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A new voice: Thursday notes

The new PR guy and broadcaster: Alan Fuehring, late of Greenville. Believe he starts next week. He replaces Paul Ryan, who, if you missed it, is now the Speaker of the House. Bryce Aneloski stays in

Supporting McGivney: Monday notes

After softball today in Bristol, went down to Mill River in Stratford for the Vazzy’s Golf Classic. And by the time I got there, the players had left: Thunderstorm cut short the golf after about nine

Landing Boulton: Friday notes

Agent Michael Wulkan tweeted that Eric Boulton is coming back to the Islanders; Arthur Staple says he expects Boulton here more than there. It feels as if we’ve heard that song before, but maybe this

Quine/The Constant Question(s): Wednesday notes

The group I was in with new Islanders owner Jon Ledecky today was very concerned with ice quality. (The team is confident in it; they didn’t think it was bad to begin with and think it’s improving.)

Halmo to the Bolts: Saturday notes

Excited to be joining the @TBLightning organization. Letssss goooooooooo— Michael Halmo (@mhalmz) July 9, 2016 After four-plus seasons, Halmo departs seventh in goals (56) and seventh in PIM
Categories: Halmo, Just business, RIP

Crazy Wednesday notes

The NHL was kind enough to pack most of its craziness into about a half-hour today, the kind of day that used to break before the draft, while we were usually at the GHO or whatever it was called that

Qualifying offers day/nontendered day

It’s one of many deadline days, the day that Group 2 (restricted) free agents are due their qualifying offers, which retain their rights. From a Bridgeport standpoint, the important non-qualified
Categories: Just business, Vaive, Wright

Draft day coming: Wednesday notes

Caught up with the Thompsons ahead of Friday’s big day. Wild that Tyce will be in Buffalo, but not at the draft. I really wanted to dateline it “Orange,” but we weren’t quite in town. I thought about

New guy II / Gallant returns: Monday notes

Quinnipiac announced that the Sound Tigers have signed their Travis St. Denis to an AHL contract. That goes with Yalie Ryan Obuchowski, whom the Sound Tigers also acknowledged today. We’re told

Watch Final, name team

The Calder Cup Final begins tonight in Hershey. The AHL is offering the stream free of charge, though you may have to register and enter a promo code. In the meantime, you can help name the new