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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
Categories: Alumni watch , Baseball , Halmo , Ludwig , RIP

“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.