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Back at it/Petrov/RIP, Yogi: Tuesday notes

Technically back to work Wednesday. Not sure how much Sound Tigering we’ll do in the short term, but anyway. Awaiting clarification on an apparent local addition to the Bridgeport staff. But the new

Drury back to NYR, littler Thompson to PC: Friday notes

A couple of things that accumulated over the past couple of days: Chris Drury is back in hockey, joining the Rangers as their director of player development. Local guy and, one would think, a guy

Hockey, Day (KC1): A visit to an Island

Called up the blog template on this computer for the first time since the last day of the year. Deleted out all the templates for penalty minutes, top-scoring defensemen, Alan Quine with the most

Westport/Stamford reunion: Saturday notes

Out of touch all day*, but one of the radio stations gave me a heads up on the way home about the Rangers’ trade for a Talbot-replacing backup, Antti Raanta. That deal had the side effect of reuniting

Kids to camp/lots of coaching: Friday notes

The Islanders announced their development camp schedule. The Blue and White Scrimmage is, as was announced earlier, July 8, a Wednesday night, in Brooklyn. The rest of the camp is in Eisenhower Park.

Markison signs: Monday notes

“Your goalie appears injured.” “No, no, he’s just really tall.” Classic. The Sound Tigers seemed impressed by lots of little things about Colin Markison’s game, so it’s no great surprise to see that

Saffan out: Tuesday notes

Get home from lacrosse to a tip from the office that proves true: Howard Saffan went to Long Island for a meeting today and came back no longer president of the Sound Tigers or Harbor Yard Sports and

Adieu, Colisee / Comets lead: Sunday notes

Islanders draft pick Michael Dal Colle and the Oshawa Generals are Memorial Cup champions after a 2-1 overtime win over the Kelowna Rockets. Dal Colle had five points in four games at the tournament.

Monarchs reign over East: Wednesday notes

It ends for the Hartford Wolf Pack in the conference final, a 3-1 loss to Manchester for a four-game Monarchs sweep and the future Ontario Reign’s first trip to the Calder Cup Final, which begins next

Hartford moves on: Friday notes

The East Division over the past decade had provided the AHL with Calder Cups for Norfolk and Binghamton and Philadelphia and, of course Hershey; with finals appearances for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and