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Knocked out

The AHL announced a two-game suspension to Jon Landry for what was called a charging major near the end of Friday’s game. Mike Keenan gets in for him, and Sean Backman wears an ‘A’ in his absence. The

Watkins named captain/DiPietro waived

Well, the news of the day shifted a bit after the morning skate when Arthur Staple reported that Rick DiPietro has been placed on waivers. Should he clear tomorrow, he’ll come down and Kevin Poulin

Landry to Aucoin

Sorry for the delay. Sec. 105, the warning about possible flying electronics is reiterated. Had a bunch of notebook leftovers from last night ready for today’s blog entry. Jon Landry, talking about

Going up

Appears that Bridgeport loses Hamonic, Wishart, Landry, Ullstrom, Cizikas, McDonald. I don’t know if that’s it, if that’s it for now, or what. But that’s what it appears at the moment. More later.

Penalties and Providence

They gave up three power-play goals in Hartford, but as Scott Pellerin said, it wasn’t really their worst PK night. Tonight was pretty good. Six Providence chances, on which Bridgeport outscored the

Sunday running (Landry, Watkins sign; Haley, Reese gone)

Not sure when a signing announcement really becomes official today, after the Avalanche tweeted that they’d signed Matt Carkner, but now the world seems to agree that he’s going to be a New York

Game 2 pregame

Tony Romano and Jon Landry return to the lineup, with Kael Mouillierat and Mark Katic removed. It’s naturally Kevin Poulin in goal. The Whale have 2011 first-rounder J.T. Miller on for warmup, and

Changes tomorrow?

Jon Landry joined the main group for practice, which included some power-play work, and Tony Romano appeared more involved as well. Could they be getting in for Game 2? “Landry’s day-to-day; we’ll see


Norfolk’s a darned good team. Toss St. John’s into the mix wherever you’d like, but the Admirals and the Penguins are probably two of the best teams Bridgeport faces. Darned, darned good power play,

Things add up

It didn’t look like their night for a while. Chances weren’t going. Anton Khudobin was making saves. The Bruins built themselves a lead. It wasn’t big enough. No Cizikas, no Ullstrom, no great shakes