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Draft day: Nino to the Wild/picks/Greenwich everywhere

Nino Niederreiter and his agent got their wish: Arthur Staple first reported Niederreiter to the Wild for Cal Clutterbuck and a third-round pick today. Clutterbuck adds grit and some skill to the Big

The 10th one’s the tricky one

Switzerland was 9-0 at the World Championship through Saturday. But Sweden is the World Champion, coming back from an early deficit to win gold on Sunday. The U.S. coughed up a 2-0 lead in the

Niederreiter, Switzerland looking golden

The rest of the organization waits at home, but Nino Niederreiter’s playing for gold on Sunday. He scored the first goal on a two-on-one off a neutral-zone turnover, and he assisted on Reto Suri’s

Building block, but over

So it ends for the Big Club, in overtime at home in Game 6. Fine job to get themselves in; a good step along the way. (“Now do it again,” etc.) Brock Nelson played 7:44 in his NHL debut, on for the

Where were we?

Notes and links: The Big Club continues to impress. Coming back off a tough one Sunday (Islanders fans, you dreaded that first TV time out, no?), they bounced back Tuesday night with a resilient 6-4

Staying in it

Kyle Okposo was somehow not the first star tonight in Pittsburgh as the Big Club got a win in Game 2. The Islanders had a good first period but trailed 3-1. Okposo fought Matt Niskanen after a bump on

Ends, to seasons and careers

(Covered my first game since Game 76 tonight. Lacrosse. It ended 19-2. A little different.) Binghamton took a lead to the third. The Penguins scored three, one into an empty net, before the Senators

Worcester pregame: Chasing Nino

Nino Niederreiter has led Bridgeport in scoring, whether outright in points or on the goals tiebreaker, since Bridgeport’s second goal of the season. Casey Cizikas scored the first one off Travis

Falcons, without Nino

No Nino Niederreiter: “He did his rehab (Saturday morning), but he’s not 100 percent,” Scott Pellerin said. “He’s day-to-day.” Joey Diamond makes his pro debut, with some changes in the line

Saturday morning notes

A few bits for a Saturday morning when the team’s hundreds of miles away: –The AHL announced its all-star starters, and a quarter of them are local: Nino Niederreiter and Matt Donovan in the East;