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Every second counts: Springfield postgame

Last night’s even-strength unblocked shot attempts in the second period, by my silly “scribble plusses and minuses” method: 17-9 in Providence’s favor. Today’s for Springfield: somewhat ridiculous

Clean start: Providence postgame

Things sometimes don’t look quite right in first games. And looking back to last year’s, you could probably reiterate that first paragraph. Actually, most of the second paragraph, too. “I think

Experience counts: Hartford postgame (exh.)

I wouldn’t call you old, I told Kane Lafranchise, but as a veteran guy compared to this group… He smiled. “You could call me old. Maybe not in the American-League sense, but me being an older guy, a

Facing elimination (update: Eliminated): Toronto Game 3 liveblog

Bridgeport, as you may have gathered from all those posts about playoff futility this week, is 2-7 all-time when facing elimination. (Well, two posts, I guess. It feels like more because my punk

On the brink: Toronto postgame 2

Hey, there’s like a 6 percent chance this happens. Figure on any given Sunday the Sound Tigers have about a 40 percent chance against the Marlies, and cube it, and won’t Section 105 look silly for

What might’ve been: Toronto Game 1 postgame

You thought about it for a minute, right? Sometime in the first 24 minutes, or probably most specifically the 12th through the 24th, you wondered what this series might look like if Bridgeport could

Tough start, and turning pages: Providence postgame

Game 76. A little bit conceivably on the line, though honestly, Toronto, Albany, take your pick: It’s a tall task one way or the other, and Portland’s win ultimately meant it was one of those two.

Games for seeding: Albany liveblog

Bridgeport is actually in the playoffs. Two games left to figure out where they finish. Hey, let’s do this one more time. One of those 5 p.m. starts in Albany. We’ll be listening to Paul

Fateful Friday (update: clinch): Portland liveblog

The Sound Tigers and Islanders both made the playoffs in each of Bridgeport’s first three seasons, 2002-04. It has never happened since. That could change tonight with two points. We’ll be listening

So the graduations hang on the wall: Lehigh Valley liveblog

Not-live from the site of the 2017 AHL All-Star Game (should be a nice spot)… It’s the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (minus their top two centermen, with Bracken Kearns and Alan Quine called up) and the