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Accumulated from the weekend: Monday notes

The Islanders added Chris Lamoriello to their front office Friday, naming him director of player personnel. He’s well-known in AHL circles for his long service with the Devils’ organization. A Josh

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

Hershey-Cleveland: Party like it’s 1945 Sunday notes

There have been seven former Sound Tigers who’ve gone on to win the Calder Cup. There will be an eighth. Aaron Ness and the Hershey Bears held on today to defeat Toronto in Game 5, taking the Eastern

Toronto lives: Friday notes

Toronto survives, fairly handily, at home against Hershey. William Nylander’s hat trick included the first two goals of the night. Game 5 is Sunday afternoon. World Cup roster adds have been coming

Cleveland rocks Ontario: Thursday notes

Cleveland is back in the Calder Cup Final, finishing a sweep in double overtime tonight. Lukas Sedlak’s goal gave Lake Erie a 2-1 win and a four-game victory over the Ontario Reign. So locals Michael

“Were they sent to hell?” “Worse, Wisconsin”: pregame notes

Liveblog on a separate post, because this set of accumulated notes and links got long after a day off, a trip to Stratford for golbol presentations, and a haircut: Quite the night last night for Adam

Burroughs up, Leduc down: Wednesday notes

The other half of the Kyle Burroughs call-up? Loic Leduc was sent down to Missouri. If you had to guess, that probably would have been it: Leduc has played only six AHL games, and he hadn’t played in

Nighthawks-Bruins?: Providence pregame

Islanders place G Halak on injured reserve, recall G Gibson from AHL New Haven— NHL Updates (@NHL_Updates) December 27, 2015 Can’t believe they didn’t take Rollie

That’s the break, y’all: Portland (2) postgame

It’s hard to figure out where to start with this one. How about here: Bridgeport had 10 shots in the first 40 minutes, and only four had come from forwards. It finished with 12 of 23 shots coming from

Home again (long, windy, messy): vacation notes/bookkeeping

If you missed this afternoon’s news, Matt Carkner will return on a two-year AHL contract, and Kevin Poulin also re-signed. Wrapping up two lost weeks from there… For a few days a couple of weeks