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

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

Pedan to Vancouver

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

Some reverting, some returning: Springfield pregame

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

Pedan to Stockton, attrition: Thursday notes

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.

Morals to the story: Hershey postgame

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

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

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

Friday notes: Finley on the way

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,

No milestone: Albany postgame

Pedan to Stockton

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

Skate a little: Tuesday notes (with edit)

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