A rivalry that has existed for 22 years going back to the IHL days will be reignited in 2018, as the Manitoba Moose take on the Grand Rapids Griffins in round one of the Calder Cup playoffs.
Thanks to Grand Rapids’ 6-4 victory over Cleveland Saturday night, the Manitoba Moose are now locked into the number three position in the Central Division, and will not have home ice advantage in the first round against Grand Rapids.
The Moose continued an 8 game homestand with a pair of games against the AHL leading Toronto Marlies at Bell MTS Place. Starting the weekend out of first place for the first time since November 16, the Moose were looking to snap out of a 3-game home losing streak.
The Moose began their final homestand of the season with 4 games against teams firmly in playoff battles in the Western Conference. With the Chicago Wolves closing fast in the Central Division standings, these games would be crucial to try and clinch a division title for the first time in Moose 2.0 history. The homestand…
The Moose headed south to the Lone Star State for 4 games this past week. After playing 17 straight games inside the Central Division, the Moose were looking to open some space ahead of the 2nd place Chicago Wolves.
The Moose completed a stretch of 17 straight games in the Central Division this week. With games against Iowa, Milwaukee, and Chicago, all teams that are chasing the Moose in the standings, the Moose had a great opportunity to gain some more separation in the Central Division standings.
The Moose faced their arch rival Chicago Wolves this week for a pair of games this year. After snapping a 4 game losing streak with a win against Milwaukee, the Moose looked to gain some space from their rivals in the Central Division standings.
As we get closer to the NHL and AHL Trade Deadlines, the road to the Calder Cup playoffs starts to come into focus. Going into their holiday Monday matchup with the Milwaukee Admirals, the Manitoba Moose have 24 games left in their 2017-18 season.
The Moose closed a six game homestand with their first two games of the season against the Texas Stars, top affiliate of the Dallas Stars. With a number of players out of the Moose lineup, they struggled, losing both games in convincing fashion. The Moose have now won just two of eight games in 2018. …
The Moose continued a 6 game home-stand, with their fourth and fifth games of the season series against the Iowa Wild. The Moose split the two game series, extending their division lead to 11 points.
The Moose started 2018 with their toughest stretch of 4 results since the end of October, winning just 1 out of 4 games, and picking up only 4 of the 8 available points.
The Moose headed into 2018 with a pair of home games against the San Jose Barracuda, the top affiliate of the San Jose Sharks. The Moose were looking to extend their 16-game point streak into the New Year against the last team to beat them in regulation. Read on for a recap of the weekend,…