Even newer lines/Marty Biron

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Brock Nelson’s arrival produces some interesting units, breaking up Anders Lee and Ryan Strome for the first time in a long time, putting Nelson on the wing with Strome and some other rearrangements throughout the top three lines. Alan Quine gets scratched for Nelson.

A new letter for Johan Sundstrom in Chris Bruton’s injury absence. One to scratch each way. Looked like Cantin and Blood.

BRIDGEPORT
F: Nelson-Strome-Halmo
Lee-Sundstrom (A)-Persson
Diamond-Wetmore-Larson
Miller-Clark-Johnson
D: Finley-de Haan (A)
Ness (A)-Mayfield
Pedan-Jackson
(Cantin-scratch)
G: Nilsson
Reiter

BINGHAMTON
F: Hoffman (A)-Zibanejad-Robinson
Prince-Da Costa-Schneider
Kramer-O’Brien-Puempel
Cowick-Culek-Hamilton (A)
D: Borowiecki (C)-Ceci
Sdao-Eckford
Claesson-Rutkowski
(Blood-scratch)
G: Hammond
Lawson

R: Knorr, Binda. L: Colby, Simeon.

Nathan Lawson is not starting for just the second time; he came in midgame that first time. Good to see him and Steve Stirling pregame.

Tip of cap to Marty Biron, onetime Sound-Tiger-on-conditioning as a small part of a long career, after he announced his retirement today. From all accounts one of the game’s gentlemen, and he was certainly great for the short time he was here.

Michael Fornabaio

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