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Moving up: Tuesday notes

It’s a pretty good shakeup for the Sound Tigers after yesterday’s moves. Colin Markison and Carter Verhaeghe, up from Missouri, each appeared on one of the top two lines this morning. Looking for some

‘Bout changes and things: Rochester postgame

It might not have been to the “at some point you gotta do something” stage, but Bridgeport hasn’t broken out scoring much, it has only one win in two months without scoring three goals, and after it

New Year’s Rockin’ Three-In-Three: Thursday notes

Status quo here, lines and defense and everything. Some power-play work late in practice, and lots of talk about it afterward. Some of the shortened chances, a few games with few chances, and the

Gritty, gutty: Providence postgame

First word out of Brent Thompson’s mouth was ‘gutsy’. Not bad. Particularly late, it was plenty of Pelech-Mayfield against Alexander Khokhlachev as usual. It was also lots of Florek-Holmstrom-Halmo.

Disciplined victory: Lehigh Valley postgame

They pulled this one out behind Christopher Gibson playing yet another excellent game and a solid-enough penalty kill until the very last (literal) second. And, well, it’s a win. Been a while. “I

Notes from the State of Virginia: Thursday bits

Been away for a few days — totally recommend a visit to Petersburg National Battlefield, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and my family near Raleigh* and friends near Philly, though I’m not

Bronzed: Sunday notes

We’re No. 3. Connor Hellebuyck made 39 saves, Nick Bonino opened the scoring from Brock Nelson in the first period, and the U.S. beat the host Czech Republic 3-0 to take bronze at the World

No gold: U.S. loses in semis at Worlds

Russia got its revenge, scoring four in the third to beat the United States 4-0 at the World Championship semifinals today. The U.S. had chances, but Sergei Bobrovsky came up with 35 saves. So, the
Categories: International

USA to World Semis: Thursday notes

Congratulations to Team USA for its 3-1 win over Switzerland. Your reward is another crack for Russia with a ticked-off Alex Ovechkin arriving in town. Never easy. The Americans took care of their

Manch moves on/Great shot, kid: USA wins, Tuesday notes

The only AHL game tonight featured Bridgeport’s once and future division rival Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s season finale. Manchester scored two first-period goals (Sean Backman had an assist) and