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Enough of this camp stuff: Friday notes

A very consistent set of lines and pairs this week. It sure seems like this is what they’ve got. Williams was in the “Bridgeport” net, but Gibson’s day was shorter today, so presumably tomorrow’s

Letters, numbers… other things: Thursday notes

Status quo this morning with two days to go. Same lines. Same missing (Andrew Rowe’s a little longer term, said Brent Thompson; Connor Jones, “day-to-day, week-to-week”). Tom Nilsson’s departure

Torres suspended 41 games

Fourteen years ago tonight, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers played their first game in the AHL, winning 3-0 at Rochester. It was also the first pro game for Bridgeport’s Raffi Torres, whose rookie season

Vet 7: Leblanc on waivers

Last night, Arthur Staple broke that the Islanders were sending Kirill Petrov down to the Sound Tigers. Today, Louis Leblanc is apparently healthy enough to hit waivers. This house got crowded. If

Camaraderie camp: Hartford (exh.) (A) postgame

Edit, 10:10 p.m.: Arthur Staple reports that the Islanders will send Kirill Petrov to Bridgeport, along with the defensemen they called up this morning. That handful of spots gets a little shorter.

Bad breaks, perhaps-only-chance edition: Hartford (exh.) (H) postgame

In the regular season, this might be a night to lament controlling two periods with only a point to show for it, wondering what might’ve happened if some of those endless chances just went in, what

Returns, group swaps, veterans sign: Tuesday notes

Adam Pelech, Scott Mayfield and Mike Halmo were back in today Tuesday after playing in the Islanders’ exhibition game Monday. They all slotted into what we called Monday’s Group 1, which Tuesday

Ex-files, Saturday night you-know-whats edition

Hat tip to our friend Sue Johnson: Blair Riley had to leave the Flames’ preseason game Friday night when his name wasn’t on the lineup card. (He did get a fight in.) Could’ve been worse: His name
Categories: Alumni watch

Signings, Sudsie, Trashers: Thursday notes

Idaho finally announced that it has signed Fairfield’s Quinn Smith, late of BC. Meanwhile, Missouri signed Quinnipiac’s Jones brothers. Still waiting to hear how many Mavericks will be here next week.

Notes from the State of Virginia: Thursday bits

Been away for a few days — totally recommend a visit to Petersburg National Battlefield, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and my family near Raleigh* and friends near Philly, though I’m not