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Articles tagged with 'Admirals'


The Admirals new logo skates between fan bases

Published July 15, 2015

It's a combination between the regalness of the old, 1997 skin-clad Admiral and the more recent 2006 bare-boned version. This new logo seems to be designed to split the difference between the desires of the fans of the either, but as a result it loses some of the dynamism of both.


Admirals left in the shadows of new arena discussion

Published April 13, 2015

As the spotlight widens on the ownership of the Milwaukee Bucks and politicians around the state regarding the construction of a new Downtown arena, the Milwaukee Admirals have been left in the shadows. As of now, there are no plans to have the Admirals as a part of the new multi-purpose arena.


Home is where the heart is for Admirals' Piskula

Published March 6, 2015

In his third season in Milwaukee, Antigo native and University of Wisconsin alumnus Joe Piskula has found that if you can't be playing in the National Hockey League, being close to home is the next best thing.


Admirals' Arvidsson finds a home on and off the ice

Published Feb. 9, 2015

This year wasn't just about playing hockey for Milwaukee Admirals rookie Viktor Arvidsson. No, the 22-year-old right winger was adjusting to a new country while trying to take the next step in his professional career. It's all come together though, as he made the AHL All-Star Game and is helping the Ads stack wins.


Admirals looking to build on historic run

Published Jan. 30, 2015

The Milwaukee Admirals return from the American Hockey League All-Star break looking to pick up where they left off, which was a Jan. 23 victory that secured a franchise-record nine game winning streak.


Admirals to give away Green Bay playoff tickets

Published Dec. 30, 2014

The Milwaukee Admirals will be giving away two playoff tickets to the upcoming Packers game in Green Bay when the Admirals host the Hamilton Bulldogs on Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.


2014 picks: Jim Owczarski

Published Dec. 17, 2014

Wow. Another year is coming to a close, and 2014 was a fun one. Sports editor Jim Owczarski takes you through his favorites from the past year, including Andre 3000 making Brewers reliever Will Smith very uncomfortable, Jabari Parker's whirlwind first day in Milwaukee and the author's top stories of the year.


Admirals quickly come together in hot start

Published Nov. 3, 2014

The coaching staff and players of the Milwaukee Admirals knew they had talent -- on paper -- but they came together quickly and rattled off six wins in a row to start the season. Their immediate chemistry has played a big role in the team's hot start.


Admirals release 2014-15 schedule

Published Aug. 27, 2014

The Milwaukee Admirals released their 2014-15 schedule, and they will start at home on Oct. 10 for the first time in four seasons. The Ads will play a 76-game, unbalanced schedule that will conclude over six months later when they play on the road in Chicago on Saturday, April 18.


Turning 10: Turer reflects on Admirals ownership

Published June 3, 2014

The Milwaukee Admirals are having organizational meetings this week to begin prepping for the 2014-15 season, just weeks after the team wrapped up another playoff season. It's a special season in Admirals history however, as Harris Turer will celebrate his 10th as its owner. caught up with Turer to talk hockey, extending his club's partnership with the Nashville Predators, and how the Downtown arena issue could seriously affect his franchise.


Admirals feel depth, talent can lead to playoff run

Published April 25, 2014

The Milwaukee Admirals enter the American Hockey League playoffs having won 15 of their last 20 games. They feel they're playing their best hockey, and the combination of talent and depth will propel them on a postseason run.


Admirals closing in on playoffs

Published April 11, 2014

The Milwaukee Admirals haven't clinched one of the eight playoff spots in the American Hockey League's Western Conference just yet, so the team's season-ending five game stretch is important not only in seeding, but setting the team up for a championship run.


25 years later, Corbin Bernsen reflects on "Major League"

Published April 8, 2014

It's hard to believe that the classic baseball comedy, "Major League," is 25 years old. Filmed largely in Milwaukee, everyone here of a "certain age" seems to have a story to tell about the making of the movie.