Snowstorm stats

Not counting the several inches in my parking lot, and ah yeah, here’s the sleet

Random statitude from the update:

–The win snapped a seven-game winless streak against the Bruins (0-5-0-2). A four-game winless streak at Providence remains in effect, though if you remember when we used to call the then-Donut Hole “the House of Pain*,” you know that’s nothing.

–(By the way, Tuesday’s loss snapped a seven-game home winning streak (all in regulation) against Albany. They won 10 in a row against the Lowell Devils (and 14 in a row against teams from Lowell), 2006-09, to set the team record, but the home-winning-streak-in-regulation record remains eight in a row against Hershey, 2007-08.)

–The announced 2,193 was the third-smallest attendance on a weekend (Fri-Sat-Sun) in team history. Three of the bottom five were affected by snowstorms; the smallest was the makeup game from the October 2010 rally featuring President Obama.

–Four of the past six Bridgeport power plays were because of interference minors. I just liked that.

–Unrelated to any of that, Mike Dalhuisen scored to tie it with 1:43 to go, but Stockton lost in a shootout at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Depleted over the past few weeks, the Thunder have one win in seven (though that was their last game, last Saturday).

*-Searching for “House of Pain” on the blog is a fun little time machine**.
**-For instance, the post from the end of that streak.

Michael Fornabaio