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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

Finn, Schempp down: Thursday notes

One last time… Steve Goodman, man. Congratulations to the Cubs. As we await the impending apocalypse (hey, I feel fine), a couple of moves from the Sound Tigers this morning: Kyle Schempp and Matt

Bernier arrives / new ice: Thursday notes

Brand-new ice in today at Harbor Yard now that the circus has vacated. It did not appear to be good. Guys wiping out everywhere. Looks like the paint was scraped in a few places. They’re working on it

Sweet nothings: Hershey pregame

Will be following along with tonight’s game, when not watching to see if the Cubs can fly something more than a ‘W’ for the first time in 71 years. I suspect Alan will be following that even more

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