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Adapting: Lehigh Valley postgame

I mean, is there a better situation for any hockey player than Josh Ho-Sang in a five-on-three? Let alone two of them back-to-back? An assist and his first pro goal for Ho-Sang on those two power

Huskies return

UConn announced today it will return to Webster Bank Arena on Jan. 12 to face Maine.

Landing Boulton: Friday notes

Agent Michael Wulkan tweeted that Eric Boulton is coming back to the Islanders; Arthur Staple says he expects Boulton here more than there. It feels as if we’ve heard that song before, but maybe this

Improvements: Thursday notes

Both Kevin Czuczman and Justin Vaive were on the ice today for Bridgeport in a short, hard practice before they got on the bus for Hershey. Czuczman was in a regular blue jersey; Vaive was in

Sure shots: Portland postgame

“At the end of the day, we’re a team that has to shoot the puck,” Brent Thompson said. “We’re going to generate chances getting the puck on net and winning the hard areas.” Um, yeah. It’s a special

Coming back: Albany postgame

For a while, Bridgeport looked to be in midseason form. And by that, I mean turning pucks over left and right. This is a different team than it was then, though. Things settled down, even against a

Defensive forward: Portland postgame

Y’ever play defense, Tanner Fritz? “No. Not like that,” he said after he set up the winning goal Saturday. “I was pretty nervous going out there, and right away there’s a rush against me.” Cameron

The land of Adam Erne: Eventual Syracuse liveblog

I’ll be a little late to the liveblog party tonight, but you can hang out from the start with Paul at AHL Live. Follow him, Lindsay Kramer, Dan D’Uva and the Crunch, among others. The box should be

Hurting and recovering/RIP, George Martin: Wednesday notes

The bullet points on Bridgeport’s walking (and limping, and getting around on crutches) wounded: –Kyle Burroughs is “week to week,” Brent Thompson said, which honestly is better than I thought it was

Sunday playoffs: Whale, Pios eliminated

Tough local night in the playoffs. Sacred Heart’s season ended in Game 3 at Bentley. The Pioneers cut Bentley’s lead to 2-1 in the second, but Bentley scored two late, including an empty-netter. In