Veteran defenseman Ben Wilson has re-signed with the K-Wings for the 2018-19 season. The captain the last two seasons, Wilson heads into his sixth season with Kalamazoo and eighth professional.
ISAAC BERKY IS ANNOUNCED AS THE NEW VOICE OF THE KALAMAZOO WINGS
The Kalamazoo Wings have named Isaac Berky as the new broadcaster and Director of Public Relations, the team announced on Wednesday.
KALAMAZOO, MI—The Kalamazoo Wings have selected the jersey concept of Dallas Kirkpatrick as the winner of the teams’ second annual fan-designed jersey contest. Kirkpatrick’s design will be worn by the Wings on December 8th against the Tulsa Oilers during the Wings annual “Teddy Bear Toss” game at Wings Event Center.
Kalamazoo Wings legend Joel Martin has announced his retirement as a player and has been named assistant coach of the Kalamazoo Wings, head coach Nick Bootland announced Monday.
Kalamazoo Wings broadcaster and director of public relations Joe Roberts has been named as the broadcaster for the Utica Comets of the American Hockey League, the team announced Monday.
The Kalamazoo Wings have acquired forward Ryan Penny from the Reading Royals, fulfilling the future considerations of a trade that sent Charlie Vasaturo to the Royals in March.
Kalamazoo to open season on the road before October 19 home opener against Ft. Wayne.
The Kalamazoo Wings’ season came to a close on Sunday after suffering a 2-1 loss to the Indy Fuel at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
The Kalamazoo Wings fell to the Brampton Beast by a 2-1 final on Saturday, setting the tone for a Sunday showdown with the Indy Fuel for the final playoff berth in the Central Division.
The Kalamazoo Wings lost in a shootout by a 5-4 margin against the Quad City Mallards, but the standings point acquired moved them back into the fourth and final playoff spot in the Central Division with two games remaining in the regular season.
Kalamazoo Wings defenseman Aaron Irving has been named to the ECHL All-Rookie team for the 2017-18 season, the ECHL announced Thursday.
The Kalamazoo Wings heavily outshot the Norfolk Admirals, 47-19, but they couldn’t get past the Admirals’ rock-solid goaltending more than once during a 2-1 loss on Saturday at the Norfolk Scope.
Joel Martin made 32 saves, including 17 in the third period, between the pipes for the Kalamazoo Wings, as he backstopped a 3-2 victory over the Norfolk Admirals on Friday night at the Norfolk Scope.
The Kalamazoo Wings got back into the win column after a wire-to-wire performance produced a 4-3 win against the Atlanta Gladiators on Wednesday at Infinite Energy Arena.
The Kalamazoo Wings were provided a terrific performance by Joel Martin in net, but an early two-goal hole created by a spell of bad bounces proved too difficult to overcome during a 2-1 loss to the South Carolina Stingrays on Tuesday at the North Charleston Coliseum.
The Kalamazoo Wings outshot the Toledo Walleye and scored a power play goal for the third straight game, but they couldn’t crack their opponent’s defense more than once during a 4-1 loss on Sunday at the Huntington Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings, led by three-point nights from Josh Pitt and Danny Moynihan, earned their third-straight win by toppling the Wichita Thunder in a 5-3 final on Thursday night at Wings Event Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings were led by Michael Garteig’s 30 saves and Brendan Bradley’s overtime heroics on their way to a 3-2 win over the Ft. Wayne Komets on Wednesday at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
The Kalamazoo Wings were backed by a standing-room-only crowd and propelled by a third period surge, as they toppled the Cincinnati Cyclones, 4-1, at the 37th annual green ice game on Saturday at Wings Event Center.
With the 37th annual world famous green ice game sold out, the Kalamazoo Wings and Wings Event Center have opened up additional standing room only tickets for the largest St. Patrick’s Day party in Kalamazoo.
If there are any shenanigans on the ice Saturday night, they could be coming from the sticks of Kyle Blaney or Brendan Bradley.
The Kalamazoo Wings had a 3-2 lead in the third period, but three unanswered goals from the Brampton Beast forced Kalamazoo to suffer a 5-3 setback on Tuesday night at Wings Event Center.
The Kalamazoo Wings used a three-goal third period to hold off the Ft. Wayne Komets and race to a decisive 6-3 win on Sunday night at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. The victory pushed the Wings back ahead of the Kansas City Mavericks for the fourth and final playoff position in the Central Division.
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