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Offensive outburst instead: Adirondack postgame

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Yeah, they needed that. “It’s little things,” Jeremy Langlois said after his first three points in the AHL. “I think we played hard again tonight. … We were cycling well. We kept it in their end.” They got back in the penalty box again, repeatedly, constantly in the second, and it cost them three goals. […] [Read More]

Offensive offense: context, Adirondack pregame

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If no one comes back down and Alan Quine (6-16-24) doesn’t go all Mark Arcobello in the last 15 games, Ryan Strome will lead the Sound Tigers in scoring. (Part of that is that pretty much everyone else in hailing distance left with him, but anyway.) Strome left with 13-36-49. By the goals tiebreaker, that […] [Read More]

First ATO: Tuesday notes

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The first Bridgeport ATO — the first skater in the league this year, it appears — is Dmitry Antipin, listed as a left winger out of UMass Dartmouth. (He’s “Dimitry” in some places.) Joined a group that was otherwise the way we’d left it (except for the Halmo and Donovan recalls) at Wonderland six days […] [Read More]