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Mayfield up: Monday notes

The Islanders put Dennis Seidenberg on injured reserve this morning with a reportedly broken jaw, called up Scott Mayfield and may have Travis Hamonic set to make a surprise return to the lineup.

A’s for Kearns, Mayfield: Friday notes

This thing gets going in about 30 hours. Brent Thompson said today that Bracken Kearns and Scott Mayfield will serve as alternate captains to Ben Holmstrom. “They’re solid, character guys,” Thompson

Defense rotation: Friday notes (in two groups)

Two groups this morning at Wonderland, though there was already one man missing: The Sound Tigers released veteran defenseman Nick Petrecki from his tryout. “Numbers,” Brent Thompson said, “and

Mayfield re-ups

The Islanders announced that Scott Mayfield has re-signed for two years. It’s more interestingly a one-way contract: Arthur Staple reports it’s for an average $625,000.

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

Healthyish: Friday notes

Bridgeport expects Scott Mayfield and likely Justin Vaive to be available this weekend. Whether Mayfield plays both games is to be determined, Brent Thompson said, but he should be good to go. Not

Same as it was (but not): Tuesday notes

The basic array at Tuesday’s brisk practice was the same as it has been; Justin Vaive practiced, though he split time with Tanner Fritz in that spot (well, Vaive on the left, Fritz on the right,

Hurting and recovering/RIP, George Martin: Wednesday notes

The bullet points on Bridgeport’s walking (and limping, and getting around on crutches) wounded: –Kyle Burroughs is “week to week,” Brent Thompson said, which honestly is better than I thought it was

Mayfield out: Providence pregame

Brent Thompson said Scott Mayfield has been nursing an upper-body injury for a while, and it was aggravated the past couple of games. They’re hopeful it’s a 10-day-to-two-week thing, but, well, it’s a

On defense: Friday notes

Scott Mayfield didn’t want to comment directly on his three-game suspension, mostly just saying he hoped Steve Downie’s OK and that he doesn’t consider himself a dirty player, something Brent Thompson