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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

Czechs next: Worlds notes

At Worlds, the United States got to overtime with help from a Brock Nelson power-play goal, which was just enough to sneak through to the quarterfinals. And that was all they did; Tomas Marcinko

Redesigns, local rinks, Czech orthography: Tuesday notes

Hey, another new blog design. Let me know if anything’s less than functional for you. We’ve gotten further and further from this baby. Shouts out to Rene Morgan for designing it 10 years ago… this

Age just a number, red just a color: Tuesday notes

Kabanov, Schremp, Rakshani och Tambellini på isen samtidigt just nu. Bridgeport Soundtigers gör avtryck överallt!— Robin Figren (@figge_22) April 14, 2015 Meanwhile back in the States,

Change in Manchester: Wednesday notes (updated)

For six years, Mark Morris and Scott Pellerin developed players for the Los Angeles Kings, helping them win a Stanley Cup. Pellerin came here two years ago, and the Monarchs won a division title this

The General Category: Monday notes

We can chuckle about the roughing major, but it struck me too late last night that changing it to a cross-check does have a potential effect down the road. There are two classes of game misconducts;

Wishart to Germany

As was reported as possible a few days ago over there, Ty Wishart has signed to play in Germany after two and a half years here. Onetime Sound Tigers defenseman Steve Tarasuk has an AHL deal with

Muscle memory/Monday notes

Fun story, I hope: Kind of awesome/scary. Was looking for something on YouTube the other day, and one of the recommendations on the margin was, remarkably and for some unknown algorithmic reason, an

JC back to Sweden/half a final set

Jeremy Colliton signed to play with Mora in Sweden next year. ObFWB: “He is working hard in every byte, is dangerous forwards but also backwards.” (The story seems to have been broken by one

Rough start

It was Stanley Cup Final time on “The Americans” tonight, and those 1981 Islanders scored one more goal on TV than these Islanders did tonight. Marc-Andre Fleury got the playoff-opening shutout, but