Monthly Archive for April, 2011

: April, 2011

Wings back in it

Must be an interesting night when you score four in the first and your goalie is first star. The Wings tied the series with a 4-1 win, chasing Wheeling starter Peter Delmas. Justin Taylor had a goal

Broken Wings: Friday roundup

Kalamazoo led 2-0 early tonight but gave it back: Brandon DeFazio scored the tying and winning goals as Wheeling won Game 1 of the ECHL Eastern Conference Final 3-2 in overtime. Game 2 is Saturday

Hisey to Austria

EHC Linz announces it signed Rob Hisey, reuniting him with former Springfield coach Rob Daum.
Categories: Hisey

In charge (with late Thursday roundup)

Nothing earth-shattering out of this morning’s press conference at the arena, trumpeting the Sound Tigers’ takeover — the “official” announcement, more than one person said, though the team has been

Alumni watch on TV

Another big goal for Sean Bergenheim as the Lightning move on. Zack Smith’s third-period goal, his first in a long time, gave Binghamton a win in Game 1 at Portland. Right back at it Thursday.

News of the Worlds*

The Boston Herald tracked down Greg Cronin in Europe, and Cronin denied the report from Saturday night that he was going anywhere. Also, the Islanders just announced that Jesse Joensuu will play in
Categories: General

News of the Worlds*

The Boston Herald tracked down Greg Cronin in Europe, and Cronin denied the report from Saturday night that he was going anywhere. Also, the Islanders just announced that Jesse Joensuu will play in
Categories: Alumni watch, Joensuu

Five years of catch-up (w/Game 7 update)

Five years ago tonight, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers came back from a 2-0 deficit to beat the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in overtime. Masi Marjamaki scored 2:11 into overtime* after the Sound

Doubled up (with overnight adds)

Fairfield’s Julie Chu was on the ice for Hilary Knight’s goal in overtime, and the U.S. women’s national team beat Canada to win the World Championship. So that’s gold for the Under-18 men’s team
Categories: General

Doubled up (with overnight adds)

Fairfield’s Julie Chu was on the ice for Hilary Knight’s goal in overtime, and the U.S. women’s national team beat Canada to win the World Championship. So that’s gold for the Under-18 men’s team