While some sports are discussing potential returns of various contortions, one Milwaukee team's year has unfortunately come to an early close as the AHL officially canceled the rest of the 2019-20 season.
The Milwaukee Admirals announced their 2018-19 schedule on Wednesday, with the season starting on Oct. 6 against the Texas Stars in Austin and the home opener a week later, on Oct. 13 against the Hershey Bears at Panther Arena.
The American Hockey League announced its annual Team Business Service awards on Friday, recognizing outstanding achievements in a variety of categories, and the Milwaukee Admirals won for Outstanding Fan Experience in the Western Conference.
Starting this season, the Admirals will have a new radio home. On Thursday, iHeartMedia Milwaukee's The Big 920 announced a broadcast partnership with the Admirals, taking over the rights Sports Radio 1250 WSSP held since 2007 to air all of the team's games.
The Milwaukee Admirals have hired Karl Taylor to be their new head coach. He comes to Milwaukee after spending the past four seasons with the AHL's Texas Stars as an assistant. Taylor replaces Dean Evason, who left to become an assistant with the NHL's Minnesota Wild.
The Admirals are looking for a new head coach. That's because Dean Evason, who spent the past six seasons with Milwaukee, has been hired as an assistant by the NHL's Minnesota Wild. According to the Admirals, the search for a new head coach will begin immediately.
=Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today the promotions of Scott Nichol to General Manager of the Milwaukee Admirals and Director of Player Development, among other front-office moves.
The Milwaukee Admirals next season will continue to play in the Western Conference's Central Division, where they'll be joined by two new teams, the Texas Stars and San Antonio Rampage, who moved from the Pacific Division.
Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today that the team will hold Fan Appreciation Month for the team's four remaining regular season home games at Panther Arena during April. The fun begins on Wednesday, April 4.
Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today that Olympic Gold Medalists and Wisconsin natives Matt Hamilton and Alex Rigsby will be honored at the team's game this Sunday, when the team hosts the Iowa Wild at 5 p.m. at Panther Arena.
Dogs will be in attendance when the Admirals host their annual Purina Dog Day afternoon this Sunday, as the team plays the Iowa Wild at 5 p.m. at Panther Arena. Fans are invited to bring their dogs to the game with dog tickets costing $2, while human tickets are $15.
The Admirals announced today they will hold their annual Charity Game on April 8 when they host the Iowa Wild at 3 p.m. at UWM Panther Arena. The team will donate proceeds from tickets to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
The Admirals host the Stars at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena in a game that was originally scheduled for Friday but had to be moved back due to a UWM conflict. The first 3,000 people will take home a Benjamin Franklin bobblehead.
Thanks to a new partnership between the Admirals and SpringHill Suites, diehard Milwaukee fans can have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the action at a game, then eat well and sleep soundly at a hotel one block away. It's the #Milhockey package; book it.
The Admirals host the San Antonio Rampage at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, and love and hockey will be in the air. To celebrate Valentine's Day, the first 2,500 fans to the game will receive a cupid-inspired bobblehead of mascot Roscoe.