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Accumulated from the weekend: Monday notes

The Islanders added Chris Lamoriello to their front office Friday, naming him director of player personnel. He’s well-known in AHL circles for his long service with the Devils’ organization. A Josh

We DON’T have a chart: Bednar to Colorado

Almost deleted the template a couple of weeks ago. Glad I didn’t. Jared Bednar is reunited with Nolan Pratt: TEAMOldNew BINLuke Richardson (4/18) Kurt Kleinendorst (6/8)  MTBKeith

Carousel stops: Monday notes

Hey, we got us a table. Providence has its new coach, former Butch Cassidy assistant Kevin Dean: TEAMOldNew BINLuke Richardson (4/18) Kurt Kleinendorst (6/8)  MTBKeith McCambridge

Crazy Wednesday notes

The NHL was kind enough to pack most of its craziness into about a half-hour today, the kind of day that used to break before the draft, while we were usually at the GHO or whatever it was called that

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

Catchup: What’s old is new (Monday notes)

Tucson is officially the Roadrunners, a traditional minor-pro Arizona nickname. Rockford and the Blackhawks re-upped through 2022. A new coach, officially, in Iowa: TEAMOldNewBINLuke Richardson

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

Carkner contemplating / Kinnear in Springfield: Monday notes

At the end of the season, Matt Carkner sounded to be seriously contemplating retirement. He sounded even closer on an Ottawa radio station on Tuesday. “Never say never,” he told them, but still.

Holmstrom back/Matvichuk, Anderson out

The captain called while he was in a rain delay on the golf course and I was trying to cover a softball game. Ah, summer. But at least he had a new contract. “It’s an exciting feeling to get it done

Arcobello to Switzerland: Tuesday notes

He journeyed around the continent last year, went to Toronto this year and wound up across town, and now Mark Arcobello is on to the Europe thing. SC Bern in Switzerland announced a two-year contract