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DraftWrap ’16: Saturday notes

So while I was out, the Islanders traded up in, then back into, the fourth round for a couple of Europeans including one highly regarded Russian forward. College/European on everybody except their

Campin’ nationally: Tuesday notes

Open tab. Get distracted by run in soccer game. Forget what I was going to search for. Ah well. Might as well. As their draft day approaches, Tage Thompson and Chad Krys were invited to the USA junior

MonsterThunderFalcon: Wednesday notes

Caught up with the local guys on Lake Erie as they started home after Tuesday night’s celebration. Loved the way Brett Gallant and Jaime Sifers talked about each other, the respect they had for each

Another title in the Burgh: Sunday notes

He didn’t play an NHL game this year, but I think Steve Oleksy got more screen time tonight after the game than Matt Murray did. It was kinda cool. The Pittsburgh Penguins have won the Stanley Cup,
Categories: Alumni watch, RIP

Monsters win: Gallant, Paliotta, Sifers, Pratt

Calder cup champions!— Brett Gallant (@gally44) June 12, 2016 Brett Gallant is a champion. A couple of years after he made it to the Show, two months after a

Allen wins again: Thursday notes

No Stanley Cup champion yet. But in the Coast, Allen wins its second Kelly Cup in a row, taking both the series and tonight’s Game 6 by the same 4-2 mark. That’s a title for Dyson Stevenson, Chad

New guy II / Gallant returns: Monday notes

Quinnipiac announced that the Sound Tigers have signed their Travis St. Denis to an AHL contract. That goes with Yalie Ryan Obuchowski, whom the Sound Tigers also acknowledged today. We’re told

New guy/Monstrous lead: Friday notes

Chip Malafronte once said this was coming: Yale says the Sound Tigers have signed Ryan Obuchowski to an AHL contract. In Hershey, the boys from Cleveland have swiped a 2-0 series lead on the road.
Categories: Alumni watch, Obuchowski

Captain re-signs

The Islanders announced another re-signing today, captain Ben Holmstrom. Again, one-year, two-way, like Bracken Kearns yesterday. If he does play in Bridgeport and assuming he again wears the ‘C’,

Watch Final, name team

The Calder Cup Final begins tonight in Hershey. The AHL is offering the stream free of charge, though you may have to register and enter a promo code. In the meantime, you can help name the new