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“Were they sent to hell?” “Worse, Wisconsin”: pregame notes

Liveblog on a separate post, because this set of accumulated notes and links got long after a day off, a trip to Stratford for golbol presentations, and a haircut: Quite the night last night for Adam

Gritty, gutty: Providence postgame

First word out of Brent Thompson’s mouth was ‘gutsy’. Not bad. Particularly late, it was plenty of Pelech-Mayfield against Alexander Khokhlachev as usual. It was also lots of Florek-Holmstrom-Halmo.

Fighting for it: Hartford postgame

Joe Whitney’s hat trick leads the story in this one, or at least it will in our paper. But some good things happened at the other end, too. Whitney’s second goal started with a beauty of a Ryan Pulock

CHAOS: Utica postgame

It was a year ago this month (its now being November, and time flying and whatnot) that Alan Quine, going to the net in Hartford, went down behind the goal line, allowing the other five players on the

Sub-standard: Springfield postgame

If the Sound Tigers turned the corner on Sunday, they did it the wrong way on a one-way street. If they set a standard Sunday, this was nonstandard. “Yeah, I’m surprised, to be honest,” Thompson said.

A flip or two: Thursday notes

Had the craziest dream last night about a baseball game. [Jose Bautista's bat crashes through skylight.] OR WAS IT???— Down Goes Brown (@DownGoesBrown) October 15, 2015 Was
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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

Monarchs win G1/Q draft: Saturday notes

Edit: Knew I left something out. From yesterday: Scott Pellerin gets a nice promotion with the Maple Leafs. Great to see. Michael Mersch’s second goal, 4:10 into overtime, gave Manchester a win in

Adieu, Colisee / Comets lead: Sunday notes

Islanders draft pick Michael Dal Colle and the Oshawa Generals are Memorial Cup champions after a 2-1 overtime win over the Kelowna Rockets. Dal Colle had five points in four games at the tournament.

Bronzed: Sunday notes

We’re No. 3. Connor Hellebuyck made 39 saves, Nick Bonino opened the scoring from Brock Nelson in the first period, and the U.S. beat the host Czech Republic 3-0 to take bronze at the World