San Diego Gulls Season Preview

By Thoma Harrington After a disappointing end to last season, the San Diego Gulls will enter their fourth season as Anaheim’s affiliate looking to get back into the playoffs. Despite the poor end to last season, the relationship between Anaheim and San Diego continues to be a fruitful one, as over a dozen players played…

Gulls Sign Forney and Moldenhauer

By Michael Walters Today the San Diego Gulls announced they have signed defensemen Chris Forney and Scott Moldenhauer to one-year contracts for the 2018-19 AHL season. Forney played in 135 games in four seasons at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He recorded 49 total points(14 G + 35 A) and had a +34 rating during that time. He helped…

Gulls Season In Review

By Thomas Harrington After making the playoffs for two straight years, the San Diego Gulls failed to make the playoffs this past season. They came about as close as they could have; just one more point would have secured San Diego their third straight trip to the Calder Cup Playoffs. Unfortunately, the team stumbled down…

Season Wrap-Up: Gulls Bi-Weekly Report

By Thomas Harrington The final two weeks of the regular season ended in disaster for the Gulls. In their final six games, the team went 1-5, their lone win coming on fan appreciation night. As a result, the Gulls missed the playoffs for the first time since Anaheim moved their AHL affiliate to southern California.…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 13

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls went 3-2 over the last two weeks, inching closer to a playoff berth. With just six games left on the schedule, there’s little room for error in the tight Pacific Division. The Gulls are third in the Pacific, and only need a handful of points over the final…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 12

By Thomas Harrington The Gulls played six games over the last two weeks, going 2-2-2. San Diego finds itself in a tight battle for the playoffs in the Pacific Division, where every single team has a record better than .525. Every other division in the league has at least one team well below the .500…

San Diego Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 11

By Thomas Harrington The Gulls played only four games over the last two weeks, going 2-1-0-1. If not for their struggles in Stockton, the Gulls could have won all four games. The Gulls started things out by traveling to Stockton to take on the Heat, the place they have struggled the most on the road…

San Diego Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 10

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls had a great two weeks, going 4-1 in five games. Even though the Gulls lost their most recent game, they did have an eight-game winning streak, matching their franchise record. That winning streak has put the Gulls in a solid playoff position, with a shot at the top…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 9

By Thomas Harrington The San Diego Gulls only played four games over the past two weeks and won all four of them. The light schedule was due to the AHL All-Star Game. Andy Welinski represented the Gulls at the game and did great. With those four wins, the Gulls have put themselves back in a…

Gulls Bi-Weekly Report 8

By Thomas Harrington After turning their season around, the Gulls stumbled a bit over the last two weeks, but are still in much better position than they were towards the beginning of December. Overall, San Diego went 2-4 over the last six games. The Gulls started things off by hosting the Chicago Wolves. The first…