Monthly Archive for October, 2005
Tip of the hat to frequent commenter John, who noticed that Jeff Hamilton and AK Bars Kazan have parted ways. I haven’t heard word yet on where he’ll land. As noted in the news item on Kazan’s site, Hamilton went eight games without a point but racked up 16 penalty minutes. (He also, according to Read More
Kevin Colley is in the Islanders’ lineup tonight to take Petteri Nokelainen’s spot. It’s Kevin’s NHL debut, and I wouldn’t want to be the first Rangers defenseman he can line up. This makes two NHL games for the Colley family; his dad, Nighthawks legend Tom, played one game for Minnesota. (Nokelainen, incidentally, twisted up an Read More
Game 3 ends after 2 a.m., and you go, Geoff Blum. But practice starts at 9 a.m., and this is not conducive to an alert Fornabaio. (Frankly, the 9 a.m. start would never be conducive to an alert Fornabaio, no matter what time the game ended.) But I’m getting into the two-a-day spirit. Look, I’m Read More
Line of the night that didn’t make the story: Caldwell. “As a team, collectively, we’ve got to start a playoff run right now.” Away from the puck, referee Ryan Fraser was by far the most lenient referee the Sound Tigers have seen in six games. Those shoves to the back and stick-tie-ups off the puck Read More
…and sadly I had nowhere to put it… From Darien’s own Ryan Shannon of the Pirates, talking about the pro game: “It’s more intense. There’s always a chance you might get your head knocked off.” And while we’re on the gamer: Rest in peace, Rich…
As the Sound Tigers prepare for their fifth-season home opener, here’s the lightning primer on the franchise’s history and first four seasons… 2000: Bridgeport? Of the American Hockey League? Roy Boe. Todd Boe. Peter Ricciardi. Brian Kelley. Brian Keegan — who’s still here. Harbor Yard arena goes up; the Islanders come up. 2001: Beach Tigers? Read More
*-Dave Guard, 10/19/34-3/22/91 So the monthly mailbag idea didn’t draw any e-mails. (Well, it drew one, asking to be added to my mailing list. The problem is, the monthly mailbag idea is kind of the reverse of that. Nice to be remembered, though.) So for the heck of it, a one-off: commenting on the comments.