To wrap up my year in review of the teams I cover, here's a look back at the 25 most significant moments with the Houston Aeros for the year 2011. 1. The Aeros added veterans Jed Ortmeyer and Patrick O'Sullivan to the team just as the New Year hit. From that point on, a team which had been strugg ... More >>
The Hall's Women in Baseball Exhibit ignores a very important woman.While on the Houston Aeros beat a couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to travel to Binghamton, New York, for the Calder Cup Finals. There's not much to Binghamton, but about an hour and a half away, nestled amongst a beauti ... More >>
John RoyalPatrick O'Sullivan feels the weight of the worldIn the end, it wasn't about the officiating. Or about whether Binghamton had tested the hockey gods by releasing the victory parade route plans hours before game six had even started. In the end, it probably wasn't even about the Aer ... More >>
John RoyalJean-Michel Daoust about to tie Saturday's game at 1-1The Houston Aeros play in hockey's top minor league. The players take the game as seriously as those who play in the NHL. And the stakes can be just as important, what with promotions and careers riding on each shift a guy take ... More >>
John RoyalJed Ortmeyer, the veteran leaderThe Aeros' record on Christmas Day was 17-15-1-2. They were in seventh place in the division. They were in the midst of a long stretch of road games. They had been defeated 5-0 by the Hamilton Bulldogs in their most recent game, they had lost five ... More >>
tr> aeros.comThe new boss is ready to get startedThe Houston Aeros are opening up season number 17 on Saturday when they visit the expansion Oklahoma City Barons.The Aeros are coming off of a disappointing season where they missed the playoffs the year after making the Western Conference Finals, ... More >>
Will it be the Aeros' brawler or brainiac who gets to the NHL?
Former enemies unite against the continuing fallout from deadly defoliants of the Vietnam War
Filling the Gulf, Anime Alert, Harsh on Harsh
A fatal diagnosis leads Bill T. Jones to ask: What's the best way to live?