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Couple for Quine: Post-All-Star quotes

“Fun, a lot of fun,” were the first words out of Alan Quine’s mouth when I got to him through the packed dressing room after the all-star game/challenge/classic concluded. You played three games to
Categories: Quine

Wrapping Sunday/state of the league Monday notes

Links, some delayed for technical reasons, from last night: Sean Backman credited Mike Stothers’ faith in his offensive game as a big factor in recapturing it. (Stothers was money.) Catching up,
Categories: Alumni watch , Backman , Just business , Pulock , Quine

They’re walkin’ here: St. John’s postgame

“Baby steps,” Brent Thompson said. He pointed out that, when the IceCaps had odd-man rushes, it wasn’t as much from defensemen pinching in the offensive zone, as it had been in past games; it was more
Categories: Alumni watch , Berube , Halmo , Postgame , Quine

Berube back, Aneloski in: Tuesday notes

Bryce Aneloski joined the group, up from Missouri wearing No. 55, as did Calder Cup-winning goalie Jean-Francois Berube… again, back from the injury he suffered in Albany on Nov. 25. He’ll play
Categories: Aneloski , Berube , College , Missouri , Quine

Quine STILL closer: Wednesday notes

Further to yesterday’s post and this morning’s story, Alan Quine took contact this morning in practice and said he felt good. Brent Thompson reiterated that they’ll take it day by day, but it’s a
Categories: Quine, RIP, Williams

Quine closer: Tuesday notes

(Made coffee. Opened packets of sweetener. Poured sweetener in garbage. Turned back to mug with empty wrappers. That’s right, ladies, he’s single.) All hands on deck today, including the once-ill

Quineless: Hartford pregame

Hoping for an Alan Quine update postgame. As expected, he’s not playing tonight, which gets Jesse Root in for the first time this season and the first time in the AHL since March 21 for Texas in
Categories: Hartford, Pregame, Quine

CHAOS: Utica postgame

It was a year ago this month (its now being November, and time flying and whatnot) that Alan Quine, going to the net in Hartford, went down behind the goal line, allowing the other five players on the

Summertime, two months early: 2014-15 wrap

Both Brent Thompson and Dave Stickney had their dogs in the room today. Scooter Vaughan walked in, saw them both running around with Jack Gallant, and asked the only logical question: “Where are we

Down with a fight (eventually): Springfield postgame

The gamer is almost exclusively about the last 35 seconds, so I’ll try to dwell on the first 59:25 here after mentioning that Brett Gallant, if nothing somehow changes, has a suspension of two