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Pulock out, Boulton waived

Dennis Seidenberg delayed the inevitable, right, that Bridgeport was eventually going to be down to one or two from the Pulock/Pelech/Mayfield group for the long haul. But that comes at Ryan Pulock’s

Every child had a pretty good shot: Lehigh Valley postgame

Strongest of the three games, it looked from video, when Allentown wasn’t smothering the screen in graphics and fans and promos. (Didn’t actually see the last goal for a few minutes. Anyway.) Didn’t

Pulock up

The Islanders announced this afternoon that they’ve recalled Ryan Pulock. The most important consequence of this for the Islanders is that they say it’s under emergency conditions, which means that

Pelech, Pulock down: Tuesday notes

The Islanders got to 23 this afternoon about the only way they could. They put Eric Boulton on injured reserve, they lost P.A. Parenteau to the Devils on waivers, and after we got back upstairs from

Busy days, continued: Tuesday notes

Adam Pelech in the house. Arthur Staple wrote the story last night on his comeback from surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome. We talked further; story in tomorrow’s paper. No 4-10 reunion yet, though:

Gibson up/Pelech down/Quine POTW (Monday running)

The Islanders announced earlier this morning that Christopher Gibson has been called up under emergency conditions. J.F. Berube’s day-to-day, lower body. Ryan Pulock is expected back in for them

Deadline day ’16: the liveblog

Might as well start this post now, because the Bears have had some changes tonight. Washington made two deals: The Caps acquired Hartford’s captain, Ryan Bourque, reuniting him with Chris, in exchange

Shut down: Providence (2) postgame

The last team to hold Frankie Vatrano without a point was Montreal, Jan. 19. The last team Stephon Williams beat was Wichita, Jan. 29. So naturally this is a clean win for Bridgeport tonight. Stalwart

Pulock up

In pretty much the least-shocking news ever. While we’re here, Buster Olney this morning tweeted this story from Vancouver about the incredible memorabilia that two brothers found in their

Never dull: Albany postgame

Sharp seemed to be the word of the day. More precisely, that’s what they weren’t. They were going early, had chances early: three posts. They got back even in the second period, then gave up a weird