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Adds up to the ‘L’ word: WBS postgame

Not one for the vault, not at all, the Sound Tigers’ worst loss and first seven-goals-against game since David Leggio’s last game here, coincidentally also against Wilkes-Barre, March 1, 2015. The ‘E’

Missouri reshuffle: Three down, one up (updated: Mayfield back)

The forwards are back to resembling normal, but the back end remains in a bit of flux, and Bridgeport’s post-weekend rearrangement sent Parker Milner, Josh Holmstrom and Tyler Barnes back to Missouri

McCormack ATO, Leduc to Missouri

Bridgeport sent Loic Leduc to Missouri (ECHL) tonight and signed defenseman Graeme McCormack to an amateur tryout. McCormack just finished up at Bemidji State, where his teammates included one Ruslan

Dusty/Road: Thursday notes

A short, brisk one Thursday before they headed up to Syracuse to meet Jonathan Drouin and the Crunch, then head down I-81 to start a home-and-home with the Penguins. The Sound Tigers looked about as

Milner sticks, Williams down: Wednesday notes (updated: Leduc up)

Christopher Gibson’s return from the NHL meant someone had to go down. And that turns out to be Stephon Williams. Parker Milner remained with the Sound Tigers opposite Gibson at Wonderland this

Burroughs up, Leduc down: Wednesday notes

The other half of the Kyle Burroughs call-up? Loic Leduc was sent down to Missouri. If you had to guess, that probably would have been it: Leduc has played only six AHL games, and he hadn’t played in

Comet makes periodic visit: Utica pregame

Same lineup as the other night, for Bridgeport, but with Christopher Gibson in net, and Sebastian Collberg returning for the called-up Taylor Beck. Bridgeport also, as Brent Thompson said was a

Three sent down: Tuesday notes

The Sound Tigers didn’t skate this morning — awaiting a box score — but afterward, three transactions hit the wire: Carter Verhaeghe and Loic Leduc reassigned to Missouri (ECHL); Patrick Cullity

Collberg out: Wilkes-Barre pregame

Sebastian Collberg was slow to the bench with a few minutes to go last night after taking a hit from Anton Blidh (who finished that shift with a penalized hit on Justin Florek, who came on for

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