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Coast Report: Collberg, Nemec back

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Sebastian Collberg returned to the Stockton lineup from his two-game injury absence with a goal. Mike Pereira scored the Thunder’s other goal, but Idaho beat the Thunder 3-2 as Jason Bast had a goal and an assist. Meanwhile Mark Nemec was noticeable: two goals, including the winner in OT, for Colorado. [Read More]

Admirals Liveblog 1: Turn Back the Clock

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RT @AdmiralsVoice ‘Turn Back The Clock Night’ with 50-cents dogs, soda & popcorn as @NorfolkAdmirals host @TheSoundTigers 730pm @ Scope. Join us! Come hungry! Bridgeport will be satisfied with turning back the clock to early November (results-wise, at least). We’ll be listening to Pete Michaud (audio/pay-per-view). Following Twitter reports from Paul, Pete, the Ads’ official […] [Read More]

Reinhart back, Halmo out: Wednesday notes

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The New York Islanders’ reassignment of Griffin Reinhart back to Bridgeport — the Big Club has two spots open now after putting Michael Grabner back on IR, and Travis Hamonic and Johnny Boychuk both practiced today — came while the Sound Tigers were on the ice Wednesday. So, things there looked pretty much as they […] [Read More]

Stockton: Collberg injured

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Stockton’s postgamer reports that Sebastian Collberg left Friday’s game late: “Collberg left the game after taking a slash to the wrist and a hit to the head and did not return. His status wasn’t known immediately after the game.” The Thunder’s livetweet, about the only other notice I could find in a quick look around […] [Read More]

Gillies signs/Persson skates/Conacher waived

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Finally, Colton Gillies is getting out of the hotel. His PTO would’ve expired tonight, but Gillies has signed an AHL contract to keep him here the rest of the year. “I can settle in now,” Gillies said after the morning skate. “The people (at the hotel) were great, the staff, but you’re definitely not settled […] [Read More]

Bast down: Thursday notes

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Calling Peter Sivak up cut down on the number of spots open up front, and the Sound Tigers released Jason Bast from his PTO and sent him back to the ECHL this morning. “I was happy with him,” Brent Thompson said. “He generated some chances in Hershey. You can see he’s got a good shot, […] [Read More]

Sivak, day-to-days, etc.: Wednesday notes

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Sorry for the delay. Computer problems, another assignment… ah, you don’t care. The newsiest bit, anyway, was that Colton Gillies wasn’t on the ice. Just banged up and day-to-day, Brent Thompson said. Peter Sivak, back up from Stockton, was alongside Johan Sundstrom and Justin Courtnall today. “He’s going to play,” Thompson said of Sivak. “He’s […] [Read More]

Day on, and Game 24/25: Monday notes

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The expected 20 and 2 (John Persson missing, obviously) this morning in essentially the same array as Sunday. Second time they’ve avoided the traditional day off after the three-in-three to take Tuesday instead (though the first time wasn’t planned, after that rough Springfield-Hartford-Albany weekend; this one was). “Trying to break up the week,” Brent Thompson […] [Read More]

Without Pulock: Hershey liveblog

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No roadie for us, but an extra one for Ryan Pulock, called up this afternoon to make seven defensemen with Travis Hamonic on injured reserve. We’ll hang out here and listen to a game with a suddenly thinned-out Bridgeport defense corps — these things change in a day, don’t they? good thing for versatility — […] [Read More]

Second chances: Providence postgame

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They still give up a lot of shots, still spend a lot of time in their own end (though less today in the third, a big part of the finish), still live a little dangerously sometimes. Today’s streak-breakin’ win seemed to limit some of those endless shifts in their own end. Yeah, they had a […] [Read More]