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Leggio day-to-day/Andrey’s gone: Wednesday notes

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Bridgeport practiced this morning a man short on defense — Andrey Pedan’s got a game tonight for Utica — and, for a while, with an extra goalie. But David Leggio departed early. “It depends how his body responds,” Brent Thompson said. “Right now, the big thing for me is I don’t know how he’s going […] [Read More]

Pedan to Vancouver

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The Islanders announced that they’ve traded Andrey Pedan to Vancouver for Alexandre Mallet and a third-rounder in 2016. Mallet had been with Kalamazoo and goes straight to Stockton. A third-year pro centerman, drafted at 20 after an 81-point season in the QMJHL, Mallet has six points in 77 AHL games split between Chicago and Utica, […] [Read More]
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Some reverting, some returning: Springfield pregame

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Bridgeport goes for its sixth win in a row, which would be its longest streak since the last seven games of February, all regulation-time victories, the last six games of the Olympic break and the first game after. (Things didn’t go so well after that.) Appears they do it with Andrey Pedan. Pedan hasn’t played […] [Read More]

Pedan to Stockton, attrition: Thursday notes

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He wasn’t cracking the top six here with the present cast, so Andrey Pedan got a seat on a plane… though not the best seat. He’ll join Stockton for the Thunder’s two games in Idaho this weekend. Brent Thompson said he’ll be back, but he’s got to play, and with eight defensemen, he wasn’t expected […] [Read More]

Morals to the story: Hershey postgame

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Granted, there are no moral victories at this level, but that may’ve been among the more inspirational 5-4 losses around here. Team ATO down 3-0 to the Hershey Bears. Bridgeport hasn’t scored more than two against anyone but Adirondack since February. Bridgeport hasn’t scored more than one against a team still alive in the playoff […] [Read More]

Ups, downs, across (CAN-USA Fri.): Wednesday notes (updated)

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Edit2: ECHL transactions report says Andrey Pedan is coming back up from Stockton. So make it eight again. Edit: Bridgeport sent Mike Cornell down to Florida (ECHL) this afternoon. Presumably a further casualty of the numbers (see below), though interesting as one of the only two righty shots left (if you count Scooter Vaughan as […] [Read More]

Friday notes: Finley on the way

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Everybody who’d been here before the break apparently made it back travel-wise; some had dicey connections, but they made it. The only absence noted: Justin Johnson, who’ll be out about 10 days, lower-body, said Scott Pellerin. There’s another player expected tomorrow, though, who would’ve been in today if not for the weather: Joe Finley, out […] [Read More]
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No milestone: Albany postgame

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Pedan to Stockton

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Andrey Pedan is cleared to play. He’ll do enough of that the next week with Stockton: The Islanders have reassigned him to the Thunder. The ECHL’s revamped schedule after the demise of the San Francisco Bulls keeps the Thunder in Alaska for the next week; they play the Aces Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. […] [Read More]

Skate a little: Tuesday notes (with edit)

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Gimme of the week: After being off for the Super Bowl on Sunday and again on Monday, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers skated. And skated. And skated some more. They’d gone through a practice already, which included three people who weren’t included on Saturday, to differing degrees of involvement. Ryan Strome, feeling OK, took practice in […] [Read More]