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Newtown to National team: Monday notes

“Where’s my spy camera?” Patience. Newtown’s Melissa Samoskevich was chosen for the U-22 select national team that’ll face Canada later this month. Former future Sound Tigers defenseman Robbie Russo

A few notes (Vaughan to CHI, Krys to BU)/couple of stories

–Scooter Vaughan to the Chicago Wolves. –Ridgefield’s Chad Krys says he’s going to Boston University. –Larry Brooks says the Rangers won’t be bidding on Robbie Russo, who comes off the Islanders’

Wednesday bits Thursday

A few quick links after the Atlantic League all-star game (thanks for tolerating me on Twitter): Bobby Robins has decided to retire, though he tells Mark Divver he’s feeling back-to-normal after his
Categories: Rampant nostalgia

Hockey, Day (KC1): A visit to an Island

Called up the blog template on this computer for the first time since the last day of the year. Deleted out all the templates for penalty minutes, top-scoring defensemen, Alan Quine with the most

Reinhart to the Oilers: Friday notes

The Islanders dealt their way into the first round Friday night, sending Griffin Reinhart to Edmonton for two draft picks, Nos. 16 and 33. They used 16 to take centerman Mathew Barzal, and 33 will be

Yet another for the one you believe: Hawks win the Cup

Three championships in six years… You know, maybe it gets a little old… @fornabaioctp never!!!— Chris Elsberry (@elsctpost) June 16, 2015 Antoine Vermette was always huge for those

Adieu, Colisee / Comets lead: Sunday notes

Islanders draft pick Michael Dal Colle and the Oshawa Generals are Memorial Cup champions after a 2-1 overtime win over the Kelowna Rockets. Dal Colle had five points in four games at the tournament.

Hartford moves on: Friday notes

The East Division over the past decade had provided the AHL with Calder Cups for Norfolk and Binghamton and Philadelphia and, of course Hershey; with finals appearances for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and

Manch moves on/Great shot, kid: USA wins, Tuesday notes

The only AHL game tonight featured Bridgeport’s once and future division rival Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s season finale. Manchester scored two first-period goals (Sean Backman had an assist) and

Multiple overtimes: Thursday notes

Like an hour and a half after Game 1 needed three overtimes, Game 2 was decided in about 45 minutes: Manchester got three points apiece from Jordan Weal, Brian O’Neill and Michael Mersch, and the