Gage Quinney Playoff Update

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Flash Final Score

Charlotte Checkers 5, Chicago Wolves 3

//Gage Quinney of Las Vegas one assist

//Charlotte Checkers lead Best of Seven 3-1

Next Game – Saturday – Charlotte at Chicago

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Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Wednesday Flash Final – Charlotte Checkers 4, Chicago Wolves 1

Rosemont, Illinois –  Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the AHL Chicago Wolves will take on the Charlotte Checkers in Game 3 of the Calder Cup Best of Seven series Wednesday night at the AllState Arena. The Best of Seven is tied 1-1. The Chicago Wolves are an affiliate of the NHL Vegas Golden Knights and the ECHL Fort Wayne Komets.

Chicago Wolves vs Charlotte Checkers

Best of Seven

Chicago Wolves 4, Charlotte Checkers 3

Charlotte Checkers 5, Chicago Wolves 3 (Gage Quinney two goals)

GAGE QUINNEY 2 GOALS FOR AHL CHICAGO WOLVES IN BIG PLAYOFF GAME

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Flash Score from North Carolina

FINAL

AHL Chicago Wolves 3, AHL Charlotte Checkers 5

//Gage Quinney of Las Vegas scored two goals for the AHL Chicago Wolves in the second period in this AHL Calder Cup game.

Best of Seven is tied 1-1

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Charlotte, N.C. – Fresh off of an OT win here last night, Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the AHL Chicago Wolves will take on the Charlotte Checkers in Game Two of the AHL Calder Cup here at Bojangles Arena.  Gage and the Chicago Wolves lead the Best of Seven, 1-0. Game time today will be 6 pm eastern/3 pm pacific. After this game, the next three games will be in Chicago.

Gage Quinney of Las Vegas +1 on Ice for AHL Chicago Wolves in 4-3 OT Win over the Charlotte Checkers

Saturday, June 1, 2019

AHL Calder Cup Championships

Flash Final Score

Overtime

Chicago Wolves 4,  Charlotte Checkers 3

//Gage Quinney +1 for Chicago Wolves

//Chicago Wolves lead Best of Seven 1-0

Next Game:

Sunday, June 2 – Chicago Wolves at Charlotte Checkers

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Charlotte, NC –  This is it – the Best of Seven begins tonight for the AHL Calder Cup – for Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the AHL Chicago Wolves against the Charlotte Checkers at the Bojangles Arena.

Gage, 23, grew up playing hockey in Las Vegas. In 2010-11 he skated for the AAA Las Vegas Storm 16u and in 2011-12 was on the AAA Las Vegas Storm 18u team which practiced and played home games versus top ranked Western powers on the North Rink at the Las Vegas Ice Center.

Gage, listed at 5’11, 200, has had an awesome season with Chicago. Including playoffs Gage has 20 goals, 17 assists, 47 points and is +36 on the ice. The Chicago Wolves are an affiliate of the NHL Vegas Golden Knights and ECHL Fort Wayne Komets. The Charlotte Checkers are an affiliate of the NHL Carolina Hurricanes and the ECHL Florida Everblades.

VJGK Name Emily Kline As Recipient Of Inaugural Mark Workman Scholarship

VJGK Name Emily Kline As Recipient Of Inaugural Mark Workman Scholarship

LAS VEGAS The Vegas Junior Golden Knights announced today that the recipient of the Vegas Junior Golden Knights Inaugural Mark Workman Scholarship is Emily Kline.

Kline, 17, recently graduated from Odyssey Charter High School in Las Vegas and has played 14 years of hockey in Minnesota and Nevada. The Princeton, Minnesota native played for the Vegas Junior Golden Knights Varsity D3 team this past season and served as an alternate captain. Appearing in 14 games for the Vegas Junior Golden Knights, Kline tallied three assists. Heading into the 2019-20 season, Kline will be an incoming freshman at Arizona State University and has committed to play for the Sun Devils Women’s Club Hockey Team.

“Emily is an incredible competitor on the ice and in the classroom. Her application and essay demonstrated her leadership, her contributions in the community, as well as her remarkable passion for the sport,” said Vegas Golden Knights Director of Hockey Administration Katy Boettinger, who also serves as the Academic Advisor and Scholarship Committee Chair of the Vegas Junior Golden Knights. “Emily has faced many challenges in her playing career, but remained positive, and continued to turn each obstacle into an opportunity.”

Kline exemplified the core values of the Mark Workman Scholarship including passion, sportsmanship, work ethic, discipline, community service and academic achievement. Her leadership and her hockey journey were also noted as part of the reason for her selection. Kline overcame adversity in her playing career which she learned and grew from.

“I was mostly surprised with excitement and filled with gratefulness in my heart that hard work does pay off,” said Mark Workman Scholarship Recipient Emily Kline. “I would like to thank everyone who has helped me since I moved to Vegas, whether it be my coaches, teammates or peers, I sincerely thank them for believing in me.”

Named after the late Vegas Golden Knights amateur scout, the Mark Workman Scholarship is awarded to a current senior in the Vegas Junior Golden Knights program who best exemplifies passion, sportsmanship, team play, work ethic, discipline, community service and academic achievement.

Mark Workman passed away February 14, 2018 after a short and courageous battle with cancer. He was a passionate hockey man that dedicated his life to the game. In addition to his involvement at the amateur, collegiate, and professional levels, he gave much of his time to youth hockey and to the growth and development of our game. He was proud to represent USA Hockey through his volunteer work at their spring and summer development camps. He loved working with young hockey players, and he cared deeply about their growth and personal development on and off the ice.

Vegas Jr Golden Knights Coaches – 2009-10

2019-20 Coaches

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY

Daryl Wademan

Playing background:

  • Two seasons Pacific Coast Hockey League (Tri-City, Fresno)

Coaching background:

  • 18 years youth hockey (SCAHA)
  • Two years High School (Long Beach Prep, Vegas Jr. Golden Knights)
  • Three seasons AAA (Cal Senators 12U, Jr. Kings 15U, Jr. Ducks 16U)
  • 17 years AA (Cal Senators, Cal Stars, LA Hockey Club, LA Jr. Kings, Orange County Hockey Club)

16AA

Wally Lacroix

Playing background:

  • Six years PWCHL (Las Vegas, Reno, El Paso)
  • Four years roller hockey (Pro Beach, Intercontinental league)
  • Four years junior (St-Hubert, Iberville, Pembrooke, St-Jean)
  • Four years high school (St Francis Xavier)

Coaching background:

  • Two years head coach junior hockey (Las Vegas Gold Minors)
  • Two years head coach Vegas Jr. Golden Knights
  • One year Midget AAA (Las Vegas Outlaws)
  • One year high school (St. Francis Xavier)
  • 11 years (Nevada Youth Hockey)

Other experience:

  • Executive Board Jr. Golden Knights
  • Coach in chief two years Las Vegas Rebels
  • Director Las Vegas Roller Hockey five years (Crystal Palace)
  • Refereed 14 years Professional Hockey (ECHL)

 Todd Owen

Playing background:

  • Nine years (Perinton Youth Hockey)
  • One year (Rochester Junior Americans Jr B)
  • Two years (Monroe Community College)

Coaching background:

  • One year (Nevada Storm Midget AA)
  • One year (Vegas Jr. Golden Knights Bantam AA)
  • One year (Vegas Jr. Golden Knights Midget AA)

Other experience:

  • Two years USA Hockey Official Development Program
  • One year Western Hockey League Official
  • 14 years ECHL Official

14AA

Frank Salcido

Playing background:

  • Southern California All Star Team, Midget Division (1973)
  • AHAUS National Junior A Championship Tournament (1973)
  • St. Catharines Blackhawks Camp (O.H.A) (1975)
  • Los Angeles Jr. Kings Junior B
  • 13 years PSHL (Los Angeles Bruins)

Coaching background:

  • Eight years at the AAA level
  • Seven years at the AA level
  • One year as head coach with Loyola Marymount University in ACHA Division III

Other experience:

  • Evaluator, Pacific District Select Camps
  • Presenter, USA Hockey Coaching Clinics
  • CAHA Board of Directors

 Brian Salcido

Playing background:

  • Four seasons between the NHL/AHL (Portland Pirates, Anaheim Ducks, Iowa Chops, and Manitoba Moose)
  • Eight years in Europe’s top professional leagues (Liiga, Finland; Extraliga, Czech Republic; DEL, Germany; KHL, Russia; Allsvenskan, Sweden)
  • Team USA 2011 (Deutschland Cup)
  • Three years NCAA D1 (Colorado College)
  • Three years Shattuck St. Mary’s High School, Faribault, MN

Coaching background:

  • 2017-18 Vegas Jr. Golden Knights Squirt B Coach
  • Co-owner High Stakes Hockey
  • Instructor Robby Glantz Power Skating

Other experience:

  • Drafted by the Anaheim Ducks (2005)
  • First born and developed player from Southern California to play for the Anaheim Ducks
  • “Black Ace” on Anaheim’s 2007 Stanley Cup team
  • Midget AAA National Champion, Shattuck St. Mary’s (2003)
  • Two AHL All-Star Selections (2008-09, 2009-10)
  • NCAA Frozen Four appearance (2006)

 Matt Johnson

Playing background:

  • NCAA Division I and Division  III (Norwich, Providence)
  • Division I Prep School  (Tilton School)
  • U16 AAA  (Valley Junior Warriors)

Coaching background:

  • One year head coach –U14 AA VJGK
  • One year head coach – East Coast Spartans U18 AAA
  • One year head coach – U12 AAA NS Wings
  • Two years assistant coach – NCAA Tufts University
  • Two years assistant coach – Las Vegas Storm WSHL
  • Two years head coach  – Nevada Storm – U12 AA and U14 AA
  • Two years head coach – Islanders Hockey Club – USPHL Juniors
  • Four years assistant coach – St. Mary’s High School – MIAA Division 1

Other experience:

  • Owner – High Stakes Hockey – Player Development – One year
  • Hockey Director Jr. Storm; Two Years
  • Skill Development Director NS Wings AAA Program, Two years
  • Player Development Director CN Hockey, Four years
  • Regional Scout, USHL – Tri-City Storm- Two years
  • Central Scouting  – NAHL – One year
  • Regional Scout, NAHL – Minnesota Wilderness – One year
  • Director of West Coast Scouting –  One year – Twin City Thunder NCDC
  • USA Hockey Player Development Camps – Pacific and New England Regions
  • Coach – CCM Showcase – Denver
  • Coach – Elite Edge Showcase – Nashville
  • Coach – Global Showcase – Las Vegas
  • Coach – Hockey Night in Boston Summer Showcase
  • Skating Instructor for Paul Vincent Power Skating – Two years

14A

Dustin Coldren

Playing background:

  • Mite – Junior B AAA & AA ( MYHA Syracuse Stars Hockey)
  • Five Seasons as a AAA goalie 10U – Junior B ( MYHA Syracuse Stars Hockey)

Coaching background:

  • USA Level 4 Coach
  • Two years Boys Hockey (Syracuse Stars 10u AAA)
  • Five years Boys Hockey (Syracuse Blazers 98s AA)
  • Six Years Boys Hockey (Syracuse Blazers 02s AA)
  • Twenty plus years youth coaching experience

Other experience:

  • Syracuse Youth Hockey Director of Players and Coaches Development, five years
  • Key Director in starting and developing Syracuse Youth Hockey Association
  • Implemented single birth year model for Syracuse Youth Hockey Association
  • Head Instructor Syracuse University summer hockey camps, three years
  • Private Goalie Coach Instructor, ten years

14A GIRLS

Lauren Kuhn

Playing background:

  • Two years Women’s Hockey (Colorado Springs)
  • One season High School Hockey (Dallas Ice Jets)
  • Three years Girls Hockey (Lone Star Wolves 16U)

Coaching background:

  • One year Skills Coach (Vegas Jr. Golden Knights)
  • Two seasons Youth Hockey (City National Arena)
  • Four years Youth Hockey (Jr. Americans 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U)
  • Four years Youth Hockey (Stonebriar Ice 10U, 12U)

Other experience:

  • Learn to Skate Instructor, eight years
  • Learn to Play Hockey Instructor, eight years
  • Youth Hockey Development Coach, one year

Dell Truax

Playing background:

  • NY JR Islanders, MJHL
  • Shawville Pontiacs, EOJHL

Coaching background:

  • Over 27 years coaching experience, 8U thru HS, Rec level thru AAA
  • LI Rebels Hockey Tier 2
  • LI Royals Hockey Tier 1
  • Durango Youth Hockey
  • Colorado Select Girls Hockey
  • Nevada Storm Youth Hockey
  • Vegas Jr. Golden Knights Hockey

Other experience:

  • Co Coaching Director Colorado Select Girls Hockey
  • Hockey Director Durango Youth Hockey
  • Organized and coached two teams at Quebec International PeeWee Tournoi
  • USAH CEP Instructor
  • USAH coach/ evaluator Pacific District Camp and Wyoming state Camp
  • USAH coach Western Regional Bantam Camp at Colorado College
  • Created Girls Development Program in Colorado
  • Completed NARCE USAH Hockey Director program track 1 and 2
  • Member of Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Development team

12AA

Clayton Stoner

Playing background:

  • 10 years NHL (Minnesota Wild, Anaheim Ducks, Vegas Golden Knights)
  • Five years AHL (Houston Aeros)
  • Three years (Tri-City Americans)

Coaching background:

  • “Learn To Play” coach
  • VJGK skills coach

 Scott Jacko

Playing background:

  • Two years, Arizona State University
  • Two years, Kimberley Dynamites

Coaching background:

  • Five years Assistant Coach at Arizona State University
  • One year VJGK Squirt A
  • Two years East High School Varsity Program
  • One year Women’s Hockey Program Alaska

Other experience:

  • Board of Directors at Desert Youth Hockey Association, three years
  • General Counsel Titan Sports Management, four years
  • VP Arizona State University Hockey Alumni, four years

12A

Cody Castro

Playing background:

  • Three seasons of Major Jr. WHL (Lethbridge, TriCity, Portland)
  • Two seasons of Jr. A Hockey (NAHL, BCHL, MHL)
  • Three years of Canadian College Hockey SAIT Polytechnic (ACAC)
  • One year of professional hockey SPHL (Columbus, Mississippi, Pensacola)

Coaching background:

  • One year 14A Head Coach Vegas Jr. Golden Knights

Other experience:

  • Two years hockey skills coach (NV)

Jeff Bruckner

Playing background:

  • One Season of club hockey (Lake County Community College)

Coaching background:

  • 2018- 2019 Season- Head Coach 12U A Team (Vegas Junior Golden Knights)
  • 2017- 2018 Season- Head Coach 18U High School Team (Vegas Junior Golden Knights)
  • 2016- 2017 Season- Head Coach 18U High School Team (Nevada Storm)
  • 2015- 2016 Season- Head Coach 10U & 12U A Teams (Nevada Storm)
  • 2014- 2015 Season- Head Coach 10U & 12U A Teams (LA Junior Kings)
  • 2013- 2014 Season- Head Coach 10U & 10U BB Teams (LA Junior Kings)
  • 2012- 2013 Season- Head Coach 10U B Team & Club Goalie Coach (LA Junior Kings)
  • 2011- 2012 Season- Head Coach 12U B Team, Club Goalie Coach, ADM Coordinator (LA Hockey Club)
  • 2010- 2011 Season- Assistant Coach 14U A Team, Club Goalie Coach, ADM Coordinator (LA Hockey Club)
  • 2009- 2010 Season- Head Coach 10U A Team, Goalie Coach (Anaheim Wildcats)
  • 2008- 2009 Season- Head Coach 10U B Team, Goalie Coach (Anaheim Wildcats)
  • 2007- 2008 Season- Director of Hockey, Asst Coach 18U AA Team (Las Vegas Ice Cats)
  • 2006- 2007 Season- Director of Hockey, Head Coach 8U Team (Las Vegas Ice Cats)
  • 2005-2006 Season- House League Director (Las Vegas Outlaws)

Other experience:

  • 2012-present- Nevada Coach In Chief, CEP Regional Manager for USA Hockey
  • 2014-2018- Nevada ADM Coordinator & Player Development Coordinator

12A GIRLS

Jeremy Beyor

Playing background:

  • One-year CIHL (Reno Express)
  • Two-years ACHA (West Los Angeles College)

Coaching background:

  • Co-Owner/Head goaltending coach – Black Diamond Hockey Academy
  • Owner/Head coach LA Knights Hockey Club (Mites through Midget)

Other experience:

  • Hockey Director – Marina Del Rey Inline Sports Center
  • Hockey Director – Toyota Sports Center (LA Kings practice facility)
  • Manager/Hockey Director – Marina Inline Skate Club
  • Hockey Director – Cal Skate Fresno
  • Manager/Hockey Director – Inland Empire Roller Hockey
  • 15+ years of coaching and officiating

Dell Truax

Playing background:

  • NY JR Islanders, MJHL
  • Shawville Pontiacs, EOJHL

Coaching background:

  • Over 27 years coaching experience, 8U thru HS, Rec level thru AAA
  • LI Rebels Hockey Tier 2
  • LI Royals Hockey Tier 1
  • Durango Youth Hockey
  • Colorado Select Girls Hockey
  • Nevada Storm Youth Hockey
  • Vegas Jr. Golden Knights Hockey

Other experience:

  • Co Coaching Director Colorado Select Girls Hockey
  • Hockey Director Durango Youth Hockey
  • Organized and coached two teams at Quebec International PeeWee Tournoi
  • USAH CEP Instructor
  • USAH coach/ evaluator Pacific District Camp and Wyoming state Camp
  • USAH coach Western Regional Bantam Camp at Colorado College
  • Created Girls Development Program in Colorado
  • Completed NARCE USAH Hockey Director program track 1 and 2
  • Member of Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Development team

10U ’09

 Brian Salcido

Playing background:

  • Four seasons between the NHL/AHL (Portland Pirates, Anaheim Ducks, Iowa Chops, and Manitoba Moose)
  • Eight years in Europe’s top professional leagues (Liiga, Finland; Extraliga, Czech Republic; DEL, Germany; KHL, Russia; Allsvenskan, Sweden)
  • Team USA 2011 (Deutschland Cup)
  • Three years NCAA D1 (Colorado College)
  • Three years Shattuck St. Mary’s High School, Faribault, MN

Coaching background:

  • 2017-18 Vegas Jr. Golden Knights Squirt B Coach
  • Co-owner High Stakes Hockey
  • Instructor Robby Glantz Power Skating

Other experience:

  • Drafted by the Anaheim Ducks (2005)
  • First born and developed player from Southern California to play for the Anaheim Ducks
  • “Black Ace” on Anaheim’s 2007 Stanley Cup team
  • Midget AAA National Champion, Shattuck St. Mary’s (2003)
  • Two AHL All-Star Selections (2008-09, 2009-10)
  • NCAA Frozen Four appearance (2006)

Matt Johnson

Playing background:

  • NCAA Division I and Division  III (Norwich, Providence)
  • Division I Prep School  (Tilton School)
  • U16 AAA  (Valley Junior Warriors)

Coaching background:

  • One year head coach –U14 AA VJGK
  • One year head coach – East Coast Spartans U18 AAA
  • One year head coach – U12 AAA NS Wings
  • Two years assistant coach – NCAA Tufts University
  • Two years assistant coach – Las Vegas Storm WSHL
  • Two years head coach  – Nevada Storm – U12 AA and U14 AA
  • Two years head coach – Islanders Hockey Club – USPHL Juniors
  • Four years assistant coach – St. Mary’s High School – MIAA Division 1

Other experience:

  • Owner – High Stakes Hockey – Player Development – One year
  • Hockey Director Jr. Storm; Two Years
  • Skill Development Director NS Wings AAA Program, Two years
  • Player Development Director CN Hockey, Four years
  • Regional Scout, USHL – Tri-City Storm- Two years
  • Central Scouting  – NAHL – One year
  • Regional Scout, NAHL – Minnesota Wilderness – One year
  • Director of West Coast Scouting –  One year – Twin City Thunder NCDC
  • USA Hockey Player Development Camps – Pacific and New England Regions
  • Coach – CCM Showcase – Denver
  • Coach – Elite Edge Showcase – Nashville
  • Coach – Global Showcase – Las Vegas
  • Coach – Hockey Night in Boston Summer Showcase
  • Skating Instructor for Paul Vincent Power Skating – Two years

Frank Salcido

Playing background:

  • Southern California All Star Team, Midget Division (1973)
  • AHAUS National Junior A Championship Tournament (1973)
  • St. Catharines Blackhawks Camp (O.H.A) (1975)
  • Los Angeles Jr. Kings Junior B
  • 13 years PSHL (Los Angeles Bruins)

Coaching background:

  • Eight years at the AAA level
  • Seven years at the AA level
  • One year as head coach with Loyola Marymount University in ACHA Division III

Other experience:

  • Evaluator, Pacific District Select Camps
  • Presenter, USA Hockey Coaching Clinics
  • CAHA Board of Directors

10U ’10

Ryan Mattison

Playing background:

  • Four years NCAA D3 (SUNY Potsdam)
  • Two seasons Junior Whalers (Newington, CT)
  • One year PG at Canterbury School (New Milford, CT)
  • Four years Unionville High School, Junior Flyers, CCSC (West Chester, PA)

Coaching background:

  • One year with Las Vegas Flames
  • One year Head Coach 12U B Las Vegas Jr. Knights
  • Five years skills coach in Las Vegas
  • Five years summer hockey camps

Other experience:

  • International Distribution Manager UFC, five years
  • Post Production Coordinator UFC, eight years
  • Safesport certified
  • USA Hockey certified
  • BA In Business 2006 SUNY Potsdam
  • New York State Coaching certification

Tom Lackas

Playing background:

  • Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League
  • Western New York Amateur Hockey League

Coaching background:

  • USA Level Four Coach
  • 10 years coaching 8U thru 14U AA

Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and AHL Chicago Wolves Return to Action on Saturday

Special to Vegas Hockey

Charlotte, N.C. – Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the AHL Chicago Wolves will open a Best of Seven series against the Charlotte Checkers here at the Bojangles Ice Arena on Saturday, June 1. These are the final two teams in AHL playoff action. The winner of this series gets the AHL Calder Cup. Game One of this playoff series has a 6 pm local start time.

Vincent DeKumbis Gets Major Hockey Award at NCAA Lawrence University

Sunday, May 27, 2019

Special to Vegas Hockey

Vincent Dekumbis, the dynamic star goal scorer for the WSHL Las Vegas Storm for two seasons – 2014-15, 2015-16 – at the Las Vegas Ice Center, received a major award at NCAA D3 Lawrence University today receiving the ‘Outstanding Freshman Athletic Award.’ The award noted that DeKumbis, from Fribourg, Switzerland, “has made significant contributions to the ice hockey program in his first year. He is ranked third on the team with 15 points. He ranked second on the team with eight assists.”

Dekumbis, the only WSHL Las Vegas Storm player to ever be selected for the WSHL All-Star team, had an awesome season with 31 goals, 15 assists for 46 points in 2015-16. The Storm team practiced and played home games at the Las Vegas Ice Center on Flamingo Avenue. Storm Coach Gabe Gauthier took DeKumbis to the WSHL All-Star festivities where DeKumbis won the Fastest Skater Award before playing in the All-Star Game.

NCAA D3 Lawrence University is located in Appleton, Wisconsin.

VINCENT DEKUMBIS – FRIBOURG, SWITZERLAND

WSHL LAS VEGAS STORM 

2014-15 – 17 GOALS, 13 ASSISTS – 30 POINTS

2015-16 – 31 GOALS, 15 ASSISTS – 46 POINTS

TOTAL – 48 GOALS, 28 ASSISTS – 76 POINTS

Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and AHL Chicago Wolves Eliminate San Diego Gulls – Will Face Charlotte Checkers in Calder Cup Finals

Memorial Day 2019

Final Score

San Diego Gulls 1, Chicago Wolves 3

Chicago Wolves win Best of Seven, 4-2

Next – Chicago Wolves vs Charlotte Checkers Best of Seven for AHL Calder Cup Championship

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AHL Calder Cup Playoff Game Sunday Night

Rosemont, Illnois – Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the AHL Chicago Wolves can close out the AHL San Diego Gulls in their big playoff game tonight here at the All State Arena. Gage has 20 goals, 27 assists this season. Gage and the Chicago Wolves lead the Best of Seven 3-2. The AHL Chicago Wolves are an affiliate of the NHL Vegas Golden Knights and the ECHL Fort Wayne Komets. First puck drop here will be 7 pm local time.

Let’s Help Ash Printzen of Las Vegas Skate for Team USA at World Roller Hockey Games in Barcelona, Spain

Sunday, May 27, 2019

Las Vegas – Ash Printzen of Las Vegas for the second straight time will skate for the Team USA Girls Roller Hockey Team at the World Games in Barcelona, Spain, this summer. Games are scheduled beginning June 25 to July 5. Ash is a premier skater and goal scorer in ice and roller hockey. Ash, 18, will play ice hockey this coming season with the elite AAA Meijer girls 19u team in Western Michigan. The head coach there is Kevin Miller.

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Let’s all of us help Ash get to Barcelona….

https://www.gofundme.com/1ne7jkj480?utm_medium=email&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_na+share-sheet&rcid=d4d697ae5ab7416ea81832def836f1fa

Sin City Barons Roller Hockey Team Announces Rosters for Jr Olympic Games in Hawaii July 11-14

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Special to Vegas Hockey

The Sin City Barons roller hockey program here in Las Vegas will be taking two roller hockey teams to the Jr Olympic Games in Hawaii on July 11-14 per an announcement today from Kevin and Alysia Conaway.

Sin City Barons 18u roller team

Darion Conaway

Antonio Buck

Alex Hone

Mati Lempianen

Terry Glynn

Nathan Durrans

John Chiarelli

Justin Lakin – goalie

Sin City Barons Junior team will include all of the above players plus…

Ryland Johnson

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The Las Vegas players on this team are Darion Conaway, Antonio Buck, Alex Hone and Ryland Johnson.

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Head Coach – Kevin Conaway