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Just a loss: Lehigh Valley postgame

This almost felt like the first game of the rest of the season, the first time in a while I went downstairs without a storyline, just a game: They started slowish, they came back, and the Phantoms got

Injured list gets smaller: Thursday notes

Back on the ice for the Sound Tigers, and it looks as if all of Stephen Gionta, Colin Markison and Ryan Pulock are available for the weekend, with Kane Lafranchise possible. It’s possible that they

Once more with feeling: WBS postgame (2-road)

“It seems to be the same ol’ song and dance,” Stephon Williams said after once again giving up just one goal too many, who has had a couple of rough nights but has also been in net when the Sound

Giving thanks, making sacrifices: Hartford postgame

OK, yeah, there’s the fun moment of Steve Bernier’s empty-netter tonight, scored from his own zone… because Ryan Graves’ blocked shot caromed off his leg and down the ice. Cool, but: That’s veteran

Shootouts all around: Syracuse postgame

Well, AHL Live isn’t working on me, so… Hey, Stephon Williams gets his first win… not that it came easy, obviously, because why would it? Two goals late in regulation — one on a Syracuse power

That 28 looks familiar: Syracuse pregame

I’ll be late to the liveblog tonight — it may well just end up being the overnight update — but you can hang out with Alan at AHL Live. Follow him, the team, Lindsay Kramer, Dan D’Uva and the

Defenseman skates at goalies practice: Tuesday notes

This morning turned out to be a goalies practice with Mike Dunham in town, but there was one notable skater among the few on the ice: Kyle Burroughs, in full gear, taking shots. He seemed to survive

Pelech up / RIP, Marek Svatos: Monday notes

So the rotation is complete: Travis Hamonic is out until December, and a rested Adam Pelech is up with the Big Club. Brent Thompson’s fine with what they’ve got here; he’s said so since they got down

Adds up to the ‘L’ word: WBS postgame

Not one for the vault, not at all, the Sound Tigers’ worst loss and first seven-goals-against game since David Leggio’s last game here, coincidentally also against Wilkes-Barre, March 1, 2015. The ‘E’

Burroughs out: Adieu, Raffi: WBS pregame

First things first: Kyle Burroughs will be out “a while,” Brent Thompson said, after suffering an upper-body injury trying to stop Adam Tambellini on what became Hartford’s third goal last night.