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No continuation, another loss: Worcester postgame

Biggest difference between this thing and Saturday’s win? “Overall urgency,” Brent Thompson said. “Each one-on-one battle. That was the difference. We didn’t win enough one-on-one battles. We lost D-side positioning.” The Sharks scored two quick goals in the second and didn’t have that lead particularly threatened. There were a few big drives on the power […] [Read More]

Deflation: Bring balls to “Pucks and Pigskins night” Saturday

Jumping smartly on the bandwagon, the Sound Tigers today announced a “DeflateGate” tie-in to go with Saturday’s already-planned football theme night: Donate your deflated football to the Cardinal Shehan Center, get $10 off a ticket Saturday. All donated footballs will be inflated by a member of Tire Shak and donated to the Cardinal Sheehan Center […] [Read More]
Categories: Just business, Leduc

More tomorrow (and later): Tuesday notes

Loic Leduc, with 15 on his helmet, was in town and practicing with the Sound Tigers today. It was a lighter skate, to get them back in the mindset after a day off, Brent Thompson said. Tomorrow, then, probably a little harder. (Today was tough enough for some of us*.) They’re awaiting results of an […] [Read More]

Another D out: Albany pregame 2

Griffin Reinhart was on for warmup today after missing a couple of shifts blocking a shot last night. But he didn’t take the line rushes, so it looks as if he’ll sit, Scooter Vaughan will move back to defense in that spot with Aaron Ness. Justin Courtnall and Brett Gallant get into the lineup, with […] [Read More]
Categories: Albany, Leduc, Pregame

Leduc signs

Loic Leduc’s junior team was knocked out a little too late for him to become ATO 13 and Player 66. He could be around a little earlier next season: The Islanders announced that he’s agreed to terms on his entry-level deal. That’s three locked up from the Islanders’ seven-defenseman draft two years ago. [Read More]
Categories: Leduc