• hockey Apr 5

    Gulls To Play Remainder of Season in Irvine

    The Gulls are one of the hottest teams in the American Hockey League. They’re won seven straight games and now they’re getting Trevor Zegras, the 5th-ranked prospect in hockey, back from the Ducks. While they’ve been playing their home games at PivePoint Arena in Irvine (the Ducks training facility) during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gulls have gone out of...

  • hockey Mar 28

    Gulls Run Winning Streak to 4

    The Gulls started the year 6-0, then became victims of their own success. Teenage sensations Trevor Zegras and Jamie Drysdale, two of the top-50 prospects in hockey, were among the American Hockey League points leaders when they were called up to the NHL by the Ducks. It took a while for the Gulls to find their feet again. They lost…

  • hockey Feb 15

    Gulls Undefeated Start Setting Records

    There are four undefeated teams in the American Hockey League. One of them is the San Diego Gulls. A year ago, the Gulls lost their first 6 games, a franchise record to start the season. This year … things are a little different. San Diego has won all five games it’s played, a franchise record to start the season. The…

  • hockey Feb 14

    Gulls Stay Perfect With Win Over Eagles

    Four games played. Eight points earned. This hockey thing is fun. The Gulls won their fourth straight game to start the season, this time a 3-2 victory over Colorado on Saturday night in Irvine. One constant this year (and one that head coach Kevin DIneen would probably like to stop) is the other team scored first. The Eagles got the…

  • hockey Feb 7

    Gulls Youth is Served in Win Over Condors

    During the preseason Gulls head coach Kevin Dineen said he wasn’t worried about his offense because he had a nice stable of goal scorers. Coach was definitely not wrong. San Diego beat Bakersfield 4-3 on Saturday night, their second straight win to start the year. In two games the Gulls have scored eight goals. Just like Friday night Bakersfield...

  • hockey Feb 6

    Gulls Finally Open Season, Beat Bakersfield

    The last time the Gulls played an American Hockey League game they beat Tucson 4-2. That was March 11, 2020, a wild 311 days ago. Chase De Leo scored the final goal that night. He got sick of waiting to score another one. De Leo found the net twice in a 4-1 win over Bakersfield in the first outing of…

  • hockey Jan 25

    Gulls Roster Flush With Top Prospects

    The Gulls have always had good, young talent. But this year? They have something a little different. “Unreal, God-given talent, and now they’ve just got to hone in on it here in the American Hockey League,” says Gulls play-by-play announcer Andy Zilch. The talent belongs to four teenagers: wingers Brayden Tracey and Jacob Perreault, center Trevor Zegras and defenseman...

  • American Hockey League May 11, 2020

    American Hockey League Cancels Rest of Season, Playoffs

    The American Hockey League has canceled the rest of its season because of the coronavirus pandemic

  • San Diego Gulls May 11, 2020

    Gulls Captain Signs 1-Year Contract Extension

    The Anaheim Ducks, the parent club of the San Diego Gulls, announced Sunday they signed Gulls captain center Sam Carrick and defenseman Brendan Guhle to contract extensions.

  • hockey Mar 1, 2020

    No Sleep, No Problem: Gulls Win on Short Turnaround

    At 9:20 p.m. on Friday night the Gulls finished off their 4-2 win over the Heat in Stockton. At 3:38 p.m. on Saturday they got the game-winner over the Barracuda in San Jose. Two wins over two teams in two cities in a shade over 18 hours is not a bad weekend’s work. Max Comtois scored halfway through overtime to…

  • San Diego May 23, 2019

    Whether Stubbles or Bush, Gulls Embrace Playoff Beard Tradition

    San Diego Gulls players aren’t buying many razors these days.

  • San Diego Oct 14, 2018

    Gulls Defeat Reign in Shootout For First Victory of the Season

    Chase De Leo scored on the final shot of the shootout to give the San Diego Gulls a 6-5 victory over the Ontario Reign Saturday evening in Ontario, their first win of the 2018-19 American Hockey League season.

  • Canada Mar 20, 2018

    US Out to Solve Its Olympics Scoring Problem Vs Slovakia

    The United States had a goal-scoring problem at the Olympics. If it lasts much longer, the Americans are going home early. Only Norway and South Korea scored fewer goals than the four the U.S. put up in three preliminary-round games. Yet only Canada has gotten more shots on net than the United States’ 96 so far, so the goal in...

  • Canada Feb 10, 2018

    Without NHL Players, Olympic Tournament Is ‘Wide Open'

    When Willie Desjardins coached Canada’s 2010 world junior team stacked with future NHL players Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Brayden Schenn, Alex Pietrangelo and goaltenders Jake Allen and Martin Jones, it took a wild final game with John Carlson scoring in overtime to win the gold medal for the United States. Just like Canada was the most talented team back then,...

  • coach Feb 10, 2018

    US Hockey GM Dies Unexpectedly at Colorado Springs Home

    Longtime USA Hockey executive and U.S. Olympic men’s hockey general manager Jim Johannson died unexpectedly Sunday at age 53, shocking the sport less than three weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games. Johannson died in his sleep at his home in Colorado Springs, according to USA Hockey. His death came in the midst of the most high-profile role in...

  • Canada Jan 3, 2018

    USA Unveils Olympic Men's Hockey Roster Without NHL Players

    Without the ability to pick from a generation of young American stars, USA Hockey is leaning on a longtime NHL winger as captain and hopes a diverse roster can capture an Olympic medal.

  • Canada Jan 3, 2018

    Would a US Men's Ice Hockey Gold in 2018 Be Another Miracle?

    The NHL has refused to let its players represent their countries at the games, but some bona fide Russian stars play in the world’s second-best hockey league, the Russian-based Kontinental Hockey League, and they can make the trip to Pyeongchang.

  • NBA Sep 30, 2016

    Put a Ring On It: Cavaliers to Give Championship Rings to Arena Staff

    Like the old adage, “It takes a village to raise a child,” the same could be said about the staff that supported the 2016 NBA Champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cavaliers’ owner Dan Gilbert has announced that the entire staff of the Quicken Loans Arena will receive a championship ring, along with the team. Typically, the rings are only for the...

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