Monthly Archive for July, 2012

: July, 2012

“Where’s my spy camera? Where’s my spy camera?”*

The schedule question always comes. And though the schedule doesn’t sound imminent, the question always comes harder once the basketballers put theirs out. So after 11 years, I figured it was worth
Categories: Alumni watch , Brake Time! , McIver , RIP , Schedules

"Where’s my spy camera? Where’s my spy camera?"*

Edit: Because every “update” to WordPress produces some oddity or another, this post was duplicated. To keep things simpler, the version at this link will be updated. Thanks and sorry. The schedule
Categories: General

Islanders sign McIver

The Islanders added some veteran depth and toughness on the blue line, signing former Providence defenseman Nathan McIver to a one-year deal today. McIver*, 27, has played 345 AHL games for Manitoba
Categories: McIver

“Vacation” is an NCAA term

Back from a few days off. They technically began last Monday night. Yeah. Anyway. Kenny Reiter’s official. Greg Mauldin to Switzerland. Keith Aucoin to Toronto. Jared Bednar winds up an assistant with

“Vacation” is an NCAA term

Back from a few days off. They technically began last Monday night. Yeah. Anyway. Kenny Reiter’s official. Greg Mauldin to Switzerland. Keith Aucoin to Toronto. Jared Bednar winds up an assistant with

"Vacation" is an NCAA term

Back from a few days off. They technically began last Monday night. Yeah. Anyway. Kenny Reiter’s official. Greg Mauldin to Switzerland. Keith Aucoin to Toronto. Jared Bednar winds up an assistant with
Categories: General

Another (familiar) goalie, etc.

I’m probably the last to point out a report from Pittsburgh that Kenny Reiter is signing an AHL two-way with the Sound Tigers. Adds depth in net; had a very nice college career and made his pro debut

Pellerin in, Wishart back

Two news items today: Indeed it’s Scott Pellerin as the Sound Tigers’ eighth head coach; and Ty Wishart re-upped, a one-year, two-way deal. I’m in a bit of an Internet mess among other things, so

Pellerin on his way?/Clark signs

Think Brian Compton had this name out there first as a man in the mix: It appears the eighth coach of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers is going to be Scott Pellerin. A teammate of Garth Snow’s at Maine (he

Backman re-ups

The Sound Tigers announced that Greenwich’s Sean Backman has re-signed with the Islanders for one year. Backman was 7-11-18 for Bridgeport in 66 games this year and became a key piece of the penalty