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Notes from vacation: Friday notes

Training camp gets underway in earnest on the Island tomorrow. (Burning off bits of vacation, as it happens in the living room, not that we’d be hanging out in Uniondale anyway.) The Big Club

Lines from Langkow/Admirals win: Tuesday notes

Caught up with Chris Langkow tonight. “It’s definitely nice to know you have something for next year,” Langkow said. “It’s something to push yourself for. I’m really excited.” His first AHL contract

Langkow returns

The Sound Tigers announced an AHL deal with Chris Langkow for next season. Did a nice job in a shifting role this past season, and Brent Thompson knows well what he can do, too.

Killers: Adirondack postgame

Flow? No. The box at this instant says 14 power plays, but it ignores the Halmo rough in the second as well as the Sundstrom board in the third that made it a five-on-three. So it’s 16* power plays,

Beginning comebacks, birthday greetings: Thursday practice

Edit2: The AHL transactions quietly note AHL contracts for both Chris Langkow and Mike Cornell. Their PTOs were due to expire after tomorrow night’s game in Manchester. Great day today:)and it's

Shuffled deck, familiar hand

So we’d heard Tuesday night that Kirill Kabanov was on his way back, that Sean Wiles was on his way in, that it sure looked like Chris Langkow was joining them. True on all of them come this morning

The triumphant* homecoming of Jason Guerriero

Sacred Heart plays its last Harbor Yard game of the season, and in case I’m running around a bit post-that-game/pre-pro-game, just wanted to get the framework of the pregame post up. Should be Anders

Moving around

Two men missing this morning, one newcomer, one in a different but not unusual spot. Let’s start with who wasn’t here. Chris Langkow was released from his PTO, which sends him back to Alaska to get

Getting healthier

Not only were there no defensemen missing for Bridgeport this morning, there was an extra body up front: Chris Langkow took the full practice for the first time since October. He said he felt good.

Them’s the breaks

For 30 minutes or so, it looked as if this post was going to be a panegyric to the power play, a whole lot of “is this where it turns around” and such. And then Brock Trotter and Nathan Oystrick broke