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Gallant, Mayfield suspended: Video

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The initial suspensions are out from last night’s fun in Hershey: (H/t: Ray) Brett Gallant gets today for his third game misconduct that counts (two times getting in two fights against Springfield early in the year), and Scott Mayfield is suspended indefinitely pending review for coming out of the penalty box. Liam O’Brien is also […] [Read More]
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Returns to the Land of Chocolate: Hershey liveblog

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On Bridgeport’s last trip to Hershey, it was without Ryan Pulock, when he got his call-up and warmup. It’ll make its second (and different-kind-of-last) trip, but with Pulock this time after he missed, basically, 20 games for an entirely different reason. We’re home, unfortunately (or with the weather, maybe the opposite), but we’ll be listening […] [Read More]

Returning to action: Providence pregame

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The returns of John Persson, Brett Gallant and Harry Zolnierczyk rearrange things a bit from how they were last weekend (and all week), though not incredibly. One to scratch; looked like Justin Courtnall. Tommy Cross of Simsbury is a scratch for Providence, which has a slew of injuries, to go with Justin Florek’s illness, costing […] [Read More]

One day closer: Wednesday notes

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Three goalies on the ice to start practice Wednesday at Harbor Yard: Kevin Poulin was on through the first half or so before he went off. Still no timetable, Brent Thompson said. “Nothing’s changed,” Thompson said. “It’s all reaction to how he responds. Each day that’s a good day, we’ll say well, ok, that’s one […] [Read More]

Waiting on a few things: Tuesday notes

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And as the header says, may be updated… Still no Brett Gallant (upper body) on the ice; Brent Thompson said he’s going through various tests of exertion over the next few days, and as he’s cleared through those he’ll be closer to getting cleared for practice. Thompson said he’s not expecting Gallant to play this […] [Read More]

Gallant out, McDonald back: Super Sunday notes

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Brett Gallant was the only unexpected absence today for Bridgeport. Upper body, day-to-day, Brent Thompson said, on a hit Gallant took in the third period last night. “He says he’s feeling OK,” Thompson said. “We’ll see how he progresses.” Thompson told a good one about how Gallant wound up on that power-play shift last night […] [Read More]
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An end to comebacks: Portland postgame

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“I mean, we’re resilient for sure,” Harry Zolnierczyk said. ““It’s our starts.” We’ll take the first period as a whole as a start tonight (because you start with Brett Gallant’s first professional power-play goal, that’s not a bad technical-start). Alex Bolduc’s goal at the front of the net. Evan Oberg’s power-play goal. You can start […] [Read More]

Change at the top

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We let this pass kind of quietly after discussing it along the way, but Brett Gallant’s fight with Dylan McIlrath in Sunday’s game gave him the team record. Name Years PIM Brett Gallant 2010-15 707 Eric Godard 2001-05 705 Micheal Haley 2007-12 639 Graham Belak 2001-05 434 Pascal Morency 2007-10 416 Through 1/11/15 [Read More]

Poulin up/on McGrath and Gallants: WBS linkage

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Patrick McGrath, called up to Wilkes-Barre from Wheeling last night, had this beauty of a tilt against Gallant earlier this month. Sure, the Gallant was Alex, Brett’s younger brother and, briefly, McGrath’s junior teammate. But still. If Brett Gallant draws back into Bridgeport’s lineup tonight, he’ll still be seven penalty minutes behind Eric Godard’s team […] [Read More]

Rearrangement pre-Norfolk: Monday notes

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The past two games, C.J. Stretch had sat late after penalties. His spot on that line was occupied by Alan Quine this morning, between Cory Conacher and Harry Zolnierczyk (Mike Halmo: upper body, day-to-day*). Peter Sivak was up with Kael Mouillierat and Colin McDonald. “It’s a discipline issue,” Brent Thompson said after he’d skated the […] [Read More]