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On the brink: Toronto postgame 2

Hey, there’s like a 6 percent chance this happens. Figure on any given Sunday the Sound Tigers have about a 40 percent chance against the Marlies, and cube it, and won’t Section 105 look silly for

News optional: Wednesday notes

Optional today, though there was more interesting stuff happening in the runway than on the ice. Parker Milner appeared midway through to greet Boston College pal Joe Whitney, who doesn’t have a cast
Categories: Former Futures , Futures , International , Milner , RIP

Busy days, continued: Tuesday notes

Adam Pelech in the house. Arthur Staple wrote the story last night on his comeback from surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome. We talked further; story in tomorrow’s paper. No 4-10 reunion yet, though:
Categories: Burroughs , Cliche , Graham , International , Juha

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
Categories: Alumni watch , College , Gibson , Halmo , International

Pulock up

In pretty much the least-shocking news ever. While we’re here, Buster Olney this morning tweeted this story from Vancouver about the incredible memorabilia that two brothers found in their

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