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Scoring without winning: Providence postgame

There was that long stretch where they didn’t win without scoring three. Today is only the second time this season (Oct. 24 in St. John’s) when they scored four but lost. “I liked the way the forwards
Categories: 'Round the League , Burroughs , Gomes , NWHL , Postgame

Graham in, Vaive out: Providence pregame

With Scott Mayfield up and Matt Carkner suspended, it’ll indeed be Jesse Graham jumping back in for the Sound Tigers, right into the spot where Mayfield would’ve been alongside Patrick Cullity. Is he
Categories: Pregame, Providence

Gritty, gutty: Providence postgame

First word out of Brent Thompson’s mouth was ‘gutsy’. Not bad. Particularly late, it was plenty of Pelech-Mayfield against Alexander Khokhlachev as usual. It was also lots of Florek-Holmstrom-Halmo.

Nighthawks-Bruins?: Providence pregame

Islanders place G Halak on injured reserve, recall G Gibson from AHL New Haven https://t.co/amc0F4nQg5— NHL Updates (@NHL_Updates) December 27, 2015 Can’t believe they didn’t take Rollie

First periods have to last: Providence postgame

What a first period. Dominant. “We were all over them,” James Wright said. “I thought everyone was playing well. We were getting chances.” “They (the Sound Tigers) stuck to the game plan,” Brent
Categories: Alumni watch , Gibson , Graham , Petrov , Postgame

Petrov returns… : Providence pregame

Kirill Petrov plays his first game tonight since he broke his foot Nov. 4. How many more will he play here? We’ll see: Arthur Staple reports that Petrov is considering a return home. For tonight, he’s

It’s just a start: Providence postgame

Well. The easiest thing to do is the overview: At 11-4, the best 15-game start in team history, even accounting for shootouts: All three previous Bridgeport teams that had 10 wins through 14 games

Far to the right: Providence pregame

Happy Veterans Day. And thanks, vets. A couple of tweaks to Bridgeport’s lineup, which does indeed include five right-handed defensemen. Matt Carkner and Jesse Graham have been the two who’ve played

Getting (still) better: Providence postgame

About as strict a matchup as we’ve seen, especially this early in a season, in a while: Pelech-Mayfield against Khokhlachev, Frank Vatrano and Zack Phillips. They combined for nine shots, six of them

A change or two: Providence pregame

Carter Verhaeghe indeed makes his Bridgeport debut in place of James Wright; not positive if that’s just rest or if something’s up off last night. Matt Carkner also gets back in, from appearances for