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Dalhuisen for Adam Brace

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The Sound Tigers traded Quinnipiac’s Mike Dalhuisen to San Antonio for rookie right winger Adam Brace, 25. Two guys who’ve been in the ECHL for a couple of months and apparently remain there: Brace goes to Stockton (ECHL); Dan Weiss says Dalhuisen to Cincinnati. Dalhuisen played only four games here, between the numbers game and […] [Read More]
Categories: Brace, Dalhuisen, Stockton

On two-for-two swaps

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On for practice today were two newbies, Scooter Vaughan (wearing No. 7 on the helmet) and Matt Lowry (stepping right into Nick Larson’s No. 17, it appeared). A chance to get a look at some new guys while the injured recover, Scott Pellerin said. The obvious question is, why not Larson and Mike Dalhuisen? Part […] [Read More]

A(nother) swap at forward (and defense)

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The transactions today indicate that Bridgeport has sent Mike Dalhuisen and Nick Larson down to Stockton. Somewhat interesting; Dalhuisen has only played a bit, interrupted by that head injury; Larson had slipped back to the fourth line with Brett Gallant’s return. Edit, 5:15 p.m.: The other half of this day: ECHL transactions say that South […] [Read More]

Nine defensemen: Party like it’s October

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Almost a flashback this morning at Harbor Yard: Bridgeport had nine defensemen out there for practice before they headed up to Glens Falls for tomorrow night’s game. The nine included the seven who dressed for warmup Sunday plus Sean Escobedo, out the past weekend after taking a hit in practice during the week, and Mike […] [Read More]

Hershey from afar: Liveblog

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No trip to the Land of Chocolate for us tonight, so we’ll be listening to Scott Stuccio and following Tim Leone, Corey and Scott. Eventually, the box should be here. Scott Linesburgh reports the logical move from Stockton: Mike Dalhuisen is coming up. Prescout early: Adirondack started at 5 in Albany and is leading in […] [Read More]

Ness up

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The Islanders announced they’ve recalled Aaron Ness this morning. He could get his first NHL action since the spring of 2012 tonight in Raleigh. Bridgeport, as mentioned, isn’t skating today. Scott Pellerin said earlier this week that if the Isles did call for someone, he expected a parallel move here as soon as possible to […] [Read More]
Categories: Dalhuisen, Ness, Stockton

Bruton out, Larson coming

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Chris Bruton is out for the week, and Nick Larson is coming up from Stockton. Scott Pellerin said Bruton has an upper-body injury that will keep him out through the weekend at least, so he’ll miss Sunday’s game against Binghamton. He’ll be reevaluated next week. (Pellerin said he hadn’t received a report on Brett Gallant […] [Read More]

AHL site: Two defensemen down

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Nine defensemen is a lot, and it looks like Bridgeport got itself to seven: The AHL website’s transactions have Mike Dalhuisen and Mike Keenan going to Stockton. Neither had played in the first four games here. The Thunder start for real Saturday at home, and though they have an early-season gap or two in their […] [Read More]
Categories: Dalhuisen, Keenan, Stockton

Penalty avoidance 101

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Three fights for Brett Gallant (including one in which he and Krys Barch took off each other’s helmets to avoid the new penalty) and a goal for line-with-nickname-to-come-if-necessary in the Islanders’ preseason win in New Jersey. A fight for Mike Dalhuisen, and Joey Diamond fought Stephen Gionta at the end of the game, too, after […] [Read More]

Friday liveblog, several hours early (signings)

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Bridgeport announced three signings this afternoon, so we’ll get the post started early and continue it later with game stuff. Under AHL contracts for next season: Mike Dalhuisen of Quinnipiac, discussed Tuesday; Riley Wetmore of UMass Lowell, former Scott Campbell teammate; and Cornell’s Greg Miller, whose Big Red bio says he’s the first three-time scoring […] [Read More]