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Departed history (updated)

For the Bridgeport Sound Tigers: Points per game (min. 5 GP) NameGPG-A-PtsPPG Josh Bailey116-11-171.55 Jeff Tambellini 11371-67-1381.22 Ryan Strome4715-41-561.19 Dustin Jeffrey208-15-231.15 Eric

Singalong: “Whatever Became of Dono?”

/Furiously rewriting Tom Lehrer’s “Whatever Became of Hubert?” with Matt Donovan references Almost sent that as a tweet several times during the Islanders-Capitals playoff series, but never did. But

Two more in: Monday notes

Drying out from a soggy night at Harbor Yard, though glad the Brakettes and Bluefish will give it another go on Sunday. Seemed like they were having fun. Decent crowd, too. CapGeek tonight reported

Squared away: Saturday notes

Notes from the stats update: Scooter Vaughan scored three short-handed goals, which led AHL rookies (as well as, um, defensemen, though that’s obviously bookkeeping; he was playing forward). Appears

They belong to the World: off-day notes

The United States team that’ll seek our first non-Olympic world championship since 1933 will include Matt Donovan and Brock Nelson, USA Hockey announced Tuesday. The tournament’s in Belarus beginning

Full weekend: Albany postgame

The Devils had moments where they were coming pretty hard — “Albany always comes hard, finishes checks,” Matt Donovan said; “you’ve kind of got to match it” — but Anders Nilsson made sure they

Late-Breaking: Adirondack postgame

It’s kind of the story of the night: “We said let’s go and play in their end,” John Persson said. Backstory might be nice, I guess. There was a shift in the second period where Vaughan-Quine-Persson

No milestone: Albany postgame

Close if not imminent: Tuesday notes

So Matt Donovan was here for “an 18-minute warmup,” Scott Pellerin said; the Islanders called him back up this morning, placing Travis Hamonic on injured reserve. Arthur Staple reports as we’d figured
Categories: 'Round the League , Bruton , Donovan , Pedan , RIP

Belated tip of cap, JC: Monday notes

I don’t know how I missed this, but Jeremy Colliton announced his retirement earlier this month in Sweden. Concussions. Brutal. (In talking with someone about the Dane Byers hit on Aaron Ness a couple