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Playoffs somewhere: Monday notes

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Bridgeport treated today’s practice a little like a morning skate, Scott Pellerin said, complete with the forwards all wearing orange rather than different colors for different lines. That’s OK. A slew of Sound Tigers weren’t there anymore. Stockton should be loaded up next month. Bridgeport sent Matt Mangene, Jeremy Langlois and Riley Wetmore to the […] [Read More]

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]

Seven’s a trend: Providence postgame

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Tough start. They spend most of the first period in their own end but do enough to get out of it down only… 1-1? “That’s obviously a huge goal,” Andrew Clark said, “for Marty (Joey Martin) to read the play and pick the pass off, make a nice shot. We came in after the first, […] [Read More]

Clark (Andrew) up from Stockton

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With Johan Sundstrom out indefinitely, the Sound Tigers brought up Andrew Clark from Stockton on a PTO. “We made the decision yesterday,” Scott Pellerin said. “We’ve had some great reports on him and the way he’s played in Stockton. He was ECHL player of the week. He’s earned a call up.” Clark was 10-16-26 for […] [Read More]