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News not optional/Milner up: Tuesday notes

Ross Johnston’s three-game suspension stemmed from his coming on the ice on a legal line change. Things simmered, all hell broke loose, he fought, and Bridgeport had six guys on the ice. He’ll do his

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

News optional: Wednesday notes

Optional today, though there was more interesting stuff happening in the runway than on the ice. Parker Milner appeared midway through to greet Boston College pal Joe Whitney, who doesn’t have a cast

Milner up, Gibson out: Tuesday notes

Bridgeport called up Parker Milner from Missouri today; he met the team for its practice in Portland, to which Christopher Gibson (“upper body”) did not travel. “It was better to rest him rather than

Verhaeghe day-to-day: Friday notes

Possibly the first change to the forwards since the winning streak began: Carter Verhaeghe sat out practice; “lower-body soreness,” Brent Thompson said. He’s day-to-day. That could open the door for

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

‘Bout changes and things: Rochester postgame

It might not have been to the “at some point you gotta do something” stage, but Bridgeport hasn’t broken out scoring much, it has only one win in two months without scoring three goals, and after it

Milner starts/lines asunder/power down: Rochester (!) pregame

Parker Milner’s last AHL start was Jan. 24, 2014, a Sound Tigers shootout win in Lewiston thanks to a Ryan Strome extra-attacker goal late. Since then, his AHL experience with the clock running is a

Seeking chances: Springfield postgame

Three goals, three penalties with 2:42 left. Happy new year 2004! #BST— Michael Fornabaio (@fornabaioctp) January 2, 2016 I kinda wish I’d thrown the “<3” after that The game turned in the

Getting (still) better: Providence postgame

About as strict a matchup as we’ve seen, especially this early in a season, in a while: Pelech-Mayfield against Khokhlachev, Frank Vatrano and Zack Phillips. They combined for nine shots, six of them