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Author: Michael Fornabaio

If it ain’t broke, Tuesday edition

Same lines as ever recently; same pairs as recent-usual when Mayfield has been here. It’ll probably take major events (or a loss) to change things. Joe Whitney in town, cast on the leg for a while

Snow day: Monday notes

If that’s the tail end of the storm, I’m glad I missed the big part of it. Slick out there. Partly why I missed the practice part of practice. Word is all is basically as it was, with the re-addition

Streaking Tigers: Wilkes-Barre postgame

Would you feel a little more confident in that last penalty kill if you’ve got Scott Mayfield in from Detroit? Probably. But the guys who were here got it done. Ben Holmstrom said to give a lot of

Pennsylvania in the Pink: Wilkes-Barre pregame

Back in the second home for years and years, NEPA Civic Aren First Union A Wachovia The Arena at Casey Plaza. (No, people, Mohegan Sun is in Uncasville. Wait, what?) Still, it never gets less weird to

Game plans: Lehigh Valley postgame

To sort-of steal a line from Bracken Kearns, 10 games ago, who knows how this turns out. They’re down 2-0 early, then again by a goal after they erase that deficit. “We stayed with it,” Ben Holmstrom

Sticking with it (basically): Lehigh Valley pregame

The Sound Tigers get back to work with, more or less, the same lineup as before the break: Missing J.F. Berube and Scott Mayfield, obviously, but otherwise appearing identical. As expected from

All hands back on deck: Thursday notes

If Bridgeport had practiced Monday and Ryan Pulock had never blocked that shot Saturday night, I imagine this is how it would have looked. Same lines. Same pairs, except Loic Leduc in for Scott

Couple for Quine: Post-All-Star quotes

“Fun, a lot of fun,” were the first words out of Alan Quine’s mouth when I got to him through the packed dressing room after the all-star game/challenge/classic concluded. You played three games to
Categories: Quine

Wrapping Sunday/state of the league Monday notes

Links, some delayed for technical reasons, from last night: Sean Backman credited Mike Stothers’ faith in his offensive game as a big factor in recapturing it. (Stothers was money.) Catching up,
Categories: Alumni watch , Backman , Just business , Pulock , Quine

Feeling it: Albany postgame

Ryan Pulock’s blocked shot takes some of the juice out of this one, though we have no information yet whether he’ll miss so much as the skills contest, let alone time after the break. Which is kind of
Categories: Albany , Alumni watch , Berube , Halmo , Postgame