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Ups, downs, across (CAN-USA Fri.): Wednesday notes (updated)

Edit2: ECHL transactions report says Andrey Pedan is coming back up from Stockton. So make it eight again. Edit: Bridgeport sent Mike Cornell down to Florida (ECHL) this afternoon. Presumably a further casualty of the numbers (see below), though interesting as one of the only two righty shots left (if you count Scooter Vaughan as […] [Read More]

On two-for-two swaps

On for practice today were two newbies, Scooter Vaughan (wearing No. 7 on the helmet) and Matt Lowry (stepping right into Nick Larson’s No. 17, it appeared). A chance to get a look at some new guys while the injured recover, Scott Pellerin said. The obvious question is, why not Larson and Mike Dalhuisen? Part […] [Read More]

A(nother) swap at forward (and defense)

The transactions today indicate that Bridgeport has sent Mike Dalhuisen and Nick Larson down to Stockton. Somewhat interesting; Dalhuisen has only played a bit, interrupted by that head injury; Larson had slipped back to the fourth line with Brett Gallant’s return. Edit, 5:15 p.m.: The other half of this day: ECHL transactions say that South […] [Read More]

Quick Thursday Friday* update

Status quo after a day off — the injured still to be evaluated next week, same lines and same seven defensemen — except that the open spot was filled with rookie Nick Larson, who’s wearing No. 17 (putting him and Anders Lee in their Notre Dame numbers). Scott Pellerin wasn’t making any promises that the […] [Read More]

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 Sunday’s game against Binghamton. He’ll be reevaluated next week. (Pellerin said he hadn’t received a report on Brett Gallant […] [Read More]

Add another AHL deal: Larson

Bridgeport announced an AHL two-way contract for forward Nick Larson. A Calgary draft pick originally; played four years at Notre Dame and an ATO with Peoria last year. Bridgeport now has roughly the population of Stockton on AHL deals but has no mathematical AHL veterans. …. Crossing the timeline at about the same time: RIP, […] [Read More]
Categories: Larson, RIP