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Pelech, Pulock down: Tuesday notes

The Islanders got to 23 this afternoon about the only way they could. They put Eric Boulton on injured reserve, they lost P.A. Parenteau to the Devils on waivers, and after we got back upstairs from

Familiar face, yes… Monday notes

Awesome story, overheard yesterday and confirmed today: When Jon Landry arrived yesterday, he was apparently very excited to see a familiar face, someone he played with last year in Utica, and he went

Debut win: Monday notes

The Big Club opened its exhibition season with a win over a Flyers split-squad team in Brooklyn tonight; Josh Ho-Sang scored a reported beauty, Michael Dal Colle got an empty-netter, and two guys

Welp, back to work: Weekend notes

Some vacations are better than others. This one, we’ll leave it alone. Stuff happens, yeah? Anyway. Senators to Belleville will reportedly be announced Monday, leaving Binghamton in the market for a

At least one Game 7: Friday notes

Game 7 in Hershey on Sunday at 5: the Penguins won decisively tonight at home behind five points from captain Tom Kostopoulos, who a dozen years ago was a key piece of the first Penguins team to beat

Playing it the same: Friday notes

The same 15 forwards, nine defensemen, three goalies, in the same array (even in the usual colored jerseys, which gets unusual at this time of year) this morning for the Sound Tigers. “We’ve got our

Who’s scruffy-lookin’? Wilkes-Barre postgame

It’s always nice when someone gives you the quote so you don’t have to say it. “It was an ugly game,” Brent Thompson said. Weird, for sure. “It was a hard-fought game. Guys really sacrificed a lot

Solving for x: Springfield postgame

I don’t mind doing the math, though it always gets tricky in Base 60. Had plenty to do in the second intermission. Going into the third period, Niklas Treutle had gone 207:11 without allowing

Divver: Naclerio to Providence (across town)

Sound Tigers didn’t skate this morning. They’ll be back on tomorrow. But a local joined one of their playoff rivals: Mark Divver reports that Milford’s Mark Naclerio will be signing with Providence

Ludwig up, others day to day: Thursday notes

Bridgeport practiced this morning without Mike Halmo, who Brent Thompson reported as not feeling well. They’ll see how he is for Friday’s game in Providence against the Bruins, who’ve got Frankie