]

Furious Aces comeback falls short in 4-3 shootout loss to Utah Friday

Feb 11th, 2017

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – The Alaska Aces mounted a furious third period comeback to tie the game, but eventually fell to the Utah Grizzlies in a shootout 4-3 Friday night at the Sullivan Arena. The regulation tie gave Alaska three out of a possible 6 points in the three-game series with the Grizzlies. Brad Navin gave Utah a 1-0 lead in the first period with his fifth goal of the season, unassisted, at 9:35. Shots after one favored the Grizzlies 17-5. [READ MORE]

Grizzlies hold off Aces 2-1 Thursday night

Feb 10th, 2017

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Colin Martin and Taylor Richart scored second period goals, and the Utah Grizzlies held off the Alaska Aces 2-1 Thursday night at the Sullivan Arena. The win pulls the fifth-place Grizzlies to within 4 points of the fourth-place Aces in the ECHL Mountain Division. No scoring in the first period as both teams didn’t bring their best hockey. Sloppy play resulted in scoring opportunities, but both Kevin Carr in the Alaska net and Kevin Boyle in the Grizzlies net were stellar. Utah outshot Alaska 9-7 in the period. [READ MORE]

Aces stop streaking Grizzlies 4-2 Wednesday night

Feb 9th, 2017

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Tim Wallace scored the go-ahead goal in the third period and added an insurance empty-netter as the Alaska Aces downed the Utah Grizzlies 4-2 Wednesday night at the Sullivan Arena. The Aces win stopped Utah’s seven-game win streak and kept the Grizzlies six points behind Alaska in the Mountain Division. Alaska got off to a good start as Tyler Shattock scored his first goal in Glacier Blue, gathering in a bouncing puck in the slot and blasting it by Grizzlies goaltender Ryan Faragher at 5:27 of the first period. Assist to Steve Tarasuk. [READ MORE]

Scrappy Aces take game to shootout, fall to Eagles 2-1 Saturday

Feb 4th, 2017

LOVELAND, COLORADO – A goaltending battle with two gritty teams and two ECHL points on the line in a Mountain Division rivalry. In the end, Colorado skates off with a 2-1 shootout win over the Alaska Aces Saturday night at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland. The first period featured some great scoring opportunities for both teams, as each enjoyed one power play. Goaltenders Michael Garteig of the Aces and Clarke Saunders of the Eagles were sharp. [READ MORE]

Saunders, Eagles claw Aces 4-0 Friday in Loveland

Feb 3rd, 2017

The "Beard" (Darryl Bootland) chases down the "Stache" (Garet Hunt) in Friday's game.   LOVELAND, COLORADO – Clarke Saunders made 24 saves for his third shutout of the season, and Matt Garbowsky contributed three assists as the Colorado Eagles blanked the Alaska Aces 4-0 Friday night at the Budweiser Events Center. The win stretched the Eagles win streak to five games, while the Aces dropped their second straight contest. Colorado scored two power play goals and one short-handed strike. [READ MORE]

Aces first period energy wanes in 5-2 loss at Colorado Wednesday

Feb 1st, 2017

LOVELAND, COLORADO – The Colorado Eagles scored twice in the second period, turning a 1-1 tie into a 3-1 lead and going on to a 5-2 win over the Alaska Aces Wednesday night at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland. The Colorado win ends the Aces win streak at four, and extends the Eagles win streak to four. [READ MORE]