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Halmo to the Bolts: Saturday notes

Excited to be joining the @TBLightning organization. Letssss goooooooooo— Michael Halmo (@mhalmz) July 9, 2016 After four-plus seasons, Halmo departs seventh in goals (56) and seventh in PIM

Sure shots: Portland postgame

“At the end of the day, we’re a team that has to shoot the puck,” Brent Thompson said. “We’re going to generate chances getting the puck on net and winning the hard areas.” Um, yeah. It’s a special

One more time: WBS pregame

Looks like the same lineup for Bridgeport, down to the goaltender, so Mike Halmo plays his 200th AHL game (to go with 20 in the NHL) today in the Wilkes-Barre rematch, one goal shy of 50. He’s the

Nine and a hundred: Quine/Halmobox

Blew off two milestones: RankNameGPG-A-Pts 7Trent Hunter15060-76-136 8Justin Mapletoft 24047-83-130 9Alan Quine181*44-79-123 10Aaron Ness28023-100-123 …………. 16Sean Bentivoglio22641-68-109

Ludwig up, others day to day: Thursday notes

Bridgeport practiced this morning without Mike Halmo, who Brent Thompson reported as not feeling well. They’ll see how he is for Friday’s game in Providence against the Bruins, who’ve got Frankie

Points in 11: Lehigh Valley postgame

Jake Brenk goes the full Terry Koharski in this one in the last 10 minutes, as a stick rides up and catches Justin Vaive up high; tough to tell where, can’t tell whose, and I didn’t catch the stick

Streaking Tigers: Wilkes-Barre postgame

Would you feel a little more confident in that last penalty kill if you’ve got Scott Mayfield in from Detroit? Probably. But the guys who were here got it done. Ben Holmstrom said to give a lot of

Feeling it: Albany postgame

Ryan Pulock’s blocked shot takes some of the juice out of this one, though we have no information yet whether he’ll miss so much as the skills contest, let alone time after the break. Which is kind of

Seeing how things look tomorrow: Friday notes

Status quo all around, at the moment, apparently: on the lineup, and on the schedule*, too. (The NHL just announced tonight’s Caps-Ducks game, which had already been moved up to 5 p.m., is off.) Edit,

If that’s all: Thursday notes

They were without Mike Halmo this morning; swelling around his eye from last night’s puck to the face, so he didn’t skate. They looked roughly the same as they were (Sebastian Collberg in his spot),