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CHECKERS BRING KNIFE TO GUN FIGHT LOSE GAME ONE 7-4

Charlotte Checkers  VERSUS   Binghampton

SENATORS ERUPT FOR 7, DOWN CHECKERS IN GAME 1
Game 2 tomorrow in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Paced by seven different goal scorers, the Binghamton Senators beat the Charlotte Checkers, 7-4, in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

With the win, Binghamton takes a 1-0 lead in a best-of-seven series which will continue with Game 2 in Charlotte tomorrow night.

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CHECKERS WIN BIG IN SEASON FINALE

Charlotte Checkers VERSUS   Worcester

CHECKERS ROUT SHARKS TO END REGULAR SEASON
More than 11,000 on hand for 6-2 win; Playoffs begin Thursday in Hershey

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Charlotte Checkers had six goals from six different scorers and downed the Worcester Sharks, 6-2, in front of 11,121 fans on Saturday evening.

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CHARLOTTE’S PERSPECTIVE

Charlotte Checkers VERSUS Connecticut Whale

WHALE STUN CHECKERS W/COMEBACK SHOOTOUT WIN Checkers earn point; magic number now 8 points

HARTFORD, Conn. – After erasing a 2-0 deficit in the final 2:21 of the third period, the Connecticut Whale got shootout goals from John Mitchell and Evgeny Grachev to earn a 3-2 win over the Charlotte Checkers on Friday night.

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BRUTAL

Connecticut-Whale_thumb4_thumb VERSUS Charlotte Checkers

Top to bottom the Whale’s visit to Charlotte for the first time against the team that for 17 years was their ECHL affiliate ended as badly as it started as the visit resulted in a, hard-to-watch, 5-1 loss in front of 4,511 at the Time-Warner Cable Arena Thursday night.

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10 GOALS

Charlotte Checkers VERSUS     Syracuse

CHECKERS EXPLODE FOR 10 GOALS IN WIN OVER SYRACUSE
Charlotte gets goals from nine different forwards in 10-3 win

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Charlotte Checkers exploded for eight unanswered, second-period goals and routed the visiting Syracuse Crunch, 10-3, on Monday evening. Continue reading

CHECKERS ROSTER

Charlotte Checkers CHECKERS ANNOUNCE ROSTER TO OPEN 2010-11 SEASON
Team’s inaugural AHL season begins Saturday in Hartford

Charlotte Checkers general manager and head coach Jeff Daniels announced today the team’s 22-man roster to open its inaugural American Hockey League season. Additionally, Bryan Rodney has been named team captain while Zack Fitzgerald and Nick Dodge have been named alternates.

The roster consists of 18 players under NHL contracts with the Carolina Hurricanes and four who are signed by the Checkers.

Forwards (13)
Nicolas Blanchard, Zach Boychuk, Stefan Chaput, Nick Dodge, Brad Herauf, Matt Kennedy, Jon Matsumoto, Jacob Micflikier, Riley Nash, Oskar Osala, Jerome Samson, Jared Staal, Chris Terry

Defensemen (7)
Brett Bellemore, Casey Borer, Zack Fitzgerald, Ethan Graham, Michal Jordan, Kyle Lawson, Bryan Rodney

Goaltenders (2)
Bobby Goepfert, Mike Murphy

Click here for a printable roster, complete with vitals and statistics.

The Checkers will travel to Hartford for their first ever AHL game Saturday against the Wolf Pack. They will then play Springfield Sunday and Portland Monday before returning home to host the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins next Friday, Oct. 15 at Time Warner Cable Arena.

In addition to announcing the roster, the Checkers have also assigned forward Cedric McNicoll to the ECHL’s Florida Everblades.

Fans can catch all the action of this weekend’s games by heading to www.gocheckers.com and clicking the “Listen Live” button. The Checkers’ home opener is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 15 at Time Warner Cable Arena. Season tickets for the inaugural 2010-11 AHL season are now on sale and season ticket packages start as low as $10 per game. Ticket information can be obtained by calling 704-342-4-ICE or visiting www.gocheckers.com.

CHECKERS ADD SOME RATTY PUNCH

Charlotte Checkers CHECKERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH HERAUF
Winger led Albany forwards in PIM, fighting majors in 2009-10

Charlotte Checkers head coach and general manager Jeff Daniels and senior vice president of hockey business operations Derek Wilkinson announced today that the team has agreed to terms with left-winger Brad Herauf (HAIR-awf) on a one-way American Hockey League contract.

Herauf, 28, spent the 2009-10 season with Albany (AHL) where he notched five goals and six assists (11 points) and amassed 194 penalty minutes in 54 games. In 91 career AHL games, the 5-foot-11, 195-pound native of Regina, Saskatchewan has seven goals, eight assists (15 points) and 310 penalty minutes.

Herauf played three full seasons in the ECHL from 2005-08, compiling 40 goals, 55 assists (95 points) and 820 penalty minutes in 202 games. In 2005-06, he led the ECHL in penalty minutes (344), while chipping in offensively with 13 goals and 17 assists (30 points).

Herauf becomes the seventh player signed by the Checkers this off-season. 

Brad Herauf career statistics

The Checkers’ home opener is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 15 at Time Warner Cable Arena. Season tickets for the inaugural 2010-11 AHL season are now on sale and season ticket packages start as low as $10 per game. Ticket information can be obtained by calling 704-342-4-ICE or visiting www.gocheckers.com.