A tribute to a harp seal, by Morgan Murray.
A disappointing season ends for the IceCaps, and a whirlwind career as a semi-pro hockey tweetist ends for this Tweeter.
The IceCaps arch-nemeses were in town, the Toronto Marlies, and things went all right if it weren’t for the losing.
The IceCaps clawed back from 3-1 down to beat Hamilton in the dying seconds 4-3 in a thriller.
The only thing worse than losing is losing to a team named after breakfast cereal.
A blown lead late, a shoot out lost, the playoffs becoming but a wish.
Bottom of the barrel IceCaps take it to the first place Binghamton Senators with all kinds of try.
The IceCaps tap into some of the winning spirit that worked so well last year. Now to get out of last place.
The cellar dwelling IceCaps fall to the much reviled Toronto used-to-be-St. John’s-Maple-Leafs-Marlies 6-2.
IceCaps downed by Monarchs.
IceCaps last home game before the world ends is a real stinker.
IceCaps get beat, again, by the Springfield Falcons.
Springfield Isotopes best the Shelbyville IceCaps 5-3.
IceCaps beat Providence by two field goals on Grey Cup Sunday: 6-0.
Last year’s IceCaps would have wiped the floor with the Atlantic Division basement dwelling Providence Bruins but this is this year not last year and this version of the IceCaps can’t quite do the job.