Led by two goals from Eric Tangredi, the Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Toronto Marlies 4-1 Friday night in Markham Ontario. It is the first of three games for the Bulldogs this weekend in less than 72 hours. Hamilton now has a recorfd of 2-0-2 to start their 2014-2015 season.
The Hamilton Bulldogs got a taste of the new American Hockey League experimental overtime rules this weekend. Both of Hamilton’s games went into overtime and the Bulldogs lost both of them in the 3-on-3 segment of the extra period.
Three-on-three hockey hasn’t been what the Hamilton Bulldogs would want. For the second straight night, the Bulldogs were forced into overtime and lost the game when the overtime extended from the 4-on-4 stage to 3-on-3. Rockford centre Peter Regin scored at 5:25 of the overtime to give the IceHogs a 2-1 victory before 2,250 fans
The Bulldogs dropped a 3-2 overtime loss to the Toronto Marlies before 5,715 fans in their home opener Friday night in Hamilton. Under new AHL rules the teams were playing 3-on-3 hockey when the winning goal was scored at 5:29 of the overtime period.
Offense has been the Hamilton Bulldogs biggest problem in recent years. On their 2014-2015 season opening night in Rochester New York Saturday night, it was hardly a problem. The Bulldogs came from behind three times and scored three times in the game’s final three minutes to beat the Americans 6-4. Six different players
The Hamilton Bulldogs will open their AHL season Saturday night in Rochester New York. On the final day of their training camp Canadiens and Bulldogs general manager Marc Bergevin announced that forward Tim Bozon, who was hospitalized with meningitis in March, while be returned to junior hockey. The Bulldogs also announced the Gabriel Dumont will be this season’s team captain.
Former Canadien defenseman Douglas Murray stayed at home in Stockholm Sweden during the 2014 NHL training camps, refusing to even consider an invitation to try out with a team. He considers it a waste of time. After nine years in the league, he feels that there is no room for the hockey’s middle class in the NHL any more.
Twenty four hours after acquiring him from the Canadiens in a trade, the Winnipeg Jets have asked waivers on goaltender Peter Budaj. If he clears, he will be assigned to the Jets’ St. John’s Newfoundland AHL affiliate.
The Hamilton Bulldogs completed the three game Newfoundland Mary’s Cup exhibition series with a 4-0 win over the St. John’s IceCaps Sunday afternoon at Mile One Centre in St. John’s. Hamilton won the series 2-1. Veteran Joey MacDonald made 22 saves en route to the shutout win. Riley Brace, who is in the Bulldogs camp
Montreal Canadiens and Hamilton Bulldogs general manager Marc Bergevin, announced today the appointment of Vincent Riendeau as assistant general manager of the Hamilton Bulldogs. Riendeau will remain the Bulldogs’ goaltending coach and oversee the daily hockey operations.