Justin Almeida's four-point night powered his Moose Jaw Warriors to a 5-2 victory Tuesday night.
Veteran defenseman Dan Fick is expected to become the new all-time games played leader for the Nailers/Thunderbirds franchise this week.
Technically, defenseman Jeff Taylor has already earned his first NHL call up.
Penguins goaltending prospect Alex D'Orio finally has a chance to win this season.
"I'm just trying to get back to playing the way I know I can play in this league," Ryan Haggerty said.
Cedric Lacroix has never been much of a point producer, but he's been growing his role for the Nailers this season.
Ethan Prow will represent the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on the Atlantic Division team at the 2019 AHL All-Star Classic.
Penguins forward prospect Justin Almeida is heating up at the midway point of the Western Hockey League season.
Rarely do Japanese-born hockey players make the jump to North American professional hockey.
"It's kind of a grind mentally," said Teddy Blueger. "It seems a lot of times I'm right there, and it just doesn't happen for whatever reason."
"It's great," Anze Kopitar told me of Penguins prospect Jan Drozg's play. "It's a great thing for him and for our hockey to grow a bit."
Defenseman Clayton Phillips may be a sophomore this year for the University of Minnesota, but this is his first full season of college hockey.
Michael Phillips' year in France prepared him for his rookie ECHL season with the Nailers.
Adam Johnson's strengths and shortcomings are no secret.
Filip Hallander is finding success in the Swedish Hockey League as an 18-year-old rookie.
Alex Rauter is looking to follow in the footsteps of other former Cornell Big Red captains with the Wheeling Nailers.
After a slow start to the season, Thomas Di Pauli has been on a tear for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Zachary Lauzon sustained a concussion in April 2017 -- one that he is still feeling the effects of today.
"Everyone in their career at one point in time is going to go through something like that. You come out of it stronger, and make the most of it."
Linus Olund, the Penguins' fifth-round pick in 2017, is settling into his first professional season in North America with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Penguins 2016 second-round pick Kasper Bjorkqvist is frequently compared to Patric Hornqvist, for good reason.
Troy Josephs is too good for this league. That's becoming increasingly clear with each game.
Sam Lafferty says he didn't have any expectations entering this season, his first full professional season. 17 games in, Lafferty is surely defying the expectations of others.
Penguins prospect Nikita Pavlychev has exploded in his junior year at Penn State.
Nick Saracino is 'just staying positive' in his role as Nailers co-captain.
In the span of a year, Ethan Prow has gone from healthy scratch for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to a viable option for a recall to Pittsburgh if a defenseman is needed.