The Kalamazoo Wings capped off their season-long 12-day, seven-game road trip with their fifth win of the excursion, by toppling the Idaho Steelheads, 3-2, in overtime on Saturday night at CenturyLink Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings were backstopped by a vintage Joel Martin performance and lock-down defense on their way to a 3-2 road victory on Friday night at CenturyLink Arena.
Ben Wilson scored his first goal of the season and Eric Kattelus extended his point streak to six games, but the Kalamazoo Wings were overwhelmed by the Idaho Steelheads during a 6-2 loss on Wednesday at CenturyLink Arena.
Led by lights-out goaltending from Joel Martin and Garret Cockerill’s first career goal, the Kalamazoo Wings earned a hard-fought 3-2 overtime victory over the Wichita Thunder on Sunday night at INTRUST Bank Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings scored six times, including three power play goals, on their way to a 6-4 triumph over the Wichita Thunder on Saturday night at INTRUST Bank Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings surrendered two early goals and couldn’t overcome a first-period hole, as they dropped a 4-2 final to the Kansas City Mavericks on Friday at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings scored a season-high eight goals on 24 shots and cruised past the Ft. Wayne Komets, 8-3, on Wednesday at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
The Kalamazoo Wings’ offense established dominance early and often on their way to a 6-1 victory over the Quad City Mallards during the annual New Year’s Eve matinee on Sunday at Wings Event Center.
After being tied for all but 5:21 of game time entering the final three minutes of regulation, the Kalamazoo Wings and Toledo Walleye combined for a wild finish as the Walleye earned a 3-2 victory on Friday at the Huntington Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings established two separate leads during the night, but they could not withstand the late offensive attack from the Indy Fuel during a 5-3 loss on Thursday at Wings Event Center.
Led by a 36-save performance by Joel Martin and a hat trick from Justin Taylor, the Kalamazoo Wings earned a lopsided 4-1 victory over the Toledo Walleye on Friday night at Wings Event Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings have signed rookie defenseman Garret Cockerill to a standard professional contract, the team announced Thursday.
TOLEDO, OH— The Kalamazoo Wings and Toledo Walleye combined for nine goals in a wild, back-and-forth affair which favored Toledo by a 5-4 final on Sunday night at the Huntington Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings erased four separate deficits against the Brampton Beast on Saturday night, but could not find a way to produce a game winner during a 5-4 overtime loss at Wings Event Center. Though the Wings had their four-game winning streak snapped, they extended their point streak to five games.
Lane Scheidl earned his first career hat trick, and the Kalamazoo Wings were provided timely third-period scoring, as they downed the Atlanta Gladiators, 6-3, on Friday night at Wings Event Center.
As Justin Taylor lay on the ice after taking a puck to the face last season, he knew he was injured, really injured.
The Kalamazoo Wings entered the third period trailing by a goal, but a resilient effort in the final 20 minutes saw them erase the deficit and secure a late winner to down the Wichita Thunder, 3-2, on Sunday at Wings Event Center. The win capped off a perfect three-wins-in-three-days weekend for Kalamazoo.
Joel Martin made 20 saves on 21 shots faced and Brendan Bradley scored the overtime winner just 22 seconds into the extra frame, as the Kalamazoo Wings skated to a 2-1 victory over the Orlando Solar Bears in the annual Teddy Bear Toss game on Saturday at Wings Event Center.
Tyler Biggs scored twice, while five other Kalamazoo Wings had multi-point nights, as they trounced the Quad City Mallards by a 5-2 final on Friday night at Wings Event Center.
Former Kalamazoo Wings defenseman and assistant coach Sam Ftorek has been named as one of three members of the ECHL Hall of Fame’s class of 2018, the league announced Thursday. He will be officially inducted at the 2018 Hall of Fame Banquet in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Monday, January 15, held in conjunction with the 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic.
The Kalamazoo Wings outshot the Wichita Thunder, 38-25, but were toppled by the opportunistic Wichita attack, who tallied 7 goals in a 7-3 Wings’ loss on Saturday at INTRUST Bank Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings and Kansas City Mavericks combined for a fight-filled affair with 90 penalty minutes and seven goals, as the Wings faltered on the road in 4-3 fashion on Friday night at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings surged in the third period and scored three goals, while Joel Martin made 31 stops on 32 shots, helping propel Kalamazoo over the Kansas City Mavericks by a 4-1 score on Wednesday night at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings generated countless chances, but 38 of their 39 shots were stopped by Joel Rumpel, who led the Wichita Thunder to a 4-1 victory on Sunday night at INTRUST Bank Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings used a four-goal eruption in the third period to silence the visiting Kansas City Mavericks—who were winners of six straight entering tonight—by a 5-2 score on Friday night at Wings Event Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings fired 55 shots on goal and forced overtime with a last-minute equalizer, but couldn’t complete a comeback over the Brampton Beast, who escaped with a 3-2 win on Thursday at Powerade Centre.
The Kalamazoo Wings heavily outshot the Indy Fuel by a 47-23 margin, but solid goaltending and timely scoring lifted the Fuel to a 6-2 victory over the Wings on Friday night at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
Former Kalamazoo Wings forward Curtis Valk became the 632nd player in ECHL history to reach the National Hockey League when he debuted with the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night against the Dallas Stars.
The Kalamazoo Wings rallied from a two-goal deficit, but could not slow down the offensive barrage by the Adirondack Thunder during a 5-2 loss on Saturday night at Wings Event Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings outshot and out-chanced the Adirondack Thunder, but were unable to solve the Thunder’s rookie netminder, Connor Ingram, during a 4-1 loss in front of a standing-room-only crowd of 5,123 on Friday night at Wings Event Center.
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