Monthly Archive for November, 2010

: November, 2010

Colliton signed

Got back from football tonight to find a release that Jeremy Colliton signed a two-way NHL deal. So that’ll be one fewer PTO on the list. Edit: And RIP, Hall of Famer Jim Kelley.
Categories: Colliton, RIP

Chat on Tuesday/notes from Monday

We’ll chat Tuesday at 1:30 like usual. Sound Tigers Hockey Live Chat with Michael Fornabaio After those couple of days off, the Islanders called Dylan Reese, Jon Sim and Travis Hamonic back up for

Try ’em out

Suddenly only one point out of playoff position again, the Sound Tigers put together some crazy kind of win today. Counting Jeremy Colliton — which you know we shouldn’t — there were nine PTOs in

Try ’em out

Suddenly only one point out of playoff position again, the Sound Tigers put together some crazy kind of win today. Counting Jeremy Colliton — which you know we shouldn’t — there were nine PTOs in

Try 'em out

Suddenly only one point out of playoff position again, the Sound Tigers put together some crazy kind of win today. Counting Jeremy Colliton — which you know we shouldn’t — there were nine PTOs in
Categories: General

Eight men out

The Reading pipeline brought Eric Castonguay up this morning to replace Josh Bailey, whom the Islanders announced has a pectoral strain. Castonguay is 2-7-9 in 53 AHL games, all with Lowell. He had a
Categories: Bailey, Castonguay, Pregame

No more, no more Greenland for you*

Nathan Lawson insists that he never felt bad. He was giving up those goals, sure. “I felt I was still playing well, like usual,” Lawson said. “I wasn’t getting bounces. It was hitting the post and

There she blows

With the Whale in their green sweaters, Bridgeport’s in white. The numbers and names are a little tough to read. (Of course, from here, I had trouble with the Wolf Pack names ‘n’ numbers, too.) There
Categories: Hartford, Pregame

What happened here, Vol. 371

We’ve seen some crazy stuff around here. We’ve seen Louis DeBrusk send a playoff series to Game 7. We’ve watched Drew Fata take a penalty in the last two minutes, and Bridgeport score short-handed to

Packing it in

The last game in these blue sweaters, under this name for the 2000 Calder Cup champions. For whatever it’s worth, a new era begins tomorrow. Tonight, Bridgeport sends them out. Still a shame they
Categories: Hartford, Pregame