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On the road, in the air: Wednesday notes

As we’re told, everybody but the long-term injured guys (Whitney, Rowe, Vaive) was expected to make the trip. They’re supposed to be practicing this afternoon; see if anything sounds different. The

Solving for x: Springfield postgame

I don’t mind doing the math, though it always gets tricky in Base 60. Had plenty to do in the second intermission. Going into the third period, Niklas Treutle had gone 207:11 without allowing

Shut down: Providence (2) postgame

The last team to hold Frankie Vatrano without a point was Montreal, Jan. 19. The last team Stephon Williams beat was Wichita, Jan. 29. So naturally this is a clean win for Bridgeport tonight. Stalwart

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.

6D evidently overrated: Albany Postgame

Fairly sure Griffin Reinhart played more tonight than in his last two NHL games combined. For the second time in three games, a defenseman was missing most of the night (see the pregame post for Aaron

Replay, scoreboard

There’s one crazy moment in the middle — darn, almost right in the middle — of regulation to talk about, but the other crazy moments are mostly saves. Tyler Beskorowany made a ton of them. Shake

Albany liveblog, last-day-of-January edition

These two teams have already met once in Albany on the last day of a month. It did not go well. No, I meant for either of them. (Only slightly less-worse for one.) No Albany as usual for us, so we’ll

Portland liveblog

We’re following along from afar again and living vicariously through every mention of coffee. We’ll listen to Jeff Mannix (audio / video) and follow Chris Roy, Jeff, the Pirates and as always Corey on

Adirondack liveblog

Sitting back in Connecticut, so we’ll be listening to Bob Rotruck and following Corey and Diana C. Nearhos on the Twitter. Diana had a neat note this morning about Jon Sim and Terry Murray. Kenny


It’s over. After 10 starts and 11 decisions without a victory, Kenny Reiter finally has a win. “He’s a huge competitor. He keeps us in games,” Scott Pellerin said. “I’m very happy he got his first