Rampage Rants

With the Rampage Departing, What Comes Next?

The San Antonio Rampage, AHL affiliate of the St. Louis Blues, celebrate a win on home ice. (Photo courtesy: AHL) SAN ANTONIO, TX – After it seemed the Blues were finally getting comfortable in their new AHL house, they’ll have to start all over again. News broke out on Thursday before the Jets/Blues contest that […]

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Rampage Woes Continue Into New Year

Happy New Year everyone! The holidays are over and we’ve turned a new leaf. The Rampage also looks to turn over their own leaf, but so far the results have been lackluster. Game Recaps Having broken a 7-game losing streak heading into the Christmas break, the Rampage split a home and home with the Texas […]

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Rampage Update – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Sweaters

Hello Blues Rants readers! I would first like to address my extended silence. I work at a very small wholesaler here in Texas. This means the holiday season is extremely grueling. Working six days a week and raising a two-year-old left me little time to write quality articles. I did not want to just push […]

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Ram…er Chimue…er Iguan..er Dragons…er Rampage Wrap-Up

Howdy! I took a week hiatus to make the trip to San Antonio for the first Los Chimuelos de San Antonio game this year! The game was a ton of fun, and the following weekend, the Rampage took the ice celebrating 25 years of pro hockey in San Antonio. With 489 points, say hello to […]

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Weekend Split With Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

The Rampage headed east for a back-to-back with the Penguins. Riding the hot play of both special teams and Ville Husso, they looked to get back to their winning ways. Friday, October 25, 2019 Friday night featured a goaltending matchup between Husso and Emil Larmi for the Pens. Stefan Noesen opened the scoring early in […]

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Rampage Get Run Over on the Road

After splitting two games with Chicago last weekend, the Rampage packed their (mostly Blues branded) bags and headed out to Tuscon for a showdown in the desert. Friday, October 18, 2019 The Rampage and Roadrunners met just 12 days ago in San Antonio. A game that the Rampage took hold of and won 5-2. With […]

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Rampage Wrap Up Home Stand

First Time for Everything On October 10th, following a captain-less opening weekend, the Rampage announced the leadership group for the young season. You can revisit our predictions here. As it turned out, Jordan Nolan got the nod for the first time in his career. When asked about his expanded role, Nolan responded, “… I think […]

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Rampage Open Strong

A strong opening weekend in the Alamo City has the Rampage off to a promising start. Opening Night The San Antonio Rampage began their season on Friday, facing the Manitoba Moose. And without the all fanfare the big club enjoyed in St. Louis two nights prior, the Rampage put together a solid performance top to […]

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thats a wrap almost

Oh Captain, My Captain

(Darren Abate/AHL Photo) Training camp opened on September 23 in San Antonio. The departure of veteran defenseman, Chris Butler leaves the captaincy open. So we’ll take a look at the options facing the Rampage as they prepare for their first preseason action this weekend. The Young Guns Austin Poganski and Klim Kostin are both pushing […]

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That’s a Wrap (almost)!

Jordan Kyrou and Trevor Smith celebrate during a game earlier this season when the Rampage set a record with consecutive home-ice wins. (Darren Abate/AHL photo) Sunday, March 31, 2019- The 2018-2019 San Antonio Rampage season is mercifully coming to an end in just two short weeks with just 6 games remaining on the schedule. I […]

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