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Keenan to Stockton: Tuesday notes

Bridgeport has sent Mike Keenan back to Stockton after scratching him the past two games. Would get you more, but was a touch under the weather (no pun intended) this morning and didn’t make the trip.

Meetings of the minds

I could swear it wasn’t this close. I mean shots, first and foremost, but you could say the same about the game. The players met for, ballpark, 10 minutes after the game. The coaches’ doors were shut,

Monday Frustration

Not a whole lot of happy floating around the Wonderland of Ice this morning. They skated on one rink, crossed the lobby, skated on the other, then skated at the end. Then skated a little more. They
Categories: Finley, Keenan

Bruton out, Larson coming

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

AHL site: Two defensemen down

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
Categories: Dalhuisen, Keenan, Stockton

Reiter, Keenan, Jackson re-sign

The Sound Tigers are expected to announce shortly that Kenny Reiter, Dallas Jackson and Mike Keenan have signed AHL contracts for next season. Familiar faces and added depth. …. Grand Rapids goes

Bring in the closers

They got a little bit from everyone, getting the rookie goal-scoring record from one guy, getting their standout young defenseman a share of the league lead, getting another strong comeback game from

Debuts and returns

Appears that Nino Niederreiter returns, at least from the first rushes. Jordan Hill rushed with the defensemen. We’ll see who they scratch. Appears Mike Keenan makes his pro debut, though; he rushed
Categories: Albany, Keenan, Pregame

New faces

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