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Devos in, Wiles out

Arriving late in the morning skate at Wonderland (because there’s basketball at the arena): Calder Cup champion Philip-Michael Devos, who’s joining the Sound Tigers on a pro tryout. (And yes, if you remember his stops in Norfolk and Syracuse, tonight he’ll become the first Sound Tiger to wear No. 88; he’ll actually become the first […] [Read More]
Categories: Devos, Wiles

A day’s work

So they worked. They skated at the Wonderland of Ice. Awhile. Started on one sheet; went to the other. (That’s not that unusual here, but they gave both sheets a beating.) They do skating drills with coaches calling out “first period,” “second period,” “third period.” Naturally, today there was overtime. “They’re going to put in […] [Read More]
Categories: Cantin, de Haan, Milner, Sim, Wiles

Shuffled deck, familiar hand

So we’d heard Tuesday night that Kirill Kabanov was on his way back, that Sean Wiles was on his way in, that it sure looked like Chris Langkow was joining them. True on all of them come this morning — though Kabanov’s still en route — but the other half of that equation turned out […] [Read More]

Added forward/lost forward

Another Long Island guy on an ATO: Syosset’s Ben Rosen, late of BU. He was dressed as one of four fourth-line forwards. “We were kind of doing a little systems review, but he’s a smart hockey player,” Scott Pellerin said. “He made a good adjustment.” He was wearing No. 9, which Sean Wiles had over […] [Read More]

Same as it was (edit: until it’s not)

Edit: Today’s ECHL transactions have Sean Wiles loaned from Vegas to Bridgeport. Presumably a PTO to come when he arrives. Edit2: Another forward: As the Bangor Daily News reported tonight, Maine’s Joey Diamond is expected in town tomorrow to sign an amateur tryout. From Long Beach on the Island. Here’s a story from earlier in […] [Read More]