The Sabres drafted Sam Reinhart No. 2 overall while the Penguins traded James Neal to Nashville for forwards Patric Hornqvist and Nick Spaling.
The Rambler senior-to-be picks Wildcats.
The SeaWolves dropped the series finale to the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Sunday afternoon at Jerry Uht Park 7-3.
The SeaWolves mounted a late comeback on Saturday night but fell short to the Richmond Flying Squirrels 7-6 at Jerry Uht Park.
Erie had a pair of former Wolves at Jerry Uht Park to celebrate the club's 20th season.
Erie didn't get two full innings in before the game was moved to Wednesday.
The SeaWolves used late-game dramatics on Monday night to take the series opener from the Portland Sea Dogs 8-7 at Jerry Uht Park.
The SeaWolves found a way to win their first game of the season at NYSEG Stadium as Erie defeated Binghamton 5-3 behind some early hitting a clutch pitching.
On the field, the Express hosted Midwest while another night of races commenced at Lake Erie Speedway.
The SeaWolves were rained out for the ninth time this season.
The team introduced McKee on Friday afternoon.
Erie got in an early hole and never led on Thursday night.
Richard will accept the same position at the University of Montevallo in Alabama.
Aaron Cressley was selected in the 26th round of this weekend's MLB drafted by the San Diego Padres.
Devon Travis extended his hit-streak to 13 games in the process.
Now a junior at Pitt-Bradford, former Beaver Aaron Cressley was selected 777th overall in the 2014 MLB Draft.
The SeaWolves, behind a masterful performance from lefty Kyle Ryan, snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-0 win over the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Saturday night at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.
The Ramblers and Knights are two of the few teams remaining in the state.
The SeaWolves won their fifth straight as they won a slugfest 11-9 over the Portland Sea Dogs Tuesday night at Hadlock Field.
The SeaWolves swept away the Reading Fightin Phils with a 10-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at Jerry Uht Park.4
The SeaWolves won their third straight game as they took down the Reading Fightin Phils 3-2 on Saturday night at Jerry Uht Park.
The Cochranton boys volleyball team saw its season end in the state quarterfinals.
From Erie to Slippery Rock, 14 area teams were all chasing the same piece of hardware of Monday.
The SeaWolves walked off with a 4-3 win on Memorial Day at Jerry Uht Park as they took the series from the Altoona Curve and won their third straight game.
The SeaWolves battled from down three runs late to win their second straight over the Altoona Curve, 6-5, on Sunday afternoon at Jerry Uht Park.
The SeaWolves snapped a seven-game losing streak in game two of Saturday night’s double header with a 7-6 win in extra innings.
On the professional level, the SeaWolves fell for a sixth straight game.
The SeaWolves dropped their second straight game as they fell in the series opener on Monday night against the Bowie Baysox, 14-3, at Prince George’s Stadium.
Erie won both playoff games on the road this year.
The SeaWolves dropped the series finale to the Akron RubberDucks on Sunday afternoon 2-1 at Jerry Uht Park.
Prep outfielder Charlie Fessler also has football heavy on the brain, as he continues to pile up the Division I scholarship offers.
On four legs or four wheels, racing season has arrived in Erie.
The SeaWolves dropped both games of Sunday’s doubleheader to the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 5-3 and 6-3 at The Diamond.
In lacrosse, the Mercyhurst men's season came to an end.
JET 24 caught up with the Indians top prospect. On the high school diamond, Harbor Creek topped General McLane.
As spring sports near an end, area champions are being crowned.
The SeaWolves bats went silent on Monday night at Jerry Uht Park as they dropped the series opener to the Akron RubberDucks 10-1.
The SeaWolves could not combat the Baysox big sixth inning on Sunday afternoon as they dropped the series finale in Bowie 8-5.
On the diamond, the SeaWolves got a 2-1 win.
NCAA lacrosse also started its 2014 postseason.
The Trojans also earned a lacrosse win over Prep and hired a new girl's basketball coach.
The Otters returned to Erie over the weekend to pack their bags and talk about the season.
Area college teams also wrapped up their regular seasons.
Erie hammered the Panthers, 66-13 and will face Saginaw in the opening round of the CIFL Playoffs.
Area college and high school teams finally got a decent day of weather to catch up on their schedules.
In Pittsburgh, a pair of former Cathedral Prep players are shining on the Panthers baseball team.
The SeaWolves struggled to get the bats going on Tuesday night in Bowie as they fell to the Baysox 11-1 at Prince George’s Stadium.
The Erie Otters keep their championship hopes alive as they take game four of the Western Conference Final 5-2 over the Guelph Storm to force a fifth game at the Sleeman Centre Friday night in Guelph.
Being back on home ice didn't help the Otters on Monday night.
Erie could not get the bats going on Monday night at Prince George’s Stadium as they dropped the series opener to the Bowie Baysox 9-4.