Monthly Archive for September, 2009

: September, 2009

Cutdown

So the Islanders have sent Greg Moore and Trevor Smith to the Sound Tigers while returning Calvin de Haan to Oshawa. That sets the defense up there, though it leaves 17 forwards, including the injured
Categories: Alumni watch, Moore, Smith

Typical

So the Islanders finish up the preseason with a loss and three majors for Joel Rechlicz, and Jeremy Reich broke his left wrist in a fight. Yes, it’s not even this year yet, and it’s that kind of year.

As seen perhaps through fog

Better photos will appear, but here’s a first attempted look at the new Sound Tigers sweaters on Pascal Morency and Mark Wotton: Let me stress this was not a staff photo. (I’m available for office

Staking claim

Just about status quo here this morning, but not so much on the Island, where Rob Schremp is on his way. So competition just got a little tighter for the last couple of forward spots up there — and
Categories: Flood, Mauldin, Transactions

Fun ‘n’ games

It’s that kind of fall (again): Greg Mauldin left practice about halfway through after tweaking something; “lower body” was the only report. Anton Klementiev departed early, too, though it wasn’t

Fun ‘n’ games

It’s that kind of fall (again): Greg Mauldin left practice about halfway through after tweaking something; “lower body” was the only report. Anton Klementiev departed early, too, though it wasn’t

Fun 'n' games

It’s that kind of fall (again): Greg Mauldin left practice about halfway through after tweaking something; “lower body” was the only report. Anton Klementiev departed early, too, though it wasn’t
Categories: General

Sunday Night Links

Our friend Phil Janack was let go by his paper. He’s blogging on his own for now. Hopefully someone hires him soon. The Oilers sent Kip Brennan and Rob Schremp to the Falcons. So now we see about that

Gannon, Sixsmith survive

Healey and Sellars were released; Nikiforov won’t stick around either, though I’m not positive where he’s headed. Jason Dale is going to Utah. Otherwise, the Odessa guys were sent back to Odessa, the
Categories: Gannon, Sixsmith

Deep cuts

Well, the kids made their cases. Of the 18 skaters, 14 played for the second night in a row, and they put together a 3-2 win Saturday night. It appears that most of them won’t be around for long —