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Day 1 wrapup: Snow chats, Tuesday notes

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Well, that was a different kind of day. The IHDBs on the new guys the Islanders signed Tuesday: On two-ways: Jack Skille Harry Zolnierczyk David Leggio And one Kael Mouillierat. “It was definitely important to be back in a place I was familiar with and comfortable with,” Mouillierat said; knowing the coaching staff also helped. […] [Read More]

Meaningful glances and chats

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Micheal Haley returns against Worcester; Mike Moore isn’t back. We’ll see what (if anything) follows from that. Rhett Rakhshani out with “lower-body soreness,” but Kael Mouillierat returns. Tyler McNeely is scratched to make room for Haley. Worcester has one to scratch, and Frazer McLaren seemed to be the one hanging out in the neutral zone. […] [Read More]

Springfield pregame (updated)

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To save a bunch of commenters saying “Olson was traded to Houston,” summary of the day so far, and we’ll tack lineups on here around 6:45 with anything else in between: –Benn Olson to the Aeros for future considerations. He’d barely played here since the new year, and with the bodies coming back, it didn’t […] [Read More]

Stuff we may know

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We don’t know a heck of a lot, as we’ve maintained a rough radio silence since roughly Thursday. But… –Anders Nilsson was sent back down after Friday’s game. (If you’re an RSSer who has also been laying low since Nilsson and Micheal Haley were called up Wednesday, you’ll also want to note that Dylan Reese […] [Read More]

Three PTOs released/Monday notes/Tuesday chat

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Bridgeport released Wes Cunningham, Kael Mouillierat and Tyler Ruegsegger from their tryouts today. Their ECHL teams all have games this week — Ruegsegger and Mouillierat could play each other three times in Boise by Friday — and there’s the possibility of players getting healthy here. Josh Hennessy wound up with a broken nose on a […] [Read More]

It keeps turning

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The roster keeps turning over. Kael Mouillierat at last arrived, and they finished up the skate with 13 forwards, seven defensemen and two goalies. (Brett Gallant and Anton Klementyev were the extras.) Ah, but then the Islanders announced that Kevin Poulin and Calvin de Haan were on their way back down. Andrew MacDonald and Mark […] [Read More]

One in, one out

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Edit: Arthur Staple tweets this afternoon to expect either Aaron Ness or Calvin de Haan to get the call to fill in for Steve Staios. For either one, it’ll be his NHL debut. Casey Cizikas was back in practice today, between Scott Howes and Sean Backman. But they were still at 12 forwards: Jeremy Colliton […] [Read More]