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Helping Gary DeCarlo

We had lots of fun in March when Providence played “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye” in the closing seconds of regulation when the Bruins led the Sound Tigers by two goals. Three Bridgeport goals

Pirates to Springfield done: Monday notes Tuesday (updated)

Wrote blog post. Posted blog po… darn The AHL gave its formal approval to Portland’s move to Springfield on Monday. The Panthers apparently examined all their options and stuck with the franchise,

Thrilling and willing: Providence postgame

The song’s been in my head ever since, and I mean, it’s lasted almost 50 years now because it’s catchy as hell, so why wouldn’t it. If anyone has a claim to it, it’s Bridgeport, but you think every

Pennsylvania in the Pink: Wilkes-Barre pregame

Back in the second home for years and years, NEPA Civic Aren First Union A Wachovia The Arena at Casey Plaza. (No, people, Mohegan Sun is in Uncasville. Wait, what?) Still, it never gets less weird to

Like Ice in the Sun: Thursday notes

When hockey players and coaches come off the ice commenting about it, you know it was frigid at Wonderland today. Status quo*, though Ross Johnston is once again taking contact. He won’t play this

Shots not fired: Portland (1) postgame

We keep coming back to shots in postgamers with Brent Thompson. The first was dicey for Bridgeport, and the funny part is it wasn’t horrific in the corsi/fenwick/etc sense. They turned the puck over

Holmstrom up — The other one: Thursday notes

Connor Jones took part of practice this morning, but he seems to be questionable for the weekend. Brent Thompson reiterated lower-body, day-to-day on him. With that question mark, Bridgeport called up

You can’t throw failure over your shoulder: Wednesday notes

Belated props to whichever of the #BST's streaming service fed The La's "There She Goes" this morning. Classic.— Michael Fornabaio (@fornabaioctp) December 15, 2015 (May or may

Whitney baby on the way: Wednesday notes

Team-building on Tuesday, Booster Club dinner last night, and back to work today. One big difference: Joe Whitney was missing. He’s on baby watch, awaiting his first child. It’s probable at this point

Big night for Backman: Saturday notes

Manchester claimed a 2-0 series lead tonight with a back-and-forth 7-4 win over Hartford in ManchVegas. The Monarchs led 2-0 early, but Hartford took a 3-2 lead 12 minutes into the second. By the end