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Lamoureux coming: Tuesday notes

For the moment Tuesday morning at Wonderland, the Sound Tigers looked more or less as expected: With Matt Lashoff out after taking a high hit Sunday, status quo ante on defense (Lashoff isn’t expected

No need to yell: Hartford postgame

There’s no reason, Scooter Vaughan said, that this team should be forcing the coaches to blister the paint between periods, to get the blood pressure up. They know what they’ve got to do. They’ve got

Notes from vacation: Friday notes

Training camp gets underway in earnest on the Island tomorrow. (Burning off bits of vacation, as it happens in the living room, not that we’d be hanging out in Uniondale anyway.) The Big Club
Categories: Alumni watch , Langkow , RIP , Rulebook , Stretch

Squared away: Saturday notes

Notes from the stats update: Scooter Vaughan scored three short-handed goals, which led AHL rookies (as well as, um, defensemen, though that’s obviously bookkeeping; he was playing forward). Appears

Vaughan re-ups: Thursday notes

Scooter Vaughan’s PTO was set to expire this weekend. Good news for him and the Sound Tigers: He’ll be here a lot longer than that. Vaughan signed an AHL deal for next season, earning his way to a

24 hours to go: Tuesday notes

After an offensively challenged couple of days, Bridgeport’s lines were tweaked when the Sound Tigers got back to work Tuesday. Andrew Clark was where Johan Sundstrom had been Sunday (presumably for

Late-Breaking: Adirondack postgame

It’s kind of the story of the night: “We said let’s go and play in their end,” John Persson said. Backstory might be nice, I guess. There was a shift in the second period where Vaughan-Quine-Persson

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

Moving the puck: Thursday notes

They worked a little on the power play Thursday morning at Wonderland. They tried some different ideas, Scott Pellerin said, a little trickier because Eric Boguniecki, who coaches the power play, had

On two-for-two swaps

On for practice today were two newbies, Scooter Vaughan (wearing No. 7 on the helmet) and Matt Lowry (stepping right into Nick Larson’s No. 17, it appeared). A chance to get a look at some new guys
Categories: Dalhuisen , Larson , Lowry , Schools , Stockton