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Offday notes

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Thanks everyone.. First pro game went pretty good, can't complain about playing in front of over 8600 people either #freitus? #almost — Brant Harris (@barris11) April 1, 2014 –Tuesday’s was Justin Johnson’s first fight since the “legal line change” fight with Zack Stortini in Norfolk in early January. –Chris Bruton is Bridgeport’s Man of the […] [Read More]

Shuffled deck, familiar hand

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So we’d heard Tuesday night that Kirill Kabanov was on his way back, that Sean Wiles was on his way in, that it sure looked like Chris Langkow was joining them. True on all of them come this morning — though Kabanov’s still en route — but the other half of that equation turned out […] [Read More]

New faces

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A changed-up mix on the ice this morning, not least because of the three goalies. Anders Nilsson looked and felt pretty good, though no immediate timetable on getting him back in a game. More from him in the paper tomorrow. There was also a new defenseman in the mix, wearing No. 5: Mike Keenan, a […] [Read More]

Three moves

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Team gets back on the ice tomorrow, but in the meantime (happy St. Joseph’s Day, by the way), to put them in one place, three moves since last we spoke: –Jason Clark back up from Gwinnett. He’s been out for about five weeks down there. –Adam Huxley released from his PTO. –Marc Cantin reassigned to […] [Read More]
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Clark to the Coast

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Bridgeport announced earlier today that Jason Clark has been sent to the Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL), cutting 15 forwards to 14. Team’s off today. A note to file away for the weekend, maybe: Stephen Gionta signed with Albany. [Read More]

Springier

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The biggest difference, from Friday to Saturday, to Kevin Poulin? Maybe Sunday to Thursday. “I think we had too much time to kill,” Poulin said. They’d been off since that third win, while Worcester needed a win. “They were more hungry.” Bridgeport responded with some hunger tonight and earned itself a win in the bonus […] [Read More]

Late notes

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Hey, the blog’s back! Or at least it looks like it in IE9. Thanks for your patience, both you who had problems, and you who put up with me complaining about problems. If it’s still problematic for you, let me know. While most of the Sound Tigers practiced on the original rink at Wonderland this […] [Read More]

Pellerin on his way?/Clark signs

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Think Brian Compton had this name out there first as a man in the mix: It appears the eighth coach of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers is going to be Scott Pellerin. A teammate of Garth Snow’s at Maine (he missed Jack Capuano by a year), Pellerin, 42, has been an assistant with Manchester since 2006. […] [Read More]