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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Aeros Schedule Grid

The AHL gave the team's PR reps a nugget to release for themselves today.
Scott Henninger with the Aeros says the team's schedule grid is as follows.

Per Aeros.com:

The 2009-10 regular season will begin on Oct. 2. The Aeros complete schedule will be announced later this summer. Houston is slated to host 28 games within the West Division, 11 against the North Division and one versus the East Division. The Aeros opponents and number of home games are as follows (Houston plays each team an equal number of times on the road):

West Division
Texas Stars – six games
San Antonio Rampage – six games
Chicago Wolves – four games
Milwaukee Admirals – four games
Peoria Rivermen – four games
Rockford IceHogs – four games

North Division
Grand Rapids Griffins – three games
Abbotsford Heat – two games
Lake Erie Monsters – two games
Manitoba Moose – two games
Hamilton Bulldogs – one game
Toronto Marlies – one game

East Division
Syracuse Crunch – one game

5 comments:

Josh said...

We don't play Rochester this year dang I say Dang.

Ms. Conduct said...

Only two trips to BFE, er, Abbotsford. Good deal. Though as you point out, they'll surely be Day 2 of a 3 in 3 or 4 in 5.

artsnhockey said...

Toronto/Hamilton would make a nice road trip....especially if taking in an opera in Torono :).. must check that out! Thanks, Andrew for that info....Abbotsford would be way out of the way.. even if one visited Vancouver (nice opera company there.. LOL)

b2bomber said...

I read in the Tulsa paper (while visiting with my mother) that Oklahoma City was picking up Edmonton's dormant franchise. Their CHL team folderd for this next season to make room for it. That will make another team in our conference most likley for 2010-11

artsnhockey said...

Well, my dears, can't get enough hockey with AHL and Aeros! No need to travel outside of Texas, just go to all those CHL teams: Gorillas, Brahmas, Americans, Killer Bees, IceRays, Jackalopes, etc. ;) ;)