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IceCats Archives: ‘Cats Chased By Rats

WORCESTER, MA – The Worcester IceCats dropped a 6-2 decision to the Albany River Rats Sunday afternoon at the DCU Center. Ryan Murphy picked up a hat trick for the Rats on the strength of two empty-net goals in the

IceCats Archives: Buckley Breaks Through

WILKES-BARRE, PA — The IceCats, battling for the final playoff spot in the Atlantic Division, picked up two points and some offense from an unlikely source on Saturday night with a 4-3 overtime win in Northeast Pennsylvania. Former longtime Penguin

IceCats Archives: Sens Steal Cats Point

BINGHAMTON, NY-Friday night in Binghamton, New York, the IceCats earned a point, but lost in a shootout, 3-2. The bump halted an outright six game losing streak for the IceCats, but the good guys are without a win in seven

IceCats Archives: Scratch and Win

IceCats to Wear Inaugural Season Jerseys; Money Raised to Benefit Habitat for Humanity

IceCats Archives: IceCats Slip to Fifth

LOWELL, MA — The Worcester IceCats fell 4-3 to the Lowell Lock Monsters Saturday night despite a late comeback attempt. The loss, combined with a Providence win, slipped the ‘Cats to fifth place in the Atlantic Division. Down 4-1 late

IceCats Unlucky In Loss At Providence

PROVIDENCE, RI — The Worcester IceCats fell 4-1 Friday night to the Providence Bruins at the Dunkin Donuts Center. Providence capitalized on on a string of unlucky Worcester bounces to seal the win and move into a fourth place tie

McClement Named AHL Player of the Week

Five Point Game Propels IceCats

Aaron MacKenzie Named IceCats 2003-04 American Specialty / AHL Man of the Year

WORCESTER, MA- The Worcester IceCats are proud to announce that Aaron MacKenzie has been named the IceCats winner of the American Specialty/AHL Man of the Year award for his outstanding contributions to the greater Worcester community and charitable organizations during

IceCats Archives: IceCats to Put Up Safety Nets

WORCESTER, MA — From its annual meetings in Hilton Head, South Carolina, the American Hockey League (AHL) announced today that the 29 member teams will comply with the National Hockey League’s (NHL) newly mandated rule of end zone safety netting

IceCats Archives: Campbell Assigned to IceCats

Worcester Born Forward Heading Home

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