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SHU: Shuttles to home games

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With Colgate coming to Milford Ice Pavilion Friday and Saturday (at No. 4 in both polls, the highest-ranked opponent ever coming in to Marty Roos’ barn), Sacred Heart announced that the Student Union will run shuttles from campus to men’s games in Milford and some women’s games at The Rinks at Shelton. So, Pioneer kids, […] [Read More]
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Familiar line change/Huskies vs. Bobcats: Tuesday notes

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One swap — well, one and a half — from Sunday’s lines to note: A trio we saw a bit Sunday, Lee-Quine-Mouillierat, was together, giving a longer look at Alan Quine in the middle and Kael Mouillierat on the wing. That put Sebastian Collberg where Quine started Sunday, with Mike Halmo and Johan Sundstrom. Mark […] [Read More]

First win: St. John’s Postgame 2

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Since winning the very first meeting between the teams in St. John’s — Jeremy Colliton with the overtime goal on Oct. 21, 2011 — Bridgeport was winless in eight against the IceCaps going into Sunday. Since breaking their first long winless streak of the end of last year — a big day for the PTOs […] [Read More]

Game Day: Friday into Saturday notes

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Prescout! Overtime! #Pointsforall! And no three-on-three! The IceCaps lost in overtime in front of 10,527 at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. David Pastrnak, who looked good in the exhibition game here a week ago, had a couple of assists and leads the Eastern Conference in scoring. Edit: Brendan McCarthy reports the loss of Peter Budaj and […] [Read More]

Huskies sale: Friday notes

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Tickets for UConn’s hockey games at Harbor Yard, including the holiday tournament Dec. 27-28, go on sale Friday morning at 10. The other three games are against Quinnipiac on Oct. 21, Colorado College on Jan. 6, and Notre Dame on Jan. 18. (The Sound Tigers’ and Huskies’ schedules still haven’t changed for Jan. 18, so […] [Read More]

Execution: Adirondack postgame

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For the first time in a while, Scott Pellerin sounded disappointed. Still outmanned, still outgunned, but lamenting a few things that could’ve made a difference. “When you get to certain moments in a game,” Pellerin said, “when you have a four-minute power play, a scoring chance in the slot, and miss. You have opportunities to […] [Read More]

Union wins it all

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Bridgeport: Birthplace of champions or something. The Union Dutchmen are national champions after Saturday’s 7-4 win over Minnesota in Philadelphia. Darien’s Kevin Sullivan had a late insurance goal and an assist; New Canaan’s Alex Gonye and Fairfield’s Griffyn Martin are also on the roster. The Dutchmen played three regionals here in the past four years […] [Read More]

Teen Beat: WBS liveblog

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I’ve now missed four Sound Tigers trips to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton in 13 years. Two were because of blizzards. One was because the car and I kind of got knocked around that one time (pardon me, upper-body, day-to-day, for the past 2,900 days). And tonight. What can you do. What we’ll do is listen to Mike O’Brien […] [Read More]

Even newer: Thursday notes

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So the roster rotation remains on full spin. Missing today: Brock Montpetit, who’s going back to school, and Marc Cantin, going down to Stockton. Cantin had played just six of the past 15 games after his second suspension, and the arrival of Kyle Burroughs gives them another body on the blue line. By the way, […] [Read More]

Novelty: Hartford postgame

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Today’s Bridgeport lineup, by where they were on Feb. 1: F: UNO-Bakersfield-Evansville Stockton-Yale-Injured Adirondack-Bridgeport-Bridgeport Bridgeport-Bridgeport-Bridgeport D: Injured-RPI Bridgeport-Bridgeport Injured-Ontario G: Islanders Bridgeport Wouldn’t have thought of this if not for what I’d watched the past two days, but I think I saw a couple of Bridgeport’s college guys avoid playing a defensive-zone hand pass in […] [Read More]